Vettel out to keep up the momentum in Hungary
22 July 2014 – Sebastian Vettel says he will work hard this coming weekend to "keep up the momentum" and get another strong result in Hungary.
Vettel has racked up 22 points so far in July and, after taking a fifth place in the British Grand Prix and fourth in the German Grand Prix on Sunday, will be out to go one better again at the Hungaroring and repeat what he achieved in Canada and Malaysia, when he was third and on the podium.
"The Hungarian GP is the last race before the summer break so we will be working hard to keep up the momentum and have a good result to enjoy over the holidays," said the reigning World Champion.
"It is normally hot in Hungary for the race which makes it a challenge to drive, but I like the race and atmosphere at the Hungaroring, and have good memories of the races there even though I have never won in Budapest – it is still on my to do list!
"It is quite a slow track but also one that can catch you out. It has some tight, twisty corners and is quite a bumpy track, so you cannot underestimate it."