Despite a reputation for processional races, only 12 of the last 27 Hungarian GPs have been won from pole position. The linked BBC Sport preview of this weekend’s Grand Prix is worth a look. As Andrew Benson describes:
The Hungaroring circuit itself also has its charms. Built in a natural amphitheater, there are no fast corners, but it is an intensely demanding place for the drivers – its succession of long, medium-speed corners never seeming to end, giving the drivers hardly any respite in often searing heat.