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Photos: the road cars of the F1 drivers in Hungary

They say that those who dedicate themselves to a full-time job prefer to disassociate themselves in their free time or when they have no obligation. That someone who works in a chain of hamburgers and fast food ends up so fed up that he doesn’t eat them anymore.

However, pilot work is vocational and above all, it runs in the blood, runs through the veins. And, outside the circuit, almost no one prefers to ride in the seat next to them or in the rear…

One of the peculiarities of the Hungarian Grand Prix is that every year it shows, with a very accessible car park, the cars with which the drivers come to the Hungaroring circuit from the hotels, and at Motorsport.com we wanted to take a look.

See the cars of the F1 drivers at the 2022 Hungarian GP

Alfa Romeo Giulia, Guanyu Zhou; Alfa Romeo Tonale, Valtteri Bottas

Alfa Romeo Giulia, Guanyu Zhou; Alfa Romeo Tonale, Valtteri Bottas

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Foto de: Oleg Karpov

Alfa Romeo Giulia, Guanyu Zhou; Alfa Romeo Tonale, Valtteri Bottas

Alfa Romeo Giulia, Guanyu Zhou; Alfa Romeo Tonale, Valtteri Bottas

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Foto de: Oleg Karpov

Alfa Romeo Tonale, Valtteri Bottas

Alfa Romeo Tonale, Valtteri Bottas

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Aston Martin DBX, Lance Stroll

Aston Martin DBX, Lance Stroll

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Foto de: Oleg Karpov

Aston Martin DBX, Lance Stroll; Aston Martin DB11 Volante, Sebastian Vettel

Aston Martin DBX, Lance Stroll; Aston Martin DB11 Volante, Sebastian Vettel

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Foto de: Oleg Karpov

Aston Martin DBX, Lance Stroll; Aston Martin DB11 Volante, Sebastian Vettel

Aston Martin DBX, Lance Stroll; Aston Martin DB11 Volante, Sebastian Vettel

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Foto de: Oleg Karpov

Audi A4, Alexander Albon

Audi A4, Alexander Albon

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Audi A4; Alexander Albon, Nicholas Latifi

Audi A4; Alexander Albon, Nicholas Latifi

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Ferrari Roma, Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc

Ferrari Roma, Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Ferrari Roma, Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc

Ferrari Roma, Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Honda Civic Type-R, Pierre Gasly; Honda Civic Type-R, Yuki Tsunoda

Honda Civic Type-R, Pierre Gasly; Honda Civic Type-R, Yuki Tsunoda

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Honda Civic, Max Verstappen; Honda Civic, Sergio Perez

Honda Civic, Max Verstappen; Honda Civic, Sergio Pérez

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Honda Civic, Max Verstappen; Honda Civic, Sergio Perez

Honda Civic, Max Verstappen; Honda Civic, Sergio Pérez

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Honda Civic, Max Verstappen; Honda Civic, Sergio Perez

Honda Civic, Max Verstappen; Honda Civic, Sergio Pérez

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Mercedes EQE, Lewis Hamilton; Mercedes CLS by George Russell

Mercedes EQE, Lewis Hamilton; Mercedes CLS de, George Russell

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Mercedes EQE, Lewis Hamilton; Mercedes CLS by George Russell

Mercedes EQE, Lewis Hamilton; Mercedes CLS de, George Russell

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Mercedes GLC300de, Daniel Ricciardo; Alfa Romeo Stelvio, Lando Norris

Mercedes GLC300de, Daniel Ricciardo; Alfa Romeo Stelvio, Lando Norris

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Photo de: Oleg Karpov

Mercedes GLC300de, Daniel Ricciardo; Alfa Romeo Stelvio, Lando Norris

Mercedes GLC300de, Daniel Ricciardo; Alfa Romeo Stelvio, Lando Norris

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Photo de: Oleg Karpov

Mercedes GLC300de, Kevin Magnussen

Mercedes GLC300de, Kevin Magnussen

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Mercedes GLC300de, Kevin Magnussen

Mercedes GLC300de, Kevin Magnussen

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Renault Espace, Esteban Ocon

Renault Espace, Esteban Ocon

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Renault Espace, Esteban Ocon

Renault Espace, Esteban Ocon

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Fernando Alonso, Renault Espace

Fernando Alonso, Renault Espace

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Photo by: Oleg Karpov

Obviously they are not cars that belong to the drivers, but the ones that the teams take to the last one before the holidays and leave their drivers to move during the weekend. That’s why you won’t be surprised to see Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc with two Ferrari Roma, Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll with two Aston Martins , Lewis Hamilton and Russell with two Mercedes or Guanyu Zhou and Valtteri Bottas with their Alfa Romeos.

They are cars that their companies have in those countries and for this reason, despite the fact that most of the teams are based in England, you will see that the license plates are more European. All except Lance Stroll’s, which suggests someone drove his car to Hungary from the British Isles.

It is perhaps what stands out the most next to the car that appeared in the Lando Norris square, since while Daniel Ricciardo drove a Mercedes (the McLaren motorcyclist), the young man had an Alfa Romeo. And as a curiosity, there are the Audi of the Williams drivers while speculation continues with the arrival of the firm of the rings to F1.

The photos are taken on Saturday, except for Fernando Alonso, and the Asturian (like others) was seen with two different models during the race weekend, a sign that these cars basically have a simple function method of transportation, more than enjoyment.

Which one would you stay with of all the ones you’ve seen? We do not fool you: with anyone (except those of Alpine)

With information and photos by Oleg Karpov

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