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Two hundred thousand people in downtown Budapest Sports 

Two hundred thousand people in downtown Budapest

Two hundred thousand people saw the car, motorbike and air show on the sixth occasion in downtown Budapest on Tuesday.

The program began in the morning with the car and motorsport show at the Erzsébet tér-Károly Boulevard-Astoria-Ferenciek tere route, and the star guest was Max Verstappen, the Formula 1 Red Bull stalled Dutch pilot, F1 racing car.

The German Touring Car Championship (DTM) was the defending champion René Rast with an Auditor, former German Formula One driver and scorer Zsolt Baumgartner, a former BMW F1 competitor, and Timo Glock representing a BMW, who was entertaining the viewers with a Formula Renault racing car.

Last weekend, a few cars from the World Touring World Cup (WTCR) competed at the Hungaroring, as well as riders, riders, car crusaders, riders and speed truck drivers also showed themselves. Interestingly, viewers in NASCAR in the United States could rarely see their cars on the go.

The program continued with an air show in the afternoon, within which Péter Besenyei aerobatics world champion flew over the Danube Elisabeth bridge and Chain Bridge, where the fighters, passengers and helicopters could also be seen.
Like the previous events, in the Sixth Grand Tournament, it was free for viewers.

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