What a turn of events for Paul di Resta. He came to Hungary as a Sky Sports pundit but will now get the chance to line up on the grid for Sunday's race. The Scot, who famously beat Sebastian Vettel to the F3 championship in 2006, clearly feels he never got the opportunity to properly show what he could do in F1 during those three years at Force India. He'll have a huge task to get up to speed immediately for qualifying in a car he's never driven but opportunities like this are very rare in Formula One.
Vettel and Ferrari dominate final practice
Sebastian Vettel set a blistering pace in the final practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix, smashing the previous lap record by over a second with a time of 1:17.017.
Di Resta replaces unwell Massa for Hungarian GP
Williams reserve driver Paul di Resta is set for a shock first appearance in Formula One since 2013 as Felipe Massa's stand-in after the Brazilian was taken ill ahead of qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Ferrari plays down chances of turbo penalty
Ferrari believes it can make the end of the season without incurring a grid penalty for using a fifth turbocharger on the cars of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen.
Felipe Massa visited the MH EK Honvédkórház hospital last night for precautionary tests after feeling unwell and dizzy in FP2. The Brazilian has seen the FIA's medical delegate this morning and been cleared to compete in FP3. He will have another routine check after that session to ensure he is fine to compete in qualifying.
10 years on: When Fernando vs Lewis went nuclear
Ahead of this year's Hungarian GP, Maurice Hamilton remembers the infamous flashpoint from the race 10 years ago that sparked all-out war at McLaren.
Magnussen brands Lewis 'disrespectful' after block
Kevin Magnussen slams Lewis Hamilton for blocking him in FP1, saying the three-time world champion is a repeat offender and suggesting he does not care about other drivers.
Hulkenberg faces grid drop in Hungary
Nico Hulkenberg is set for a grid penalty at the Hungarian Grand Prix after an unscheduled gearbox change ahead of final practice.
Supercars veterans aim for Ipswich revival
They are two of Supercars' most experienced and decorated drivers but 2017 has been a year of disappointment for both Craig Lowndes and Mark Winterbottom.
Alonso fed up of 'copy and paste' stories about future
Fernando Alonso says he is growing irritated by having to repeat himself about the fact he will decide on his Formula One future after the summer break.
Frustrated Palmer explains nightmare Friday
Jolyon Palmer says FP2 was more like rallycross than Formula One before his crash into the barriers ahead, something he put down to the work done to fix his Renault after a costly brush with the kerbs in the morning session
Driver reaction: Hungarian GP practice
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the Hungaroring paddock following Friday practice for the 2017 Hungarian Grand Prix.
A good day for McLaren at the Hungaroring but not everything went to plan. Stoffel Vandoorne suffered an MGU-H failure at the end of FP2 and the team will change his Honda power unit overnight. However, the team is not expecting to incur a grid penalty as a result, so the prospect of a top ten grid slot is still on for both cars.
Hamilton: Solution to lack of pace unclear
Lewis Hamilton says it is unclear which setup direction Mercedes should take in order to overcome the deficit he faced to Daniel Ricciardo's fastest Friday practice time at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Vettel predicts close three-way fight for pole
Sebastian Vettel is expecting a three-way battle for pole position between Ferrari, Mercedes and Red Bull at the Hungarian Grand Prix, following a competitive pair of practice sessions on Friday.
Ricciardo: Upgraded Red Bull feels like a B-spec car
After topping Friday's practice sessions for the Hungarian Grand Prix, Daniel Ricciardo is confident Red Bull will remain competitive throughout the upcoming race weekend.
Ricciardo quickest again in tight FP2
After topping FP1, Daniel Ricciardo continued Red Bull's strong start to the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend by keeping himself P1 for the afternoon session, which saw the top three teams split by just 0.201s.
Can Ferrari overcome Mercedes in Hungary?
ESPN's Jennie Gow brings you all the latest news from the Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest.
Red Bull junior Pierre Gasly will test for the team on day two of next week's Hungary test in Budapest. Unfortunately for the reigning GP2 champion, his F1 prospects for 2018 look pretty bleak with Toro Rosso likely to have an unchanged driver line-up.
Ricciardo tops first practice in Hungary
Daniel Ricciardo set the pace in the opening practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix as Red Bull and Ferrari both outpaced Mercedes.
Sauber confirms new Ferrari engine deal
Sauber has reached an agreement with Ferrari to run up-to-date engines next year after signing a multi-year agreement with the Italian team.
Supercars champ chasing Qld improvement
Supercars champion Shane Van Gisbergen admits he needs to recapture his title-winning form to keep up the pace with his rivals in 2017.
F1 drivers split on Halo introduction
ESPN rounds up all 20 Formula One drivers' opinions on the news the FIA will introduce the controversial Halo protection device to the series in 2018.
Hamilton: It would be tough to leave Mercedes
After four and a half years at Mercedes, Lewis Hamilton says it would be very difficult to leave the team and drive elsewhere when his contract expires at the end of 2018.
Raikkonen: My current form is not good enough
After a disappointing first half of the 2017 season, Kimi Raikkonen is determined to build on his strong performance at the British Grand Prix and trigger a turnaround in his form.
Maurice Hamilton looks at the remarkable tale behind Steve McQueen's 'Le Mans' film, as revealed in a recently-released documentary.
After training for a year, Brehanna Daniels got her shot changing tires in the Trucks and Xfinity races, becoming the first African-American woman to work the pits in a NASCAR Series event.