LEWIS HAMILTON and Max Verstappen lock horns again after their thunderous clash at the British Grand Prix two weeks ago.
The pair will get into action at the Hungarian Grand Prix with Hamilton starting on pole today after qualifying fastest.
The Brit was BOOED after his qualifying run and will hope to silence the critics this afternoon.
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HUNGARY FOR SUCCESS
Lewis Hamilton is expecting a strong performance in Hungary today.
And he has backed his Mercedes to lead the pack even if he is overtaken at the start of the Grand Prix.
It could be a wet one in Hungary today...
Max Verstappen has been forced to change his engine ahead of today's race at the Hungaroring.
However, he will not be given a grid penalty.
A Honda statement read: "During post-qualifying checks we noticed something on Max's PU which might have developed over the course of the weekend, likely to be an after-effect of the Silverstone crash.
"We have therefore changed it for a new PU of the same specification.
"According to the regulation, Max is allowed to start from his third position on the grid with no penalty incurred."
WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK
A Red Bull boss has PRAISED the Hungarian Grand Prix crowd for booing Lewis Hamilton.
Team Advisor Helmut Marko said: "We knew that Hamilton was very, very fast.
“But we thought we could at least get Bottas on the second attempt.
"But with his games that the audience acknowledged with their great whistling, Hamilton prevented Max from doing a quicker time.
“From a sporting point of view, I don’t see that as the right thing to do.”
FROM BEN HUNT AT THE HUNGARORING
Lewis Hamilton lapped up the booing mob as he took the 101st pole position of his career.
The world champion's bitter feud with Red Bull rival Max Verstappen has spilled over into the grandstands at the Hungaroring, with the Dutchman's orange army backing their driver.
There were banners in the stands; one said "Sir Cheat: Karam is on its way!" as they blame the Brit for taking out their hero at Silverstone.
But Hamilton, who is going in search of his 100th Formula One victory tomorrow, took it on the chin as Verstappen blew his top as tempers boiled over.
Former F1 driver Johnny Herbert tried to quell the boo-boys as he interviewed the pole-sitter, but Hamilton said: "People have a right. This is a sport and people act wildly. It is sport, it is a competition and I don't take it to heart.
"In the end, I must be doing something right to be up the front!
"I appreciate the great support I've had here. I've never actually felt so great with the booing. If anything, it just fuels me. So I don't really mind."
HAMILTON ON POLE
Lewis Hamilton will start from pole for the Hungary Grand Prix after topping qualifying.
Rival Max Verstappen in third.
MORE PAIN FOR RICCIARDO
The Aussie is booted out in Q2. He qualified in 11th place and struggling.
To make matters worse for him, he's seen teammate Norris reach P2 in Q2.
GREEN LIGHT - Q2 SESSION HAS RESUMED
There are six minutes left and it is Hamilton, Leclerc and Verstappen at the top.
In the dropzone are Giovinazzi, Sainz (who is out), Raikkonen, Stroll and Norris.
RED FLAG - SESSION STOPPED - SAINZ HAS CRASHED
The Spaniard was on a flying and lost control at the final corner, sliding sideways into the barriers.
He is fine but his Ferraris is broken. He is out of qualifying.
NOW IT IS HAMILTON'S TURN
The Brit is now topping the timesheets in a game of cat-and-mouse. This is good stuff.
GREEN LIGHT AGAIN AND INTO Q2
Who will make the cut for the top-10 shootout?
Not just the battel between Hamilton and Verstappen. The track temperature has climbed to 62.3 degrees. I am not too sure I can remember when they have been hotter.
RUSSELL IS OUT
The Brit fails to escape Q1 and he is eliminated. The Williams man is out along with Schumacher, Mazepin, Latifi and Tsunoda.
That is disappointing for Russell, who is still yet to score the team's first points.
VERSTAPPEN LOOKING COMFORTABLE
The Red Bull man leads the way.
FIRST RUNS DONE IN Q1
And Verstappen heads the field from Hamilton.
In the dropzone are Schumacher, who crashed out in last practice and likely to miss out, Mazepin, Latifi, Russell and Tsunoda.
GREEN LIGHT - QUALIFYING IS GO
Qualifying for the Hungarian GP is underway at the Hungaroring. Hamilton vrs Verstappen vrs Bottas.