F1 Hungarian GP 2023 Race Results

    Max Verstappen won the F1 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring


    Another Max Verstappen masterclass saw the Red Bull driver finish 33 seconds ahead of Lando Norris in the McLaren to take victory at the 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix, his seventh consecutive Formula 1 win this season. 

    Lewis Hamilton might have started on pole position, but his first place didn’t even last until the first corner as Verstappen jumped the Mercedes and raced off into the distance as Red Bull bagged their 12th win in a row, which is an all-time F1 record. 

    The McLaren pair of Norris and Oscar Piastri also overtook Hamilton at the start as they continued their resurgence. But a double podium was spoiled by Sergio Perez in the second Red Bull as he surged to third after starting ninth. 

    Hamilton also retook fourth from Piastri towards the end of the race. George Russell, who started 18th at the Hungaroring, got his Mercedes up to sixth position.

    In an otherwise uneventful race, the two Alpine cars of Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon collided at Turn 1 on Lap 1 with both having to retire from the race as a result. 

    F1 2023 Hungarian GP Full Race Results

    1Max VerstappenRed Bull1:38:08.634
    2Lando NorrisMcLaren+33.731
    3Sergio PerezRed Bull+37.603
    4Lewis HamiltonMercedes+39.134
    5Oscar PiastriMcLaren+62.572
    6George RussellMercedes+65.825
    7Charles LeclercFerrari+70.317
    8Carlos SainzFerrari+71.073
    9Fernando AlonsoAston Martin+75.709
    10Lance StrollAston Martin+1 Lap
    11Alexander AlbonWilliams+1 Lap
    12Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo+1 Lap
    13Daniel RicciardoAlphaTauri+1 Lap
    14Nico HulkenbergHaas+1 Lap
    15Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri+1 Lap
    16Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo+1 Lap
    17Kevin MagnussenHaas+1 Lap
    18Logan SargeantWilliamsDNF
    19Esteban OconAlpineDNF
    20Pierre GaslyAlpineDNF


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