2010 Hungarian GP – Race result – Webber Alonso Vettel

2010 Hungary Podium

2010 Hungarian GP podium

Mark Webber took full advantage of safety car combined with Vettel’s drive through penalty and won the 2010 Hungarian GP. Webber now also leads the drivers championship. Fernando Alonso finished second ahead of Sebastian Vettel. Felipe Massa spent most of race on his own between the top three and the pack behind him and ended the race in fourth. Vitaly Petrov (P5) and Nico Hulkneberg (P6) scored their best F1 finishes to date. De la Rosa scored his first points after his return to F1 for 7th place. The final points scoring positions belong, Button, Kobayashi and Barrichello.

Michael Schumacher finished 11th but will be investigated after the race for almost pushing Barrichello to the wall while defending his 10th place. All six new teams cars finished the race for the first time.

Update: Michael Schumacher was given 10 places grid penalty for the next race (Belgian GP).

There were few incidents during the pit stops under safety car. Robert Kubica was released into the path of Adrian Sutil, Nico Rosberg lost a rear wheel that went traveling and jumping through the pitlane (without causing any serious injuries thankfully).

2010 Hungarian GP Result

1. Webber – Red Bull – 1h41:05.571
2. Alonso – Ferrari +17.821
3. Vettel – Red Bull +19.252
4. Massa – Ferrari +27.474
5. Petrov – Renault +1:13.100
6. Hulkenberg – Williams +1:16.700
7. de la Rosa – Sauber +1 lap
8. Button – McLaren +1 lap
9. Kobayashi – Sauber +1 lap
10. Barrichello – Williams +1 lap


11. Schumacher – Mercedes +1 lap
12. Buemi – Toro Rosso +1 lap
13. Liuzzi – Force India +1 lap
14. Kovalainen – Lotus +3 laps
15. Trulli – Lotus +3 laps
16. Glock – Virgin +3 laps
17. Senna – HRT +3 laps
18. di Grassi – Virgin +4 laps
19. Yamamoto – HRT +4 laps

DNF:

Hamilton – McLaren – 25 laps
Kubica – Renault – 25 laps
Rosberg – Mercedes – 17 laps
Sutil – Force India – 17 laps
Alguersuari – Toro Rosso – 2 laps

Fastest lap: Vettel, 1:22.362

Photo: Bridgestone Motorsport

2 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Marisa RNo Gravatar says:

    Red Bull seems to be dominating these races! However, Ferrari is right there behind them!! The big advantage of Red Bull is Sebastian Vettel, he’s going to make his move soon and people won’t even be expecting it! My bets are all on RED BULL and VETTEL! Good team, hot driver…

  2. Golf SchoolNo Gravatar says:

    Another great win for Webber who I hope will go on to win the championship this year. Vettell has had his chances has either slipped up himself or had technical difficulties that have prevented him.

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