Hungarian Grand Prix 2022 results
George Russell secured the first pole of his F1 career in impressive fashion at the Hungarian Grand Prix. He then led the race whilst being shadowed by the two Ferraris. Verstappen was progressing up the field from tenth and an early stop caused Leclerc to pit earlier than planned to cover off the Red Bull driver. Russell's tyres started to fade during the middle stint and a questionable strategy call from Ferrari saw Leclerc pit for hard tyres. This played into Verstappen's hands and he took the lead. Sainz then chased Russell until his tyres began to go off but it was Hamilton who then surged through the field on soft tyres, passing both Sainz and then Russell to take second.
In RealityF1 it was a win for John Martin in the RealityF1 Hungarian Grand Prix. The team to have was Hamilton, Vettel, Alpine and AlphaTauri.
In the 2022 RealityF1 Championship, Flying Scotsman moves into the lead and Lymbo falls to second.
The site will re-open for team changes on Monday. The 14th race of the 2022 season is the Belgian Grand Prix on 28th August.
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