1. The last two winners of this race started from positions 8 (Esteban Ocon) and 10 (Max Verstappen).
2. Max Verstappen is the first driver in over two decades to win five consecutive races from pole position. Another win from pole position this weekend could see him equal Michael Schumacher’s 2000-01 record of six wins.
3. If the Dutchman finishes on the podium it would be his 12th consecutive podium in Formula 1. Only three other drivers have had more consecutive podiums – Michael Schumacher (19), Lewis Hamilton (16), Fernando Alonso (15) .
4. Victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix would make Red Bull the first team in history to have 12 consecutive race wins.
5. This would also make them the second team after McLaren to win the first eleven races of a season.
6. A podium for one of the drivers would make the team the fifth in F1 history to have achieved 250 podiums.
7. McLaren, Ferrari and Mercedes have the most pole positions here with eight pole positions each.
8. The third-place driver has won more races here (8) than the second-place driver (6).
9. Fernando Alonso took his first Formula 1 win at the Hungaroring in 2003 and has scored a goal at every Hungarian GP he has competed in since 2010
10. Carlos Sainz has scored in each of his last seven visits to Hungary.
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