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Topic - The Hungarian Grand Prix
Relieved that the wait is over, Daniel Ricciardo is getting mentally prepared for the challenge of racing for Red Bull next year.
Lewis Hamilton has been training hard during Formula One's midseason break. His goal is clear: He wants to catch leader Sebastian Vettel with nine races left.
Lewis Hamilton goes into Formula One's midseason break with renewed hope. Maybe he still has time to challenge for the title.
Lotus driver Romain Grosjean was fastest in the third and final practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of qualifying later Saturday.
The pressure will be on tire manufacturer Pirelli, similar to those trying to catch Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix.
Formula One championship leader Sebastian Vettel was the fastest on the final day of a special in-season testing session with new tires.
Pirelli says it will change the tires used by Formula One cars after a string of blowouts during the British Grand Prix.
Formula One leader Fernando Alonso is hoping the monthlong break after the Hungarian Grand Prix will give Ferrari an opportunity to improve its cars for the second half of the season.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel held off Lewis Hamilton's McLaren in rainy weather in Saturday's qualifying to secure pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix.
Michael Schumacher apologized to former teammate Rubens Barrichello for the way he drove during the Hungarian Grand Prix.