This weekend, the last Formula 1 race before the summer break will take place. The 2022 F1 Hungarian Grand Prix will kick in at the Hungaroring. Read the schedule in our article so you will not miss out on the biggest events!
The Formula 1 season continues this weekend. The Hungarian Grand Prix will start soon at the Hungaroring, which will be the last race before the summer break. – reports motorsport.com.
Formula 1 is the world’s most popular, monumental and professional car race series. In addition, tens of millions watch it on television every week, and the drivers are famous all over the world. The series will return to the Hungaroring for the 37th time. -reports hungaroring.hu. This makes the Hungarian track the second in the series of races (after Monza) to organise rallies in the world championship series continuously.
The F1 program starts on Friday at 2 p.m. with the first free practice, and the second free practice will begin at 5 p.m. On Saturday, FP3 starts at 1 p.m., and qualifying starts at 4 p.m., while the race kicks in at 3 p.m. on Sunday. In addition to Formula 1, several other series also organise races on the Hungarian track. Visitors can also watch the battles of the classics of Formula 2, Formula 3 and the W Series.
Have a look at the programme below:
Fans can return to the pit lane of the Hungaroring again this year – a limited number of tickets can be purchased for the pit lane walk. The event will be held on Thursday afternoon before the Hungarian Grand Prix between 4 and 7 p.m. Tickets are available to those with a weekend pass – at a price of EUR 25. Visitors must present not only their tickets valid for the pit lane but also the weekend pass at the venue. The wristband collection point will be set up in the parking lot opposite the MOL petrol station. Entry is possible by showing the wristband at gate 8.
One wristband can be picked up with one Pit Lane Walk ticket and a Weekend ticket (Friday-Saturday-Sunday)!
Have a look at the location:
The H8 HÉV (suburban train) will run more frequently with more carriages during the weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) of the F1. In order to use the train, you will need a travel card or a single ticket along with an extension ticket from Ilonatelep to Kerepes. The single ticket, the travel cards and the HÉV extension ticket for the return journey can be purchased in the official MÁV application or at any BKK ticket machine in Budapest. – writes hungaroring.hu. Moreover, during the weekend, a free bus service is provided between Kerepes HÉV station and Hungaroring Gate 3 adjusted to the HÉV schedule.
Source: hungaroring.hu, motorsport.com