Session times for the 2022 F1 Hungarian GP

Find out when the 2022 Hungarian GP takes place, including the F1 session times for practice, qualifying and the race


Formula 1 heads into the summer break after the 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix, so make sure you know all of the session times for the action at the Hungaroring. 

The Hungaroring was bullt in 1985, with the first Grand Prix being held a year later. The 4.381km circuit has seen plenty of action over the years and the 2022 race should be no different. 

Ferrari will be hoping the short window between France and the Hungarian GP will allow them an immediate comeback, after driver error and more strategy blunders saw Red Bull further extend their lead in both championships. 

The 2022 Hungarian GP will take place at the Hungaroring, with qualifying scheduled for 16:00 CEST (local time) on Saturday, and the race at 15:00 CEST (local time) on Sunday.

Hungaroring – Hungarian Grand Prix. Credit: Mercedes F1

When is the 2022 Hungarian GP?

DateSessionLocalUK (BST)US (EDT)US (PST)Aus. (AEST)
Jul. 29Practice 114:0013:0008:0005:0022:00
Jul. 29Practice 217:0016:0011:0008:0001:00*
Jul. 30Practice 313:0012:0007:0004:0021:00
Jul. 30Qualifying16:0015:0010:0007:0000:00*
Jul. 31Grand Prix15:0014:0009:0006:0023:00
*Denotes following day

Who won the 2021 Hungarian GP?

Last time out in Hungary, we saw Esteban Ocon in the Alpine take his maiden Formula 1 win in one of the most spectacular races at the Hungaroring. 

There was drama at the start as Valtteri Bottas locked up at the first corner, due to the wet conditions, taking out Lando Norris and Sergio Perez, while also hitting championship contender Max Verstappen and forcing a red flag. 

Lewis Hamilton, on pole position, managed to make it through without incident, but at the restart Mercedes kept the seven-time champion on intermediate tyres while everyone else switched to mediums. 

Pitting after the entire field, Hamilton was dropped to the back, allowing Ocon into the lead and he was followed by Sebastian Vettel with Hamilton eventually making his way back up to third. 

Vettel though, was later disqualified after race officials were unable to extract a fuel sample from his Aston Martin

First placed Esteban Ocon of Alpine celebrates alongside third placed Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes at the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix. Pool via REUTERS/Florion Goga


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