Red Bull preview the Hungarian GP

Saturday 20th July 2013

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Red Bull preview the Hungarian GP

Red Bull preview the Hungarian GP

Mark Webber says the Hungarian circuit has been good to him over the years, while Sebastian Vettel is unsurprisingly targeting another victory.

For all the latest F1 odds on the Hungarian GP, round ten of the 2013 F1 Championship, visit Sky Bet.

Mark Webber

What's your favourite part of the track and why?

The favourite part of the circuit for me is after the top chicane, th left right, it's the middle sector basically, which is really rewarding It's quite nice to put a Formula One car on the limit through there because it's quite challenging for the driver.

What are your memories of your first ever race there?

My first ever race there was 1998 with the Mercedes sportscar, where we won the race. The Hungaroring has been a good circuit for me over the years and I have picked up a lot of points there, including my F1 win in 2010.

Sebastian Vettel

What are your feelings ahead of the next race in Hungary?

We had two exciting races where tyres played an important role. This will be our first race back on the 2012 tyres and we will see how they respond to the demands of the long corners and high track temperature.

What are your memories of your first ever race there?

Hungry has some interesting memories for me. It was my first F1 race with the Red Bull family; let's hope I can add to my memories by winning there for the first time before I go on holiday.

Gallery: Race Day In Hungary

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