As with most races, Grand Prix tickets entitle ticket holders to access the race track on the practice and qualification days (Thursday, Friday and Saturday) prior to Sunday’s race day – use these days wisely to pick a vantage point that suits and become accustomed to the track layout.
Sun cream, water and umbrellas are necessary as the sun beats down on the track at the Hungaroring and there is limited shelter – particularly in the general admission area.
The Hungarian Grand Prix takes place at the Hungaroring, its home since 2003. One of the founding races on the Formula 1 calendar, the race is held less than 20 kilometers outside of the picturesque city of Budapest and is held annually in July, towards the latter part of the European F1 season.
What Hungary lacks in overtaking action it makes up for by being an all-round great place to watch Formula 1 racing. The Hungaroring is set in a natural ‘bowl’ making for some excellent views of much of the track – despite the intense heat.
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