On Sunday, Formula One racing moves to Hungaroring in Mogyorod, Hungary for the Hungarian Grand Prix. The Hungaroring motor racing circuit will host the race for 30th consecutive time.
The first Hungarian Grand Prix was held in 1986. The 70-lap race will have a total of 306.63 km race distance. Michael Schumacher holds the fastest lap record of 1 min and 19.071 seconds which he established in 2004.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton still leads the driver standings' with 194 points followed by his teammate Nico Rosberg with 177. Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel is in third place with 135 points.
The sportsbook handicappers have installed Lewis Hamilton as the favorite to win the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday afternoon.
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