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Hungarian F1 Grand Prix: Race results

Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo takes his second F1 win after a thrilling race in Hungary.
Full Hungarian Grand Prix report HERE


1. Daniel Ricciardo Australia Red Bull-Renault 70 laps 1hr 53m 05.058s
2. Fernando Alonso Spain Ferrari-Ferrari +00m 05.2s
3. Lewis Hamilton Britain Mercedes-Mercedes +00m 05.8s
4. Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes-Mercedes +00m 06.3s
5. Felipe Massa Brazil Williams-Mercedes +00m 29.8s
6. Kimi Raikkonen Finland Ferrari-Ferrari +00m 31.4s
7. Sebastian Vettel Germany Red Bull-Renault +00m 40.9s
8. Valtteri Bottas Finland Williams-Mercedes +00m 41.3s
9. Jean-Eric Vergne France Toro Rosso-Renault +00m 58.5s
10. Jenson Button Britain McLaren-Mercedes +01m 07.2s

11. Adrian Sutil Germany Sauber-Ferrari +01m 08.1s
12. Kevin Magnussen Denmark McLaren-Mercedes +01m 18.4s
13. Pastor Maldonado Venezuela Lotus-Renault +01m 24.0s
14. Daniil Kvyat Russia Toro Rosso-Renault +1 lap
15. Jules Bianchi France Marussia-Ferrari +1 lap
16. Max Chilton Britain Marussia-Ferrari +1 lap

Rtd Esteban Gutierrez Mexico Sauber-Ferrari 32 laps completed
Rtd Kamui Kobayashi Japan Caterham-Renault 24 laps completed
Rtd Sergio Perez Mexico Force India-Mercedes 22 laps completed
Rtd Nico Hulkenberg Germany Force India-Mercedes 14 laps completed
Rtd Romain Grosjean France Lotus-Renault 10 laps completed
Rtd Marcus Ericsson Sweden Caterham-Renault 7 laps completed



Fastest lap:

Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes-Mercedes 1m 25.724s lap 64

all results unofficial



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StevoG

July 27, 2014 5:59 PM

here4thesun2: did you miss how the safety car had ricci leap frog vettel? easy to congratulate Dan. yet hard to ignore that there were two different sets of results based on where the safety picks up the lead driver.
No he didn't and come on Dani was superb and really showed that if his Renault would be on par he would be knocking off NR and LH every race. But SC is part of the F1 you get breaks with it but then again, is it not true that every GP when the Mercs just take off and because of their superior speed they are always 1st & 2nd and the races are boring boring boring, it's about time that we had a bit excitement whoever wins except Nico and Lewis procession s its known in 2014. Great race and it's even greater that the Mercs didn't win because it's so much better and more exciting to see superior drivers like Alonso and Ricciardo fight it out on inferior cars instead of the winging, moaning LH and NR saga every race.



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