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Hungarian Grand Prix 2010 Preview
by: Paul Johnston



Red Bulls qualify on pole for Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday 1st August 2010.

Last Weeks German Prix

Last weekend's Ferrari one-two finish caused mass contraversy due to their clear team orders which is not permitted under the FIA rules. Although Ferrari were fined, the FIA are still investigating matters and further repercussions may be likely. Fernando Alonso qualified third yesterday for the Hungarian Grand Prix, with his team mate Felipe Masa one behind in fourth and no doubt the contraversy will continue today.

Qualifying in Hungary

Red Bull continued to prove they have the fastest qualifying car with their Sebastian Vettel on pole and Mark Webber in 2nd place.

McLaren's qualifying nitemares continued with Lewis Hamilton qualifying 5th and his team mate Jenson Button in a dissappointing 11th position.

One car that seems unable to compete is Mercedes GP, with Nico Rosberg qualifying in 6th and Michael Schumacher starting way back in 14th.

The two Renaults Vitaly Petrov and Robert Kunica qualified in 7th and 8th respectively and they will be happy with their starting positions.

Pedro de La Rosa in his BMW Sauber had a good day and qualified 9th and the German Nico Hulkenberg in the Williams-Cosworth will start 10th.

Driver's & Constructor's Championship.

The two Brits Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button still lead the individual Driver's Championship with the two Red Bull drivers Vettel and Webber 3rd and 4th.

The Drivers and Constructor's Championship positions could change after today's Hungarian Grand Prix. With Red Bull and Ferrari dominating the top four race positions it is likely to prove extremely difficult for Hamilton and McLaren to get past any of these drivers.

You can watch the race on 1st August at 14:00pm local time.

The positions and the cicuit is all set up for the Hungarian Grand Prix to be electric, and if you're travelling don't be dissappointed and know where you are staying. Hotels are likely to be expensive, so self catering holiday apartments in Hungary could be good alternative option, but book early!

If this is not possible, don't panic, as there will still be other forms of holiday accommodation in Hungary to choose from.

About The Author
Paul has traveled extensively for both business and pleasure throughout Europe with interests in managing holiday villas, holiday apartments and holiday rentals worldwide.
The author invites you to visit:
http://www.holidayrentalcentre.co.uk




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