Five themes to watch for in Hungary

Five themes to watch for in Hungary

Will McLaren's qualifying pace hold in the race? Can Grosjean challenge for victory with a clean race? And how will the tyres behave over a GP distance? Edd Straw looks at the key points for the Hungarian Grand Prix

Will McLaren's pace hold?

Lewis Hamilton claimed pole position by four tenths of a second and McLaren has looked formidable in all conditions throughout the weekend. So extreme was his dominance that he set two laps good enough for top spot to bag his team's 150th pole position.

Actually, it was the second time that he's done that, having briefly held pole in Spain before being excluded over not carrying enough fuel, but despite that small detail it all seems to be coming together for McLaren.

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