Formula 1 in Hungary - these are the press comments on the race
In the Formula 1 race at the Hungaroring, world champion Lewis Hamilton has been able to beat Max Verstappen, who was leading the race shortly before the race, thanks to a clever strategy from his racing team. The Mercedes driver secured the eighth win of the season after a long race to catch up.
The Ferraris of Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc landed with more than a minute behind in places three and four.
These are the press reviews Grand Prix of Hungary:
"La Repubblica": "The old man beats the young man with strength and experience." Lewis Hamilton, 34 and five world champion titles, overtakes 21-year-old Pole man Max Verstappen and wins the Hungarian Grand Prix. (...) The Ferrari spectator of the fight another."
"Gazzetta dello Sport": "The young lion Max Verstappen against the rock star Lewis Hamilton, the champion of tomorrow against yesterday and today In Hungary, an epochal battle took place, which lasted the breath for 70 rounds and the usual drowsy procession at Hungaroring in a rousing Turned race. "
"The Guardian": "The race was thrilling, tense and almost impossible to predict by the final lap, and even Hamilton doubted if he could do it - but if the World Champion and Mercedes are so good, they are unbeatable."
"The Telegraph": "The duel between the five-time world champion and his alleged heir (Verstappen) was so intense that the duo finished with more than a minute ahead of everyone else."
"Marca": The Hungarian Grand Prix has marked the moment this season, when Red Bull overtook Ferrari. The red team has succumbed to the melancholy that comes with them when they are no longer fighting for the title and in the end they can even miss the vice-championship. "
"Sport Express": "The race at the Hungaroring will be remembered as an overwhelming tactical battle, and the battle for the lead between 'Red Bull' and 'Mercedes' was not quite what many had expected, with Max Verstappen falling victim to the strategic Cleverness of Lewis Hamilton's team. "
"View": "What a hot rubber battle at the GP Hungary in Budapest, with a better ending for Lewis Hamilton (34)." The World Championship leader indulges in the Mercedes with a strategic super-performance in the king's duel with Max Verstappen his 7th victory in Hungary This is already his 81st career triumph - there are only ten left on the 91 record wins by Michael Schumacher. "