Bianchi Wins Back-to-Back Races


162Jules BianchiPrecision-Mercedes1:14.361
229Pastor MaldonadoSauber-Judd1:14.407
363Diego Álvarez TorrentePrecision-Mercedes1:14.680
430Dean StonemanSauber-Judd1:14.713
51Sebastian VettelCaterham-Judd1:14.850
634Valtteri BottasTheodore-Judd1:14.932
733Einar ÁrmannssonTheodore-Judd1:14.999
82Lewis HamiltonCaterham-Judd1:15.152
927Dave CassidyFerrari1:15.370
1028Daniel MelroseFerrari1:15.489
1131Romain GrosjeanHolden1:16.051
1232Alexander AlbonHolden1:16.117
1324Kevin MagnussenFAST-Mercedes1:16.351
1423Pierre GaslyFAST-Mercedes1:16.352
1522Jordan DaviesHaas-Judd1:16.561
1621J. R. HildebrandHaas-Judd1:16.705
1766Pascal WehrleinRed Bull-Ferrari1:16.960
1855Artem MarkelovMansell-Mercedes1:16.985
19119Felix RosenqvistDawson-Holden1:17.291
20118Carlos Sainz JrDawson-Holden1:17.294
2190Daniel RicciardoCalinetic-Holden1:17.321
2291Max VerstappenCalinetic-Holden1:17.379
235Marvin KirchhöferWilliams-Mercedes1:17.531
246Santiago UrrutiaWilliams-Mercedes1:17.613
2567Mike RockenfellerRed Bull-Ferrari1:17.633
2656Sergey SirotkinMansell-Mercedes1:17.696


Artem Markelov's masterful defensive driving earned him a championship point.


Last year, the Hungarian Grands Prix were owned by Precision as the German team have forced their way into a championship battle. Whilst that battle ended unsuccessfully, the Hungarian races proved a big boost to the team.

This year’s Hungarian Grands Prix could play a similar role. Jules Bianchi added another hattrick to his collection, controlling the race from the start. Unfortunately, a 1-2 was denied to the German racing team by Dean Stoneman.

Pastor Maldonado, the leading championship contender for Sauber, was unfortunately not having a good day: he struggled to fight the Caterhams in the early stages and was left behind after the final stops. However, he did achieve a piece of history by exactly matching Jules Bianchi’s FLAP.

Behind the three leading teams, Einar Ármannsson, Daniel Melrose and Jordan Davies all scored points and stayed on the leading lap. 10th place was up for grabs in an exciting five-driver clash which ended in BR Mansell’s favour, as their Russian star blocked four other guys to get tenth place.


162Jules BianchiPrecision-Mercedes49:05.23815
230Dean StonemanSauber-Judd+5.16612
363Diego Álvarez TorrentePrecision-Mercedes+5.98510
42Lewis HamiltonCaterham-Judd+21.8658
51Sebastian VettelCaterham-Judd+35.5156
629Pastor MaldonadoSauber-Judd+46.0665
733Einar ÁrmannssonTheodore-Judd+51.0714
828Daniel MelroseFerrari+66.5053
922Jordan DaviesHaas-Judd+72.4212
1055Artem MarkelovMansell-Mercedes1 Lap1
116Santiago UrrutiaWilliams-Mercedes1 Lap0
1266Pascal WehrleinRed Bull-Ferrari1 Lap0
1321J. R. HildebrandHaas-Judd1 Lap0
14118Carlos Sainz JrDawson-Holden1 Lap0
1567Mike RockenfellerRed Bull-Ferrari1 Lap0
165Marvin KirchhöferWilliams-Mercedes1 Lap0
1791Max VerstappenCalinetic-Holden1 Lap0
1832Alexander AlbonHolden1 Lap0
DNF24Kevin MagnussenFAST-MercedesTransmission0
DNF23Pierre GaslyFAST-MercedesAccident0
DNF56Sergey SirotkinMansell-MercedesTransmission0
DNF90Daniel RicciardoCalinetic-HoldenTransmission0
DNF27Dave CassidyFerrariSuspension0
DNF119Felix RosenqvistDawson-HoldenAccident0
DNF31Romain GrosjeanHoldenCollision0
DNF34Valtteri BottasTheodore-JuddCollision0

Fastest Lap:

Pastor Maldonado/Jules Bianchi – 1:16.259

Infinite Improbability Drive Of The Race:

Artem Markelov – supreme defensive driving earns Mansell yet another point.

Reject Of The Race:

Romain Grosjean – running into Valterri Bottas into turn one is not a good way to start any race.