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    Friday
    Practice Session 1   14:00 To 15:30
    Practice Session 2   18:00 To 19:30
    
    Saturday
    Practice Session 3   15:00 To 16:00
    Qualifying Session   18:00 To 19:00
    
    Sunday
    Race                 18:00 To 20:00
    Here is the Final Championship Standings after Abu Dhabi GP:
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    World Championship Standings
    Drivers Standings
    Pos  Driver             Points
     1   Lewis Hamilton       384
     2   Nico Rosberg         317
     3   Daniel Ricciardo     238
     4   Valtteri Bottas      186
     5   Sebastian Vettel     167
     6   Fernando Alonso      161
     7   Felipe Massa         134
     8   Jenson Button        126
     9   Nico Hulkenberg       96
    10   Sergio Perez          59
    11   Kevin Magnussen       55
    12   Kimi Raikkonen        55
    13   Jean-Eric Vergne      22
    14   Romain Grosjean        8
    15   Daniil Kvyat           8
    16   Pastor Maldonado       2
    17   Jules Bianchi          2
    18   Adrian Sutil           0
    19   Marcus Ericsson        0
    20   Esteban Gutierrez      0
    21   Max Chilton            0
    22   Kamui Kobayashi        0
    23   Will Stevens           0
    
    
    Constructors Standings
    Pos  Constructor         Points
    1   Mercedes              701
    2   Red Bull/Renault      405
    3   Williams/Mercedes     320
    4   Ferrari               216
    5   McLaren/Mercedes      181
    6   Force India/Mercedes  155
    7   Toro Rosso/Renault     30
    8   Lotus/Renault          10
    9   Marussia/Ferrari        2
    10   Sauber/Ferrari          0
    11   Caterham/Renault        0
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    Rosberg fastest in FP1, Massa crashes out
    Nico Rosberg set the pace during the first practice session for the British Grand Prix, which also featured the first female F1 driver in an official session for 22 years and a big accident for Felipe Massa.

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    British GP
    Practice Session 1
    Pos Driver                Team                  Time       Gap     Laps
     1. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes              1m35.424s           25
     2. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes              1m36.155s  +0.731s  22
     3. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari               1m36.263s  +0.839s  23
     4. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault      1m36.623s  +1.199s  21
     5. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari               1m36.703s  +1.279s  23
     6. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault      1m36.921s  +1.497s  20
     7. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes      1m36.963s  +1.539s  25
     8. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault    1m37.175s  +1.751s  29
     9. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault    1m37.227s  +1.803s  25
    10. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes      1m37.231s  +1.807s  30
    11. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes  1m37.720s  +2.296s  22
    12. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault         1m37.910s  +2.486s  21
    13. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari        1m38.056s  +2.632s  18
    14. Daniel Juncadella     Force India-Mercedes  1m38.083s  +2.659s  23
    15. Giedo van der Garde   Sauber-Ferrari        1m38.328s  +2.904s  19
    16. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari      1m38.917s  +3.493s  12
    17. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes     1m39.461s  +4.037s   7
    18. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari      1m39.814s  +4.390s  24
    19. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault      1m40.597s  +5.173s  19
    20. Robin Frijns          Caterham-Renault      1m42.261s  +6.837s  11
    21. Susie Wolff           Williams-Mercedes     1m44.212s  +8.788s   4
    22. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault         no time              2
    Hamilton top despite late issue
    Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in the second Friday practice for the British Grand Prix, despite experiencing a technical issue towards the end of the session.

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    British GP
    Practice Session 2
    Pos Driver                Team                   Time     Gap        Laps
     1. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes               1m34.508s            14
     2. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes               1m34.736s  +0.228s   35
     3. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                1m35.244s  +0.736s   32
     4. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault       1m35.511s  +1.003s   11
     5. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault       1m35.627s  +1.119s   27
     6. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes      1m36.016s  +1.508s   33
     7. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes       1m36.228s  +1.720s   34
     8. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes       1m36.299s  +1.791s   35
     9. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari                1m36.554s  +2.046s   29
    10. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault     1m36.583s  +2.075s   26
    11. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes      1m36.671s  +2.163s   29
    12. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault     1m36.778s  +2.270s   31
    13. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari         1m36.951s  +2.443s   35
    14. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault          1m37.064s  +2.556s   35
    15. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault          1m37.097s  +2.589s   33
    16. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes   1m37.236s  +2.728s   37
    17. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes   1m37.449s  +2.941s   27
    18. Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari         1m37.520s  +3.012s   25
    19. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari       1m38.658s  +4.150s   11
    20. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault       1m39.068s  +4.560s   31
    21. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari       1m39.224s  +4.716s   28
    22. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault       1m39.762s  +5.254s   21
    Pirelli to test low-profile tyres on Lotus at Silverstone test
    Pirelli will test low-profile tyres on the Lotus at next week's in-season test in order to see what a Formula One car will look like with tyres closer to a road car's.

    Struggling Raikkonen chases set-up
    Kimi Raikkonen is still struggling to get comfortable with his Ferrari after chasing different set-ups during Friday practice for the British Grand Prix and failing to come up with a solution.

    Rosberg and Ricciardo escape FP1 red flag penalties
    Nico Rosberg and Daniel Ricciardo have both been cleared after overtaking other cars during the red flag period of Friday's opening practice session at Silverstone.

    Saturday morning compromised - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton admits he will have to rectify his run plan for FP3 after a suspected oil pressure failure prevented him from completing a race simulation in Friday's second practice session.

    Rosberg happy to share data after Hamilton issue
    Nico Rosberg says he will not hold back on the data he gives Mercedes after an engine issue prevented Lewis Hamilton completing his crucial long run in FP2 at Silverstone.

    Ferrari and Red Bull back in the hunt - Massa
    Felipe Massa says the resurgence of Ferrari and Red Bull in Silverstone makes the loss of track time which followed his FP1 crash even more frustrating.

