Hungary driver ratings

Round 8: who did and who did not live up to expectations?

Let’s have a look at how well each driver did in the previous round.

Top performers

Lando Norris

Showed stellar pace in the wet conditions, but de Vries was on another planet in the dry and that cost him the win. He gained three positions in the sprint race to increase his points haul in a weekend where Russell scored only one point.

Nyck de Vries

Starting third, he rose to second in the wet part of the feature race and then turned a 14s deficit to a 16s advantage to win. He only gained one position in the sprint race which was due to Markelov finishing his tyres.

Flop performers

Nicholas Latifi

He qualified right behind his team mate but that was due to Albon underperforming by his standards. He suffered a DNF which probably didn’t cost him any points on Saturday, and finished ahead of the sole Fuoco on Sunday.

Maximilian Günther

Silverstone’s sprint winner had an anonymous weekend in Hungary, finishing in the lower part of the timesheets in all sessions.

Hungary driver ratings

Artem Markelov 6

Tadasuke Makino 6

Sean Gelael 5

Nyck de Vries 8

Alexander Albon 7.5

Nicholas Latifi 4.5

Jack Aitken 6.5

George Russell 7

Roberto Merhi 7

Ralph Boschung 4.5

Maximilian Günther 4.5

Nirei Fukuzumi 7

Luca Ghiotto 7.5

Roy Nissany 5

Arjun Maini 5.5

Alessio Lorandi 6

Sergio Sette Camara 6.5

Lando Norris 8

Louis Deletraz 5.5

Antonio Fuoco 6.5

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