F1 HUNGARY GP. On the famous Hungaroring circuit in Budapest, F1 is back and the duel between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton is particularly awaited after the collision at Silverstone. TV program, qualifications, info

[Updated July 30, 2021 at 10:30 a.m.] A Grand Prix that promises to be electric! Two weeks after the clash between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton and the lively controversy and tension between the two men, the sport should resume its rights on the Hungaroring circuit despite the claim of the Red Bull clan. Winner in his national grand prix, the Briton followed the Dutchman’s heels to the world championship with only 8 points behind. Behind, we will once again scrutinize the French with a Pierre Gasly who is still very consistent and who particularly likes this circuit and an Esteban Ocon who is back in the points at Silvertsone. Find all the info, dates, times and TV schedule for the Hungarian F1 Grand Prix below.

The 2020 Hungarian GP will take place this Sunday, August 1, 2021. Find the full schedule for the 2021 F1 Hungarian Grand Prix below:

Do not expect to see the Hungarian GP on a public television channel: this meeting will once again only be broadcast on the Canal group channels. As usual, Canal will broadcast the whole weekend, with free practice live from Friday July 30 and then qualifying on Saturday July 31 before the race on Sunday.

2021 Hungarian GP TV Schedule:

If this Hungarian GP is not broadcast on a free channel, it is of course possible to follow it live via the various legal streaming offers available to you. The private channel Canal, for example, allows its subscribers to open a free account on MyCanal, its online streaming platform. You can thus view free practice, qualifying and of course the F1 races live during the F1 Grands Prix, such as this Hungarian F1 GP. All with commentary from the Canal channel. Another solution for Formula 1 enthusiasts is to follow the race live on the official F1 website. F1.com does indeed offer a service called F1 TV Direct. This on-demand streaming service allows you to view many videos, as well as F1 tests and races live. The most experienced enthusiasts will also find additional information such as live timing or statistics. Note that new camera angles are available, as well as on-board cameras to experience the race of your favorite driver, as if you were with him in his single-seater! It is possible to subscribe on a monthly or annual basis with a cheaper pass this year due to the reduced calendar of F1. With this subscription to F1 TV Direct, you will enjoy the following content:

The Hungarian F1 Grand Prix takes place at the Hungaroring circuit, located near Budapest, capital of Hungary. 4.381 kilometers long, it has hosted the Grand Prix since 1986. The Hungarian GP was won by Lewis Hamilton in 2018 and 2019. The British driver is the one with the most victories in this Hungarian GP: he won it 7 times in total, his 7th victory last year having been won by forceps thanks to a daring strategy which allowed him to overtake Max Verstappen with three laps to go. Overall, if the tortuous Magyar circuit offers few opportunities for overtaking, it is appreciated by drivers for its technical side and has offered some great challenges in the past. These include Damon Hill’s performance in 1997 on his modest Arrows which almost won before being betrayed by its mechanics and overtaken by his ex-teammate at Williams and future world champion Jacques Villeneuve, but also the first victories in F1 Fernando Alonso in 2003 with Renault and Jenson Button in the rain in 2006 with Honda. The Briton, who will be crowned world champion in 2009 with Brawn, had taken 113 starts in F1 so far without managing to win.