F1: race schedule and where to watch the Hungarian GP live

This Sunday the Hungarian Grand Prix will take place after what classification took place on Saturday and Red Bull driver Max Verstappen will try to continue to stretch his advantage.

This Sunday will be held Hungarian Grand Prixwhich will be the eleventh race of 2023 Formula 1 season and the Red Bull driver Max Verstappen will look for new success to keep moving away from Table of positions.

How is the classification of the Hungarian GP

Lewis Hamilton won qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix on Saturday, while Max Verstappen and Lando Norris will start behind him on Sunday in second and third positions, respectively.

It should be noted that Hamilton won the pole position from Verstappen in the last second of the third classification by a difference of three thousandths. Meanwhile, Lando Norris was in tenth place. In any case, the Dutch Red Bull driver cannot be the fastest in any stage of qualification or in practice.

Starting grid for the F1 Hungarian Grand Prix

  1. Lewis hamilton
  2. Max Verstappen
  3. Lando Norris
  4. Oscar Piastri
  5. guanyu zhou
  6. charles leclerc
  7. Valtteri Bottas
  8. Fernando Alonso
  9. Sergio Perez
  10. Nico Hulkenberg
  11. Carlos Sainz
  12. Esteban Ocon
  13. Daniele Ricciardo
  14. Lance Strolling
  15. Pierre Gasley
  16. alexander albon
  17. Yuki Tsunoda
  18. George Russell
  19. Kevin Magnussen
  20. logan sergeant
Lewis hamilton

What time is the Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix race

  • Argentina:10
  • Brazil:10
  • Uruguay:10
  • Paraguayan:10
  • chilli:10
  • Bolivian:09
  • Venezuela:09
  • Peru:08
  • Ecuador:08
  • Colombia:08
  • Mexico:08

F1 LIVE: where to watch the Hungarian GP on TV and online

the race of Hungarian GP can be seen live via Fox Sports:

  • channels 25 (SD) and 106 (HD) by Cablevisión Digital, HD and Flow
  • channels 105 (SD) and 1605 (HD) from DirectTV
  • channels 101 (SD) and 1013 (HD) Telecentre

Also, it will be released on Star+, the streaming service offered by ESPN. There are two easy ways to hire a service to watch Formula 1. In the first place, at a cost of 1,749 pesos per month and, the other option, is to get it annually in exchange for $17,490.

In turn, you can also access F1TV, the service offered by F1 and costs around US$6.99 per month. Alternatively, as always, you’ll be able to follow every minute on the TyCSports.com website.

How about the Hungaroring, Formula 1’s Hungarian GP circuit

The Hungaroring is a circuit inaugurated in 1986 that since the same year hosts Formula 1. It is located in Mogyoród, a small county outside Budapest. This is a rarely used circuit that usually has a large amount of dust.

For this reason, overtaking is rare and the position of the drivers in the classification will be important for the future of the race. Besides, the teams’ strategies regarding pit stops will also play a major role in this Grand Prix.

The current route has 4,381 meters. In total there were 14 curves and during the race 70 laps were made, completing a total of 306.630 kilometers.


Picture: ANP via Getty Images.

Source: Tycsports

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