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Pierre Gasly admitted he was shocked to see himself qualify ahead of both McLaren and Ferrari cars, but he was clearly pleased with his afternoon’s work.
Valtteri Bottas expressed his disappointment in the boos aimed towards Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Hungary.
George Russell thought the Hungaroring would be Williams’ strongest track of the season, but instead he suffered Q1 elimination.
Lewis Hamilton’s race for a ninth Hungarian GP victory will start from pole position, the champion outpacing Valtteri Bottas in qualifying.
Lewis Hamilton said he “doesn’t need to play tactics” to get ahead after accusations of holding up the Red Bull drivers ahead of their final qualifying runs.
Lewis Hamilton said the booing he received after qualifying in Hungary will only serve to “fuel” him for the race on Sunday.
Christian Horner says Red Bull had always planned on running Alex Albon at Silverstone after the British GP.
Fernando Alonso said Alpine were unsure how well they would fare in Hungary, so getting both cars into Q3 was a good result.
Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll both thought a higher grid slot was possible for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz’s Saturday came to a premature and disappointing end after crashing out of qualifying at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Alfa Romeo and Antonio Giovinazzi had a busy FP3 in Hungary for all the wrong reasons, and neither have not gotten away with it.
Nikita Mazepin has rubbished rumours that Haas are considering splitting up their driver line up amidst growing tensions.