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OFFICIAL GRID – Who starts where in Hungary, with five teams in the top six

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BUDAPEST, HUNGARY - JULY 22: Zhou Guanyu of China and Alfa Romeo F1 prepares to drive in the garage

Qualifying sessions don't come much closer than the one we saw in Hungary, with Lewis Hamilton edging out Max Verstappen for pole position by just 0.003s. But that wasn't the only unexpected storyline...

REPORT: Hamilton beats Verstappen and Norris to Hungarian GP pole in qualifying thriller

How about two Alfa Romeos in the top 10, with Zhou Guanyu (pictured above) a career-best fifth and Valtteri Bottas seventh? Or how about George Russell failing to make it out of Q1 in the second Mercedes? Or Sergio Perez back into Q3 at last, with P9 for Red Bull?

Hungary 2023

Starting Grid

PositionTeam NameTime
1HAM1:16.609
2VER1:16.612
3NOR1:16.694
4PIA1:16.905
5ZHO1:16.971
6LEC1:16.992
7BOT1:17.034
8ALO1:17.035
9PER1:17.045
10HUL1:17.186
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The 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix starts at 1500 local time. Be sure to join our live coverage from 1400 here.

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