Over the weekend, the 12th round of the 2010 F1 World Championship Series went ahead in the form of the2010 Hungarian Grand Prix, and saw a huge turn of events take place on the Hungaroring.
Mark Webber absolutely dominated the field and moved to the top of the ladder on the driver’s scoreboard.
Mark Webber absolutely dominated the field and earned his fourth win of the season which saw him move to the top of the ladder on the driver’s scoreboard.
The Australian Red Bull driver took full advantage of former championship leader Lewis Hamilton’s forced retirement to take out the event, and is now just four points ahead of the McLarens driver.
Hamilton looked poised for a podium finish, but dealt his championship race a blow after retiring in the 24th lap.
Red Bull claimed two of the podium spots, with Sebastian Vettel finishing third, and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso continuing his strong season with the second spot.
Vettel started the 2010 Hungarian Grand Prix in pole position and looked on target to claim the chequered flag had it not been for a drive-through penalty early on in the 70-lap race.
It was a flop for McLaren as a whole with Hamilton’s teammate Jenson Button, the defending champion, finishing back in eighth starting from 11th.
Red Bull saw their lead on the constructors’ leader board grow, ahead of arch rivals McLaren by eight points, with Ferrari back in third.
The world’s elite Formula One drivers and constructors will take a break now, before regrouping on the 29th of August at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and the 2010 Belgian Grand Prix, so make sure you check in here to see the preview, and put the tips into action with SportsBet.
2010 Hungarian Grand Prix
|1st||Mark Webber||Red Bull||70||2||25|
|3rd||Sebastian Vettel||Red Bull||70||1||15|
|7th||Pedro de la Rosa||Sauber||69||9||6|
|12th||Sebastien Buemi||Toro Rosso||69||15|
|13th||Vitantonio Liuzzi||Force India||69||16|
|18th||Lucas di Grassi||Virgin||66||21|
|Ret||Adrian Sutil||Force India||15||13|
|Ret||Jaime Alguersuari||Toro Rosso||1||17|