Tue, 28 Sep 2021

Since 1986, the Hungaroring race has been a fixture on the F1 calendar. It is present in every season. Due to the pandemic worldwide, the race last season was different than others. It took place earlier than normal - round three - without any crowds. Lewis Hamilton won the record-breaking eighth time, and it was not something that was out of the ordinary. The Mercedes man will try to become the ninth driver to reach 100 F1 career wins in front of packed grandstands. He also wants to surpass Max Verstappen and take the Driver's Championship lead.

Fans can watch the event for free.

F1 Live Stream Hungarian Grand Prix overview:

Who? Formula 1

When Sunday, August 1, 2021

Time : 9 a.m. ET

Where? Hungaroring


Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.

Live Stream: Watch Here

Where will the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix be held?

Since 1986, the Hungaroring has hosted Formula 1 races. The Hungaroring is not going anywhere soon, as a new contract was signed last year. This will ensure that a round takes place every year until 2027.

A street circuit race was always desired by the nation. The track is very tight and twisty, which makes it very difficult to overtake. It is difficult to overtake there, which has led to the track being called "Monaco with no barriers."

Hamilton and Verstappen are both fans of the slower, technical layout. However, others find it lacking in speed and excitement.

Hamilton holds the lap record for 2020 with a 1:16.627 lap. Hamilton also set the fastest lap in qualifying that year, with a 1:13.447

Watch Here: F1 Live Stream

Where can I see the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest?

Sky Sports F1 will broadcast the entire race weekend in the UK on pay-TV. The live streaming of the coverage can be accessed via Now TV. Highlights of the race will be broadcast by Channel 4, a free-to-air broadcaster.

F1 TV Pro subscribers can view all live action from Budapest. Check to verify if F1 TV Pro has been installed in your country.

Subscribers can listen to radio commentary and get live data during every session on F1's app.

PlanetF1 will provide live timing and expert commentary for every race session, starting Friday morning with FP1 and ending Sunday afternoon with the race.

These outlets will broadcast the Hungarian Grand Prix live to TV in key markets:

United States: ESPN

Canada: RDS (French), TSN (English)

Australia - Fox Sports

France: Canal+

Italy: Sky Sport F1

Germany: Sky Sport F1

Spain DAZN

Netherlands: Ziggo Sport

Brazil: Band

Japan DAZN

What are the odds of winning the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest?

Here are the leading odds from Planet Sport Bet:

4/7 Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

9/4 Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

10/1 Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)

33/1 Sergio Perez (Red Bull)

66/1 Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)

(Last update Saturday, July 31).

What is the starting grid of the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest?

1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes

2 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes

3 Max Verstappen Red Bull

4 Sergio Perez Red Bull

5 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri

6 Lando Norris McLaren

7 Charles Leclerc Ferrari

8 Esteban Ocon Alpine

9 Fernando Alonso Alpine

10 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin

11 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren

12 Lance Stroll Aston Martin

13 Kimi Raikkonen Alfa Romeo Racing

14 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing

15 Carlos Sainz Ferrari

16 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri

17 George Russell Williams

18 Nicholas Latifi Williams

19 Nikita Mazepin Haas

20 Mick Schumacher Haas

What forecast is there for the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest?

Friday, July 30, 2015 - 25c. Sunny

Saturday, July 31st - Cloudy

Sunday, August 1, 0 - 23 c, cloudy

Directions to the Hungarian Grand Prix

It is easily accessible for passengers arriving by plane as it is close to Budapest's International Ferihegy Airport. You can either hire a car to drive the track, or take public transport. You can fly to Vienna, then take a bus or train to Budapest.

You can reach the circuit by car from Budapest by driving north on the E71/M3 toward Miskok.

There are four stations for those who take the train to the country. However, most international trains will arrive at Keleti station on the M3 metro line.

The Grand Prix commute from Budapest to Budapest is now very easy thanks to shuttle buses connecting metro stations and local trains to the circuit.

What drivers won the Hungarian Grand Prix in Hungary?

Hamilton has had more success at the circuit than any other driver, winning eight out of 14 F1 races.

Michael Schumacher is the man with the most victories. He has won on four occasions. He won his fourth World Championship in 2001 with the third victory.

Ayrton Senna is the only driver who has won in Hungary twice more than once. He did it in 1988, 1991, and 1992. He could have won more, but he missed out on 1990 and 1989.

Nelson Piquet and Damon Hill, Jenson button, Sebastian Vettel, Mika Hkkinen, Jenson Button and Jacques Villeneuve all won the race twice.

These are the 10 Hungarian Grand Prix winners:

2020: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain and Mercedes)

2019: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain and Mercedes)

2018: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain and Mercedes)

2017: Sebastian Vettel (Germany, Ferrari)

2016: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain and Mercedes)

2015: Sebastian Vettel (Germany, Ferrari)

2014: Daniel Ricciardo (Australia, Red Bull)

2013: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain and Mercedes)

2012: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain McLaren)

2011: Jenson button (Great Britain, McLaren).

Which is the most recent F1 Championship standings

Drivers' Championship

Max Verstappen - 185 points

Lewis Hamilton - 177 Points

Lando Norris - 113 points

Valtteri Bottas - 108 points

Sergio Perez - 104 points

Constructors' Championship

Red Bull - 289 Points

Mercedes - 285 Points

McLaren - 163 points

Ferrari - 148 points

Full F1 championship standings are here

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