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Max Verstappen pitted five times on his way to the German GP win as Sebastian Vettel raced from P20 to P2, Lewis Hamilton lost his front wing and Charles Leclerc blotted his copybook.
The 2019 German Grand Prix will go down as perhaps the craziest race in Formula 1 history. Are you sitting comfortably? Then we will begin.
One slight bit of better news for Lewis Hamilton is that he will face no further action for a possible infringement during a Safety Car period.
Both Haas drivers were back in the points in Germany, but not without Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen bumping into each other again.
Nico Hulkenberg admitted it will “hurt even more tomorrow” after Renault went from a podium opportunity to a double-DNF.
Lance Stroll’s shock P4 finish at the German GP has raised £11,000 for Breast Cancer Care courtesy of the SportPesa Grid That Gives initiative.
Retiring from Sunday’s German GP, Charles Leclerc admits he made a mistake but reckons it wouldn’t have been a big deal were it not for the “dragster track” tarmac at Turn 15.
Podium finisher Daniil Kvyat gave the perfect description of the German Grand Prix: “a horror movie mixed with black comedy”.
Valterri Bottas has said that pushing too hard in response to team orders cost him a podium at the German Grand Prix.
The German Grand Prix served up a race of pure insanity. We sincerely hope it isn’t the last one we see for a while.