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Hungarian Grand Prix 2021

Starting Grid: F1 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix

Check out the full provisional starting grid for the 2021 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring.

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Here is the provisional starting grid for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix at Silverstone.

With Lewis Hamilton taking an emphatic pole position ahead of Valtteri Bottas to make it a Mercedes front row, they'll be aiming to close up further on Red Bull in both championship battles to go into the summer break with plenty of momentum.

However, there's a 70 lap Grand Prix still to be fought out, and Red Bull won't make it easy...

Below is the very latest grid, including penalties, for Sunday's Grand Prix. Mick Schumacher is currently the only driver with a grid penalty, with the Haas driver taking a five place grid penalty for a change of gearbox. However, as he was starting from 20th anyway after missing qualifying, it's made no difference to his starting grid slot.

Starting Grid: F1 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix

Pos Driver Team
1. Hamilton Mercedes
2. Bottas Mercedes
3. Verstappen Red Bull
4. Perez Red Bull
5. Gasly AlphaTauri
6. Norris McLaren
7. Leclerc Ferrari
8. Ocon Alpine
9. Alonso Alpine
10. Vettel Aston Martin
11. Ricciardo McLaren
12. Stroll Aston Martin
13. Raikkonen Alfa Romeo
14. Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo
15. Sainz Ferrari
16. Tsunoda AlphaTauri
17. Russell Williams
18. Latifi Williams
19. Mazepin Haas
20. Schumacher* Haas

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