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read this He managed a time towards the end of the session that was only 0.2secs off his best. "Red Bull really seem to have got on top of this revised tyre. They are looking pretty strong," said BBC F1 technical analyst Gary Anderson. Hungarian Grand Prix, day one Friday 26 July: First practice at 08:55 BST on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra plus live text commentary online. Second practice at 12:55 BST on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra plus live text commentary online Hungarian Grand Prix, day two Saturday 27 July: Final practice at 10:15 BST on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra plus live text commentary online. Qualifying at 12:55 BST on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra plus live text commentary online.
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F1: Paul Di Resta Hungary for more points
The introduction of new Pirelli tyres this weekend, after a spate of blowouts at last book month's British Grand Prix led to emergency changes in Germany, could help him further. Vettel was fastest in a test of the new tyres, which marry the 2012 structure with 2013 compounds to produce less degradation, at Silverstone last week although his main race rivals were absent. Image: Sebastian Vettel Prev Next Mercedes, who were not allowed to test at Silverstone as punishment for a 'secret' test with Pirelli in June, will have to wait and see but their strength in qualifying up to now should stand them in good stead. Lewis Hamilton is chasing his third pole in a row with Mercedes and has won three times in Hungary but that was with McLaren, who have won six times in the last eight years but are currently a long way from where they want to be. "We have a number of challenges to overcome," said Mercedes motorsport head Toto Wolff.
I love the track in Hungary, and traditionally we go quite well there, Di Resta, who finished seventh at the Hungaroring in 2011, said yesterday. And I think, despite the disappointments of Germany, when we really lost points simply because the tyres lost grip over the closing three laps, well be right back on the pace this weekend. Having said that, the biggest challenge were going to have is getting used to the new Pirelli tyres which will be introduced for this race. Its going to be a learning experience for everyone, but Im confident were up to the challenge. We learned a huge amount at the tyre test at Silverstone earlier this month, so were targeting Q3 in qualifying, [source] then take the race from there. Di Resta admitted he enjoys the challenge of the tight, twisty Hungaroring track, which has a reputation for being one of the most difficult to overtake on. Physically and mentally its a very demanding track, he continued.