After three eventful races in Austria and in Hungary, all eyes and cars will be at the Silverstone Circuit for the British Grand Prix. This weekend’s race will continue to feature the world’s best drivers and constructors, as they go on with their journey trying to grab as much points as they can in the
After an eventful three weeks to which we saw three Formula 1 races, fans all over the world can finally breathe a sigh of relief. The 2020 Austrian, Steiermark, and Hungarian Grand Prix events were sights to behold since our favourite drivers were able to give us a decent amount of Formula 1 2020 highlights.
Hungarian Grand Prix 2020 Lewis Hamilton is the king of Hungaroring once again. The reigning world champion claimed his eighth career win at the Hungarian Grand Prix after a dominant drive which saw him lead from start to finish. In doing so, he tied Michael Schumacher’s F1 record of wins at a single track. However,
After a successful run in the recently concluded Austrian Grand Prix, we head on over to Hungaroring to witness the Hungarian Grand Prix. The said event is the third part of a triple-header to kick off the restart of the 2020 F1 season – with both the Austrian and Steiermark Grand Prix tours already done
Austrian Grand Prix The 2020 Formula 1 season began with a bang as the Austrian Grand Prix provided some amazing racing action at the Red Bull Ring. Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas led from start to finish as he took the chequered flag, but there were all sorts of drama that went on behind him. Team-mate and