2020 F1 Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring)
There is no better way to start the beginning of the Spring holidays than to observe the Hungarian Grand Prix, also known as Formula 1 Magyar Nagydij.
In 1986, the first race took place. The event was a huge success with more than 200,000 F1 fans came to pay tribute.
70 laps must be covered in a circuit length of 4.381 km and a total distance of 306.630 km race running through patches of forest. The circuit was originally designed for a park but in many corners naked looks raw. The Hungaroring circuit is not easy for reasons of race, is narrow, winding road which makes overtaking in a very dangerous business. Instead the race, the drivers simply run a straight line can not overtake each other.
All F1 fans love to buy auto racing tickets for this event, this race is special for many Formula 1 drivers like Fernando Alonso, of Spain, who won his first race here in 2003 and Michael Schumacher, in 2001 he won his 51st career here equal Alain Prost’s record. In fact, Michael has the highest record for victories (four), followed by Ayrton Senna of Brazil with three wins. Additionally, Michael holds the record for fastest lap 1:19.071, which measures the time in 2004. McLaren has been up (9), followed by Williams constructor (7) and Ferrari (5).
The track is located just 20 miles north of the stunning city of Budapest. So it’s not just the race you can enjoy, but also the city with the most notable example of Gothic architecture.
This race is one of the best views from any platform because you can see almost fifty percent of the track surface. All you need is a pair of binoculars. The Grand Prix Tickets are divided into super gold, gold, silver and bronze category. Beware of the time, and that becomes very hot during this time of year.
The best part is for F1 fans who want a real idea of the track. The circuit has a tracking number of days spread throughout the year both cars and bicycles can be run on the actual track.
Date of the F1 Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring) in 2020
July 31- August 2, 2020
See also: all major car racing events