The Hungarian Grand Prix is just around the corner, with teams and drivers eager to go into the summer break with a strong result. Following a dramatic qualifying session on Saturday, which saw Lewis Hamilton make a fiery exit from Q1, could today's main event throw up a few shocks and surprises? We certainly hope so.
The Brit will be starting from the pit lane after chassis, gearbox and engine changes, with his team-mate lining up at the very front of the field for the sixth time in 2014. Sebastian Vettel will start in second place, with Valtteri Bottas lining up in third.
Daniel Ricciardo was fourth fastest in qualifying, with Fernando Alonso sixth and Jenson Button seventh for Ferrari...
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