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Formula 1's Driver Power Rankings After 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix

Formula One is in genuine danger of being considered exciting again after a second thrilling race in a row. The 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix was a lights-to-flag exhibition of the best the beloved sport has to offer. Drivers like Sebastian...Show More Summary

5 of the Most Interesting Radio Messages from Hungarian Grand Prix

The 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix was one of the most emotionally charged Formula One races for some time. Most drivers had attended the funeral of Jules Bianchi, who died from injuries suffered in last season's Japanese Grand Prix, on Tuesday,...Show More Summary

Two of America's first Formula One team cars, The Scarabs, offered at Bonhams Revival sale

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

The Reventlow Automobiles Inc.?s Scarab Grand Prix single-seaters were the very first, home-grown, all-American team of Formula 1 racing cars. Bonhams is to offer two of these Formula 1 classics, along with their much-admired Fiat-Bartoletti transporter, at the Goodwood Revival Sale, on 12 September. Show More Summary

Power Ranking the Formula 1 Teams After 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix

Formula One heads into the summer break on the back of a thrilling, action-packed 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix. Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg missed the podium for the first time this season as Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel roared to his second victory in red. Show More Summary

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel Ends Mercedes AMG Winning Streak In Hungary

Ferrari took advantage of a poor start by the Mercedes AMG drivers at yesterday’s 2015 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix to jump into the lead, and in the case of star driver Sebastian Vettel stay there right up until the end of the race. At one point Vettel had a 30-second gap between the next best driver, though this eroded with the arrival...

Hungarian Grand Prix 2015: Winners and Losers from Hungaroring Race

Prior to Sunday's race, the Hungarian Grand Prix was one of just four events on the 2015 Formula One calendar Sebastian Vettel had never won. In his first appearance at the Hungaroring for Ferrari, however, the four-time world champion...Show More Summary

Holy Crap Something Different Happened In F1 For A Change 

3 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Wait, what? What just happened? Did we actually see something... different happen at the Hungarian Grand Prix today? Was that an outcome different from every typical Formula One race lately? Did we all wake up in Bizarro World? What the hell is going on? Read more...

Hungarian F1 Grand Prix 2015 Results: Winner, Standings, Highlights and Reaction

Sebastian Vettel emerged with his best race of the 2015 season so far to win Sunday's dramatic Hungarian Grand Prix and give Ferrari hope in their bid to revive their Formula One campaign. The four-time world champion made a fantastic...Show More Summary

Mercedes AMG Lock Out Front Row After 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying

In extreme conditions at today’s qualifying session for the 2015 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix, which once again is being held at Budapest’s Hungaroring, Mercedes AMG proved unstoppable. Star driver Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in a session where the air temperature hit 91 degrees F (33 degrees C), and the track over 130...

Hungarian Grand Prix 2015: Practice Incidents Highlight the Curse of Formula 1

Have you ever noticed how these things never happen in isolation? Accidents, both serious and spectacular, are rarely one-off occurrences in Formula One and the wider motor-racing spectrum. Several years can pass with only minor brushes...Show More Summary

2015 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix Weather Forecast

Budapest’s Hungaroring, home of the Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix, is one of the most challenging circuits on the calendar, and that’s before you take into account Hungary’s notoriously high ambient temperatures this time of year. It’s not uncommon for temperatures to approach 100 degrees F (38 degrees C) during the day...

Formula 1 Pays Tribute to Jules Bianchi at Hungarian GP

The Formula One world came together at the Hungarian GP to remember Jules Bianchi with a range of tributes to the former Marussia driver, who died on July 17, nine months after crashing at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix. Drivers, including...Show More Summary

Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix 2015: Results, Times for Practice and Qualifying

Reigning Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton is 17 points ahead of his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg heading into Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix, a race that will take the 2015 season beyond its halfway point. Hamilton eased to victory...Show More Summary

2015 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix Preview

After a couple of weeks away due to testing, the 2015 Formula One World Championship continues this weekend with round ten, the Hungarian Grand Prix, which once again is taking place at the Hungaroring near Budapest. Here, temperatures can approach 100 degrees F (38 degrees C) during the day, and for drivers stuck in the tight confines of an F1...

Hungarian Grand Prix 2015 Preview: Start Time, TV Times, Weather, Schedule, Odds

The 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix marks the halfway stage of the Formula One season; nine of the 19 races are behind us, and the title race looks almost certain to be a two-horse race between now and the end of the year. But the championship...Show More Summary

Hungarian Grand Prix 2015: 5 Bold Predictions for Hungaroring Race

The 2015 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix will end a three-week gap between races caused by the cancellation of the German round. Though Mercedes will again be the team to beat, the tight and twisty Hungaroring should see the running...Show More Summary

Max Chilton Dedicates First Indy Lights Pole To F1 Teammate Bianchi

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Max Chilton dedicated his first pole position in Indy Lights today to his only teammate in Formula One: Jules Bianchi. Bianchi passed away last night after sustaining severe head injuries at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix. Read more.....

Motorsports Mourns The Loss Of Formula One Driver Jules Bianchi

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

The entire world of motorsports is in mourning today, as young Formula One driver Jules Bianchi passed away last night from injuries sustained at last year’s Japanese Grand Prix. Here are some of the condolences and memories shared by friends, competitors and other figures in motorsport. Read more...

Jules Bianchi: Remembering a Racer and an Inspiration

Formula One has lost a bright, young light. Jules Bianchi died on July 17 in his hometown of Nice, France, from the severe head injuries he suffered at last year's Japanese Grand Prix. "Jules fought right to the very end, as he always...Show More Summary

Race Car Driver Dies From Crash Injuries

Formula One driver Jules Bianchi died today in a French hospital from head injuries sustained in a crash at last year's Japanese Grand Prix. He was 25. Bianchi had been in a coma since the Oct. 5 accident, in which he collided at high speed with a mobile crane that...

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