9 December 1983 – Hungary requested to host a Formula One Grand Prix; the first possible option was a street circuit inside Budapest’s Népliget Park that had hosted the 1936 Hungarian Grand Prix and rounds of the European Touring Car Championship from 1966 to 1970.
10 August 1986 – The Hungaroring, built in 1985, hosted the first Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix, that was also the first Formula One race to be held behind the Iron Curtain
5 June 2011 – Not even the rain spoiled the first WTCC visit at the Hungaroring, as 60,000 fans crowded the grandstands on Sunday; Chevrolet drivers Alain Menu and Yvan Muller shared race victories.
6 May 2012 – Local hero Norbert Michelisz won the second race in the Zengö Motorsport BMW; Michelisz took the lead after a wonder start from the third row of the grid and drove Hungarian fans crazy.
5 May 2013 – Rob Huff’s SEAT León overtook Mehdi Bennani’s BMW 320 TC on the outside of Turn 1, at the end of a safety-car intervention and claimed the first WTCC victory for the Münnich Motorsport team.
Friday, 2 May
12.30– 13.00: Testing
17.30: Drivers’ briefing
Saturday, 3 May
09.00– 09.30: Free Practice 1
12.00– 12.30: Free Practice 2
14.30 – 14.50: Qualifying Q1
14.55 – 15.05: Qualifying Q2
15.10 – 15.30: Qualifying Q3
15.40 (est): Qualifying press conference
Sunday, 4 May
13.30: Race 1
14.00 (est): Race 1 podium ceremony
14.40: Race 2
15.05 (est): Race 2 podium ceremony
15.15 (est): Race press conference
Chairman of the Stewards:Silvia Bellot (ESP)
2nd International Steward:Zrinko Gregurek (HRV)
Race Director:Miroslav Bartos (CZE)
Assistant to the Race Director / FIA Coordinator:Rui Marques (PRT)
Medical Delegate:Alain Chantegret (FRA)
Technical Delegate:Manuel Leal (ESP)
Press Delegate:Fabio Ravaioli (ITA)
Chief Timekeeper:Mike Salmon (GBR)
Incident Camera Delegate:Lionel Bérard (FRA)
Safety Car Driver:Bruno Correia (PRT)
FIA WORLD TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSIFICATIONS