The Hungarian Grand Prix showed Formula 1 at its finest. It was an emotional weekend in Budapest, following the death of Jules Bianchi, but the Grand Prix drivers rose to the occasion – and produced an action-packed race, filled with surprises and fascinating from start to finish. And then, after the engines had fallen silent there were touching moments as the stars of the day remembered Bianchi. It was a great day for Red Bull as well, with Daniel and Daniil both on the podium, while Max Verstappen was fourth. Even McLaren-Honda went home with a bagful of points. It was not a day that Mercedes will remember fondly, but it keeps the World Championship interesting…
Also in GP+ this week…
– The F1 circus remembers Jules Bianchi
– We ask whether F1 needs better promotion and new technology
– Blue Bird runs at Pendine Sands
– Alex Lynn shines in GP2
– JS wonders why there are 21 races when the rules say 20
– DT worries about sports trying to control media coverage
– The Hack looks back to darker days
– Plus the usual fabulous photography from Peter Nygaard and his team.
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