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Hungarian GP / Saturday qualifying (2014)

Jul 26, 2014, 12:00 AM

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Toro Rosso improves and Vergne will start tomorrow's Hungarian GP from 8th place position

Ricardo Penteado: "JEV did a great job while Daniil was unlucky to spin on his fastest lap..."

Maldonado’s car stops in Q1 and Grosjean qualify in fifteenth for the Hungarian GP

Pastor Maldonado: “Everything on the car was working well until the second from last corner."

Ferrari: Mixed Fortunes in Mogyorod

Kimi Raikkonen: “I am very disappointed with the outcome of qualifying, especially because this weekend I was going well and had a good feeling from the car."

2014 Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying press conference

The following is a transcript from the post-qualifying press conference.

Hulkenberg end the qualifying session in ninth place with Sergio Perez in P13

Nico Hulkenberg: "We need to be flexible with the strategy tomorrow as it’s usually difficult to overtake here.”

Bottas qualified third with Massa sixth after another strong qualifying session for Williams

Valtteri Bottas challenged Sebastian Vettel for second, while Felipe Massa struggled with traffic in Q3.

"It's getting beyond bad luck, it's something else" - Lewis Hamilton

The heat (so to speak) is definitely on here at the Hungaroring this Saturday night after the qualifying session.

Red Bull will line up second and fourth on tomorrow's Hungarian GP

Sebastian Vettel: "The nature of the circuit here suits us more than it did in Germany..."

Long faces at Mercedes and Ferrari

Hamilton's hopes up in flames in Hungary while Raikkonen's efforts go out the window because of strategy errors.