Formula One drivers are normally regarded as superheroes that make few mistakes. But then there are races like the Hungarian Grand Prix, where there are more missteps than robotic perfection. Marshall Pruett thinks that humanizes them.

With all the mishaps, the Hungarian GP was more comedy act than traditional F1 parade. That’s both good for viewers and makes you remember that the people out on the track are just like you and me.

Pruett wraps up all the mayhem that happened in the span of two hours here.