Lewis Hamilton leads for McLaren Mercedes from pole to podium in 2012 Hungarian Grand Prix
Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix saw Lewis Hamilton lead at the fore ahead of two Lotus drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean. This is his second…
Hamilton was fastest in both practice sessions held on Friday, and also in qualifying. He started at pole and only briefly lagged being for two pit stops before surging ahead. Force India has however fallen behind Williams by 6 points as they were unsuccessful in scoring even a single point at the Hungarian GP. Nico Hulkenberg stood in 11th position ahead of his teammate Paul di Resta.
This is the fourth time in the season that Force India has returned without scoring any points in a race. India’s Narain Karthikeyan too was unsuccessful as he was forced to retire with just five laps to go after experiences damage to the left front suspension. Michael Schumacher had to retire after his Mercedes suffered from engine problems even before the start of the race.