German Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton and Robert Kubica
Mark Scott
Hamilton and Kubica keep their German GP points
The FIA's International Court of Appeal has dismissed Alfa's German GP protest, meaning Lewis Hamilton and Robert Kubica keep their points.
Sebastian-Vettel-signing-autographs-PA
Jamie Woodhouse
Vettel: F1 will realise it needs the German GP
Four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel believes Formula 1 will quickly realise that it needs the German Grand Prix.
Alfa Romeo will have their German GP appeal heard on 24 September.
Jamie Woodhouse
Alfa Romeo’s German GP appeal set for September
Alfa Romeo won't have their appeal heard over the 30-second penalties for Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi at the German GP until September.
Alfa Romeo officially launch appeal against German GP penalties.
Jamie Woodhouse
Alfa Romeo submit appeal against Germany penalties
Alfa Romeo have lodged a former appeal against the penalties which cost Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi points at Hockenheim.
Mercedes will not step in to save the German Grand Prix again.
Jamie Woodhouse
Mercedes won’t try to save the German GP again
Mercedes have confirmed that they won't attempt to keep the German Grand Prix on the 2020 calendar like they did this season.
'Standing start was simple decision, gut instinct'
Michelle Foster
‘Standing start was simple decision, gut instinct’
F1 race director Michael Masi says having a standing start at the German GP was a "very simple decision" given the feedback they were receiving from the drivers.
Mark Scott
Pit Chat: Do not get stuck in a lift with Ricciardo
Curses, curses everywhere after an utter bonkers German Grand Prix. We're looking at you Daniel Ricciardo...
Lewis Hamilton
Mark Scott
Is there a disconnect between Hamilton and Mercedes?
One reader wonders if Lewis Hamilton needs a new race engineer after questioning another strategy call in Germany...
Max-Verstappen-wet tyres
Michelle Foster
Red Bull set new pit stop record – again
Red Bull broke their own pit stop record at the German Grand Prix, changing race winner Max Verstappen's tyres in 1.88s.
The FIA see nothing wrong with the German Grand Prix "drag strip" section.
Jamie Woodhouse
FIA dismiss German GP ‘drag strip’ criticism
Formula 1 race director Michael Masi sees nothing wrong with the German GP "drag strip" section despite fierce criticism.