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The 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix (formally the Formula 1 Pirelli Magyar Nagydíj 2014)[1]


Background

Four types of tyres were brought by Pirelli to the race, being the medium "primes", soft "options", intermediate and full wet types.[2][3] The circuit had two DRS zones: one on the start/finish straight between turns 14 and 1, and the other between turns 1 and 2.[2]

Fourth place in the championship was Fernando Alonso with 97 points, followed by Valtteri Bottas with 91 points.[2] The top five positions were founded out by Ferrari with 116 points, and Force India with 98.[2] The only race to not be won by a Mercedes driver before the Hungarian Grand Prix was Ricciardo in Canada.[2][4] Additionally, second place finishes were each gained by Kevin Magnussen and Bottas, and third place finishes were achieved by Vettel, Alonso, Jenson Button and Sergio Pérez.[2]

For the race, the chassis of Marussia's MR03 was changed for Max Chilton after he received balance and electrical issues in Austria.[5] A small wing section was introduced by Williams in hopes to gain more downforce and grip, made by the bodywork.[6] New front wing endplates were brought by Lotus, being made to scavenge the airflow more efficiently.[7]

Entry list

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel Austria Infiniti Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB10 Renault Energy F1-2014 P
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Infiniti Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB10 Renault Energy F1-2014 P
6 Germany Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes W05 Hybrid Mercedes PU106A Hybrid P
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes W05 Hybrid Mercedes PU106A Hybrid P
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari F14 T Ferrari 059/3 P
14 Spain Fernando Alonso Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari F14 T Ferrari 059/3 P
8 France Romain Grosjean United Kingdom Lotus F1 Team Lotus E22 Renault Energy F1-2014 P
13 Venezuela Pastor Maldonado United Kingdom Lotus F1 Team Lotus E22 Renault Energy F1-2014 P
20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United Kingdom McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4-29 Mercedes PU106A Hybrid P
22 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4-29 Mercedes PU106A Hybrid P
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India VJM07 Mercedes PU106A Hybrid P
27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg India Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India VJM07 Mercedes PU106A Hybrid P
21 Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez Switzerland Sauber F1 Team Sauber C33 Ferrari 059/3 P
99 Germany Adrian Sutil Switzerland Sauber F1 Team Sauber C33 Ferrari 059/3 P
25 France Jean-Éric Vergne Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR9 Renault Energy F1-2014 P
26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR9 Renault Energy F1-2014 P
19 Brazil Felipe Massa United Kingdom Williams Martini Racing Williams FW37 Mercedes PU106A Hybrid P
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas United Kingdom Williams Martini Racing Williams FW37 Mercedes PU106A Hybrid P
4 United Kingdom Max Chilton Russia Marussia-Ferrari Marussia MR03 Ferrari 059/3 P
17 France Jules Bianchi Russia Marussia-Ferrari Marussia MR03 Ferrari 059/3 P
9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Malaysia Caterham F1 Team Caterham CT05 Renault Energy F1-2014 P
10 Japan Kamui Kobayashi Malaysia Caterham F1 Team Caterham CT05 Renault Energy F1-2014 P

Practice Overview

FP1

The first practice session took place on July 25, and lasted for 90 minutes.[8]

The fastest driver on the track was Hamilton, followed by Rosberg and Kimi Räikkönen. Following his installation lap, Chilton drove back to the pits when smoke and fire poured from the rear of his car due to an oil leak, forcing his gearbox to be changed before the end of the session.[9] He was only able to complete five timed laps, finishing 21st in front of Jules Bianchi.[10] Adrian Sutil, Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson also spun while on the track, but were all able to continue.[9] Romain Grosjean also had to finish about ten minutes before the end of the session due to an issue found on his car.[11]

FP2

The second practice session also took place on July 25, and lasted for 90 minutes.[8]

Although Hamilton was struggling with tyre grip, he was able to set the fastest time in the session, followed by Rosberg, Vettel and Alonso.[12] Magnussen out-braked himself and went across the gravel at Turn 6 during the start of the session, but was able to rejoin. Kobayashi also spun at the chicane, but was still able to continue. Ericsson went wide at Turn 11, but again rejoined. Felipe Massa had a big spin at the chicane, with his rear wing only just snapping out. He then rejoined before coming back to the pits.[11] He missed out on much of the session due to a car problem, which it was suggested by engineering boss Rob Smedley that the problem occurred in Massa's left rear tyre. Pastor Maldonado fell into the list of drivers who spun, but managed to continue, while Grosjean could not do much laps due to the Lotus team fixing his cooling system leak.[13]

