Massive Downpours have delayed the qualifying session for the Hungarian Grand prix, leading to panoramic shots of an empty track, commentators doing their best to provide filler and drivers yawning up and down the grid.
— Motorsport.com (@Motorsport) July 23, 2016
The solution to this sort of delay is still a long way away, how does the Formula One circus fight the weather? Given that vacuum’s are cordless now, F1 must be annoyed that Dyson aren’t affiliated with the sport. We could have an army of track marshals hoovering up the standing water, instead we are live, but delayed.
— Formula 1 (@F1) July 23, 2016
Q1 started and then stopped but some drivers registered times. As it stands, Perez is on pole with Hulkenberg behind him. Alonso is 3rd and Felipe Nasr’s Sauber lines up 4th. Nico Rosberg is 20th, with Hamilton 21st…
— James Peace (@F1Nova) July 23, 2016
The rain is still pestering the circuit, if it continues and qualifying is cancelled, Force India will line-up on the front-row!