So far this season Red Bull have won the third, sixth and ninth races, the Hungarian GP is the 12th, can they keep the pattern going?
4.381km long lap
70 lap race
306.670km race distance
32 previous races
14 wins from pole (43.75%)
20 wins from the front row (62.50%)
17 different winners
11 wins from McLaren
5 wins from Hamilton
Sebastian Vettel win would put him 3rd outright on the all-time F1 wins chart (currently joint 3rd with Prost on 51 wins)
A podium for Daniel Ricciardo would be his 30th
If Valtteri Bottas or Kimi Raikkonen win the race it will be the 50th Finnish race win
Lewis Hamilton has the most wins of any driver in Hungary, but Kimi Raikkonen has the most podiums with eight
Only one Hungarian has ever raced in F1, Zsolt Baumgartner, he raced 20 times over two seasons and scored just a single point
The Rubik’s Cube was invented by a Hungarian, you could line 76,860 of them around the Hungarian GP, or if you wanted 14,832,564 of them would completely cover the track surface.
A great white shark would be able to swim the same length as the Hungaroring in 5:15.432, or to swim the entire race distance it would take 6:08:00.240.