D he Formula 1 fans are currently being spoiled. The Hungarian Grand Prix was the fourth exciting race in a row. It was only shortly before the checkered flag that it became clear which three pilots were allowed to celebrate on the podium - and in which order. In the end, the strategy was decisive.
The race on the Hungaroring naturally provided our experts with a lot to talk about. The engineers' decisions in particular were hotly debated. The big question was whether Red Bull could not have defended itself better against the Mercedes tactics?
Alarm in Maranello
Of course we are also taking a closer look at Ferrari. The gap between the red cars and Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen on the top two steps of the podium was striking. Was the bad pace representative? Why is nothing going on with the technicians? And don't the alarm bells have to start ringing in Maranello?
Another loser in the Budapest race was Valtteri Bottas. The Finn's poor performance could cost him the cockpit at Mercedes. That's why Michael Schmidt takes a close look at the current developments on the Formula 1 transfer market. Take a look!