So here we are, the halfway point of the 2011 Formula One season came and went on lap thirty of the British Grand Prix last weekend. For much of part one, Sebastian Vettel was very much the man to beat, and it seemed nobody could stop him on his way to his second world championship. But in the last few races, his momentum has started to slow as McLaren and Ferrari fight back, with Alonso and Hamilton taking wins at Silverstone and Nurburgring. So now we arrive at Budapest in Hungary at the Hungaroring. McLaren and Ferrari are both looking to continue their attack on Red Bull and Vettel, but Seb is hoping to move past the mid-season sputter and get back to his winning ways. Here we go!! Round XI of the 2011 Formula One season is... the Eni Magyar Nagydij (Hungarian Grand Prix) From the Hungaroring in Budapest, Hungary A lap with Michael Schumacher with narration by Martin Brundle: Number of Laps: 70 Circuit Length: 4.381 km Race Distance: 306.630 km Lap Record: 1:19.071 (M. Schumacher- 2004) 2010 Podium Results: First: M. Webber (RBR-Renault) Second: F. Alonso (Ferrari) Third: S. Vettel (RBR-Renault) 2011 Drivers Championship standings after ten rounds (top ten only): 1. Sebastian Vettel (RBR-Renault) - 216 2. Mark Webber (RBR-Renault) - 139 3. Lewis Hamilton (Mclaren-Mercedes) - 134 4. Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) - 130 5. Jenson Button (McLaren-Mercedes) - 109 6. Felipe Massa (Ferrari) - 62 7. Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) - 46 8. Nick Heidfeld (Renault) - 34 9. Vitaly Petrov (Renault) - 32 10. Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) - 32 2011 Constructors Championship standings after 10 rounds (top five only): 1. RBR-Renault - 355 2. McLaren-Mercedes - 243 3. Ferrari - 192 4. Mercedes - 78 5. Renault - 66 Weather Information: Rain expected on Friday, temps ranging from 16C to 24C. Saturday to be cloudy, temps ranging from 15C to 24C. And raceday Sunday to be sunny with temps ranging from 15C to 23C.