A review of the German GP by Pedro Cunha

Lewis Hamilton German GP

At home (in Germany) Rosberg claimed the 27th pole of his career and the 5th of the current season, but it was not a race to remember. At the start he was overtaken by Hamilton, Verstappen and Ricciardo, and during the race he suffered a penalty of 5 seconds after forcing another driver off the track (Verstappen) at a time when the two drivers were fighting for 5th place, having to settle for a final 4th position.

Nico Rosberg German GP

This race can be known as “Hamilton and the others.” We had countless fights for almost every positions, the same was not true for position one. It’s the 4th win in a row for Hamilton after one almost perfect race.

Lewis Hamilton German GP

Nice day for Red Bull as Ricciardo was 2nd (in what was his 100th GP) and Verstappen 3rd, which allowed the team to claim 2nd position in the constructors championship. Ferrari are now behind of Red Bull after a very discreet weekend; Vettel was 5th and Räikkönen 6th.

Ricciardo and Verstappen German GP

The Force India drivers also scored. Hülkenberg was 7th and Pérez 10th. Button added 4 more points to the McLaren score as he was 8th, and 2 more points for Williams after a 9th position for Bottas.

Hulkenberg German GP

It was a very interesting race with a few drops of rain on its final part and only 2 retirements, Massa – for the 3rd consecutive race in Germany, and Nasr.

Massa German GP

F1 goes on holiday and will return for the Belgian GP (August the 28th).


Drivers: Hamilton (217), Rosberg (198), Ricciardo (133), Räikkönen (122), Vettel (120)

Teams: Mercedes (415), Red Bull (256), Ferrari (242), Williams (96), Force India (81)

Post Tagged with , , , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>