Formula 1 in Hungary: how to watch the race live on TV – MOTORSPORT AND FORMULA 1

Let’s proceed in Formula 1!

After final weekend’s French Grand Prix, this weekend we head to the Hungaroring in Hungary. You can watch free follow periods, qualifiers and the Grand Prix (Sunday, July 31, 3:00 p.m.). Live on TV on Sky (Advertisement). SPORT BILD brings you all the vital details about the Hungarian Grand Prix.

This is the beginning line-up

This is the schedule

day + time occasions the consequence
Friday, 07/29 – 2 p.m 1. Free train Fastest lap: Carlos Sainz
1:18.750 (Ferrari)
Friday, 07/29 – 5 p.m 2. Free train Fastest lap: Charles Leclerc
1:18.445 (Ferrari)
Saturday, 07/30 – 13:00 3. Free train Fastest lap: Nicholas Latifi
1:41.480 (Williams)
Saturday, 07/30 – 16.00 qualification Police: George Russell (Mercedes)
Sunday, 07/31 – 15.00 Hungarian Grand Prix

You will see the weekend in Hungary on TV

You can watch all the motion of the weekend in Hungary live on Sky Pay TV (commercial). With Sky Go or WOW (previously Sky Ticket) you possibly can watch free follow periods, qualifying and the Hungarian Grand Prix live.

This is the route

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The Hungaroring is also called the “flat plate”. This is the nickname of the race monitor, which is barely about 20 kilometers from the heart of Budapest. The purpose: The monitor is somewhat decrease in the valley, whereas the viewers sits somewhat larger on the edge. This implies that 80 p.c of the course might be seen from the stands.

Due to its geographical location (38 meters above sea degree), the Grand Prix is ​​not a giant problem for engineers. But for the drivers! At 4381 meters, 14 curves are significantly vital. If the pilots are too aggressive, they may lose the automobile.

In the first nook, with lower than 80 meters to go on the brakes, drivers decelerate and shift into second gear to hit the apex. Fourth, it is best to keep away from the curb to keep away from hitting the automobile and get the finest traction on the asphalt.

When exiting the corners, it drops to about ten centimeters. The slim concrete strip close to the roadsides has the most visitors. This is particularly vital in qualification. The hardest to beat is after the fourth spherical. Pilots fly blind by means of a slight peak in the nook.

This is monitor knowledge

  • Start time: 15:00 CEST (15:00 native time)
  • Qualifying: 16:00 CEST (16:00 native time)
  • Route size: 4,381 km
  • Race distance (70 laps): 306,630 km
  • Fastest Run Lap: 1:16.627 (2020)
  • Fastest lap: 1:13.447 (2020)
  • Number of pole wins: 16
  • Maximum velocity: 336 km/h
  • Average velocity: 190 km/h
  • Safety automobile likelihood: 18%
  • Distance to the first nook: 610 m
  • Maximum g-power: 4.6 g
  • Curves above 250 km/h: 0
  • Curves under 100 km/h: 3
  • Gear modifications per revolution: 48
  • Full Throttle Ratio: 59%

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