F1 » Vettel: Don't underestimate the Hungaroring!


Sebastian Vettel: There are a lot of opportunities to make mistakes in Hungary. It can be very hot and that means the track can be very demanding physically.

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SpadeBlade - Unregistered

July 25, 2012 4:10 PM

Maintaining it's tradition of calling 'A spade a blade', crash dot net has just taken a kitty out of the bag and selling it as a Tiger.

For F1's sake, all the guy's saying is that DESPITE the hungaroring being the slowest, drivers ALREADY know not to take it lightly!

And, if this comment does not get moderated, that would be the least remorse shown!

Eltolete - Unregistered

July 25, 2012 6:07 PM

Yes, and dont underestimate what the RB8 will do without the engine mapping jejejejeje.. I will like to know how many tents per lap they will lose with this rule changed. The RB8 was always faster than all the others in slow corners.

AndyC - Unregistered

July 25, 2012 7:48 PM

The Hungaroring one of the few circuits that is better now than when it was built. Longer start/finish straight, the chicane after turn 2 removed and the modifications near the end of the lap make it less fiddly. It's also had some very good races over the years. It's no Monza or Spa, but it has got better.

Neutral Racer - Unregistered

July 26, 2012 6:01 AM

The track itself is not bad, and from what I've read, the drivers enjoy the challenge. It's a shame the characteristics of the circuit coupled with aero-dependancy make for processional racing.

Last year was a good race on mixed conditions, and the weather forecast is for mixed conditions over this weekend. Here's hoping for a mixed-up grid and entertaining race.

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