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Inside Grand Prix: Hungary 2010

Inside Grand Prix previews the Hungarian Grand Prix
Welcome to the latest instalment of the exciting Inside Grand Prix initiative – the programme that provides all the insider knowledge, gossip and news from the F1 2010 World Championship, this time from Budapest ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Now in its tenth year, this successful magazine show will put you, the viewer, in pole position ahead of every grand prix, courtesy of a comprehensive preview of each race that makes full use of unique access to drivers and teams to bring fans exclusive interviews and stories that would otherwise go unseen.

A 30-minute Inside Grand Prix show will be available to watch right here on Crash.net in the build-up to every grand prix of the 19-race 2010 campaign, courtesy of our friends at www.rtv-live.de.

To put yourself in the picture and watch the pre-Hungarian Grand Prix installment, simply click on the following links:

Hungaroring 2010 Part I

Hungaroring 2010 Part II



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RaceFan - Unregistered

July 29, 2010 3:55 PM

Someone said there is due to be a race here. Really? HaHa. I never thought I would hear the words 'F1' and 'race' being used in a sentence and the word 'oxymoron' being used at the end of it. "Oi, Ferrari, I demand you tell Massa to let me past!" "Yes Fernando, will do, right away sir." "Ah, bueno y gracias. The sweet taste of a comprehensive victory...!"



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