    Bottas miffed by bizarre engine cover damage
    Valtteri Bottas says he has no idea what caused the engine cover on the left side of his Williams to come loose in FP2 at Silverstone.

    Ricciardo unconcerned by Friday issues
    Daniel Ricciardo does not believe the issues which limited his running on Friday will continue into the weekend and expects Red Bull to take the fight to Mercedes at Silverstone.

    Wolff 'massively disappointed' after engine issue
    Susie Wolff was left "massively disappointed" after her on-track debut at a grand prix weekend was limited to just four laps of the Silverstone circuit.

    Louder exhausts possible if teams agree - FIA
    Formula One is still working on solutions to up the volume of the new generation V6 turbo engines, but the FIA says it is up to the teams to decide whether to adopt the ideas.

    FIA plays down standing restart dangers
    The FIA has dismissed concerns from some drivers that standing restarts after safety cars will be dangerous next year.

    Drivers stand up for Monza against Ecclestone
    Several Formula One drivers have warned against dropping Monza from the Formula One calendar after 2016, as has been suggested by Bernie Ecclestone this week.

    Raikkonen expects to retire at end of 2015
    Kimi Raikkonen says he expects to retire from Formula One at the end of 2015 when his current Ferrari contract expires.

    Red Bull can be best of the rest in Britain - Ricciardo
    Daniel Ricciardo is confident Red Bull will return to being the best of the rest behind Mercedes at this weekend's British Grand Prix despite its struggles in Austria two weeks ago.

    Rosberg struggles with advice from father Keke
    Nico Rosberg admits he finds it difficult to take advice from his father Keke, despite the fact he has his own championship-winning experience from 1982.

    Vettel insists attitude has not changed
    Sebastian Vettel insists his attitude to F1 has not changed despite going from a period of dominance to frustration in such a short amount of time.

    Switch to Merc power wouldn't be magic cure - Maldonado
    Pastor Maldonado does not think a switch to Mercedes power would guarantee success for Lotus as rumours the team will ditch Renault gather pace.

    Alonso has 'bigger priorities' than new contract
    Fernando Alonso says he is so focused on doing what he can to put Ferrari into a winning position next year that he has given little thought to extending his contract beyond 2016.

    Hamilton not dwelling on recent fortunes
    Lewis Hamilton does not believe he has too much to learn from the last three races despite seeing team-mate Nico Rosberg gain a sizeable advantage in the championship fight.

    Grosjean eyeing race-winning team for 2015
    Romain Grosjean is determined to get back in a winning car next year and has said that might mean leaving Lotus at the end of the year.

    Button unconcerned by Dennis warning shot
    Jenson Button says he disagrees with Ron Dennis' comments that he needs to work harder to consistently beat Kevin Magnussen and is still refusing to comment on his future at McLaren.

    Haas to sponsor Ferrari
    Haas Automation will sponsor Ferrari until the end of the 2015 season as talks about a technical partnership between the Italian team and Haas Formula for 2016 progress.

    Give new rules a chance - Perez
    Sergio Perez thinks fans and drivers should hold back on criticising the newly-approved rules for 2015 until they see them unfold on a race weekend.

    Renault makes management changes to address slide
    Renault Sport has made changes to its management structure in a bid to address the problems it has faced this year, with ex-Caterham team principal Cyril Abiteboul returning to the engine manufacturer.
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    bad luck for ferrari ... n look what hamilton did ....
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    Vettel tops wet final practice session
    Sebastian Vettel topped the times during a wet final practice session for the British Grand Prix - the first time the world champion has done so this year - as the two Mercedes drivers opted not to set lap times in the tricky conditions.

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    British GP
    Practice Session 3
    Pos  Driver               Team              Time       Gap       Laps
     1.  Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull-Renault     1m52.522s              6
     2.  Daniel Ricciardo  Red Bull-Renault     1m52.631s  +0.109s     6
     3.  Pastor Maldonado  Lotus-Renault        1m53.044s  +0.522s    10
     4.  Romain Grosjean   Lotus-Renault        1m53.566s  +1.044s     6
     5.  Adrian Sutil      Sauber-Ferrari       1m53.585s  +1.063s    12
     6.  Daniil Kvyat      Toro Rosso-Renault   1m53.654s  +1.132s    15
     7.  Kevin Magnussen   McLaren-Mercedes     1m53.911s  +1.389s     5
     8.  Jenson Button     McLaren-Mercedes     1m54.041s  +1.519s     6
     9.  Valtteri Bottas   Williams-Mercedes    1m54.217s  +1.695s     4
    10.  Kimi Raikkonen    Ferrari              1m54.558s  +2.036s     5
    11.  Jean-Eric Vergne  Toro Rosso-Renault   1m54.602s  +2.080s     6
    12.  Esteban Gutierrez Sauber-Ferrari       1m54.761s  +2.239s    13
    13.  Felipe Massa      Williams-Mercedes    1m55.003s  +2.481s     4
    14.  Nico Hulkenberg   Force India-Mercedes 1m55.688s  +3.166s     6
    15.  Sergio Perez      Force India-Mercedes 1m56.918s  +4.396s     7
    16.  Marcus Ericsson   Caterham-Renault     1m57.091s  +4.569s    10
    17.  Jules Bianchi     Marussia-Ferrari     1m57.566s  +5.044s     6
    18.  Kamui Kobayashi   Caterham-Renault     1m57.914s  +5.392s    10
    19.  Max Chilton       Marussia-Ferrari                            1
    20.  Fernando Alonso   Ferrari                                     4
    21.  Nico Rosberg      Mercedes                                    4
    22.  Lewis Hamilton    Mercedes                                    5
    Rosberg takes pole on mixed grid, Hamilton sixth
    Nico Rosberg will start from pole position ahead of Sebastian Vettel on a mixed grid at the British Grand Prix after rain shuffled the order in qualifying, leaving Lewis Hamilton sixth and knocking the Williamses and Ferraris out in Q1.

