There was drama before we'd even seen the lights go out in Hungary last year. A slippery Hungaroring circuit saw Max make contact with the barrier on his way to the grid, sparking one of the greatest demonstrations of speed and skill from his mechanics. F1 had rarely seen anything like it!
A rapid repair of the front-left side of Max's car saw him able to take the start and power on to a P2 finish. You should watch the relevant F1 video on their YouTube, it's really good.
A Monaco-like challenge, the Hungarian circuit can be a difficult place to overtake at the best of times. Seeing us take our first pole position in 2019 since our return to the sport in 2015, we’ll be looking to turn everything up during Saturdays qualifying to put us in a strong position again come Sunday. The 14 corner track has seen 6 Honda victories in its long history, including Jenson Button’s iconic maiden win in 2006.