Hungarian Grand Prix 2021

Hungarian Grand Prix schedule 2021

The 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix is the eleventh round of the Formula One season and the title of “main battle is coming.” The last battle between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen ended with a crash into the wall for the Red Bull driver. For now, both teams have learned the lesson from Silverstone and will drive even more tricky. In addition, Hungaroring racetrack won’t encourage them maneuvers.

Hungarian Grand Prix Racing 2021 Schedule (local time)

Thursday 29th JULY
Formula 1Press Conference12:30 – 16:00
FRIDAY 30th JULY
FIA Formula 3Practice Session10:05 – 10:50
Formula 1First Practice Session11:30 – 12:30
W SeriesPractice Session12:55 – 13:25
Formula 1Press Conference13:00 – 14:00
FIA Formula 3Qualifying Session13:50 – 14:20
Formula 1Second Practice Session15:00 – 16:00
FIA Formula 3Press Conference16:05 – 16:35
W SeriesQualifying Session16:30 – 17:00
Porsche Mobil 1 SupercupPractice Session17:25 – 18:10
SATURDAY 31st JULY
Formula 1Team Pit Stop Practice09:20 – 09:40
FIA Formula 3First Race (22 Laps or 40 Mins)10:35 – 11:20
FIA Formula 3Press Conference11:40 – 12:00
Formula 1Third Practice Session12:00 – 13:00
Porsche Mobil 1 SupercupQualifying Session13:55 – 14:25
Formula 1Qualifying Session15:00 – 16:00
Formula 1Press Conference16:00 – 17:00
W SeriesRace (30 Mins +1 Lap)16:30 – 17:10
FIA Formula 3Second Race (22 Laps or 40 Mins)17:55 – 18:40
FIA Formula 3Press Conference19:00 – 19:30
SUNDAY 1st AUGUST
FIA Formula 3Third Race (22 Laps or 40 Mins)10:45 – 11:30
FIA Formula 3Press Conference11:50 – 12:20
Porsche Mobil 1 SupercupRace (15 Laps or 30 Mins)12:10 – 12:45
Formula 1Drivers’ Parade13:20 – 13:50
Formula 1‘We Race As One’ Gesture14:43 – 14:44
Formula 1National Anthem14:44 – 14:46
Formula 1Grand Prix (70 Laps or 120 Mins)15:00 – 17:00

* Please note that this timetable is subject to amendments, local time noted

Hungaroring race track
Hungaroring race track

Destination: Hungaroring

Hungarian Grand Prix 2021 takes place over 70 laps of the 4.381-kilometre/ The lack of straights at the Hungaroring is often compared to a karting track – and not for nothing! As several corners have to be lined up, the teams in Monaco opt for downforce, with a well-tuned chassis tending to be rewarded with horsepower given the short straights.

Sebastian Vettel assures here is difficult to overtake, which will significantly increase the importance of qualifying. While the optimal tire use strategy will be crucial in the race. Whether he is right or wrong, we will know at this race weekend.


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