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    British GP
    Qualifying Session
    Pos Driver                Team                 Time         Gap   
     1. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes              1m35.766s  
     2. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault      1m37.386s  +1.620s
     3. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes      1m38.200s  +2.434s
     4. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes  1m38.329s  +2.563s
     5. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes      1m38.417s  +2.651s
     6. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes              1m39.232s  +3.466s
     7. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes  1m40.457s  +4.691s
     8. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault      1m40.606s  +4.840s
     9. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault    1m40.707s  +4.941s
    10. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault    1m40.855s  +5.089s
    Q2 cut-off time: 1m38.166s                                  Gap **
    11. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault        1m38.496s  +3.626s
    12. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari     1m38.709s  +3.839s
    13. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari     1m39.800s  +4.930s
    14. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari       1m40.912s  +6.042s
    15. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault        1m44.018s  +9.148s
    16. Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari       no time
    Q1 cut-off time: 1m45.086s                                  Gap *
    17. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes    1m45.318s  +4.938s
    18. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes    1m45.695s  +5.315s
    19. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari              1m45.935s  +5.555s
    20. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari              1m46.684s  +6.304s
    21. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault     1m49.421s  +9.041s
    22. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault     1m49.625s  +9.245s
    107% time: 1m47.406s  * Gap to quickest in Q1  ** Gap to quickest in Q2
    Hamilton takes blame for qualifying call
    Lewis Hamilton says it was his decision to abort his final flying lap as he dropped to sixth, while title rival Nico Rosberg claimed a dramatic pole, on a drying track during a dramatic qualifying session at Silverstone.

    Rosberg thought qualifying gamble would fail
    Nico Rosberg did not believe the gamble to complete his final flying lap which earnt him pole position on a drying track at Silverstone would pay off.

    'Zero tolerance' to running wide at Copse and Club
    The stewards will take a "zero tolerance" approach to drivers leaving the track at Copse and Club during qualifying, with those gaining an advantage by going off the circuit having their times deleted.

    Communication at Ferrari needs improving - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso says longer decision-making "procedures" from Ferrari compared to other teams meant it did not react fast enough to the changing weather as both he and Kimi Raikkonen were eliminated from Q1 at Silverstone.

    Maldonado excluded from qualifying
    Pastor Maldonado has been excluded from the qualifying results for the British Grand Prix and will start Sunday's race from the back of the grid after Lotus was unable to provide a one litre fuel sample after the session.

    'Catalogue of errors' cost Williams in qualifying
    Williams says a combination of mistakes worked against the team as it saw both Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa eliminated from Q1 in changing conditions at Silverstone.

    Hulkenberg nearly aborted lap for P4
    Nico Hulkenberg nearly aborted his fast lap in qualifying for the British Grand Prix, but decided to stick with it and secured fourth place - his best grid slot of the season - as a result.

    We just got it wrong - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen said Ferrari simply got the timing wrong for his qualifying lap at the British Grand Prix, leaving him 18th on the grid for Sunday's race once penalties are taken into account.

    Button dedicates third to late father
    Jenson Button says he his father John was on his mind after he claimed third on the grid for the British Grand Prix.

    Red Bull apologises to Ricciardo
    Red Bull has apologised to Daniel Ricciardo at the British Grand Prix after its decision not to send him out for a second run in the final session of qualifying.

    'Risky' call earns Vettel second
    Sebastian Vettel thinks his position on the front row of the grid for the British Grand Prix shows the value of occasionally adopting a risky strategy in Formula One.
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    VET-ALO proper dogfight was the best thing in this race.
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    Hamilton secures crucial victory at Silverstone
    Lewis Hamilton clawed back 25 points in his championship battle with Nico Rosberg after winning a chaotic British Grand Prix from sixth on the grid.

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    British GP
    Race Results
    Pos Driver                Team/Car                 Time/Gap
     1. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes                 2h26m52.094s
     2. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes        +30.135s
     3. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault         +46.495s
     4. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes         +47.390s
     5. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault         +53.864s
     6. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                  +59.946s
     7. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes         +1m02.563s
     8. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes     +1m28.692s
     9. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault       +1m29.340s
    10. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault       -1 lap
    11. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes     -1 lap
    12. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault            -1 lap
    13. Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari           -1 lap
    14. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari         -1 lap
    15. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault         -2 laps
    16. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari         -2 laps
    17. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault            -3 laps
    
    Retirements:
        Nico Rosberg          Mercedes                 28  laps
        Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault         11  laps
        Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari            9  laps
        Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes         1  laps
        Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari                   0  laps
    Here is the World Championships Standings after British GP:
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    World Championships Standings
    Drivers' championship          Constructors' championship
     1. Nico Rosberg      165      1. Mercedes             326
     2. Lewis Hamilton    161      2. Red Bull-Renault     168
     3. Daniel Ricciardo  98       3. Ferrari              106
     4. Fernando Alonso   87       4. Williams-Mercedes    103
     5. Valtteri Bottas   73       5. Force India-Mercedes 91 
     6. Sebastian Vettel  70       6. McLaren-Mercedes     90 
     7. Nico Hulkenberg   63       7. Toro Rosso-Renault   15 
     8. Jenson Button     55       8. Lotus-Renault        8  
     9. Kevin Magnussen   35       9. Marussia-Ferrari     2  
    10. Felipe Massa      30      10. Sauber-Ferrari       0  
    11. Sergio Perez      28      11. Caterham-Renault     0  
    12. Kimi Raikkonen    19                                    
    13. Jean-Eric Vergne  9                                     
    14. Romain Grosjean   8    
    15. Daniil Kvyat      6    
    16. Jules Bianchi     2    
    Alonso likes to complain - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel says he was not surprised Fernando Alonso complained about his driving on the radio after he prevailed in their epic battle for fifth at Silverstone.

