F1 Hungary Grand Prix has witnessed some great races during Formula 1 history, the most memorable being Thierry Boutsen's win in 1990, when he surpassed Ayrton Senna by 0.3 seconds.
F1 Hungary Grand Prix is held on a narrow, twisty and often dusty track. The spectators often see processions of cars.
Hungary Grand Prix
|Circuit length||4.381 km (2.722 mi)|
|Race length||306.663 km (190.560 mi)|
|Most wins (drivers)||Michael Schumacher (4)|
|Most wins (constructors)||McLaren (8)|
This circuit is narrow, twisty and often dusty because of under-use. Processions of cars are often seen here, because of inability of cars to overtake. Pit strategy here is the key to success. The circuit was slightly modified in 2003 to allow more overtaking. However, the basic nature of the track is unaltered.
The current circuit has been built in a valley 19 kilometres outside Budapest. The valley provides natural vantage points for spectators. The track was opened for competitions in 1986 and held its first Formula One event in August same year.
- Michael Schumacher holds the record of most drivers wins (4)
- Ayrton Senna is second (3) among drivers titles holders
- McLaren (8) holds the record of most wins among constructors.
Drivers Having Multiple Wins
|Michael Schumacher||1994, 1998, 2001, 2004|
|Ayrton Senna||1988, 1991, 1992|
|Jackie Stewart||1986, 1987|
|Damon Hill||1993, 1995|
|Jacques Villeneuve||1996, 1997|
|Mika Häkkinen||1999, 2000|