Formula 1 Hungarian GP 2017 Final Race Live Stream July 30, 2017, Schedule And Qualifying Race Results & Highlights


Formula 1 Hungarian GP 2017 Final Race Live Stream, Schedule And Qualifying Race Results & Highlights: Ferrari Picks Up The Pace at Right Time to Make a 1-2 Start in Final Race.

Ferrari brought their A game to qualifying race of Hungarian GP 2017 and made and a 1-2 finish. Sebastian Vettel clocked the fastest lap to take pole position and Kimi Raikkonen finished second. Valtteri Bottas was third and Hamilton was in the fourth position. Red Bull couldn’t hold to their practice race performance and slipped to the 5th and 6th position. The final race is tomorrow on Sunday, July 30, 2017. Sportsfeista brings you Hungarian GP 2017 Final Race Live Stream information.

 

 

 

Hungarian GP 2017 Final Race Live Stream:

Live streaming of  Hungarian GP 2017 is available at Hotstar, Tenplay, Skysports, Foxsports, NBCsports. The live telecast rights of Hungarian Grand Prix in Canada are with TSN and RDS sports In India with Stars Sports Network, in UK Skysports EU Skysports & Channel4 for USA NBC Sports, in Australia Foxsports, In Azerbaijan, Idman TV and Setanta Sports will broadcast the race and In Austria Sky Sports and ORF eins.

Hungarian GP 2017 Schedule for  Sunday, July 30, 2017

Race SUN 14:00 – 16:00

All timings are given in local Hungarian time which is GMT+2

For Indian viewers

Hungarian GP 2017 Final Race will telecast 17:30 to 19:30 IST

For UK viewers

Hungarian GP 2017 Final Race will telecast 13:00 to 15:30 BST

For USA & Canada viewers

Hungarian 2017 Final Race will telecast 8:00 to 10:30 EDT

 

Hungarian GP 2017 Qualifying Race Results and Highlights:

Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen will start from the first row in the final race of Hungarian GP 2017 on Sunday. It was like most of the race where first four places shared between Ferrari and Mercedes and 5th and 6th place were taken by Redbull.

Fernando Alonso did well on his birthday to qualify in top 10, he finished 8th ahead of his teammate Stoffel Vandarone.

Earlier Sebastian Vettel took his 48th pole of the career, he also broke the record for the fastest lap in Hungarian GP.