Torrente Grabs Fourth Consecutive Win for Precision


129Pastor MaldonadoSauber-Judd1:14.345
263Diego Álvarez TorrentePrecision-Mercedes1:14.374
362Jules BianchiPrecision-Mercedes1:14.485
430Dean StonemanSauber-Judd1:14.678
51Sebastian VettelCaterham-Judd1:14.702
62Lewis HamiltonCaterham-Judd1:14.890
733Einar ÁrmannssonTheodore-Judd1:15.083
834Valtteri BottasTheodore-Judd1:15.087
927Dave CassidyFerrari1:15.297
1028Daniel MelroseFerrari1:15.399
1124Kevin MagnussenFAST-Mercedes1:16.407
1232Alexander AlbonHolden1:16.407
1322Jordan DaviesHaas-Judd1:16.560
1423Pierre GaslyFAST-Mercedes1:16.722
1521J. R. HildebrandHaas-Judd1:16.834
1631Romain GrosjeanHolden1:16.550*
1766Pascal WehrleinRed Bull-Ferrari1:16.901
1890Daniel RicciardoCalinetic-Holden1:17.031
19118Carlos Sainz JrDawson-Holden1:17.248
20119Felix RosenqvistDawson-Holden1:17.342
2155Artem MarkelovMansell-Mercedes1:17.396
2291Max VerstappenCalinetic-Holden1:17.552
2367Mike RockenfellerRed Bull-Ferrari1:17.573
245Marvin KirchhöferWilliams-Mercedes1:17.576
256Santiago UrrutiaWilliams-Mercedes1:17.684
2656Sergey SirotkinMansell-Mercedes1:17.853

* demoted three places for causing an avoidable accident


Hildebrand's early crash and Davies' mediocre effort turned the second Hungarian GP into a forgettable event for Haas.


Not only has Precision won four consecutive races, they also have won four consecutive Hungarian Grands Prix now. Diego Torrente was ready to take the lead at the final round of stops, doing so and securing yet another win.

This is not good news for Pastor Maldonado, who needed this win to strike back in his championship clash with Dean Stoneman and the other competitors, but could only finish second. Still, his distance to Stoneman, who could only finish fifth, has shrunk.

Sunday was not a good day if you aren’t Precision, Sauber, Caterham, Theodore or Ferrari and were looking into scoring points. The five best teams in Formula One shared the points-finishes amongst themselves, leaving none for others.

Kevin Magnussen was the closest, only finishing ten seconds off tenth place. Holden also were reasonably good with 12th and 13th. Certainly better than Haas, who had a mediocre day, and Max Verstappen and Pascal Wehrlein, who had a racing accident fighting over PNowhere.


163Diego Álvarez TorrentePrecision-Mercedes49:26.03915
229Pastor MaldonadoSauber-Judd+4.61812
362Jules BianchiPrecision-Mercedes+7.34010
41Sebastian VettelCaterham-Judd+23.5178
530Dean StonemanSauber-Judd+28.1666
62Lewis HamiltonCaterham-Judd+33.1045
734Valtteri BottasTheodore-Judd+39.4334
828Daniel MelroseFerrari+57.6033
927Dave CassidyFerrari+63.2622
1033Einar ÁrmannssonTheodore-Judd+66.4021
1124Kevin MagnussenFAST-Mercedes1 Lap0
1231Romain GrosjeanHolden1 Lap0
1332Alexander AlbonHolden1 Lap0
1422Jordan DaviesHaas-Judd1 Lap0
1523Pierre GaslyFAST-Mercedes1 Lap0
16119Felix RosenqvistDawson-Holden1 Lap0
1790Daniel RicciardoCalinetic-Holden1 Lap0
185Marvin KirchhöferWilliams-Mercedes1 Lap0
19118Carlos Sainz JrDawson-Holden1 Lap0
2067Mike RockenfellerRed Bull-Ferrari1 Lap0
2155Artem MarkelovMansell-Mercedes1 Lap0
2256Sergey SirotkinMansell-Mercedes1 Lap0
DNF6Santiago UrrutiaWilliams-MercedesElectrical0
DNF66Pascal WehrleinRed Bull-FerrariCollision0
DNF91Max VerstappenCalinetic-HoldenCollision0
DNF21J. R. HildebrandHaas-JuddAccident0

Fastest Lap:

Pastor Maldonado – 1:16.303

Infinite Improbability Drive Of The Race:

Sebastian Vettel – overcame a Sauber and was able to annoy the podium drivers for a long time.

Reject Of The Race:

J.R. Hildebrand – stupid error on lap 1, he can drive better than this.