    I would have won the race - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg is sure he would have won the British Grand Prix had he not had a gearbox problem on lap 29.

    Raikkonen 'bruised' after high-speed Silverstone crash
    Kimi Raikkonen managed to avoid serious injury after his frightening first-lap Silverstone crash but remains a doubt for next week's test at the British circuit.

    Alonso takes no pleasure from Vettel duel
    Fernando Alonso says he takes no satisfaction from his thrilling and emotionally-charged battle with Sebastian Vettel at Silverstone as it was for fifth position and not for the victory.

    'I really needed this' - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton says his victory in front of his home crowd at Silverstone was exactly what he needed in his championship fight with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.

    Gutierrez given penalty for Maldonado shunt
    Esteban Gutierrez will drop three places from wherever he qualifies at the German Grand Prix as punishment for colliding with Pastor Maldonado at the British Grand Prix.

    Bottas targets a victory after Silverstone podium
    Valtteri Bottas thinks the next step for Williams has to be challenging Mercedes for race victories after he secured a career-best second at the British Grand Prix.
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    Button sure he would have been on podium with another lap
    Jenson Button believes he would have scored a podium at the British Grand Prix had he had another lap to attack Daniel Ricciardo in third.

    Ricciardo overjoyed by 'best third'
    An "ecstatic" Daniel Ricciardo said he would not have been able to hold off Jenson Button for another lap after securing third for the British Grand Prix.

    Massa wants crackdown on Mercedes' slow formation laps
    Felipe Massa has called for penalties in the future if Mercedes continue to lead the pack at a slow pace on formation laps.

    Chilton 'very lucky' to avoid flying tyre
    Max Chilton says he is "very lucky" to have avoided a serious injury after tweeting a picture of a flying tyre from Kimi Raikkonen's accident frighteningly close to his head at Silverstone.

    Hamilton 'needed' win for self-belief
    Lewis Hamilton said he "needed" his victory at the British Grand Prix to help bolster his self-belief at this stage of the championship.

    Ferrari will be a different team in 2015 - Mattiacci
    Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci says he is "preparing a different team for 2015" but declined to go into details.

    Kimi should not have rejoined going 'balls out' - Lauda
    Three-time champion and Mercedes boss Niki Lauda says Kimi Raikkonen only has himself to blame for his accident at the British Grand Prix.

    Raikkonen rested from Silverstone test
    Kimi Raikkonen will sit out of this week's Silverstone test following his big accident on the first lap of the British Grand Prix, but is expected to be back for the German Grand Prix.

    Hamilton plays down Rosberg's German allegiance
    Lewis Hamilton has poked fun at Mercedes team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg's allegiance to Germany ahead of his home race at Hockenheim.

    Gearbox issues raises concerns at Mercedes
    Toto Wolff says Nico Rosberg's gearbox failure at the British Grand Prix has raised "lots of concerns" and caught the team by surprise.

    Drivers must be free to race - Horner
    Christian Horner says it is a shame for F1 that Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel's battle for fifth at Silverstone was overshadowed by the drivers complaining to race control about the other exceeding track limits.

    Pirelli reveals images of low-profile tyres
    Pirelli has released computer-generated images of the new 18-inch, low-profile tyres it will be testing at Silverstone on Wednesday.

    Massa fastest after first morning at Silverstone
    Felipe Massa topped the first day of Silverstone's in-season test, setting a time 0.331s quicker than Mercedes' Nico Rosberg in second.

    Caterham bolsters junior programme with Nathanael Berthon
    Caterham has confirmed the signing of GP2 racer Nathanael Berthon to the team's new Development Driver Programme.

    Massa stays top at opening Silverstone test
    Felipe Massa topped the times on the first day of in-season testing at Silverstone, with his time from the morning remaining at the top of the timesheets at the end of the day.

    Massa: Williams can be 'competitive anywhere'
    Felipe Massa says he is confident Williams can be "competitive everywhere" rather than just at power circuits because its updates continue to impress after he topped the timesheets at the first day of the Silverstone test.

    Ricciardo excited by renewed Vettel form
    Daniel Ricciardo is sure Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel will return to his best at the German Grand Prix and thinks it will bring out the best in his own performances.

    Rosberg shrugs off Hamilton jibe
    Nico Rosberg has shrugged off Lewis Hamilton's suggestion he is not a true German ahead of F1's arrival at Hockenheim in two weeks' time.

    Water leak cuts Ferrari's day short
    Pedro de la Rosa says the opening day of testing at Silverstone was going "fantastically well" for Ferrari until it was cut short by a water leak.

    Pirelli unveils low-profile tyres in Silverstone pit lane
    Pirelli has unveiled its low-profile concept tyres in the Silverstone pit lane, wheeling them out fitted to the Lotus E22.

    - Formula 1- Season 2014 - - 258793


    Bottas could become 'exceptional' - Smedley
    Rob Smedley believes Valtteri Bottas' performance at the British Grand Prix demonstrated the potential he has to become one of F1's top drivers.

    Boullier: No issues with Button
    Eric Boullier has drawn a line in the sand under the recent media reaction to comments made by Ron Dennis about Jenson Button, saying they came from the atmosphere of "positive pressure" at McLaren.

    Kvyat fastest as Lotus tests low-profile Pirellis
    Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat set the pace on the second morning of in-season testing at Silverstone, although the focus was on Pirelli's low-profile tyre test with Lotus.

    Company offers 7-1 World Cup German GP discount
    A company working with Hockenheim is offering fans an ?11 discount for every goal Germany scored in the FIFA World Cup semi-final against Brazil for next weekend's German Grand Prix - totalling ?77 off each ticket.

    FRIC ban would not be a 'game changer' - Boullier
    The FIA looks set to tighten regulations surrounding Front and Rear Interconnected [FRIC] suspension systems at the next grand prix in Germany.

