Daniel Ricciardo felt “pretty angry” after his final lap in qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix was ruined by a yellow flag. Ricciardo spent the entirety of qualifying running towards the top of the timesheets as wet conditions prompted drivers to think on their feet with tire choice and the risks they took. The track was dry enough for slicks by Q3, where Ricciardo sat third after his first run despite running wide at the final corner and nearly spinning. The Australian geared up for a final run just before the checkered flag fell, only for a yellow flag shown following a spin for Fernando Alonso to force him to back off. Ricciardo was left to settle for third on the grid, but thinks he
Lewis Hamilton jumps out to a great start in the Hungarian Grand Prix and Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg is able to take over second despite a strong move from Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo.