Will Vettel become the new home hero? (German Grand Prix preview)

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Michael Schumacher may be long gone from F1 racing, but his lasting impact in increasing the number of German drivers in the sport is clear to see. Five of the 20 drivers in F1 this year have their home race at the Nurburgring this weekend. And one of them is hotly tipped for victory following … Continue reading Will Vettel become the new home hero? (German Grand Prix preview)

Championship positions after the German German Prix

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Lewis Hamilton takes a four-point lead in the drivers’ championship with his win in the German Grand Prix. Felipe Massa is second ahead of team mate Kimi Raikkonen. Ferrari remain the team to beat in the constructors’ championship but McLaren have closed to within four points of second-placed BMW. And the battle for fourth place … Continue reading Championship positions after the German German Prix

Video: German GP history 1950-1976

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While many modern fans have seen the Nurburgring in its short, stadium-based configuration, the old Nurburgring Nordschleife was a behemoth of a track. More than 20 kilometers long, an F1 car needed around 7 minutes to complete a lap. Watch these first two videos showing laps of the old Nurburgring in all its glory.

2008 German Grand Prix preview ?ǣ Ferrari looking strong in title race

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The drivers? championship race is perfectly poised with the top three drivers tied on 48 points. But Ferrari has been ahead in the constructors? championship race for almost all the season. At Silverstone McLaren finally arrested their progress but are still 24 points behind with eight races remaining. If Ferrari can add to their lead … Continue reading 2008 German Grand Prix preview ?ǣ Ferrari looking strong in title race

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