The British cameraman who was injured on pitlane during the German Grand Prix works for Ecclestone's company FOM, The Red Bull team has received a fine for the flying tyre that struck Paul Allen, who has been reported as "doing well".
Full podium powered by the Renault RS27 engine.
Both Williams cars opted to start on the medium tyres and showed good pace throughout the race.
Monisha Kaltenborn: “One point is not exactly what we expected after a strong qualifying, but the safety car period didn’t play into our hands."
A safety car with 36 laps to go prompted most drivers to make their second stops, with the final stops coming in the closing stages of the race.
Kimi Räikkönen remains in third position in the Drivers’ Championship with 116 points, but closes the gap from Fernando Alonso (123) to seven points.
Stefano Domenicali: "Looking ahead, now it is vital that we optimise the performance of our car, just as our rivals have managed to do..."
Jenson Button: “We didn’t put a foot wrong all weekend”
Nico Rosberg's P9 finish, coupled with 10 points for Lewis Hamilton, mean the team remains second in the Constructors' standings.
Three-consecutive Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel was determined to take the German Grand Prix win even under pressure from both of the Lotus drivers.
Bianchi was close to be replaced by de la Rosa for the German GP due to stomach upset,but the rookie Frenchman recovered sufficiently to duly qualify ahead of teammate Max Chilton on Saturday.
According to Kolner Express and Bild newspapers, Red Bull Ring owner, Dietrich Mateschitz, and track boss Jorg Linder, also are potential buyers of the embattled Nurburgring
Nico Hülkenberg opted not to do a timed lap in Q3 in order to save tyres and be free to choose his strategy for the start of the race tomorrow.