The last date on the Formula 1 calendar prior to the stoppage of almost a month is the Hungarian Grand Prix and it will take place this weekend at the Budapest circuit and it is the 13th of 22 that the championship has whose leader of the driver’s table is the Dutch Max Verstappen ahead of the Mexican Sergio Perez and the Monegasque Charles Leclerc; the team Red Bull rules in the constructors’ classification.
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Verstappen is the one who reached the most podiums so far this season with nine in 12 races (the exceptions being Bahrain, Australia and Great Britain). In second place, with six podiums each, appear Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez (finished fourth) and Sainz Jr. (finished in fifth position). George Russell, for his part, got into the top three for the fourth time so far in the World Cup after what was done in Azerbaijan, Spain and Australia).
After the Hungarian GP, Formula 1 will resume the calendar at the end of August in Belgium. The 14th day will be between days 26 and 28. Then there will be dates on September 4 in the Netherlands, on the 11th of the same month in Italy and on October 2 in Singapore.