Formula 1 is at the Hungaroring this weekend where Red Bull are intent on keeping their winning streak alive as they look to break McLaren’s 35-year record of 11 in a row.
With 10 out of 10 for this season, and 11 in a row counting back to Abu Dhabi 2022, Red Bull could bag yet another Formula 1 record this weekend at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Armed with an upgraded packed said to be worth “two-tenths of a second” per lap, the championship leaders are intent on putting their rivals back in their places with the likes of McLaren and Mercedes have closed the gap in recent weeks.
But while Max Verstappen chases number seven, in succession that is, the big questions are can Sergio Perez eradicate his qualifying woes, who will be Red Bull’s nearest challenger and can Daniel Ricciardo make a points-scoring return to the Formula 1 grid.
All this and more to be answered come Sunday.
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On Friday, the 20 drivers will have the traditional two separate hour-long practice sessions before Saturday’s final hour of practice ahead of qualifying at 2pm GMT.
The 70-lap grand prix on Sunday kicks off at 2pm GMT.