*Some weeks before it was constantly nearing 40°C for weeks. It was awfully suffering.
I know, I was there! Weird thing was, before I went on holiday I'd read a forecast predicting high 20s max temperatures, so I kept telling myself "it's not that hot, get a hold of yourself, stop complaining" and so on. When I discovered I'd been walking miles each day in 35-40 degree heat I felt pretty tough. Beautiful city.
And I saw the local GP3 driver Tamás Pál Kiss on a couple of billboards, which speaks for the enthusiasm for Grand Prix racing in Hungary.
(I don't know about it being a "classic" track (there are very few on the current F1 calendar, IMHO) but it's got a lot of history and I always enjoy the races. Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso, Damon Hill and Mick Doohan all won their first Grands Prix there, which is pretty cool. Romain Grosjean might make a good addition to that list.
Edited by Risil, 23 July 2012 - 14:31.