Thursday , 22 August 2019
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Post-Race Statistics of the 2014 Hungarian GP

HUNGARY! What a race! Another win for the happiest man in motorsport, Daniel Ricciardo.

Lewis Hamilton had a very bad start to the weekend, a fuel leak led to a fire at the start of Q1, meaning that he couldn’t set a laptime and had to start at the back of the grid, later starting from the pitlane. The start of the race seemed to be business as usual, Rosberg with a big gap to the rest of the field but once the first safety car came out everything was mixed up the three drivers that would almost certainly have finished on the podium.

In the end the race was expertly won by Daniel Ricciardo, the only man not in a Mercedes to win a race and now he’s done it twice, Vettel who? Only three men have finished a race ahead of a Mercedes this season, Daniel Ricciardo, Valtteri Bottas and Fernando Alonso. Alonso finished the race in second place, leading for some time before his tyres gave up on him and he was passed by Ricciardo. Despite starting the Hungarian GP from the pitlane, Lewis Hamilton recovered superbly to third and was very close to finishing second, with teammate and pole sitter Rosberg fourth.

Daniel Ricciardo’s podium was his fifth, Fernando Alonso’s was the 99th for Spanish drivers, 97 of which are his own.

2014PositionsHungary

Just one change this time, Felipe Massa moves up to ninth ahead of Kevin Magnussen. In the constructors’ there is also just one change, with Ferrari moving back ahead of Williams for third.

2014PointsHungary

Not too much here either, still a massive gap between Mercedes and everybody else, just 11 points between Rosberg and Hamilton   and then 60 between Hamilton and Ricciardo.

Pos Driver Team Nation Points Laps Fastest Lap Grid
1 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull AUS 25 70 01:26.608 4
2 Fernando Alonso Ferrari ESP 18 70 01:27.419 5
3 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes GBR 15 70 01:27.380 22
4 Nico Rosberg Mercedes GER 12 70 01:25.724 1
5 Felipe Massa Williams BRA 10 70 01:28.229 6
6 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari FIN 8 70 01:27.983 16
7 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull GER 6 70 01:28.746 2
8 Valtteri Bottas Williams FIN 4 70 01:26.850 3
9 Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso FRA 2 70 01:29.120 8
10 Jenson Button McLaren GBR 1 70 01:29.156 7
11 Adrian Sutil Sauber GER 0 70 01:28.704 11
12 Kevin Magnussen McLaren DEN 0 70 01:28.883 22
13 Pastor Maldonado Lotus VEN 0 70 01:29.128 20
14 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso RUS 0 69 01:29.401 10
15 Jules Bianchi Marussia FRA 0 69 01:29.883 15
16 Max Chilton Marussia GBR 0 69 01:29.499 18
RET Esteban Gutierrez Sauber MEX 32 01:30.485 13
RET Kamui Kobayashi Caterham JAP 24 01:32.888 17
RET Sergio Perez Force India MEX 22 01:30.280 12
RET Nico Hulkenberg Force India GER 14 01:41.151 9
RET Romain Grosjean Lotus FRA 10 01:46.312 14
RET Marcus Ericsson Caterham SWE 7 01:48.459 19

 

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