Five drivers avoid Hungary grid drops over 107% rule

Daniel Ricciardo, Max Verstappen, Nico Hulkenberg, Valtteri Bottas and Sergio Perez have all avoided grid drops for Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix despite failing to lap within 107% of the fastest time in Q1. 353 more words

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VIDEO: Paragliding Acrobatics Above Europe's Highest Mountain - Mt. Blanc

Gnarly airborne takeoffs for these acrobatic paragliders over Europe’s highest mountain. Follow along with Tim Alongi, Francois Ragolski and Martin Schricke as they buzz towers and get inverted over the majestic Alps.

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Falko. Cape Flats, South Africa. Graffiti Artist.

He has been a graffiti artists for over 25 years. He has painted all over the world. He is currently travelling around South Africa painting as he goes. 130 more words

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#F1 Qualifying Review: 2016 FORMULA 1 MAGYAR NAGDIJ


Brought to you by TheJudge13 contributor Mattpt55

Ambient 22° Track 27° Humidity 89% Wind 3.4 m/s

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30 minutes to Quali and the clouds poured in, smashing rain down on the brand new tarmac and delaying qualifying, sending Sky into their big bag of tricks to keep viewers entertained. 1,859 more words

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Max Verstappen brille aux EL3!

Mercedes et Red Bull ont l’avantage. Lewis Hamilton et Ferrari sont en retrait. Fernando Alonso se maintient dans le top 10. A l’heure des essais qualificatifs, tous les regards seront rivés sur Max Verstappen après sa superbe performance de ce matin. 291 more words

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Walter Buchignani: Door opens at Hungarian Grand Prix

Sad but true: There are not too many opportunities in Formula One these days to beat Mercedes on merit.

The Silver Arrows have won nine of 10 races this season, continuing their domination since the move to V6 hybrid engines in 2014. 670 more words

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Red Bulletin: Jack Huston interview, US Edition

Please click the image above for my interview with “Ben-Hur” star Jack Huston in the August US edition of Red Bulletin. An expanded version of this interview will appear in the UK edition in September.

James Luxford