Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix in 2012

Starting from pole position, Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix in 2012, although called the race at the Hungaroring simple Englishman could hardly. In the course of the race Lewis did not manage to create any serious lead over his pursuers, so the pilot had under constant pressure. The second place from the start held Roman – he has long held on to the leader, but after the second wave of pit stops Frenchman pushed into third place his teammate Kimi Raikkonen. Finn had a great race and a one point it seemed that even be able to fight for the first victory of the season, but that did not happen. On the final leg of the race Raikkonen had fresher tires and was catching up with Hamilton, but any attempt to carry out attacks and failed. Generally, any system of DRS, Pirelli tire wear or not added overtaking in the Hungaroring, where they are usually not much and so. As a result, Kimi finished second and Grosjean – third. Sebastian Vettel has lost one place compared to his starting position, finishing the race in fourth place. This two-time world champion had an extra pit stop less than ten laps to go. Similarly, although a little earlier, and Mark entered Eubber, but the Aussie on this lost several positions and Seb not. Fernando Alonso finished fifth, increasing his lead in the standings from the nearest pursuer, whom Webber is just to forty points. And behind it are Jenson Button (6th place), Bruno Senna (7th place), Mark Webber (8th place), Felipe Massa (9th place) and Nico Rosberg (10th place). Now in the championship comes the summer break, so that the next race will be held just five weeks – it will be the Belgian Grand Prix in 2012 at the legendary Spa circuit.


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