Tuesday, May 25, 2004

Zsolt Baumgartner almost makes F1 history - again.

Just finishing the Monaco Grand Prix is no mean feat in itself, as this weekend's competition aptly demonstrated, with only 9 cars crossing the finish line at the end. Minardi-Cosworth's Zsolt Baumgartner already set a record by being the first Hungarian driver in the history of Formula 1 and he came so close to being the first Hungarian driver to score a point, finishing in 9th place. But did you know that the winner of the first ever Grand Prix, in 1906, was a Hungarian, Ferenc Szisz?

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