    Pirelli ready for 18-inch tyres in 2016
    Pirelli would be willing to introduce low-profile tyres in 2016 if the sport requested it after the successful test of its 18-inch tyres on Wednesday.

    Bianchi quickest at second day of Silverstone test
    Jules Bianchi set the fastest time on the second day of in-season testing at Silverstone as he stood in for Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari.

    No guarantee of 2015 Mercedes challenge - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel has suggested Red Bull's current rate of development is not at the level it needs to be if the team is to enter 2015 on an even keel with Mercedes.

    18-inch tyres will present 'big challenge' for teams - Pic
    After becoming the first driver to test Pirelli's new 18-inch tyres, Charles Pic believes it will be a "big challenge" for teams and drivers to adapt to low-profile tyres should Formula One adopt them in the future.

    Hamilton buoyed by 'positive' but frustrating Silverstone test
    Lewis Hamilton thinks Mercedes can be encouraged by the results it managed to obtain during the final day of testing at Silverstone despite a day of limited running.

    I have to show Ferrari I'm ready - Bianchi
    Jules Bianchi says he has to take opportunities like Wednesday's Silverstone test to prove he is good enough to one day drive for Ferrari.

    McLaren abandons 'going radical' in 2014
    Eric Boullier says the recent upswing in performance of the MP4-29 has convinced McLaren to continue along its current route of development.

    Mercedes could be hurt by FRIC ban - Bottas
    Valtteri Bottas has suggested Mercedes could be the team most affected by any ban on Front and Rear Interconnected (FRIC) suspension and is certain it will not have any impact on Williams.

    Ferrari has made aerodynamic progress - Mattiacci
    Marco Mattiacci insists Ferrari has made enough progress on the aerodynamic side in recent races to give the team a "good starting point" for the second half of the season.
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    Lotus backs shift to low-profile tyres to boost F1 'wow' factor
    Lotus deputy team principal Federico Gastaldi believes low-profile tyres - as tested by his team at Silverstone last week - will help Formula One appeal to new and younger audiences.

    Standing restart proposal came from McLaren - Whiting
    McLaren was involved in initial plans to introduce standing restarts after safety cars next year.

    Lack of title sponsor 'not a worry' for McLaren
    McLaren insists it is not concerned about the absence of a title sponsor on its cars this year.

    Van der Garde shunt gives Sauber added work
    Giedo van der Garde's accident at last week's Silverstone test has given Sauber extra work it "didn't need" ahead of this weekend's German Grand Prix.

    Hamilton could be 'unbeatable' - Button
    Jenson Button says he knows from his time alongside Lewis Hamilton at McLaren that his fellow Englishman will be unstoppable in his quest for a second world title if "his head is in the right place" for the rest of the season.

    Sochi a drivers' circuit - Whiting
    Charlie Whiting thinks the circuit currently being constructed at the Winter Olympic park in Sochi for the Russian Grand Prix will be very popular with drivers.

    Caterham approaches Sainz Jr over race seat
    Formula Renault 3.5 championship leader Carlos Sainz Jr has told a Spanish newspaper he has been approached by Caterham's new ownership about a race seat, possibly for as early as this season.

    Schumacher's condition 'improving', says wife
    Corinna Schumacher, the wife of Michael Schumacher, has said the seven-time world champion is "getting better" after being transferred to a rehabilitation clinic in Switzerland last month.

    Hamilton 'stable and mature' emotionally - Wolff
    Toto Wolff has downplayed recent speculation about Lewis Hamilton's state of mind by saying the Brit demonstrated his mental strength at Silverstone.

    Top teams resigned to FRIC ban
    Formula One's top teams are reportedly ready to remove their Front and Rear Interconnected (FRIC) suspension systems for the German Grand Prix amidst growing doubts unanimous support for delaying a ban can found.

    Williams bolsters Advanced Engineering business
    UK prime minister David Cameron officially opened Williams' new Advanced Engineering facility, the result of an ?8 million investment from the team over the last two years.

    Legislation gives green light to London Grand Prix
    The British Government has announced it will legislate to allow councils to host motor racing on public roads, opening the door to an F1 race around the streets of London, the Telegraph has confirmed.

    'Over the moon' Rosberg ties the knot
    Nico Rosberg has put the disappointment of his retirement at the British Grand Prix behind him by tying the knot with long-term girlfriend Vivian Sibold at a ceremony in Monaco.
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    Mercedes finds solution for Rosberg's gearbox issue
    Mercedes has found a solution for Nico Rosberg's gearbox issues at the British Grand Prix as well as adding performance to the W05 ahead of the German Grand Prix.

    Sparks in 2015 not just for show - FIA
    New regulations that should result in sparks flying from the underside of cars next season are being introduced for safety and technical reasons as well as improving the show, according to the FIA.

    No short-term answers for McLaren
    McLaren says there is no quick fix for its lack of pace this year but it is still working hard on its 2014 car in order to learn lessons for 2015.

    No agreement on FRIC ahead of German GP
    Formula One teams are not expected to come to an agreement over the use of FRIC (Front and Rear Interconnected) suspension systems ahead of the German Grand Prix, raising the prospect of protests against any team that opts to run it this weekend.

    Rosberg reveals World Cup edition helmet
    Championship leader Nico Rosberg has revealed he will be wearing a special edition helmet to celebrate Germany's FIFA World Cup trophy at his home grand prix this weekend.

    New Caterham owners restructure team
    The Caterham F1 team has undergone the first steps of a significant restructuring process under its new owners.

    Rossi parts ways with Caterham
    Alexander Rossi has confirmed he has parted company with the Caterham F1 and GP2 teams.

    Haas turned down US F1 investment opportunity
    Gene Haas says his entry into Formula One represents a big turnaround in his opinion of the sport after he rejected the opportunity to personally invest in the ill-fated US F1 team.

