The Hungaroring first held a Formula 1 Grand Prix in 1986 and since then there have been approximately seven overtaking manoeuvres.
That may be a slight exaggeration on my part, but over the decades the track in Mogyoród has built a reputation for being a tight, twisty, bumpy little swine that favoured those who qualify well. Then, in light of some truly atrocious modern F1 track designs, it’s now considered a classic.
Nailing your qualifying lap around here is vital, especially against the evenly-matched GT3 and GT4 fields in Assetto Corsa Competizione. Which is why, even if you’re pretty handy, I hope you’ll be able to pick up a couple of tips from our extensive track guide.
I go through each corner one at time, highlighting which kerbs to use, which to avoid and where each apex lies.
Putting a perfect lap together is quite the challenge at the Hungaroring, but should you do so, below are the target times:
- Pro – 1:41.80
- Pro-Am – 1:44.50
- Am – 1:46.50
- My time – 1:42.40
Which parts of the track are you struggling with? Have you beaten me time? Hit us up in the comments and let us know which track you’d like to see a guide for next.