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Lance Stroll, Aston Martin F1 Team and Sergio Perez, Red Bull Racing in the Press Conference
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Formula 1 Hungarian GP
Opinion

The F1 drivers losing their 2023 team-mate battles

OPINION: With Formula 1 heading for its halfway point at this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix, it’s clear to spot the trends for drivers not really stacking up against their team-mates. Here we present three examples of drivers targeting gains heading into the season’s second half and the summer break to come 

The halfway point for the 2023 Formula 1 season is now upon us. That should’ve been lap 22 of the upcoming Belgian Grand Prix, but with Imola’s cancellation, it will come at the end of this weekend’s Hungarian race. 

For the first time since 2016 (not counting the disrupted 2020 campaign), the Hungaroring doesn’t lead into F1’s summer break, but its position as the halfway stage nevertheless provides a handy reference point for assessing how the drivers have been performing so far.

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