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Session Reports

Hamilton heads up Hungary GP procession

Hamilton heads up Hungary GP procession

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton secured a lights-to-flag win in the Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring, to wrap up his second win of the season, but Fernando Alonso extended his championship lead despite finishing down in fifth place.

 

Hamilton claims dominant pole in Hungary

Hamilton claims dominant pole in Hungary

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton was the class of the field throughout qualifying in Hungary, securing his third pole position of the season to underline McLaren's recent fightback and give his championship rivals something to think about as well.

Webber moves ahead in tight final practice

Webber moves ahead in tight final practice

Red Bull driver Mark Webber topped the times in the final practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix, with the Australian driver ending up a fraction clear of Friday dominator Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull team mate Sebastian Vettel.

Hamilton completes Friday practice sweep

Hamilton completes Friday practice sweep

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton remained the class of the field in the second Friday practice session at the Hungaroring, topping the times in the session as a mid-race rain shower then ruined the later stages of the running for everyone.

Hamilton top as Maccas boss first practice

Hamilton top as Maccas boss first practice

The McLaren team set a dominant pace in the opening practice session for this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix, with Lewis Hamilton pipping team mate Jenson Button to the top spot, as their rivals found themselves toiling in their wake.

Alonso fends off rivals to take German win

Alonso fends off rivals to take German win

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso put in a perfect drive under pressure from McLaren's Jenson Button and Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel to secure his third win of the 2012 season at Hockenheim, extending his lead in the championship in the process.

Alonso slip-slides to back-to-back poles

Alonso slip-slides to back-to-back poles

Championship leader Fernando Alonso produced a virtuoso performance in a soaking wet Q3 session at Hockenheim to secure his second pole position in as many races for the Ferrari team, beating his Red Bull rivals to top spot with ease.

Alonso tops confused final practice session

Alonso tops confused final practice session

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso finished ahead of the pack in the Saturday morning practice session for the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim, as the threat of rain caused some hectic lapping and a few surprises in the final order.

Malders tops rain-hit Germany FP2 session

Malders tops rain-hit Germany FP2 session

Williams driver Pastor Maldonado was the name that ended fastest overall in a mid-session timesheet lottery during a weather-affected second Friday practice session at Hockenheim, while one home favourite ended the day in the barriers.

Button leads McLaren 1-2 in first practice

Button leads McLaren 1-2 in first practice

An early lap from Jenson Button was enough to see him top the times in the opening practice session for the German GP ahead of team mate Lewis Hamilton, though showers throughout the session disrupted the running and mixed up the order.

Webber chases down Alonso for Silvy win

Webber chases down Alonso for Silvy win

Mark Webber made a better strategy pay off to chase down Fernando Alonso and claim his second British GP win, closing the gap in the championship to 13 points.  Sebastian Vettel completed the podium while it was a day to forget for McLaren.

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