Teams pile on the summer upgrades

Teams pile on the summer upgrades

The Hungarian Grand Prix offers the last chance for F1 teams to try out new parts before the summer break. CRAIG SCARBOROUGH details what everyone has been up to

With Formula 1's trip to the Hungaroring coming after an extended break since the British Grand Prix, teams have had time to develop and produce new parts, which is crucial as the summer shut down is about to halt factory operations until the Belgian Grand Prix.

Due to the Hungaroring's high-downforce demands, and the impending halt to operations from the summer shutdown, nearly every team had something new on its car this weekend, or still had evaluation work to complete for developments introduced at Silverstone last time out.

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