McLaren out to extend Hungarian record

McLaren out to extend Hungarian record

McLaren is already the most successful team in Hungarian Grand Prix history with nine wins, and if Lewis Hamilton can take victory this weekend, he will match the victory tally of team legend Ayrton Senna at the Hungaroring. Michele Merlino interrogates the stats ahead of the race

Should Jenson Button or Lewis Hamilton win the Hungarian Grand Prix, it will only increase McLaren's status as the most successful team in the history of the race.

The British outfit has triumphed nine times, beginning with Ayrton Senna in 1988 and culminating in Hamilton's 2009 victory at the Hungaroring. Only Williams, with seven wins, comes close to beating it.

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