Jenson Button Wins 2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix

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Button Celebrates Success in Hungary

August 3, 2011 by  
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The 2011 Formula One Season started off on a high note for the Red Bull team, with Sebastian Vettel winning five of the first six events of the season. However, it seems that their luck is turning, as other teams begin to gain momentum and more races are eluding Vettel. The Hungarian Grand Prix took place on a wet track, but it did not interfere with Jenson Button’s winning his 200th grand prix start.

Jaime Alguersuari

March 22, 2010 by  
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Born in Barcelona, Spain, on 23 March 1990, Jaime Victor Alguersuari Escudero, etched his name in F1 history by becoming the youngest F1 driver ever to compete in the annual F1 Championships. When he made his debut in the 2009 Hungarian Grand Prix he was 19 years and 125 days old at the time. Jaime […]

Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix 2009

June 10, 2009 by  
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Be sure to book your ticket for the this exciting leg of the Formula One Grand Prix action. Date: July 26, 2009 Venue: Hungaroring Circuit City: Magyar Country: Hungary

Formula One Races

February 9, 2009 by  
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The exhilarating motor sport of Formula One Racing has captured the hearts and minds of thousands all over the world. This high-ranking form of motor racing is considered by many to be the most difficult and dangerous. It is also a premier form of motor sport – one in which the drivers have to work […]

Hungarian Grand Prix

February 9, 2009 by  
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The first Hungarian Grand Prix was held in 1936 at a track in Nepliget near central Budapest, and it was well supported by both constructors and fans. Unfortunately, it was the last Grand Prix that the country would see for fifty years. Political upheaval and subsequent war meant that the attention of the Hungarian public […]

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