There's one final weekend of racing before the 2022 Formula One World Championship heads into the annual summer break, and it's at the usually scorching hot Hungarian Grand Prix. Keep up to date on how Williams handles the heat by clicking on 'Newsfeed' (above) during the event.
Even though it is a dedicated race facility, the 4.381km Hungaroring is sometimes called "Monaco without the buildings", thanks to its narrow track and lack of straights with overtaking opportunities.
Nonetheless, there have been many unforgettable moments since Hungary joined the F1 calendar in the 1980s, and the first three corners often see drivers battling side-by-side to get an advantage through the rest of the lap.
Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix 2022
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