Where do you see it live and flowing, Hamilton is at the pole

Where do you see it live and flowing, Hamilton is at the pole








Formula 1 is back today with the Hungarian GP of the Formula 1 World Championship. After Verstappen’s victory at Silverstone, Ferrari’s Leclerc and Senz’s Hungary, will try to conquer the podium but start from the back. Departure time at 3pm, Live TV and Live broadcast on Sky, Free and unencrypted broadcast at the same time on TV8. Hamilton is on pole position on the grid, ahead of Verstappen and Norris after qualifying. On Fanpage.it live round by lap and news of the day.

Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix starting grid 2o23

  • Row 1: 1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes); 2. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
  • Row two: 3. Lando Norris (McLaren); 4 – Oscar Biastri (McLaren)
  • Third row: 5. Guanyu Zhou (Alfa Romeo); 6. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
  • Fourth row: 7. Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo); 8. Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin)
  • Fifth row: 9. Sergio Perez (Red Bull); 10 – Nico Hulkenberg (Haas)
  • Row 6: 11. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari); 12 – Esteban Ocon (Alpine)
  • 7th row: 13. Daniel Ricciardo (AlphaTauri); 14. Lance Stroll (Aston Martin)
  • 8th row: 15. Pierre Gasly (Alpine); 16 – Alexander Albon (Williams)
  • 9th row: 17. Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri); 18 – George Russell (Mercedes)
  • 10th row: 19. Kevin Magnussen (Haas); 20 – Logan Sargent (Williams)

Ferrari had to enter a comeback race: complicated qualifying for Leclerc and Sainz

Ferrari is not having a great season and came back from a disappointing Grand Prix at Silverstone. Hungary provided, and continues to offer, an opportunity for salvation. But Saturday wasn’t as positive for the Maranello team who finished sixth for Charles Leclerc and eleventh for Carlos Sainz, who will be called back today. If Monaco is still satisfied with the standings (despite a setback finish behind both McLaren and also Zoo Alfa Romeo), the same cannot be said for the Spaniard, who was sensationally eliminated in Q2 qualifying yesterday and will therefore start today from the sixth row of the starting grid. Indeed, for an exciting comeback attempt, Madrileñan will also have to contend with the Red Bull of Sergio Perez (who starts ninth) and the Aston Martin of Fernando Alonso (eighth), opponents who are not easy to overcome.

Hungaroring characteristics

Even today, the historic Hungaroring circuit located in the municipality of Mogyoród, 25 km from the capital Budapest, hosts the Formula 1 Hungarian GP. The course hosting today’s race is 4.3km long and very twisty, with the majority of right angles (8 vs. 6 left). This is one of the tracks that makes life very difficult for both drivers and cars. So it will be important to get the aerodynamic load right.

According to technicians from Brembo, the official supplier of braking systems to Formula 1, the most demanding corner to brake is the first after the finish line where the single seaters go from 317 km/h to 95 km/h in 2.7 seconds, covering just 120 metres.

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Last year, Max Verstappen won with Red Bull at Magyar Circuit, but the race lap record belongs to Lewis Hamilton who managed with Mercedes in 2020 in one of the 70 laps of the race to stop the clock at 1:16.627.

Changes to the regulations for today’s race: Riders will have fewer tires to use

In addition to yesterday’s qualifying in which the new format of Alternate Tire Allocation (ATA) was used for the weekend of the 2023 Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix, two other tire-related regulatory innovations were introduced that could affect today’s race. In fact, each driver in Budapest no longer had 13 sets of tires to cover the entire race weekend but only 11, meaning today he would find himself with two fewer sets of new tires to use in the race. The other novelty concerns the type of compounds Pirelli has chosen for today’s race that will be softer than those used in last year’s Hungaroring: C3 will be hard, C4 medium and C5 soft.

The starting grid for the F1 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix

This is the starting grid for today’s race for the 2023 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix at Circuit de Hungary in Budapest which will start at 3pm:

  • Row 1: 1. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes); 2. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
  • Row two: 3. Lando Norris (McLaren); 4 – Oscar Biastri (McLaren)
  • Third row: 5. Guanyu Zhou (Alfa Romeo); 6. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
  • Fourth row: 7. Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo); 8. Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin)
  • Fifth row: 9. Sergio Perez (Red Bull); 10 – Nico Hulkenberg (Haas)
  • Row 6: 11. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari); 12 – Esteban Ocon (Alpine)
  • 7th row: 13. Daniel Ricciardo (AlphaTauri); 14. Lance Stroll (Aston Martin)
  • 8th row: 15. Pierre Gasly (Alpine); 16 – Alexander Albon (Williams)
  • 9th row: 17. Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri); 18 – George Russell (Mercedes)
  • 10th row: 19. Kevin Magnussen (Haas); 20 – Logan Sargent (Williams)
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Formula 1, Hungarian Grand Prix today: TV8, Sky Times and where to see it on TV and live

The eleventh race of the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship is scheduled for today at the Hungarian Circuit in Budapest, and the start of the Hungarian Grand Prix is ​​scheduled for 15:00. Round 11 of the new F1 season is broadcast live on TV8 and Sky.

Formula 1 Hungarian GP starts at 15:00 today. This is when the drivers will start with their individual seats from the starting grid at the Magyaro circuit to face the 70 laps of the eleventh race of the 2023 World Championship. As for the TV times on TV8 and Sky, it will already be possible to follow the pre-race from 13:30.

Today’s Formula 1 race is being broadcast live by Sky. It is possible to watch the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sky Sport Summer (channel 201 of satellite decoding), Sky Sport F1 HD (channel 207), live on SkyGo and after subscribing to the ‘sport pass’, on NOW. Commentary is provided by Carlo Vanzini while technical commentary is provided to Matteo Poppi, Ivan Capelli and Marc Geni. Moreover, today’s F1 race in Budapest can also be watched live for free on TV8 (digital terrestrial channel 8) starting at 15:00.

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