Mercedes' Nico Rosberg took a dominating home victory at the German Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton finishing in third position, gaining 17 places from the grid.
Toro Rosso leaves Germany empty handed after a race where both drivers failed to progress forwards. Jean-Eric Vergne was put back due to a penalty while Daniil Kvyat retired with his STR9 on fire.
Lotus' Pastor Maldonado equalled his season-best finish of twelfth from his P19 starting position whilst Romain Grosjean was forced to retire from the German Grand Prix with a cooling issue on his E22.
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Red Bull Racing finished today's German Grand Prix in 4th and 6th positions. The result follows close on track battles from both cars, in particular with Fernando Alonso in the Ferrari who finished in between the Red Bulls.
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Sahara Force India scored seven points in today’s German Grand Prix with Nico Hulkenberg finishing in seventh place and Sergio Perez in 10th. The result sees the team re-take 5th in the constructors standings.
Even though his car was damaged on two separate occasions as he was sandwiched in Germany, Kimi Raikkonen says both incidents were “ok”…
Even though Caterham saw both its cars at the finish, Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson were unable to cause any surprises during today's German GP. The duo ended 16th and 18th respectively.
Jenson Button believes Lewis Hamilton tried too many dangerous moves during Sunday’s German Grand Prix…
Awesome fun, enjoyable and amazing are just some of the words that Daniel Ricciardo used to describe his tussle with Fernando Alonso in Germany…
Lewis Hamilton says he got the best result possible when he brought his W05 home in third place in Sunday’s German Grand Prix…
Win caps a memorable week for Rosberg who was married nine days ago, and then watched Germany win the World Cup final
Nico Rosberg completes week of his life with victory in German GP on a day when Lewis Hamilton produces back-to-the-wall drive to limit damage
Latest news updates and results with our live commentary of the German Grand Prix 2014 at Hockenheim as Lewis Hamilton starts 20th with Nico Rosberg on pole
There were points in the German Grand Prix for Nico Hulkenberg, Jenson Button, Kevin Magnussen and Sergio Perez…
Nico Rosberg was back to winning ways in Germany as he romped to an easy victory ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton…
Williams driver Felipe Massa hits Kevin Magnussen’s McLaren at the first corner of the German Grand Prix in Hockenheim, Germany. Even though his car flipped dangerously he …
The Brazilian driver was lucky to escape without injury after his car flipped upside down following a collision with McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen
Nico Rosberg has won the German Grand Prix of 2014 in dominant fashion. He lead the race from start to finish, celebrating on the podium with Williams' Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton in the second Silver Arrows.
Latest news updates and results with our live commentary of the German Grand Prix 2014 at Hockenheim as Lewis Hamilton starts 20th with Nico Rosberg on pole
Both Ferrari drivers said to be unhappy with their qualifying positions, mostly caused by technical and balance issues on their F14Ts. Fernando Alonso qualified in 7th place for the German Grand Prix while his teammate Kimi Raikkonen set the 12th best time.
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Esteban’s comments after Qualifying in Germany "We all did a great job today. We were working very hard in order to recover from the second practice session yesterday that was not ideal.
Qualifying for the German Grand Prix ended up with 5th and 6th positions for Red Bull drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel. Both seemed happy with the outcome with Vettel highlighting that the positions are good enough to score well during tomorrow's Grand Prix.
Williams' Valtteri Bottas finished second with Felipe Massa third in a very hot qualifying session. Both drivers encountered no problems during the today's sessions and were happy with their car's balance.
Toro Rosso's Chief Race Engineer Phil Charles said to be very pleased with today's qualifying outcome for his team, but in reality there were some mixed feelings as Jean-Eric Vergne only narrowly missed out on a place in Q3.
Mercedes' Nico Rosberg secured pole position for the team's home race today at Hockenheim, with Lewis Hamilton suffering from a brake failure and a crash that ended his session during Q1.
Caterham F1 endured another difficult qualifying session with one car stuck in the garage with a hydraulics problem. For Kamui Kobayashi things went slightly better and set-up changes made after FP3 proved promising for him.
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Fernando Alonso has set his sights on Red Bull, Force India and McLaren ahead of Sunday’s German GP…
Fernando Alonso has set his sights on Red Bull, Force India and McLaren ahead of Sunday’s German GP…
Lewis Hamilton faces an even steeper battle to get into the points in as he could be forced to start from the pitlane…
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In qualifying for the German Grand Prix on the Hockenheimring the two Sauber F1 Team drivers finished in 14th (Esteban Gutiérrez) and 17th (Adrian Sutil).
Qualifying for the German Grand Prix saw both Sahara Force Indias finish inside the top ten with Nico Hulkenberg ending the session in ninth just ahead of Sergio Perez in tenth.
Lotus' Romain Grosjean qualified in fifteenth and Pastor Maldonado nineteenth after a searing hot qualifying session at the Hockenheimring for the German Grand Prix.
McLaren's Kevin Magnussen qualified in 4th place for tomorrow's German Grand Prix with team mate Jenson Button narrowly missing out on the top ten. He'll start from 11th on the starting grid.
Daniel Ricciardo admits he was expecting to start a bit higher up the grid in Germany…
Lewis Hamilton will line-up on the German GP grid even though he is in “a bit of pain” following his qualifying crash…
Nico Rosberg was delighted to claim pole position at Hockenheim, but admits he would’ve preferred to go head-to-head with Lewis Hamilton…
There were top ten times in qualifying for the German GP for Fernando Alonso, Daniil Kvyat and both Force India drivers, Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez…
Nico Rosberg claimed his fifth pole position of this season for the German GP, edging out the Williams of Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa…
Brake failure cuts short Briton’s qualifying session, allowing title leader to sweep to comfortable pole position
Nico Rosberg took pole position at Hockenheim for the German Grand Prix, a fairly straightforward feat for the German after Lewis Hamilton dropped out early with a front right brake failure. Williams' Valtteri Bottas will start from second place, ahead of team mate Felipe Massa.
The Brit – who has his eyes on the drivers championship – smashed into the barriers in the first session and was taken to the medical centre for a check-up
Briton crashed into the barriers during early stages of Q1 at Hockenheim but emerged unscathed from accident