F1 » Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungaroring - Friday free practice (1)

Red Bull Racing's Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber dominate opening practice for this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix and easily finish session 1-2.

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Lele - Unregistered

July 30, 2010 12:11 PM

Very much so, as the circuit itself doesn't really help in the way of overtaking.
Ofc having the RBs one second in front of everyone else is just a recipe for boredom...

sokudo - Unregistered

July 30, 2010 1:03 PM

anyone know what happened to hamilton? way down the times. looks to me like he either crashed or had a failure of some sort. also, race looking boring. 2 red bulls out in front. hopefully webber provides some excitement in challenging vettel and hopefully button closes the gap on lewis to keep the championship interesting

Alan D - Unregistered

July 30, 2010 1:28 PM

Soku, Hamilton didn't have any obvious problems, just didn't do much running. The Hungaroring doesn't get used much so it speeds up quite a lot over the course of FP1 as rubber goes down. It was also quite crowded (one of the shorter circuits) so there seemed to be a lot of drivers getting in each other's way. At the end of the session I believe they said Hamilton had been fuelled up for nine laps although he only had time to do four. He was on a reasonable (but not blazing) lap when Petrov spun and ended up sideways across the track and Hamilton was one of the cars which had to abandon the lap.

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