F1i's Driver Ratings for the 2023 Hungarian GP

Logan Sargeant (Lap 68, Retired): 5.5/10
After a strong couple of races since their latest package of upgrades was introduced, it was somewhat down to earth with a bump for Williams at Hungary with the FW45 just not taking to the tight and twisty Hungaroring whatever the conditions. Logan Sargeant was ninth in the rain-hit FP1 but only 13 cars set a time in the wet; and while he was 17th in the afternoon, he was hanging out in the company of the likes of Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez and George Russell. Final practice then saw him outstrip both AlphaTauris and Pierre Gasly in the Alpine. But the new qualifying format did not work for him, and having to run Q1 on hard tyres meant he ended up dead last on the grid. He gained a few spots at the start thanks to the Zhou Guanyu-inspired incident that took out both Alpines, but he was never far from bumping along at the bottom all afternoon. He was staying ahead of Yuki Tsunoda before he spun while trying to apply pressure to Nico Hulkenberg for 14th with four laps to go, explaining: "I climbed the curb too much at the chicane and the car slipped away from me."

Kevin Magnussen (P17): 4/10
The last car still running on track at the chequered flag, this was another poor weekend for Kevin Magnussen - and you can't really blame it all on the Haas. He was 15th in FP2 (his team mate Nico Hulkenberg was sixth) and 15th again in final practice (Hulkenberg was fourth). He was second slowest of all in qualifying and started on the back row, while Hulkenberg made it through to the final round and started in the top ten. Comparisons like this with one's own team mate are poisonous to any driver. In the race, both drivers suffered from the VF-23's now-notorious appetite for chewing through tyres: after gaining from the Zhou Guanyu incident on the opening lap he peaked in 11th before the first round of pit stops, but thereafter fell back to tussle with the likes of Zhou, Logan Sargeant and Daniel Ricciardo at the tail end of proceedings in which he emerged as the worst of the bunch again this weekend.