Both have red, white and green stripes so it’s easy to confuse, but one is horizontal (Hungary) and the other is vertical (Italy).
For the record it’s 44 characters long and apparently means ‘due to your repeatedly not being possible to be desecrated.’ As for how to pronounce it, that’s a whole other article, which we’ll probably never do.
It was a huge success and almost 200,000 fans showed up.
Although tight and twisty, the circuit has been known to throw up some great races, the most memorable being Thierry Boutsen's win in 1990, beating Ayrton Senna by 0.3 seconds, and of course the 1997 race where Damon Hill in the Arrows sensationally passed Michael Schumacher's Ferrari only to be denied the win by mechanical failure on the very last lap. Formula One World Championship, Rd11, Hungarian Grand Prix, Race Day, Hungaroring, Hungary. BEST IMAGE Race winner Daniel Ricciardo (AUS) Red Bull Racing sprays champagne on the podium.
Race winner Daniel Ricciardo (AUS) Red Bull Racing celebrates in parc ferme.
Formula One World Championship, Rd11, Hungarian Grand Prix, Race Day, Hungaroring, Hungary. The Ferrari team celebrate a sixth consecutive Constructors Championship.
In fact, Hungary’s national football team from the 1950s – known as the Golden Team – was the side playing against England in the match dubbed “the game of the century.” It was in this match, in 1953, that Hungary beat England, in England, 6-3.