Three-way fight in prospect for Hungary

Three-way fight in prospect for Hungary

Lewis Hamilton's pace, Red Bull's option tyre runs and Ferrari's consistency during practice indicate we could be in for another three-way battle for victory in Hungary, so says AUTOSPORT's Grand Prix editor Mark Hughes

"I don't know," said McLaren's technical director Paddy Lowe on Friday afternoon. "I'm beginning to give up on trying to understand Fridays. At the Nurburgring I was convinced we were just slow and then Lewis goes and sticks it on the front row. Here we look good and that makes me nervous…"

As Fridays go, it was a nice problem to have.

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