Hungarian GP 2014 Location: 10 Key Facts About the Hungaroring

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Hungarian GP 2014 Location: 10 Key Facts About the Hungaroring
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The Hungaroring outside Budapest will host its 29th Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend, an unbroken string stretching back to 1986.

While the narrow circuit is not conducive to passing, it has delivered some interesting races and surprising results, including Heikki Kovalainen's only Formula One victory, Nigel Mansell's 1989 win from 12th on the grid and a recent string of British domination—six wins in the last eight races—kicked off by Jenson Button's debut victory in 2006.

To prepare you for this weekend's race, the last before a four-week summer break, here are 10 facts about the Hungaroring: 

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