Hungary Preview Quotes: BAR
Jacques Villeneuve: "I enjoy the Hungary race, the general atmosphere is nice. The people get excited about the race and it's quite a happening city. It's always been fun racing here. It's a strange track because it doesn't really have straight lines, it turns all the time, which normally is not a good thing, but somehow the layout is actually fun and it has a good rhythm. The track is changing a bit this year so I don't know exactly what to expect, but previously the chicane is the one corner that just shouldn't be there. The rest of the track is quite nice. I don't know how much the changes will affect the ability to overtake. This year's car is a lot more stable than last year and Hungary was always a difficult track to get a balance at, so hopefully the car will suit the track characteristics a little more. The heat will affect the tyre wear - the hotter it is, the harder it is on the drivers, the tyres and the engine. However, I train hard, so the hotter it is, the happier I am."
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