FP3

The third practice session took place on July 26, and lasted for an hour.[8]

However, while driving on the circuit, he went wide at Turn 1, and later tried to get his car turned into the final turn.[14]

Practice Results

NoDriverTeamFP1 FP2 FP3
TimePosTimePosTimePos
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel Austria Red Bull-Renault 1:27.220 5 1:25.111 3 1:24.455 3
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-Renault 1:27.782 8 1:25.983 7 1:24.678 4
4 United Kingdom Max Chilton Russia Marussia-Ferrari 1:31.004 21 1:28.586 21 1:28.083 20
6 Germany Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes 1:25.997 2 1:24.720 2 1:24.095 2
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 1:26.421 3 1:25.730 6 1:24.818 7
8 France Romain Grosjean United Kingdom Lotus-Renault 1:28.593 17 1:27.021 17 1:25.859 14
9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Malaysia Caterham-Renault 1:30.892 20 1:29.036 22 1:28.605 21
10 Japan Kamui Kobayashi Malaysia Caterham-Renault 1:30.363 19 1:28.370 19 1:27.560 19
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 1:28.376 16 1:27.013 15 1:26.142 18
13 Venezuela Pastor Maldonado United Kingdom Lotus-Renault 1:28.266 14 1:27.019 16 1:25.829 13
14 Spain Fernando Alonso Italy Ferrari 1:26.872 4 1:25.437 4 1:24.769 6
17 France Jules Bianchi Russia Marussia-Ferrari 1:31.248 22 1:28.469 20 1:28.821 22
19 Brazil Felipe Massa United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:27.960 10 1:26.402 10 1:25.231 11
20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1:27.357 6 1:25.580 5 1:24.867 8
21 Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 1:27.967 11 1:27.480 18 1:26.023 16
22 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1:27.804 9 1:26.234 9 1:25.468 12
25 France Jean-Éric Vergne Italy Toro Rosso-Renault 1:27.683 7 1:26.703 12 1:25.162 9
26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Toro Rosso-Renault 1:28.208 13 1:26.689 11 1:25.170 10
27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg India Force India-Mercedes 1:28.101 12 1:26.789 13 1:26.035 17
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 1:25.814 1 1:24.482 1 1:24.048 1
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:28.330 15 1:25.999 8 1:24.685 5
99 Germany Adrian Sutil Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 1:29.025 18 1:26.919 14 1:25.934 15

Qualifying

Q1

The 107% rule was used, which each driver needed to set a time within 107% of the fastest lap so to race.[8]

Pastor Maldonado was forced to stop his car on track when its energy storage received a malfunction, and had to start 20th on the grid.[15] Others eliminated were Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson.[14]

Q2

Q2 lasted for 15 minutes. Any driver who qualified 11th or lower was eliminated at the end.[8]

He was eliminated at the end of Q2, followed by Adrian Sutil, Sergio Pérez, Esteban Gutiérrez, Romain Grosjean and Jules Bianchi.[14]

Q3

The third and final part of qualifying ran for 12 minutes, and chose the positions of the top ten drivers.[8]

Caught by the conditions, Rosberg went wide at Turn 1. Q3 was soon red-flagged when Kevin Magnussen hit the barriers at the same curve after his tyres locked up.[14] A new chassis and gearbox change meant that he had to start from the pit lane.[16] Jenson Button also went wide at Turn 1, but was able to make the corner this time. However, Fernando Alonso got caught out. By the time the session restarted, the rain had stopped.[14] Rosberg set pole position, with a time of 1:22.715. Vettel joined him on the front row.[17]

