August 27, 2012

2012 F1 Hungarian Grand Prix Review

Lotus drivers flank 2012 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix winner on July 29, 2012.
Photo from via All My Friends Travel.

The last of three races in one month before the August break, the 2012 Hungarian Grand Prix was held on July 29, 2012. For the eleventh event of this season, Formula One drivers and their crews worked Hungaroring Circuit in Mogyoród, Hungary, near Budapest.

After being the only retiree in Germany the previous week, McLaren-Mercedes team's Lewis Hamilton (England) finished first. The two drivers earning podium spots behind Hamilton were Kimi_Räikkönen (Finland), and then Romain Grosjean (France), both of Lotus-Renault.

Below are links from writers' posts and video reviews.

Race - Hamilton soaks up Lotus pressure for Hungary win
Posted at on July 29, 2012

It may have been a slow-burning affair, but Sunday's Hungarian race didn’t lack drama with Mclaren’s Lewis Hamilton expertly resisting pressure throughout from the Lotuses of Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean to win from the front...

Hungary analysis - Hamilton back in the title hunt
Posted at on July 30, 2012

After being shrouded by the changeable conditions of Hockenheim, McLaren’s updated MP4-27 finally got to stretch its legs in Hungary on Sunday as Lewis Hamilton secured his second win of the season. Dominant throughout the weekend, not even the swift Lotuses of Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean could halt Hamilton’s charge and the Briton left Budapest with his - and McLaren’s - title challenge well and truly revitalised. As the paddock heads off for a four-week summer break, we take a team-by-team look at the race...

F1: Bob Varsha, David Hobbs and Steve Matchett take a look at the results from Hungary. Lewis Hamilton leads from pole position and takes his second win of the year.

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