F1 kickstarts its final back-to-back race event before the summer hiatus at the Hungaroring, the venue for the 11th circuit of the 2023 season. Red Bull maintains an unbroken winning streak this year.
Max Verstappen has secured an impressive six wins in a row, and eight for the season so far, which has allowed him to extend his F1 world championship lead to a whopping 99 points, leaving his teammate Sergio Perez trailing behind.
The leader of Friday’s round was none other than Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, with Red Bull notably missing from the top 10. The day was marked by an absence of dry laps, making it a challenging one.
The action on Saturday is scheduled to begin at 11:30am BST with the third free practice (FP3), followed by the qualifying round at 3pm BST.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Hungarian GP F1 Practice
Where is the final double-header before the summer break taking place?
The final double-header before the summer break is taking place at the Hungaroring.
Who currently leads the F1 world championship as of the 11th round of the 2023 season?
Max Verstappen currently leads the F1 world championship as of the 11th round of the 2023 season, with a lead of 99 points over his teammate Sergio Perez.
How many consecutive wins does Max Verstappen have currently?
Max Verstappen currently has six consecutive wins.
Who has replaced Nyck de Vries at AlphaTauri for the rest of the season?
Daniel Ricciardo has replaced Nyck de Vries at AlphaTauri for the rest of the season.
Who topped the Friday’s running?
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc topped the Friday’s running.
What time does the action begin on Saturday?
The action on Saturday begins at 11:30am BST with the third free practice (FP3), followed by the qualifying round at 3pm BST.