Qualifying Results

Pos. No. Driver Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Grid
Pos Time Pos Time Pos Time
1 6 Germany Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes 2 1:25.227 1 1:23.310 1 1:22.715 1
2 1 Germany Sebastian Vettel Austria Red Bull-Renault 5 1:25.662 2 1:23.606 2 1:23.201 2
3 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 6 1:25.690 4 1:23.776 3 1:23.354 3
4 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-Renault 4 1:25.495 3 1:23.676 4 1:23.391 4
5 14 Spain Fernando Alonso Italy Ferrari 10 1:26.087 6 1:24.249 5 1:23.909 5
6 19 Brazil Felipe Massa United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 14 1:26.592 5 1:24.030 6 1:24.223 6
7 22 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 15 1:26.612 7 1:24.502 7 1:24.294 7
8 25 France Jean-Éric Vergne Italy Toro Rosso-Renault 1 1:24.941 9 1:24.637 8 1:24.720 8
9 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg India Force India-Mercedes 12 1:26.149 10 1:24.647 9 1:24.775 9
10 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 13 1:26.578 8 1:24.585 10 no time PL
11 26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Toro Rosso-Renault 3 1:25.361 11 1:24.706 10
12 99 Germany Adrian Sutil Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 9 1:26.027 12 1:25.136 11
13 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 8 1:25.910 13 1:25.211 12
14 21 Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 7 1:25.709 14 1:25.260 13
15 8 France Romain Grosjean United Kingdom Lotus-Renault 11 1:26.136 15 1:25.337 14
16 17 France Jules Bianchi Russia Marussia-Ferrari 16 1:26.728 16 1:27.419 15
17 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 17 1:26.792 16
18 10 Japan Kamui Kobayashi Malaysia Caterham-Renault 18 1:27.139 17
19 4 United Kingdom Max Chilton Russia Marussia-Ferrari 19 1:27.819 18
20 9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Malaysia Caterham-Renault 20 1:28.643 19
107% time: 1:30:886
NC 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 21 no time PL*
NC 13 Venezuela Pastor Maldonado United Kingdom Lotus-Renault 22 no time 20*
Source:[18]

Notes:

Grid

Pos Pos
Driver Driver
______________
Row 1 1 ______________
Nico Rosberg 2
______________ Sebastian Vettel
Row 2 3 ______________
Valtteri Bottas 4
______________ Daniel Ricciardo
Row 3 5 ______________
Fernando Alonso 6
______________ Felipe Massa
Row 4 7 ______________
Jenson Button 8
______________ Jean-Éric Vergne
Row 5 9 ______________
Nico Hülkenberg 10
______________ Daniil Kvyat
Row 6 11 ______________
Adrian Sutil 12
______________ Sergio Pérez
Row 7 13 ______________
Esteban Gutiérrez 14
______________ Romain Grosjean
Row 8 15 ______________
Jules Bianchi 16
______________ Kimi Räikkönen
Row 9 17 ______________
Kamui Kobayashi 18
______________ Max Chilton
Row 10 19 ______________
Marcus Ericsson 20
______________ Pastor Maldonado*
Row 11 21 ______________
Kevin MagnussenPL 22
______________ Lewis Hamilton* PL

Notes:

Race

Report

The track was wet, and the area was hit by thunderstorms throughout the day. While the track temperature ranged between 27 to 28°C, the air temperature was between 20 to 21°C.[20]

As Rosberg streaked into the lead, Bottas took second from Vettel on the outside of Turn 1, and Alonso shortly overtook Vettel after the same curve, but Vettel managed to get past Alonso after Turn 5.[21] Brundle commenting, "smart thinking there from Bottas. Stayed out of the spray of the leading two and went down the outside and found the extra grip".[21]

Due to his brakes being cold, Hamilton spun on Turn 2, with the barriers lightly scraping his car's front left, and his front wing was a little bit damaged.[22] However, he was able to continue, but in last place.[22]

On lap eight, Ericsson lost control of his Caterham, and crashed at Turn 3.[21] The safety car was then deployed, to which the top four of Rosberg, Bottas, Ricciardo and Alonso.[21]

Whilst the safety car remained on the track, Grosjean's Lotus was still finding the conditions too treacherous and, like Ericsson, crashed his car at turn 3.[21]

The race was later resumed on lap 14. Jenson Button quickly passed Daniel Ricciardo to take the lead.[21] Croft noting, "He had more grip coming out of the corner on the intermediate tyres than Ricciardo had on his slicks."[21]

He came back out in 16th place, meaning that the decision by McLaren to give him intermediate tyres at his first stop had cost him greatly.[22]

By lap 22, Button had got up to 14th.[22]

Five laps after his initial incident with Hülkenberg, Pérez then lost control of his car whilst exiting the final corner. Croft described the incident as "careering across the track and slamming into the pit wall."[21] Following this incident, the safety car was once again deployed again.[21] Brundle commenting, "A lot of debris."

