After the high-speed sweeps of Silverstone, F1 faces a very different challenge this weekend on the tight confines of the Hungaroring.
Described as "Monaco without the walls" by 2014 victor Daniel Ricciardo, the track doesn't place a great emphasis on engine power, meaning the field should be closely bunched than in recent races.
Track: Hungaroring Circuit. Permanent circuit.
Race start time: 1pm UK time Sunday (2pm local).
Track length: 4.381 km.
Lap record: Michael Schumacher - 1:19.4071 (Ferrari, 2004).
2014 pole: Nico Rosberg - 1:22.715 (Mercedes).
On Sky Sports, Sunday July 26
8:20am - GP3 Race Two - Live!
9:30am - GP2 Sprint Race - Live!
11:30am - The 2015 Hungarian GP - Track Parade - Live!
12pm - The 2015 Hungarian GP - Pit Lane - Live!
12:30pm - The 2015 Hungarian GP - Race - Live!
3:30pm - The 2015 Hungarian GP - Paddock Live!
6pm - Hungarian GP highlights.
7:15pm - Ted's Race Notebook.
Daniel Ricciardo capitalised on the timing of a safety car to take his second win of the season in Hungary last year. Prior to that, the form man was Lewis Hamilton who had taken two successive wins in addition to his 2007 and 2009 victories.
Jenson Button is the only other current driver to have won the race on more than one occasion.
2014 result: 1. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull); 2. Fernando Alonso (Ferrari); 3. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes); 4. Nico Rosberg (Mercedes); 5. Felipe Massa (Williams); 6. Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari); 7 Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull); 8. Valtteri Bottas (Williams); 9. Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso); 10. Jenson Button (McLaren).