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Marussia hoping for more Monte magic

Comparisons abound between the venues for the Monaco and Hungarian grands prix, and the Marussia F1 team heads to Budapest hoping to come away with a similar result to the one earned on the streets of the Principality in May. While clearly not a 'race around the houses', the Hungaroring is the slowest permanent circuit on the F1 schedule and features a lap frequently described as 'tortuous' by teams and drivers alike. Having claimed an unexpected ninth place in Monaco, Marussia is hoping that history repeats at the venue most closely replicating the most famous street circuit in the world. “The Hungarian Grand Prix takes place on one of the most tortuous layouts on the world championship...
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