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The Hockenheim ring may not be disappearing from Formula 1 yet after all with talks ongoing for a 2020 German Grand Prix.
Formula 1 race director Michael Masi sees nothing wrong with the German GP “drag strip” section despite fierce criticism.
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.
Lewis Hamilton benefited from Ferrari’s qualifying woes to take pole position for the German Grand Prix.
The pressure came flooding back for Red Bull’s Pierre Gasly after a heavy accident at the final corner in FP2 ahead of the German GP.
The German Grand Prix went lights out a bit earlier than expected when a bus crashed into the start lights at Hockenheim on Thursday.
F1 could be in for a very wet German GP weekend, at least once the heat breaks which will be happening with the arrival of thunderstorms.
Mercedes look to make it four-straight wins on home soil at the German Grand Prix, with Lewis Hamilton eyeing up a hat-trick.
It is set to be another brief reappearance from the German Grand Prix with no deal in place for the 2019 season.
Although keen to remain on the Formula 1 calendar, Hockenheim want a revised deal as the circuit cannot continue to take a financial hit.
Hockenheim’s CEO Georg Seiler is unable to say at this stage whether the German Grand Prix will continue after 2018 and “serious discussions” need to take place.