As his Japanese team prepares for the 11th race of the 2008 Formula One season, Honda reserve Alexander Wurz finds time to talk us round a flying lap of the Hungaroring
The Hungarian Grand Prix is an enjoyable race because Budapest is a beautiful city and the Hungaroring is a super-cool track. There are no proper straights on the lap and many of the corners are...»
The eleventh round of the 2008 FIA Formula One season takes place at the Hungaroring, a circuit located near to the Hungarian city of Budapest, and Bridgestone relishes the challenge of a circuit which presents a unique set of challenges.
The Hungaroring is certainly a difficult circuit to master from a tyre perspective, and for a number of reasons, says Hirohide...»