    Rosberg agrees to contract extension
    Nico Rosberg has extended his stay with Mercedes after signing a "multi-year extension" with the team.

    Perez predicts Force India fightback at Hockenheim
    Sergio Perez insists Force India's struggles at Silverstone were a blip and fully expects the team to be back to its 2014 best at the German Grand Prix.

    FIFA gives Rosberg World Cup helmet the red card
    Football's world governing body FIFA has stepped in to prevent Nico Rosberg from wearing a helmet featuring a picture of the World Cup trophy for this weekend's German Grand Prix due to copyright grievances.

    Here is the Timing Schedule for this weekend's German GP:
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    Friday
    Practice Session 1   13:00 To 14:30
    Practice Session 2   17:00 To 18:30
    
    Saturday
    Practice Session 3   14:00 To 15:00
    Qualifying Session   17:00 To 18:00
    
    Sunday
    Race                 17:00 To 19:00
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    Rosberg pips Hamilton to top spot in first practice
    Nico Rosberg set the fastest time during the first practice session for the German Grand Prix, beating Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to the top spot by 0.065s.

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    German GP
    Practice Session 1
    Pos Driver                Team                   Time      Gap      Laps
     1. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes               1m19.131s           29
     2. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes               1m19.196s  +0.065s  25
     3. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                1m19.423s  +0.292s  21
     4. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault       1m19.697s  +0.566s  27
     5. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes       1m19.833s  +0.702s  24
     6. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault       1m20.097s  +0.966s  28
     7. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes       1m20.105s  +0.974s  32
     8. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari                1m20.210s  +1.079s  21
     9. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault     1m20.337s  +1.206s  28
    10. Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari         1m20.505s  +1.374s  18
    11. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes      1m20.542s  +1.411s  19
    12. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault     1m20.586s  +1.455s  23
    13. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes   1m20.592s  +1.461s  22
    14. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes   1m20.598s  +1.467s  24
    15. Susie Wolff           Williams-Mercedes      1m20.769s  +1.638s  22
    16. Giedo van der Garde   Sauber-Ferrari         1m20.782s  +1.651s  23
    17. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault          1m21.603s  +2.472s  20
    18. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault          1m21.854s  +2.723s  30
    19. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault       1m22.572s  +3.441s  31
    20. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari       1m22.982s  +3.851s  24
    21. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault       1m23.256s  +4.125s  35
    22. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari       1m23.299s  +4.168s  22
    Hamilton pips Rosberg in FP2
    Lewis Hamilton just beat Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to the fastest time in second practice for the German Grand Prix as the two look closely matched ahead of this weekend's race.

    Code:
    German GP
    Practice Session 2
    Pos Driver                Team                   Time      Gap      Laps
     1. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes               1m18.341s           38
     2. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes               1m18.365s  +0.024s  39
     3. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault       1m18.443s  +0.102s  35
     4. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari                1m18.887s  +0.546s  38
     5. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes       1m18.960s  +0.619s  40
     6. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes      1m19.024s  +0.683s  36
     7. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes       1m19.221s  +0.880s  40
     8. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault       1m19.248s  +0.907s  35
     9. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                1m19.329s  +0.988s  32
    10. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes      1m19.385s  +1.044s  34
    11. Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari         1m19.417s  +1.076s  41
    12. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault     1m19.452s  +1.111s  27
    13. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes   1m19.581s  +1.240s  28
    14. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes   1m19.593s  +1.252s  32
    15. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault     1m19.760s  +1.419s  32
    16. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault          1m20.158s  +1.817s  35
    17. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault          1m20.358s  +2.017s  35
    18. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari         1m20.504s  +2.163s  40
    19. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari       1m21.328s  +2.987s  31
    20. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault       1m21.870s  +3.529s  21
    21. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari       1m21.898s  +3.557s  28
    22. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault       1m23.728s  +5.387s  12
    New set-up a challenge - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton admits he yet to find the "sweet spot" on his Mercedes after the team removed the Front and Rear Interconnected (FRIC) suspension system.

    Wolff lauds 'important step forward'
    Williams development driver Susie Wolff said her first full practice session at the German Grand Prix was an "important step forward" in her dreams of becoming a full F1 race driver.

    No teams using FRIC in Germany
    The FIA has confirmed no teams will run FRIC [Front and Rear Interconnected] suspension at this weekend's German Grand Prix.

    Hamilton not interested in mind games
    Lewis Hamilton insists he is not interested in playing mind games with Nico Rosberg this season but knows that only the Mercedes driver who is mentally toughest will win the 2014 title.

    Home win would cap 'great times' - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg says victory at Hockenheim would be the perfect way to cap a two-week period in which he got married and watched Germany win the FIFA World Cup.

    Drivers doubt removing FRIC will change order
    Top drivers including Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso are not expecting the removal of FRIC [Front and Rear Interconnected] suspension systems to have a big impact on the relative performance of their cars at the German Grand Prix.

    'I haven't talked with any other team' - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso insists he has not been in talks with any other team about a move away from Ferrari.

    No concerns for 2015 - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen is not concerned about his race seat at Ferrari for 2015 despite his lack of form so far this season.

    Ricciardo disappointed by recent pace
    Daniel Ricciardo admits he expected to see more outright pace from Red Bull at Silverstone and says the team is concerned about the rate its rivals are developing around it.

    Williams targets Red Bull and Ferrari with FRIC removed
    Williams is confident it can take the battle to Red Bull and Ferrari over the rest of the season as it vies for second place in the constructors' championship.

    Vettel targets win at 'special' Hockenheim
    Sebastian Vettel admits he would be foolish to play down his chances of victory at a "very special" Hockenheim circuit where he started his racing career.
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    Rosberg clear of the field in final practice
    Nico Rosberg comfortably led the way in final practice at the German Grand Prix, clocking a time 0.601s faster than Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton.

