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2023 Hungarian GP Prediction – Formula 1

Another day, another Max Verstappen victory. This was the story of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, amongst all the glitz and glamour of all the celebrities from around the world at the legendary circuit.

The Dutch maestro now is on the verge of sealing a third consecutive F1 World Drivers Championship and the next step in his procession to the title is the Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest. 

Will Verstappen be able to further extend his 99-point lead at the top of the standings? Or will another driver step up to the challenge and throw a spanner in the works? 

The challenging circuit in Budapest will certainly hold a lot of intrigue as the European leg of the 2023 F1 calendar continues. 

Formula 1: Hungarian GP


The Hungaroring circuit near Budapest is one of the most challenging circuits on the calendar. Overtaking is a massive challenge on the Hungaroring, with the outlay of the track mirroring that of a topsy-turvy street circuit. 

Considering this, getting off to a good start by first gaining a high position in qualifying and then a headstart in the main race is extremely important. The significance of this will not be lost on Verstappen and the other drivers and making the perfect start will be the key target for everyone. 

Apart from Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton has also impressed in recent weeks and continued his good form by taking home a podium finish in his home race. Lando Norris finished second, making it two drivers on the podium. 

The pressure though is mounting on Sergio Perez, who had another poor race, finishing sixth. Fernando Alonso will also look to get back on the podium, after a seventh-placed finish in Silverstone. 

The grid will also see the return of a familiar face at the Hungaroring, with Daniel Ricciardo replacing Nick De Vries in the Alpha Tauri. 

Weather forecast

There will be thunderstorms around the Hungaroring on Friday during the practice session. This will only intensify on Saturday afternoon, with a thunderstorm or two predicted during qualifying. 

But after a cloudy morning, sunshine will return to Hungaroring during the race on Sunday afternoon, with a maximum temperature of 29 degrees Celsius, making it perfect conditions for a race. 

Hungaroring circuit

Hungaroring near Budapest is another one of the relatively older tracks on the calendar, having been built in 1986. The track is 4.381 kilometers long, with 70 laps scheduled to be held during the 2023 race. 

The circuit is famous for its lack of straights, several challenging corners, and a resemblance to the Monaco street circuit in terms of design. 

Despite not being the quickest of circuits out there, drivers enjoy the challenge of being technically tested in Hungaroring. 

Hungaroring circuit 
via formula1.com

Hungarian Grand Prix schedule

Friday, July 21

5 pm – 6 pm: Free Practice 1

8.30 pm – 9.30 pm: Free Practice 2

Saturday, July 22

4 pm – 5 pm: Free Practice 3

7.30 pm – 8.30 pm: Qualifying

Sunday, July 23

6.30 pm: Race

Previous winners at Hungaroring

Max Verstappen will be extremely confident heading into the 2023 edition of the race, as he walked away with the victory in 2022. 2021 saw Esteban Ocon sealing a surprise win while 2021 belonged to Lewis Hamilton as he sealed a comfortable win. 

Betting tips for Hungarian Grand Prix

As is the case with every race this season, Max Verstappen is being heavily backed to seal another victory in his Championship charge. Fernando Alonso has also emerged as the second favourite for the win, with the market rewarding his consistent performances throughout the season. 

Lewis Hamilton also has some decent odds to seal a podium finish in his favour, with Lando Norris also shooting up the charts after his performance in Silverstone. 

Charles Leclerc is the second-favourite to emerge as the top qualifier after the aforementioned Max Verstappen, while the Dutch driver is also backed to do the double of being the race winner and registering the fastest lap. 

After their recent emergence, Mercedes also have some good odds for both of their cars finishing on the podium. 

Below are the most popular bets Formula One bets for the Hungarian Grand Prix: 

🏆 Max Verstappen race winner and fastest lap (1.33)

🏆 Fernando Alonso race winner (12.00)

🏎️ Both Mercedes cars to finish on the podium (11.00)

🏎️ Lewis Hamilton podium finish (2.20)

🏎️ Lando Norris podium finish (3.50)

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