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2017 F1 Hungarian GP Full Timetable

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Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix the 11th round of the 2017 season, which takes place at the Hungaroring in Budapest.

Friday, July 28th 2017

07:30 Gates open
08:45-09:45 Formula One Paddock Club Pit Walkabout
10:00-11:30 Formula One 1st Free practice
11:55–12:40 FIA Formula 2 Practice Session
12:45-13:45 Formula One Paddock Club Pit Walkabout
14:00-15:30 Formula One 2nd Free practice
15:55-16:25 FIA Formula 2 Qualifiying Session
16:45-17:30 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup Practice session
17:50–18:35 GP3 Series Practice Session

Saturday, July 29th 2017

07:30 Gates open
08:30-09:15 Formula One Team Pit Stop Practice
08:30-09:35 Formula One Paddock Club Pit Walkabout
09:45-10:15 GP3 Series Qualifiying Session
11:00-12:00 Formula One 3rd Free practice
12:20-12:50 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup Qualifiying Session
12:55-13:45 Formula One Paddock Club Pit Walkabout
14:00-15:00 Formula One Qualifying Session
16:00-17:05 FIA Formula 2 First race (37 laps or 60 mins)
17:35-18:20 GP3 Series First race (22 laps or 40 mins)

Sunday, July 30th 2017

07:00 Gates open
09:10-09:45 GP3 Series Second race (17 laps or 30 mins)
10:20-11:10 FIA Formula 2 Second Race (28 laps or 45 mins)
11:30-12:05 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup Race (14 laps or 30 mins)
12:20-13:05 Formula One Paddock Club Pit Walkabout
12:30 Formula One Drivers track parade
13:00-13:15 Formula One Grid presentation
13:30 Formula One Pit lane open
13:40 Formula One Pit lane closed Grid formation
14:00 Formula One Pirelli Grand Prix of Hungary (70 laps or 120 mins)
~ 16:00 Formula One Winners ceremony

HUNGARORING

Length of lap: 4.381km
Lap record: 1:19.071 (Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 2004)
Start line/finish line offset: 0.040km
Total number of race laps: 70
Total race distance: 306.630km
Pitlane speed limits: 80km/h in practice, qualifying, and the race

CIRCUIT NOTES

► The tyre barriers have been increased in depth in places around the outside of Turns 1, 2, 4, 10, 11 and 12.
► A new debris fence has been installed on the left on the approach to Turn 1.
► New double kerbs have been installed on the exit of Turns 4 and 11.

DRS ZONE

► There will be two DRS zones at the Hungaroring, sharing a detection point 5m before Turn 14.
Activation points are 130m after the apex of Turn 14 and 6m after the apex of Turn One.

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