George Russell has made a name for himself as 'Mr Saturday' thanks to his exploits in qualifying since he arrived in Formula 1, the Williams racer seemingly able to squeeze every last drop of speed out of his car on one-lap, high-speed runs in qualifying.

    So ahead of this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix, let's go onboard with the Brit to see how to nail a brilliant lap of the Hungaroring, and compare a decent lap from Q1 last year, to a much better one from Q2, when Russell qualified 12th on the grid.

    Racer and commentator Alex Brundle is your guide as the laps play out, providing expert analysis and pointing out where Russell is making the difference to turn a good lap into a great one. Hit play on the video above to see just how it's done...

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