    Code:
    German GP
    Practice Session 3
    Pos Driver                Team                    Time      Gap      Laps
     1. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes                1m17.779s           24
     2. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes                1m18.380s  +0.601s  20
     3. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                 1m18.384s  +0.605s  11
     4. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes       1m18.575s  +0.796s  18
     5. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes       1m18.611s  +0.832s  19
     6. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes        1m18.756s  +0.977s  16
     7. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault        1m18.769s  +0.990s  13
     8. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari                 1m18.842s  +1.063s   8
     9. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault        1m18.890s  +1.111s  17
    10. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes    1m19.127s  +1.348s  19
    11. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault      1m19.131s  +1.352s  19
    12. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault      1m19.470s  +1.691s  20
    13. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes        1m19.489s  +1.710s  15
    14. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes    1m19.505s  +1.726s  21
    15. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari          1m19.601s  +1.822s  23
    16. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault           1m20.078s  +2.299s  23
    17. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari        1m20.198s  +2.419s  21
    18. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault           1m20.466s  +2.687s  19
    19. Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari          1m20.844s  +3.065s   6
    20. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault        1m21.018s  +3.239s  21
    21. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault        1m23.077s  +5.298s  14
    22. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari        1m23.449s  +5.670s   7
    Rosberg takes pole as Hamilton crashes out
    Nico Rosberg took pole position at the German Grand Prix after Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton crashed out of contention in the first stage of qualifying, leaving him 15th on Sunday's grid.

    Code:
    German GP
    Qualifying Session
    Pos Driver                Team                 Time        Gap
     1. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes             1m16.540s
     2. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes    1m16.759s  +0.219s
     3. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes    1m17.078s  +0.538s
     4. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes     1m17.214s  +0.674s
     5. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault     1m17.273s  +0.733s
     6. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault     1m17.577s  +1.037s
     7. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari              1m17.649s  +1.109s
     8. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault   1m17.965s  +1.425s
     9. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes 1m18.014s  +1.474s
    10. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes 1m18.035s  +1.495s
    Q2 cut-off time: 1m18.161s                                 Gap **
    11. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes     1m18.193s  +1.084s
    12. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari              1m18.273s  +1.164s
    13. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault   1m18.285s  +1.176s
    14. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari       1m18.787s  +1.678s
    15. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault        1m18.983s  +1.874s
    16. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes             no time
    Q1 cut-off time: 1m18.927s                                 Gap *
    17. Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari       1m19.142s  +1.511s
    18. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari     1m19.676s  +2.045s
    19. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault        1m20.195s  +2.564s
    20. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault     1m20.408s  +2.777s
    21. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari     1m20.489s  +2.858s
    22. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault     no time
    107% time: 1m23.065s  * Gap to quickest in Q1  ** Gap to quickest in Q2
    Hamilton likely to start from pit lane
    Lewis Hamilton looks likely to start the German Grand Prix from the pit lane as Mercedes plan to switch the brake material on his car following his accident in qualifying.

    Brake failure 'another gift for Nico' - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton thinks the brake failure which condemned him to 15th on the grid has all but handed victory to Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg for Sunday's German Grand Prix.

    Lotus confirms Maldonado for 2015
    Lotus has announced Pastor Maldonado will remain with the team for the 2015 season.

    Red Bulls and McLarens beatable - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso believes his Ferrari is capable of beating the Red Bulls and McLaren in front of him on the German Grand Prix grid, although he suspects the Mercedes and Williams will be too quick.

    Vettel disappointed by Renault and Red Bull upgrades
    Sebastian Vettel said he expected more from updates from both Renault and Red Bull on Saturday as he qualified sixth on the grid for the German Grand Prix.

    Rosberg: Hamilton crash does not change focus
    Nico Rosberg insists he will not be approaching the German Grand Prix any differently from pole position after Lewis Hamilton's Q1 spin saw him qualify 15th at Hockenheim.

    'I just couldn't put the lap together' - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen says one small 'slip' on his crucial flying lap was the difference between making it into Q3 and qualifying 12th on the grid for tomorrow's German Grand Prix.

    Bottas never doubted Williams pace
    Valtteri Bottas says he always knew Williams would be in good shape for qualifying at Hockenheim despite its apparent lack of pace during Friday's practice sessions.

    Magnussen lauds McLaren upgrades after fourth
    Kevin Magnussen admits he never expected McLaren to have the pace to claim fourth on the grid at Hockenheim and says it is down to the team's latest upgrade package.

    Massa 'unable to drive perfect lap' despite third
    Felipe Massa says he was unable to put everything together over one lap as he was forced to settle for third on the grid behind team-mate Valtteri Bottas for the German Grand Prix.
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    Rosberg eases to victory as Hamilton recovers to third
    Nico Rosberg eased his way to a home victory at the German Grand Prix on a dramatic afternoon at Hockenheim, which saw his Mercedes team-mate and championship rival Lewis Hamilton toil through the pack to finish third behind Valtteri Bottas.

