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Hungarian Grand Prix weather update: ‘Fingers crossed’ there will be running

Hungarian Grand Prix weather update: 'Fingers crossed' there will be running

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Sebastian Vettel has urged Aston Martin to “up our game” ahead of what is forecast to be a very wet qualifying at the Hungaroring as the last two wet sessions saw him exit in Q1.

Heavy rain and thunderstorms have been forecast for Saturday’s qualifying at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

According to, Saturday’s final practice is expected to take place on a wet track, 49% chance of rain and scattered thunderstorms.

And with the conditions worsening later in the afternoon, there is a 84% change of rain and thunderstorms.

It will, however, turn to a light rain at 5pm local time so if qualifying is delayed, there is a chance it will take place an hour later than scheduled.

But having failed to make it out of Q1 the last two wet qualifying sessions, Canada and Britain, Vettel says Aston Martin have their work cut out for the them.

“We’ll see how wet it is going to be,” he said as per

“Obviously it would be a shame if it was to be that wet that we…

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