The eleventh race brings the race fans to Budapest before heading into a much-required break in this exhilarating 2021 Formula 1 season. With the race in Budapest being dominated by Lewis Hamilton over the past few years, Max Verstappen will be looking to bounce back in formidable style in order to extend the lead for himself and his team in respective standings. So, make sure you know all about Hungarian Grand Prix live stream.
Those who are not aware, this race, last season was unlike most, taking place earlier than usual – serving as round three – and without any crowds present. One thing that wasn’t out of the ordinary though was the winner, with Lewis Hamilton tasting victory there for a record eight-time. In front of packed grandstands, the Mercedes man will be aiming to make it nine to move onto 100 Formula 1 career wins and move ahead of Max Verstappen to take the lead of the Driver’s Championship.
Hungarian GP Live Stream – Schedule
Practice 1: Friday July 30, 11:30-12:30 GMT
Practice 2: Friday July 30, 15:00-16:00 GMT
Practice 3: Saturday July 31, 12:00-13:00 GMT
Qualifying: Saturday July 31, 15:00 GMT
Race: Sunday August 1, 15:00 GMT
Hungarian GP Live Stream – List of Official Broadcasters
- United States: ESPN
- Canada: RDS (French), TSN (English)
- Australia: Fox Sports
- France: Canal+
- Italy: Sky Sport F1
- Germany: Sky Sport F1
- Spain: DAZN
- Netherlands: Ziggo Sport
- Brazil: Band
- Japan: DAZN
- India: Star Sports Network + Hotstar
Most Dominant Drivers of the Hungarian Grand Prix
After knwoing about the Hungarian GP live stream, Lewis Hamilton has enjoyed more success than any other driver at the circuit, and by quite some way, winning eight of the 14 F1 races he has competed in there. Michael Schumacher has the second-highest number of victories, triumphing on four occasions. The third of them, in 2001, was particularly significant as the win earned him his fourth World Championship.
The only other driver to win in Hungary more than twice is Ayrton Senna, who did so in 1988, 1991 and 1992. He could have had more too, just missing out in 1989 and 1990. Moreover, Nelson Piquet, Damon Hill, Jenson Button, Sebastian Vettel, Mika Hakkinen and Jacques Villeneuve have all won the race on two occasions.