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Hungarian Grand Prix 2022

What time does the 2022 F1 Hungarian GP start?

The 2022 Formula 1 season heads towards its 13th round with the Hungarian Grand Prix. Here is everything you need to know about what time the race starts on Sunday.

Hungary 2021 start
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F1 makes its annual visit to Budapest for the final race before the summer break; the Hungarian Grand Prix.

The Hungaroring has been a permanent fixture on the F1 calendar since 1986, with a thrilling layout (often likened to a kart track), tough overtaking challenges and scope for adverse weather making it a classic venue.

Max Verstappen made huge strides at the top of the Drivers' Championship last time out in France, but can he extend his 63-point lead before going into the four-week break?

Teams and drivers have suggested that the Hungaroring will be a Ferrari circuit, so can Charles Leclerc or Carlos Sainz fight back against the Red Bulls?

When is the 2022 Hungarian GP?

The 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix will be staged across the weekend of 29-31 July.

There will be the usual format in place, with two practice sessions held on Friday, followed by FP3 and qualifying on Saturday, and the main event on Sunday.

How many laps is the Hungarian GP?

The race will take place over 70 laps of the 4.381-kilometre Hungaroring, with a maximum race time of two hours if there are any stoppages or delays.

What time does the Hungarian GP start?

Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix will start at 15:00 local time (14:00 BST).

Below are the start times for the race for various time zones across the world.

2022 F1 Hungarian GP start times

Time zone Race start time
Pacific Daylight Time 06:00
Central Daylight Time 08:00
Eastern Daylight Time 09:00
Brasilia Time 10:00
British Summer Time 14:00
Central European Summer Time 15:00
Gulf Standard Time 17:00
India Standard Time 18:30
Western Indonesian Time 20:00
China Standard Time 21:00
Korea Standard Time 22:00
Australian Eastern Standard Time 23:00
New Zealand Time 01:00 (Monday)

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