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2012 Hungarian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton Takes Victory in Subdued Race

I think Jamie Alguersuari found it very difficult to describe the 2012 Hungarian Grand Prix when asked by James Allen to summarise the race with a few laps remaining towards the end of BBC Radio 5 live’s coverage.Alguersuari did a pretty good job in the end by explaining that the race itself wasn’t entirely boring, but that it hadn’t exactly been great.  It was more a battle of strategy and a fight for clean air than a closely fought battle on the track.The problem with the Hungarian Grand Prix is that it has been named by many pundits as Monte Carlo with run-off areas.  The circuit has always been difficult to overtake, and, with the added problem of unpredictable Pirelli tyres, we were left with a somewhat proc...

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