-August 11th, 1999- The Journal of Formula One Motorsport -Vol. 5, No. 32-

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Qualifying Differentials
by Marcel Borsboom 

Measuring teammates against eachother

Bookworm Critique
by Mark Glendenning 

Reviewing books about Formula One.
This Week's book: "Drive to Win"

The F1 Insider
by Mitch McCann 

Mitch's unique narration of the F1 events

The F1 FAQ
by Mark Alan Jones 

You got a question? We have the answer

The Grapevine
by The F1 Rumors Team 

Rumours and speculations in the F1 world

Hungarian Grand Prix

H 22°C/72F L 12°C/55F
Some rain.
H 23°C/75F L 12°C/55F
Mostly Sunny.
H 26°C/79F L 13°C/57F
Partial Clouds.


The Hungarian GP Preview
by Ewan Tytler 

After two races which saw McLaren throw it all and Ferrari pick it all, the F1 circus arrives at Hungary - a race of 1,001 corners and one Damon Hill to watch for. Ewan Tytler evaluates the field and places him bets on Sunday's outcome

Test Times Analysis
by Michele Lupini 

There weren't many drivers present in last week's testing, but Barrichello was fastest in Silverstone and Minardi improved at Fiorano. Michele Lupini has a look at the test times, and draws his conclusions on what to expect this weekend at Hungary

The Nostalgia Column
by Marcel Schot 

With only fourteen Grands Prix, Hungary has a rather poor reputation, though not quite justifiably. Marcel Schot looks back at the fierce fights of the eighties, the surprises of the nineties and the Hungarian moments to remember

A Lap of Hungaroring

A detailed drive around the second slowest circuit amongst the current Formula One tracks

Hungarian Grand Prix
by Centrebet 

Hakkinen1.65 Irvine4.50
Coulthard4.50 Salo9.00
Frentzen16.00 R Schumacher34.00
Barrichello34.00 Fisichella41.00
Hill51.00 Villeneuve81.00
Zanardi101.00 Wurz101.00
Alesi101.00 Herbert126.00
Trulli141.00 Zonta141.00

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