Hungarian Grand Prix

A Bit of Background:

Williams won the inaugural Hungarian Grand Prix in 1986 with Nelson Piquet at the wheel. Further success followed in the years that ensued, with Williams remaining the joint-second most successful team around the Hungaroring with seven victories.

Located near Budapest, this is another F1 circuit that sits in a natural bowl and rewards fans sat in certain grandstands with a views of the vast majority of the track.

What Makes Hungaroring Unique:

It’s comparable to a karting circuit, with multiple corner sequences linking it all together and only one main straight. Therefore, the key to success isn’t outright power but high downforce, stability and a well-balanced car. The drivers love it, especially when they can get into a rhythm and some clean air. It can also get very interesting when a bit of rain gets added to the mix.