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German GP (2019)

Germany Hockenheimring
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Hamilton, Kubica keep Hockenheim points as Alfa appeal fails

The Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team has been unsuccessful in its bid to have its German Grand Prix penalties overturned.

Mercedes will not intervene to keep German GP on calendar

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says that the Stuttgart manufacturer will not intervene to try to keep the German Grand Prix on the 2020 Formula 1 calendar, despite helping to ensure that this year’s race took place.

F1 would now reconsider Hockenheim drag strip - Masi

Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says he would likely reconsider the layout of the Hockenheim 'drag strip' if the German Grand Prix returns to the calendar.

Why Alfa Romeo might've preferred disqualification in Germany

Alfa Romeo’s decision to appeal the penalty that cost both its drivers points in the German Grand Prix means the matter is now set for a legal ruling, with a hearing of the FIA’s International Court of Appeal now confirmed for September 24.

Alfa Romeo penalty appeal to be heard in late September

The Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team’s appeal against the penalties it received after the German GP will be heard in Paris in late September.

Vettel: Fastest lap chase led to last-lap off in German GP

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Sebastian Vettel says the last-lap off that nearly cost him second place in the German Grand Prix was a consequence of him pushing for the fastest lap.

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Alfa Romeo lodges formal appeal against Germany penalties

Alfa Romeo has confirmed it is going ahead with an appeal against the penalties imposed on Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi at the German Grand Prix.

F1 reveals German GP broadcast was nearly thwarted by fire

Formula 1's broadcasting division has revealed it came close to not being able to transmit the track action from Hockenheim last Saturday after an overnight fire destroyed a truck in the TV compound.

Kvyat not a viable Gasly Red Bull replacement - Villeneuve

Red Bull should look beyond Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat if it wants to replace Pierre Gasly, 1997 Formula 1 champion Jacques Villeneuve believes.

Red Bull suspects mapping issue behind "horrible" starts

Red Bull thinks that the poor starts for Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly were caused by a software mapping issue that the team needs to sort with Honda.

Kubica: German GP visibility worse than night rallies in fog

Williams driver Robert Kubica said the 2019 German Grand Prix provided him with a stark reminder of how bad visibility is during wet Formula 1 races.

Insight: The checks F1 made before its first standing restart

The German Grand Prix marked a first for Formula 1 last weekend, when the race had a standing restart following those early safety car formation laps.

"Bruised" Mercedes will benefit from German GP pain - Wolff

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff admits his whole team feels “bruised” after a nightmare German Grand Prix, but insists that the outfit will learn from the experience.

Why Ferrari must be regretting its off-season changes

Ferrari had the pace to take pole in Germany and could have won the chaotic race, but the team was again undone by issues. This, argues former Formula 1 technical director Gary Anderson, is a result of changes the team has made to itself.

FIA believes Leclerc fine won't lead to more pitlane risks

The FIA insists that giving Ferrari just a fine for Charles Leclerc’s unsafe release in the German Grand Prix has not opened the door for other teams to take risks in the future.

"Bitter" Sainz backs McLaren strategy despite lost podium shot

Carlos Sainz said it felt "very bitter" to miss out on a chance at his maiden podium in the chaotic German Grand Prix - but backed his McLaren team's cautious strategy.

Marko rules out Red Bull replacing Gasly mid-season

Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko has silenced talk that Pierre Gasly’s future at the Formula 1 team is again in doubt, by confirming that the Frenchman will see out the season.

German GP: Best of team radio

Relive the German Grand Prix with selected radio messages from the Formula 1 race.

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What was behind Alfa Romeo’s double penalty in Germany

The excitement of last weekend’s German Grand Prix continued even after the race at Hockenheim had finished, as both Alfa Romeo drivers were struck with a penalty.

Leclerc: I put everything in the bin with crash

Charles Leclerc says he "put everything in the bin" with his crash in Formula 1's German Grand Prix after Ferrari got him "in the position to fight for a win".

Russell says Williams "made wrong choice" with tyres

George Russell feels his Williams team "made the wrong choice" with his tyre strategy during the German Grand Prix, admitting they threw away the chance of a much better result.

German Grand Prix driver ratings

A German Grand Prix that had just about everything resulted in a predictably wild range of scores in our driver ratings. But while there were a number of impressive performers, only one driver earned a perfect 10

Albon didn't want to engage in costly Hamilton battle

Alex Albon says he was forced to fight Formula 1 championship leader Lewis Hamilton during the latter stages of the 2019 German Grand Prix, and it ultimately cost him several positions.

Steiner: Team orders may be only solution to Haas clashes

Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner fears that team orders may now be the only way to stop his drivers crashing into each other – as he said he cannot allow things to continue as they are.