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Here are the live streaming details, the full schedule and the race preview

Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes F1 arrives at the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend after a controversial victory in the British Grand Prix. The Brit collided ..

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Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen

Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes F1 arrives at the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend after a controversial victory in the British Grand Prix. The Brit collided with his title rival Max Verstappen and ended the Red Bull Racing driver race. The Hungarian GP 2021 will be held on the legendary Hungaroring racetrack. It’s a 4.381km circuit with 14 corners and 70 laps during the race. There won’t be a full audience, but tens of thousands of fans are expected. Before the race this weekend, here’s a look at the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix schedules and details on where to broadcast the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix live in India.

When is the Hungarian Grand Prix 2021?

Friday July 30th

Free Practice One: 3:00 PM IST to 4:00 PM IST

Free Practice Two: 6:30 PM IST to 7:30 PM IST

Saturday July 31st

Free Practice 3: 3:30 PM IST to 4:30 PM IST

Qualifying: 6:30 PM IST to 7:30 PM IST

Sunday 1st August

Main Race: 6:30 PM IST to 8:30 PM IST

How to watch the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix live in India?

Fans wondering how to watch the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix live in India can tune in to Star Sports Select 2 SD / HD. The Hungarian Grand Prix livestream will be available in the Disney + Hotstar VIP app.

Information on the route to the Hungarian Grand Prix

The Hungarian Grand Prix 2021 will take place on the legendary Hungaroring with a track length of 4.381 km. The total number of laps on the Hungaroring is 70 with a total distance of 306.63 km. The lap record at the Hungarian GP is held by Lewis Hamilton, who set a time of 1: 16.627 in 2020.

F1 2021 ranking before the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix

Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen (185) continues to lead the F1 drivers’ championship in 2021 with eight points ahead of Mercedes-Lewis Hamilton (177), although he did not score any points at the British GP last weekend. Sergio Perez (104) was unable to score points with the other Red Bulls, which meant that he fell behind McLaren’s Lando Norris (113) and Mercedes F1’s Valtteri Bottas (108) in the F1 championship. In the constructors’ championship, Red Bull (289) Mercedes F1 (285) leads by four points.

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