The next European road course to make its debut on iRacing will be the Hungaroring, host of Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix. The track broke ground in 1985 and hosted its first event the next year, and has been part of the calendar of numerous major championships ever since. The 2.722-mile Grand Prix layout features 14 turns and is built in a valley, where fans can see most of the track at any given time. The Hungaroring saw uncharacteristic rain and a chaotic first corner in Sunday’s race, but crowned a popular first-time winner in Esteban Ocon.
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