Lewis Hamilton wins the Hungarian Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton showed everyone that he is the big surprise of the season and won the Hungarian Grand Prix on the Hungaroring race track.Fernando Alonso was quicky overtaken by Kimi Raikkonen and teammate Lewis Hamilton who made a beautiful race leading from the start to the end of the race.Hamilton got a serious advantage in the championship in front of his teammate Fernando Alonso, leading now with 7 points in front of the Spanish driver.
Raikkonen overtook from the start the Bmw Sauber driver Nick Heidfeld but he couldn’t deal with Hamilton’s talent and finished the race behind the British driver. Heidfeld did quite a good race for Bmw Sauber and finished the race on the 3rd place.Fernando Alonso tried to overtake Heidfeld but he didn’t have a chance with the German driver and he finished behind him, on the 4th place, losing the "war" with his teammate Lewis Hamilton.
The 5th place went to Heidfeld’s teammate, the Polish driver Robert Kubica, who made a great race on the Hungaroring race track.Ralf Schumacher overtook the Wiliams driver Nico Rosberg an finished the race on the 6th position.Heikki Kovalainen finished on the 8th place, overtaking Mark Webber the driver of the Red Bull-Renault monopost.
Jarno Trulli, the driver of the Toyota monopost closed the top 10 at the Hungaroring race track.Trulli overtook David Coulthard who got only the 11th place.
Giancarlo Fisichella had an intense fight with Raikkonen’s teammate Felipe Massa over the 12th place but the Italian driver took the lead in front of the Ferrari driver.They were closely followed by Alex Wurz, the driver of the Williams-Toyota monopost.Takuma Sato finished on the 15th place with his Super Aguri monopost while the debutant from the Toro Rosso-Ferrari,Sebastian Vettel, finished behind him on the 16th place. Adrian Sutil overtook Rubens Barrichello who finished the race on the last place.
Three drivers were not so very lucky in Hungary: Vitantonio Liuzzi retired his Torro Rosso monopost due to some mechanical problems, Anthony Davidson retired after a collision with Giancarlo Fisichella and Sakon Yamamoto lightly shunted his Spyker monopost.