With the summer break looming, there is no better place than to enjoy a 'school's out' moment than at the Hungaroring, which is located just 20km from the stunning city of Budapest.
Uninterrupted host of the Hungarian Grand Prix since its construction in 1986, the Hungaroring has divided opinions over the years with its slow, tight and arduous layout, though it is considered a favourite of Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso, both of which have won here.
The only race to be held behind the erstwhile 'Iron Curtain', the Hungarian Grand Prix is considered a home race for many, with an influx of fans coming from Poland, Finland, Austria and the Czech Republic especially.
Once more, we have compiled an infographic for you to enjoy and share, displaying the characteristics and the memorable moments for this challenging circuit.
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