LIVE: 2016 Hungarian Grand Prix

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Follow live coverage of the 2016 Hungarian Grand Prix from Budapest with F1i's live commentary page.

After a dramatic qualifying session, Nico Rosberg took pole position on Saturday after Fernando Alonso's spin prevented team-mate Lewis Hamilton from improving on his final run. The controversy didn't end there, though, with numerous stewards decisions required to finalise the grid.

Rosberg was cleared after a late investigation into his pole lap, with telemetry showing he did lift sufficiently under double waved yellow flags despite posting the fastest middle sector of the session. But a quirk of the regulations saw Red Bull, Force India and Valtteri Bottas all under threat after qualifying.

With those five cars all outside the 107% time in Q1 but progressing through to Q2 - and all bar Sergio Perez through to Q3 - the regulations stated any car outside 107% in Q1 would have to start in FP3 order. However, the FIA decided that "exceptional circumstances" meant it would use the Q2 and Q3 times to set the grid, securing the Red Bulls on row two and Nico Hulkenberg and Valtteri Bottas in ninth and tenth.

As a result, Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen are in prime position to challenge the Mercedes pair at the start of the race, with Sebastian Vettel also a threat from fifth on the grid. Kimi Raikkonen will need to climb back through the field from 14th after a poorly timed run on a drying track in Q2 saw him eliminated.

F1i will bring you live commentary of all the action as it happens from the Hungaroring, while you can also add your comments and questions below the live feed.

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