Date: Sunday, July 27
Start Time: 8 a.m. ET
Site: Hungaroring -- Budapest, Hungary
Track: 4.381 km (2.722 miles), 14-turn road course
Miles: 190.540 (306.630 km)
On TV: CNBC
Race record: Michael Schumacher, 2004 (1 hr., 35 mins., 26.131 secs.)
Qualifying record: Rubens Barrichello, 2002 (1 min., 13.333 secs.)
Defending champion: Lewis Hamilton
Runner up: Kimi Raikkonen
Pole winner: Lewis Hamilton (1:19.388)
1. Lewis Hamilton (Start: 1)
2. Kimi Raikkonen (6)
3. Sebastian Vettel (2)
4. Mark Webber (10)
5. Fernando Alonso (5)
6. Romain Grosjean (3)
7. Jenson Button (13)
8. Felipe Massa (7)
9. Sergio Perez (9)
10. Pastor Maldonado (15)
Average speed: 179.506 kph
Time of race: 1 hr., 42 mins., 29.445 secs.
Margin of victory: 10.938 secs.
2013 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 179.506 kph/1:42:29.445
2012 Lewis Hamilton, McLaren-Mercedes, 179.390 kph/1:41:05.503
2011 Jenson Button, McLaren-Mercedes, 172.416 kph/1:46:42.337
2010 Mark Webber, Red Bull Renault, 181.989 kph/1:41:5.571
2009 Lewis Hamilton, McLaren-Mercedes, 186.973 kph/1:38:23.876
2008 Heikki Kovalainen, McLaren-Mercedes, 188.790 kph/1:37:27.067
2007 Lewis Hamilton, McLaren-Mercedes, 191.897 kph/1:35:52.991
2006 Jenson Button, Honda, 163.773 kph/1:52:20.941
2005 Kimi Raikkonen, McLaren-Mercedes, 188.859 kph/1:37:25.552
2004 Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 192.798 kph/1:35:26.131
2003 Fernando Alonso, Renault, 185.810 kph/1:39:01.460
2002 Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari, 1:41:49.001
2001 Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 1:41:49.675
2000 Mika Hakkinen, McLaren-Mercedes, 1:45:33.869
1999 Mika Hakkinen, McLaren-Mercedes, 1:46:23.536
1998 Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 1:45:25.550
1997 Jacques Villeneuve, Williams-Renault, 1:45:47.149
1996 Jacques Villeneuve, Williams-Renault, 1:46:21.134
1995 Damon Hill, Williams-Renault, 1:46:25.721
1994 Michael Schumacher, Benetton-Ford, 1:48:00.185
1993 Damon Hill, Williams-Renault, 1:47:39.09
1992 Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda, 1:46:19.216
1991 Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda, 1:49:12.796
1990 Thierry Boutsen, Williams-Renault, 1:49:30.597
1989 Nigel Mansell, Ferrari, 1:49:38.650
1988 Ayrton Senna, McLaren-Honda, 1:57:47.081
1987 Nelson Piquet, Williams-Honda, 1:59:26.793
1986 Nelson Piquet, Williams-Honda, 2:00:34.508
Race: German Grand Prix (July 20)
Site: Hockenheimring -- Hockenheim, Germany
Miles: 190.4 (306.458 km)
Finish line order: Nico Rosberg, Valtteri Bottas, Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso
Time of Race: 1 hr., 33 mins., 42.914 secs.
Average speed: 196.205 kph
Margin of victory: 20.789 secs.
#1 Sebastian Vettel (Heppenheim, Germ) Red Bull Racing-Renault
#3 Daniel Ricciardo (Perth, Australia) Red Bull Racing-Renault
#4 Jules Bianchi (Nice, France) Marussia-Ferrari
#6 Nico Rosberg (Wiesbaden, Germany) Mercedes
#7 Kimi Raikkonen (Espoo, Finland) Ferrari
#8 Romain Grosjean (Geneva,Switzerland) Lotus-Renault
#9 Marcus Ericsson (Kumla, Sweden) Caterham-Renault
#10 Kamui Kobayashi (Hyogo, Japan) Caterham-Renault
#11 Sergio Perez (Guadalajara, Mexico) Force India-Mercedes
#13 Pastor Maldonado (Maracay,Venezuela) Lotus-Renault
#14 Fernando Alonso (Oviedo, Spain) Ferrari
#17 Jules Bianchi (Nice, France) Marussia-Ferrari
#19 Felipe Massa (Sao Paulo, Brazil) Williams-Mercedes
#20 Kevin Magnussen (Roskilde, Denmark) McLaren-Mercedes
#21 Esteban Gutierrez (Monterrey, Mexico Sauber-Ferrari
#22 Jenson Button (Frome, England) McLaren-Mercedes
#25 Jean-Eric Vergne (Pontoise, France) Toro Rosso-Renault
#26 Daniil Kvyat (Bashkortostan, Russia) Toro Rosso-Renault
#27 Nico Hulkenberg (Emmerich, Germany) Force India-Mercedes
#44 * Lewis Hamilton (Stevenage, England) Mercedes
#77 Valtteri Bottas (Nastola, Finland) Williams-Mercedes
#99 Adrian Sutil (Starnberg, Germany) Sauber-Ferrari
There have been 28 previous Hungarian GPs, and all of them have been contested on the Hungaroring circuit. Monza (Italian Grand Prix) and Monte Carlo (Monaco Grand Prix) are the only circuits with a longer run of consecutive races.
Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton share the record for most victories in the Hungarian GP with four each. Hamilton has won this race the past two years.
McLaren leads all constructors with 11 victories in the Hungarian GP. Williams is next in line with seven wins, followed by Ferrari with five. McLaren has won six of the last nine races in Hungary.
Fernando Alonso set the record as the youngest driver to win a F1 grand prix when he took the checkered flag in Hungary in 2003. Driving for Renault, Alonso's maiden F1 victory came when he was 22 years and 26 days old. Sebastian Vettel surpassed that record five years later when he won the Italian Grand Prix at the age of 21 years and 73 days old. Vettel drove for Toro Rosso in 2008.
Damon Hill also scored his first career F1 victory in the Hungarian GP in 1993, driving for Williams. Hill became the first son of a former world champion (Graham Hill) to win a grand prix.
Jenson Button's victory in the 2006 Hungarian GP -- the first win of his F1 career -- came from the 14th starting position, which is the furthest back a driver has started and won this event. Button drove for Honda that year. Nigel Mansell claimed the victory in the Hungarian GP from the 12th starting spot in 1989, driving for Ferrari. All other Hungarian GPs have been won from a starting position no worse than fourth.
Hamilton's win in the 2009 Hungarian GP was the first F1 victory for a car equipped with a Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS). He drove for McLaren at the time.
Four-time F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel has yet to win the Hungarian GP. Prior to 2014, during his first five seasons as a Red Bull driver, Vettel claimed at least one victory in every other country to host a grand prix.
F1 takes a three-week "summer vacation" before round 12 in this year's world championship, which will be on Aug.24 with the Belgian Grand Prix in Spa, Belgium. Vettel won last year's race there, beginning a record-tying streak of nine victories to finish the 2013 season.