Baku, August 1, AZERTAC
Red Bull Racing's Dutch driver Max Verstappen won Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix in the Formula One after starting the race in the 10th position, according to Anadolu Agency.
In Round 13, Verstappen, 24, came first in Hungaroring, Budapest, finishing the 70-lap race in an hour, 39 minutes and 35.912 seconds.
Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and George Russell made the podium in Budapest as they placed second and third, respectively.
Hamilton was 7.834 seconds behind Verstappen.
Russell on Saturday took his first-ever pole position but was unable to secure it in Sunday's GP.
He finished the race 12.337 seconds behind Verstappen.
Verstappen, who took his eighth win this season, is leading the 2022 Driver Standings with 258 points.
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc is second with 178 points in the 2022 campaign.
Sergio Perez, another Red Bull racer, ranks third in general standings with 173 points.
Red Bull Racing racked up 431 points to lead this season's Constructor Standings.
Ferrari are second with 334 points, and Mercedes are third with 304 points.
Belgium will host the next Grand Prix on Aug. 28.
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