German GP – Result

Po Name Team Time Points 1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 01:30:44.200 25 2 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull – Tag Heuer +00:06.996 18 3 Max Verstappen Red Bull – Tag Heuer +00:13.413 15 4 Nico Rosberg Mercedes +00:15.845 12 5 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari +00:32.570 10 6 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari +00:37.023 8 7 Nico Hulkenberg Force India –

NOTEBOOK – German Qualifying

Nico Rosberg took pole for his home Grand Prix after beating Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in qualifying at Hockenheim. Pole Lap – N. Rosberg Coming out of the SudKeure to go to the outside along the kerb before going across pole to start the lap were he takes the NordKerve to the outside to run

German GP – Qualifying

Pos Name Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 01:15.485 01:14.839 01:14.363 2 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 01:15.243 01:14.748 01:14.470 3 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull – Tag Heuer 01:15.591 01:15.545 01:14.726 4 Max Verstappen Red Bull – Tag Heuer 01:15.875 01:15.124 01:14.834 5 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 01:15.752 01:15.242 01:15.142 6 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 01:15.927 01:15.630

NOTEBOOK – Germany Practice

Nico Rosberg topped both the practice sessions for his home grand prix at Hockenhiem beating his team-mate by .3 of a second in P2 and 1.2 seconds in P1. Comfortable gap Like we saw in Budapest Mercedes appear once again to have a comfortable gap over Ferrari and Red Bull. Hockenhiem is very similar to

GERMAN GP – Rosberg tops first practice by three tenths over Hamilton

Nico Rosberg was fastest in the first practice session for this weekend’s German Grand Prix. The world championship leader was .3 of a second faster than team-mate Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel. Like last weekend at the Hungaroring the Mercedes looked once again to have a comfortable gap over the Ferrari’s of Sebastian Vettel

PREVIEW – German Grand Prix

Round twelve of the season sees Formula One return to Germany and Hockenheim. The circuit was built as a test track for Mercedes in the 1930’s it ran around through the forest with the circuit being very dangerous. The old Hockenhiemring was used as a motorbike test track in the forest hidden from the Nazi