The historic first double header Grand Prix start to the season in Austria is already a thing of the past, with this weekend seeing the 2020 Formula One circus hit the tight and twisty Hungaroring Circuit, and more than a few drivers are ready to prove a point.
Chief of those looking to put right the wrongs of Austria will be Ferrari, the Scuderia having endured a torrid start to the new season with first a woefully under-performing car, then compounding their misery further with seemingly magnetic drivers that performed miracles last time out to destroy any hopes of the famous Italian team correlating data regarding their new aerodynamic updates brought to the car.
With continued rumours linking Sebastian Vettel to a drive with the Aston Martin team for next year, this weekend could be a big one for the German as he looks to reestablish his race winning credentials following a difficult couple of seasons with the red team.
Someone else who will be looking to expand upon their reputation is Englishman and newly confirmed for a third season at Williams driver George Russell, the 2018 F2 champion will be keen to push on from a much more competitive showing last time out in the Stryian Grand Prix, as the 22-year-old finally seems to have a car underneath him capable of challenge others within the lower midfield.
Will the Hungaroring open up an opportunity for Red Bull? Can Ferrari fight back? Are McLaren able to continue their outstanding start to the year? All these questions and more will be answered at the chequered flag on Sunday afternoon.
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