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The Hungaroring lies approximately 20 kilometres north-east of Budapest, and has hosted Formula 1 grands prix since its inception. Constructed during the Cold War in 1986 in the former Eastern Bloc, the winner of the Hungaroring's inaugural race was Nelson Piquet with a Williams-Honda.

The Hungaroring is considered a challenging circuit on which even experienced drivers have difficulty in overtaking. Nick-named the "Shallow Plate" due to its siting in a natural bowl, the Hungaroring's perimeter offers superb viewing for spectators.

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Description
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Type
Race Track
Dimensions
Length: 4381 (m)