The Hungarian Grand Prix was held for the first time in 1986. The circuit repeatedly poses huge challenges for the drivers. With 14 corners, the 4.381-kilometre track is one of the narrowest on the race calendar and offers few opportunities for overtaking manoeuvres. Vettel and Raikkonen will once again have to get the very best out of the two Ferrari SF70H racing cars, in order to achieve the top results they crave.
Ahead of round eleven of the season, Scuderia Ferrari is currently second in the Constructors Championship with 275 points. Sebastian Vettel leads the Drivers’ Championship with 177 points, just ahead of Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton. Kimi Raikkonen is fifth with 98 points.
The Hungarian Grand Prix gets underway at 14:00 on Sunday. However, the serious business for Scuderia Ferrari and its two drivers begins with Qualifying on Saturday, when the battle for the best grid positions for round eleven of the season commences at 14:00