The 2021 Hungarian F1 Grand Prix will take place at the Hungaroring – a tight and twisty circuit situated just outside Budapest where the event has been held since 1986. It’s been a happy hunting ground for Lewis Hamilton who has won the last three races there and eight in total.
Monaco without walls is just one of the nicknames given to the 4.381km track that demands a high-downforce package in order to cope with a myriad of sharp corners and hairpins.
Work began on the purpose-built facility in 1985, and it hosted its first F1 race less than a year later when Nelson Piquet overtook Ayrton Senna around the outside of Turn 1 in dramatic fashion.
Follow us as we, along with World's Fastest Gamer and current Porsche Cup star Rudy Van Buren, take you on a lap around the Budapest circuit in the video below.