F1 drivers, fans celebrate 32nd Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest


For the fifth year in a row, the Buddha-Bar Hotel Budapest Klotild Palace hosted THE HUBLOT GR1D CLUB’s exclusive Race After Party following the 32nd Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix, sponsored by HUBLOT and Belvedere.

The guests had the opportunity to party with prominent members of the F1 world: Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team), Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing), Nico Hülkenberg (Renault Sport Formula 1 Team), Stoffel Vandoorne (McLaren Honda), Carlos Sainz (Scuderia Torro Rosso), Sergio Perez (Sahara Force India F1 Team), Esteban Ocon (Sahara Force India F1 Team), Kevin Magnussen (Haas F1 Team), Lance Stroll (Williams Martini Racing), Marcus Ericsson (Sauber F1 Team), and among the crowd you could also spot Jacques Villeneuve, 1997 Formula One World Champion and Jos Verstappen, former F1  driver.

The line of the celebrities doesn’t end here, as Paul Hembery (Pirelli Motorsport Director), Norman Nato (2017 FIA Formula 2 Championship), Nyck de Vries (2017 FIA Formula 2 Championship), Sean Gelael (2017 FIA Formula 2 Championship) and Steijn Scothorst (GP3 Series) attended the party too, as well as Hungarian celebrities Kárpáti Rebeka, Josh Cartu, Iszak Eszter and Talmácsi Gábor, former grand prix motorcycle winner and world champion.

The unmatched atmosphere and entertainment was guaranteed by astonishing dance performances by Pirner Alma, samba dancers and a spectacular Belvedere dance show. Pulsing beats and the crowd-pleaser hits were provided by the official DJ of Red Bull Racing - EROK, and the resident of Buddha-Bar Budapest - DJ Mada while DJ Tony was playing his best mixes at the Buddha-Bar terrace.


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