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GP Week : Issue 187
Valtteri Bottas – Williams After a strong FP1, Williams were showing signs of an upturn in form in Hungary, but qualifying proved other wise, with Bottas qualifying one-tenth (and one place) behind teammate Pastor Maldonado in 16th. A poor start from the Finn saw him slip three positions down the order while Maldonado jumped four. The Williams rookie was unable to make up any more ground during the race, and a loss of power exiting the penultimate corner forced the young Finn to retire his Williams. Esteban Gutierrez – Sauber Gutierrez qualified 17th, five spots and more than a second behind teammate Nico Hulkenberg, but was able to climb to 11th position by lap 16 after benefitting from some early-stopping competition. Gutierrez’ run however would end on lap 30, retiring with a drive-train issue. Adrian Sutil – Force India (pictured) A compromised qualifying saw Sutil start his 100th race in 11th position, but an even worse start saw him battling with teammate Paul di Resta during the early phase of Lap One, losing out to the Scot and falling back to 14th. Sutil’s race went from bad to worse after retiring on lap 21 with a hydraulic leak which prevented gear selection. It was Force India’s third non-points finish after missing out in Malaysia and Germany; Jenson Button’s six points for McLaren has now cut Force India's lead over the Woking outfit to just four points. Down and out at The Hungaroring 39 GPWEEK.com // 39 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: F1 >>> HUNGARY