On the thirty third lap, Vettel had nearly identical spin to Pérez whilst exiting the final corner.[21] He lost control of his Red Bull whilst running over the kerbs, however unlike Pérez, Vettel managed to complete a 360 spin to which he kept the car out of the barriers by the slenderest of margins.[21]

A lap later, Hamilton came into the pits, coming back out behind Alonso along with jumping Rosberg. Ricciardo was then back in the lead.[22]

Rosberg had been able to make further progress, as Hamilton was almost a second ahead of him with no cars between them.[22] However, Hamilton ignored the order, as he replied on the radio: "I'm not slowing down for Nico. If he gets close enough to overtake, he can overtake me."[23] He knew that at this point, he would be racing Rosberg effectively, and did not want to get far behind the leaders by letting him pass, as being over a second ahead of him.[24] Alonso out-braked himself and cut the chicane on lap 63, but kept the lead and was not given any penalty.[22]

Ricciardo carrying immense speed then attacked Alonso on the following lap.[21] The Red Bull attacked down the inside into the first corner to which Croft noted "Alonso tries to fight but he just hasn't got the traction."[21]

Rosberg tried to get past Hamilton on the outside at Turn 2, but Hamilton squeezed Rosberg off the track, keeping third place.[21] Daniel Ricciardo won the race with 5.2 seconds behind to Fernando Alonso. Hamilton and Rosberg finished third and fourth respectively.[22]

Post-race

Following the race, it was said by Mercedes' non-executive chairman Niki Lauda that he made an agreement on Hamilton deciding to ignore team orders, explaining that the team had panicked on giving the orders.[25] Mercedes also discovered, while analysing Hamilton's engine, that it lost power after his second pit stop on lap 40. This had cost him about 0.5 seconds each lap in the rest of the race, meaning that he would have won if the problem did not occur.[26]

Results

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-Renault 70 1h 53m 05.058s 4 25
2 14 Spain Fernando Alonso Italy Ferrari 70 +5.2 5 18
3 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 70 +5.8 PL* 15
4 6 Germany Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes 70 +6.3 1 12
5 19 Brazil Felipe Massa United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 70 +29.8 6 10
6 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 70 +31.4 16 8
7 1 Germany Sebastian Vettel Austria Red Bull-Renault 70 +40.9 2 6
8 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 70 +41.3 3 4
9 25 France Jean-Éric Vergne Italy Toro Rosso-Renault 70 +58.5 8 2
10 22 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 70 +67.2 7 1
11 99 Germany Adrian Sutil Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 70 +68.1 11
12 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 70 +78.4 PL*
13 13 Venezuela Pastor Maldonado United Kingdom Lotus-Renault 70 +84.0 20
14 26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Toro Rosso-Renault 69 +1 Lap 20
15 17 France Jules Bianchi Russia Marussia-Ferrari 69 +1 Lap 15
16 4 United Kingdom Max Chilton Russia Marussia-Ferrari 69 +1 Lap 18
Ret 21 Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 32 Electrical 13
Ret 10 Japan Kamui Kobayashi Malaysia Caterham-Renault 24 Fuel system 17
Ret 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 22 Accident 12
Ret 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg India Force India-Mercedes 14 Collision 9
Ret 8 France Romain Grosjean United Kingdom Lotus-Renault 10 Spun off 14
Ret 9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Malaysia Caterham-Renault 7 Accident 19
Source:[27]

Milestones

Standings after race

Drivers' World Championship
Pos. Driver Pts +/-
1 Germany Nico Rosberg 202
2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 191
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo 131
4 Spain Fernando Alonso 115
5 Finland Valtteri Bottas 95
6 Germany Sebastian Vettel 88
7 Germany Nico Hülkenberg 69
8 United Kingdom Jenson Button 60
9 Brazil Felipe Massa 40 ▲1
10 Denmark Kevin Magnussen 37 ▼1
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez 29
12 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 27
13 France Jean-Éric Vergne 11
14 France Romain Grosjean 8
15 Russia Daniil Kvyat 6
16 France Jules Bianchi 2
17 Germany Adrian Sutil 0
18 Sweden Marcus Ericsson 0
19 Venezuela Pastor Maldonado 0
20 Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez 0
21 United Kingdom Max Chilton 0
22 Japan Kamui Kobayashi 0
Constructors' World Championship
Pos. Team Pts +/-
1 Germany Mercedes 393
2 Austria Red Bull-Renault 219
3 Italy Ferrari 142 ▲1
4 United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 135 ▼1
5 India Force India-Mercedes 98
6 United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 97
7 Italy Toro Rosso-Renault 17
8 United Kingdom Lotus-Renault 8
9 Russia Marussia-Ferrari 2
10 Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 0
11 Malaysia Caterham-Renault 0

Notes

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