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Sport International Press Voices at the Grand Prix of Hungary

13:00  01 august  2022
13:00  01 august  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Formula 1 World Champion Max Verstappen, thanks to a strong catch-up hunting, won the Hungarian Grand Prix and further expanded its World Cup lead. The Dutch fought forward in his Red Bull on Sunday from starting place ten.

Der Niederländer Max Verstappen vom Team Red Bull überquert als Sieger die Ziellinie in Ungarn. © Attila Kisbenedek/Pool AFP/AP/dpa The Dutch Max Verstappen from Team Red Bull crosses the finish line in Hungary as the winner.

in Budapest, the 24-year-old referred the British Lewis Hamilton to second place in Mercedes. Third place of his compatriot George Russell in the second silver arrow. The International Press writes:

Great Britain:

"Daily Mirror": "Max Verstappen survives Dreher and wins the Grand Prix of Hungary as he ward off Lewis Hamilton's attack."

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"Daily Mail": "Max Verstappen takes up breathtaking victory at the GP from Hungary from far behind 10, Lewis Hamilton overtakes his Mercedes teammate George Russell in the event of a brilliant final spurt and becomes the second."

France:

«L'équipe»: «The Dutch driver Max Verstappen (Red Bull) once again used Ferrari's strategic mistakes for himself on Sunday at the Hungary's Grand Prix.»

Italy:

"La Gazzetta dello Sport": "Red Disaster. The next own goal of Ferrari. The red down. After a flop strategy, Leclerc says goodbye to the World Cup title. The race in Budapest is part of the horror (and the mistakes) of a season that had started under a good star (two victories and a second place in the first three races), which were increasingly complicated by breakdown, wrong strategies And mistakes of the pilots. "

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«Tuttosport»: «The Ferrari disaster in the box is complete: it is enough! It doesn't help just to have the best car. The car was there, the pilot was there. But where was the team? Ferrari collects the worst defeat of the season in Hungary, a real disaster, born from an incomprehensible strategy. »

"Corriere dello Sport": "Disaster Ferrari, nothing works anymore!"

«Corriere della Sera»: «Red down. Slowly it becomes clear that something or someone in the strategy department does not work. And it's not about finding a scapegoat. »

«La Repubblica»: «A misstep. And even more: Ferrari shoots an own goal. The already complicated World Cup is moving like a Fata Morgana. »

Netherlands:

de Telegraaf: «Thanks to a previously not expected but sensational race on Hungaroring, Ferrari received a right hook. (...) This distinguishes the real master. Back come back more after a moderate day or moderate result, regardless of the reason. In his eighth season as a Formula 1 driver, Verstappen is still able to amaze people around him. Even the biggest "hater" has to raise respect deep inside. »

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de Volkskrant: "In the GP of Hungary, the F1 driver demonstrated that he has only gotten better as a world champion (...) he seems to be freed, he only makes mistakes rarely and races he drives more carefully.»

Algemeen Dagblad: «The way that Max Verstappen won the Grand Prix of Hungary was very close to perfection. And that while his competitors of Ferrari once again screw it up. That seems to be the mercy in the fight for the World Cup title. »

Spain:

«Mundo Deportivo»: «It is said that the big champions are those who are not wrong in key moments. Max Verstappen and Red Bull are clear examples of this. (...) The Dutch delivered a concert this Sunday and won the Grand Prix of Hungary against Russell (second) and Lewis Hamilton (third). Not even a Ferrari stood on the pedestal, not one! Strange but true."

«Sport»: «Logic is not for Max Verstappen. And not for Ferrari either. In Hungary this weekend everything indicated a double victory for Scuderia and many problems for the Red Bull leader (...). But in the hour of truth, the Dutch was able to read the race on the Hungaroring better than any other and won the eighth of the season for him, who could be worth a championship. »

Austria:

«Kurier»: «The Ferrari team is noticeable this year due to extremely social behavior. The Italians seem to be in a mood, because with mistakes you primarily give Red Bull and Max Verstappen with victories. »

Switzerland:

«Blick»: «Verstappen wins after a mega catch-up in Budapest»

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