Tuesday , 22 September 2020

Post-race Statistics of the Hungarian GP

Hamilton has finally won a race for Mercedes, four pole positions and before Sunday a best finishing position of only third. Hamilton is only the second British F1 winner in a German car, the only other being Stirling Moss back in 1955.

As has been mentioned quite a few times, Hamilton has won the Hungarian GP four times, with Kimi Raikkonen finishing second every time. Hamilton has also been on pole in Hungary four times, but with four different drivers next to him on the front row.

More new tyres for the Hungarian GP, mixing the 2012 construction with the 2013 compounds, without the drive through penalties there are more or less the exact number of pitstops as in Germany and Britain.

The fastest lap of the race went to Mark Webber, his third of the season and the 35th for Red Bull. Vettel’s podium was Red Bull’s 90th overall, not a bad number for a team that first entered in 2005.

ChampPosHungary

The lovely graphs, Kimi Raikkonen has moved back up to second place, Fernando Alonso dropping down to third. Jenson Button has moved up a place with Paul di Resta moving down yet again and finally Giedo van der Garde has moved off of the bottom, swapping with Max Chilton.

DriverPointsHungary

Tight at the top, just one point between Raikkonen and Alonso after the Hungarian GP, Hamilton is just behind and only 10 points away. But Vettel is still a mile ahead, 38 points clear and that will likely increase as the season goes on.

 

Time for something new, DATA.

Pos Driver Team Points Laps Fastest Lap Grid

1

Lewis Hamilton Mercedes

25

70

01:24.647

1

2

Kimi Raikkonen Lotus

18

70

01:25.260

6

3

Sebastian Vettel Red Bull

15

70

01:24.553

2

4

Mark Webber Red Bull

12

70

01:24.069

10

5

Fernando Alonso Ferrari

10

70

01:25.394

5

6

Romain Grosjean Lotus

8

70

01:25.328

3

7

Jenson Button McLaren

6

70

01:26.195

13

8

Felipe Massa Ferrari

4

70

01:25.176

7

9

Sergio Perez McLaren

2

69

01:26.143

9

10

Pastor Maldonado Williams

1

69

01:25.597

15

11

Nico Hulkenberg Sauber

0

69

01:26.740

12

12

Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso

0

69

01:26.491

14

13

Daniel Ricciardo Toro Rosso

0

69

01:26.863

8

14

Giedo van der Garde Caterham

0

68

01:27.473

20

15

Charles Pic Caterham

0

68

01:27.725

19

16

Jules Bianchi Marussia

0

67

01:28.250

21

17

Max Chilton Marussia

0

67

01:28.160

22

18

Paul di Resta Force India

0

66

01:26.608

18

19

Nico Rosberg Mercedes

0

64

01:25.089

4

RET

Valtteri Bottas Williams

42

01:27.127

16

RET

Esteban Gutierrez Sauber

28

01:29.135

17

RET

Adrian Sutil Force India

19

01:28.548

11

 

 

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