Who among the new generation of Formula 1 drivers might emulate Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton by using their status to promote important causes?
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Lewis Hamilton isn’t reconsidering his Formula 1 future in the wake of Sebastian Vettel’s decision to retire from the sport.
The final race before the summer break was a frantic one throughout the field. Here are the RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
The Hungarian Grand Prix weekend began with the bombshell news of Sebastian Vettel’s retirement and ended with a clue to his replacement.
Yesterday Alpine’s team principal expressed confidence Fernando Alonso would sign a new deal with the team. So why’s he becoming an Aston Martin driver?
Ferrari and Charles Leclerc squandered a vital opportunity to gain ground on championship leaders Ferrari and Max Verstappen in Hungary.
Who was the best driver during the 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
The Hungarian Grand Prix was a strategic puzzle. Teams came up with 11 different answers. Did Ferrari pick one of the wrong ones for Charles Leclerc?
Max Verstappen recovered from 10th on the grid to win the Hungarian Grand Prix despite a mid-race spin as Ferrari failed to finish on the podium.
Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship by 80 points from Charles Leclerc after the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen has won the Hungarian Grand Prix for Red Bull ahead of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.
The 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring in pictures.
Will Mercedes’ sudden Saturday pace translate into Sunday, or will Ferrari’s strength in numbers prove too much for George Russell?
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring.
George Russell secured his maiden career pole position in Formula 1 to deny a Ferrari one-two at the Hungaroring, while Max Verstappen fell to tenth on the grid.
George Russell has taken pole position for the Hungarian Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of Carlos Sainz Jnr and Charles Leclerc.
Nicholas Latifi went fastest overall in a wet third practice session at the Hungaroring after beating Charles Leclerc’s quickest time in the final seconds.
Formula 1 has launched a new campaign ‘Drive it Out’ to call for greater respect between followers of the series and tackle abuse online and offline.
Ferrari went quickest in both practice sessions on Friday, but it was their long run pace that left Max Verstappen hoping for rain.