Setting the scene for Hungary

Setting the scene for Hungary

There's only one issue dominating the build-up to this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix. Edd Straw assesses the state of play in the team orders row during the short break between races

Strange to think that the Hungarian Grand Prix, which still has the air of the relative newcomer to the Formula 1 World Championship, is now one of the longest-serving venues on the calendar.

Of the 19 countries on the 2010 schedule, only six of them are on a continuous run of staging world championship races for longer than the former Eastern Bloc country. The event's history even stretches back to the pre-war years, with Tazio Nuvolari taking one of his famous against-the-odds victories, beating the might of Auto Union and Mercedes-Benz behind the wheel of a Ferrari-run Alfa Romeo.

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