In an impressive display of the team’s recent upgrades, the second row at the starting line-up is dominated by McLaren, with Lando Norris in third place and Oscar Piastri in fourth. Zhou Guanyu notched up his career-best qualifying result, coming in fifth.
Further down the grid, Sergio Perez is poised for an aggressive race from ninth place. Carlos Sainz and George Russell, starting from 11th and 18th respectively, are also set to rise up the ranks after a less-than-ideal qualifying session.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Hungarian GP F1 Live
Who starts from the pole position at the Hungarian GP?
Lewis Hamilton starts from a record-breaking ninth pole position at the Hungarian GP, having narrowly beaten Max Verstappen by just 0.003 seconds in the qualifying round on Saturday.
Which team dominates the second row in the Hungarian GP?
The second row at the Hungarian GP is dominated by the McLaren team with drivers Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri securing the third and fourth positions, respectively.
Who has recorded the best qualifying result of his F1 career in this race?
Zhou Guanyu has achieved his career-best qualifying result in this race, securing fifth place.
Which drivers are aiming to climb up the order after disappointing qualifying results?
Sergio Perez, starting from the ninth place, along with Carlos Sainz and George Russell, who start from 11th and 18th places respectively, are all aiming to move up the ranks after less than stellar qualifying results.
Who is making a return to F1 racing in the Hungarian GP?
Daniel Ricciardo makes his F1 race return at the Hungarian GP, starting in the 13th position for the AlphaTauri team. He is replacing Nyck de Vries for the remainder of the season starting this weekend.