German GP (2016)
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Williams continued to seek answers for its poor performance in recent races with more updates introduced in Germany, as Giorgio Piola and Matt Somerfield explain.
Another difficult weekend in Germany completed a disappointing month of July for Felipe Massa, who is now looking forward to the summer break and having a much more positive second half of the season.
Ferrari admitted its car has not progress aerodynamically since the Spanish Grand Prix. Giorgio Piola and Matt Somerfield look at the Italian squad's latest attempts to generate more downforce.
Nico Rosberg says he will bounce back from adversity following his frustrating German Grand Prix at Hockenheim, where he slipped further behind Lewis Hamilton in the F1 World Championship battle.
As Lewis Hamilton enjoyed a flawless run towards victory, local hero Nico Rosberg endured a home race to forget thanks, in large part, to the Red Bull drivers. Adam Cooper explains.
Max Verstappen proved at the German Grand Prix that he could be a team player in Formula 1, says his boss Christian Horner.
Kimi Raikkonen admits hat Ferrari’s failure to challenge Mercedes and Red Bull in recent races has been a “painful” experience for everyone in the Italian team.
Sebastian Vettel is convinced Ferrari "knows what to do" to turn its season around after another disappointing race for the Italian team.
Red Bull pairing Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo were each left to rue separate moments of the German Grand Prix, despite both finishing on the podium at Hockenheim.
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo has criticised Haas driver Esteban Gutierrez after the German Grand Prix, saying he lost more time behind the Mexican than anyone else.
Lewis Hamilton dominated the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim, but Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg could only finish fourth after a controversial penalty for a move on Max Verstappen deemed illegal by the stewards.
Toto Wolff says that Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton won’t come under extra pressure to avoid trouble on the first lap of the German Grand Prix just because Hockenheim is the home race for Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel is backing the push for a relaxation of track limits in F1 – and says, in an ideal world, there should be a “natural” deterrent that stops drivers running wide.
Lewis Hamilton is baffled by Formula 1’s decision to delay Halo cockpit protection until after 2017, and hopes those in the sport won't be “kicking themselves” if an accident where it would have helped occurs in that time.
Bernie Ecclestone says that Formula 1 track limits could not be freed up this weekend because the Strategy Group didn't vote on the subject, and any rule change would have to go through proper procedures.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel says that Ferrari's lack of pace relative to rival Red Bull at Hockenheim is due to his team being "not as good as we usually are" rather than anything else.
Mercedes technical chief Paddy Lowe has hailed Nico Rosberg’s German Grand Prix pole after an electronic problem caused a huge scare at the start of the Q3 shootout.
Nico Rosberg will start the German Grand Prix from pole position, after beating his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton in qualifying at Hockenheim.
The FIA has agreed to a compromise over track limits at the first corner of the Hockenheim track, following complaints from drivers and teams after Friday practice for the German Grand Prix.
Teams concentrate on Soft and Supersoft tyres duringfree practice in Hockenheim.
Fernando Alonso admits he has lost patience with the FIA over the constant rule changes in Formula 1, saying he has "given up" on trying to follow them.
Carlos Sainz has suggested that the FIA will consider tighter rules on moving under braking after the Formula 1 drivers’ briefing at Hockenheim on Friday.
Nico Rosberg topped second practice for the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim, but Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel was much closer to the Mercedes pace in FP2 – and just two tenths slower than Lewis Hamilton.
FIA race director Charlie Whiting has confirmed that from now on he will stop qualifying sessions if there are double waved yellow flags in order to prevent the sort of controversy generated by Nico Rosberg's pole lap in Hungary.
Fernando Alonso believes that the yellow flag incident during qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix has only become a controversy because it involved title contender Nico Rosberg.
Formula 1 teams have been formally told with immediate effect there will no longer be restrictions on team radio messages - but they cannot keep conversations secret either from now on.
Formula 1's Strategy Group has agreed to free up both radio communications and track limits from this weekend's German Grand Prix, in an attempt to stop the recent flood of unpopular penalties.
Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel has hit back at dissent over the proposed introduction of the Halo head protection system, saying that nothing “justifies death”.
Sebastian Vettel insists he is not worried about Ferrari's future prospects, despite the departure of technical director James Allison.
Sergio Perez wants talks in the Formula 1 drivers' briefing on Friday about how aggressively they can defend in future, after claiming that Max Verstappen went too far against Kimi Raikkonen in Hungary.
Renault says that a step forward in form at the Hungarian Grand Prix has lifted hopes that it can go on the 'attack' against the teams ahead of it in the second half of the campaign.