Hungarian Grand Prix preview - all you need to know

The Hungarian Grand Prix is 70 laps long and consists of 14 turns

Circuit distance: 4.381km

Lap record: 1:19.071 (Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 2004)

The race first joined the F1 calendar in 1986, and has since been ever-present

The Hungaroring would have to be laid end-to-end 653 times to equal the 2860km length of the Danube river

Just 3 Hungarian GPs have been wet. The race avoided rain for its first 20 years but not in 2006, 2011 and 2014

The race in 1986 marked F1's first foray behind the 'Iron Curtain' and into Soviet-controlled territory

Hungarian Erno Rubik invented the Rubik's cube

200,000 turned out for the inaugural 1986 race

Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher share the record for most wins at the Hungarian Grand Prix with four victories, while McLaren are the most successful of the constructors with 11

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