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Hungarian GP: Race notes - Pirelli

three-stop strategy was theoretically fastest for the 70-lap race with a two-stop strategy likely to avoid the risk of getting caught up in traffic. This was based on the assumption that it would be a dry race which it was only after the first eight laps.In the end, Daniel Ricciardo won the race by doing a three-stop starting on the intermediate tyre and then completing three stints on the soft tyre, changing on laps eight, 23 and 54.
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