Jules Bianchi will start tomorrow’s 70 lap Hungarian Grand Prix from row eight of the grid, after storming through to Q2 for the second time this season and delivering a qualifying lap good for 16th place.
His teammate Max Chilton had a tougher session. Having improved his car steadily through free practice, as he embarked on his second flying lap his car suffered an electrical problem which left him with no power and he was forced to limp home, unable to realise the potential of his qualifying package.
Jules Bianchi #17: “I’m really, really happy to be starting the race from 16th position, after making it to Q2 once more, and in the dry, without any tricky conditions....
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