The curveball that could cause an unpredictable Hungarian race

The curveball that could cause an unpredictable Hungarian race

Mercedes was fastest in the limited amount of dry running on offer in Friday's Hungarian Grand Prix practice sessions, but the wet conditions could lead to a few surprises come Saturday and Sunday

Mercedes headed into the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend as the favourite, logically so because the W10 typically excels on the slower corners that predominate at the twisty Hungaroring, despite the fact that Ferrari and Red Bull have become increasingly strong of late.

But Friday's rain-affected practice sessions have thrown an additional curveball into the mix.

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