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    Race Results
    Pos Driver                Team                   Time/Gap
     1. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes               1h33m42.914s
     2. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes      +20.789s  
     3. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes               +22.530s  
     4. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault       +44.014s  
     5. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                +52.467s  
     6. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault       +52.549s  
     7. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes   +1m04.178s
     8. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes       +1m24.711s
     9. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes       -1 lap
    10. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes   -1 lap
    11. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari                -1 lap
    12. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault          -1 lap
    13. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault     -1 lap
    14. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari         -1 lap
    15. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari       -1 lap
    16. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault       -2 laps
    17. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari       -2 laps
    18. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault       -2 laps
    
    Retirements
        Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari         47 laps
        Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault     44 laps
        Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault          26 laps
        Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes       0 laps
    Here is the World Championships Standings after German GP:
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    Drivers' championship             Constructors' championship
     1. Nico Rosberg        190       1. Mercedes              366
     2. Lewis Hamilton      176       2. Red Bull-Renault      188
     3. Daniel Ricciardo    106       3. Williams-Mercedes     121
     4. Fernando Alonso     97        4. Ferrari               116
     5. Valtteri Bottas     91        5. Force India-Mercedes  98 
     6. Sebastian Vettel    82        6. McLaren-Mercedes      96 
     7. Nico H?lkenberg     69        7. Toro Rosso-Renault    15 
     8. Jenson Button       59        8. Lotus-Renault         8  
     9. Kevin Magnussen     37        9. Marussia-Ferrari      2  
    10. Felipe Massa        30       10. Sauber-Ferrari        0  
    11. Sergio P?rez        29       11. Caterham-Renault      0  
    12. Kimi R?ikk?nen      19 
    13. Jean-?ric Vergne    9  
    14. Romain Grosjean     8  
    15. Daniil Kvyat        6  
    16. Jules Bianchi       2  
    'I don't want it easy' - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton does not want the title to come easily this year, but admits he needed the 15 points for finishing third in Germany after starting 20th on the grid.

    Hamilton's brake change sets 'interesting precedent' - Horner
    Christian Horner has called on the FIA to clarify why Lewis Hamilton was allowed to change brake material between qualifying and the race without having to start from the pit lane, saying it appears to have set a new precedent going forwards.

    'I was really concerned for the marshals' - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton said he feared for the safety of the marshals at the German Grand Prix as they recovered Adrian Sutil's Sauber at the final corner in the closing stages of the race.

    Massa slams 'aggressive' Magnussen
    Felipe Massa has blamed Kevin Magnussen for their first corner collision at the German Grand Prix, saying the McLaren driver was too aggressive.

    Button questions Hamilton mentality
    Jenson Button says he does not understand why Lewis Hamilton assumed he would move over for the Mercedes when they were racing at Hockenheim.

    I overreacted to Hamilton incident - Button
    Jenson Button admits he overreacted to the contact he had with Lewis Hamilton at the German Grand Prix.

    Fighting Red Bulls not enough for Alonso
    Fernando Alonso took no consolation from Ferrari's ability to fight Red Bull at the German Grand Prix and has called on his team to up its game.

    Vergne handed track limits penalty point
    Jean-Eric Vergne has been handed one penalty point on his super licence for leaving the track and gaining an advantage during the German Grand Prix.

    Hamilton accepts blame for Button clash
    Lewis Hamilton accepts the blame for the collision with Jenson Button which he thinks may have cost him second at the German Grand Prix.

    Rosberg feared late safety car
    Nico Rosberg admits he feared his huge lead would be wiped out in the closing stages of the German Grand Prix by a safety car period after Adrian Sutil's late spin on the final corner left him prone on the track.

    Raikkonen blames contact damage for poor result
    Kimi Raikkonen is confident he would have scored points at the German Grand Prix had it not been for the damage to his front wing following with Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel.

    I was left with nowhere to go - Magnussen
    Kevin Magnussen said he did his best to avoid the first corner accident with Felipe Massa at the first corner of the German Grand Prix but was left with nowhere to go.

    Ricciardo: Tussle with Alonso 'awesome fun'
    Daniel Ricciardo says his late battle with Ferrari's Fernando Alonso for fifth position at Hockenheim is one of the highlights of his F1 career so far.

    Fourth the 'best we could get' - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel does not think he could have finished higher than fourth in Hockenheim after an aggressive strategy call allowed him to beat Fernando Alonso into fourth at the German Grand Prix.
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    massa is bad luck these days
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    I've returned to Pakwheels after a very long while. So please, bear with me :p
    Good race yesterday. But I still don't get why the safety car didn't come out when Sutil spun his car coming out of the final turn. It certainly would have made the race even more interesting. Sending out track marshals to clear a car that is awfully close to the racing line isn't a good move. And they talk about safety! How ironic.
    And I don't see how banning FRIC was a good decision. It made almost no difference maybe apart from the increased tyre wear. Thing is, the Mercs have been fast in quali-trim. We saw it last season as well. This year is the same but the Mercs are much faster when it comes to race pace. Banning FRIC may have messed with their quali-pace a little bit but it hasn't made a huge difference to their race pace which is still supreme. But a great drive from Lewis! It was aggressive and pure racing. He really took his chances with the gaps. Following what his mentor said, 'If you don't go for a gap, you're no longer a racing driver.' Hoping to see him win at Hungary and make it five wins out of 8 appearances. He just needs to keep himself focused on the Saturday too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoizIrfan View Post
    massa is bad luck these days
    he had good chance of taking podium but all gone
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    The problem with Massa is that he isn't thinking straight. He could have easily got a podium if he had stayed on. What he did wrong was that he decided to take a wide entry for the first corner and then squeezed into the apex just where Magnussen was. So, it was more like a racing accident. But I think Massa should have been more aware of the pack behind him because he's an experienced driver. Magnussen had a great start off line, probably better than both Williams. If Massa had gone wider then this could have been avoided. Kvyat made this same mistake later in the race while passing Perez (Or Hulkenberg). He squeezed the Force India and gave no room to him which spun him out instead.
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    We've seen more cars flipping over(flying around) in the first half of this season than we have in the last few seasons combined. Is it time for FIA to realize that these accidents didn't involve the noses at all? We saw in Bahrain when Maldonando's Lotus bumped its wheel into Gutierrez's Sauber which launched the Sauber into the air and it flipped over. And then at Silverstone, the roles were reversed (I like to call it Esteban's revenge). Gutierrez bumped wheels with Maldonado and that launched Maldonado's Lotus into the air but this time it didn't flip over because the angle was different. And then now at Hockenheim, Magnussen's MP4-29's front wheel touched Massa's Williams' rear wheel and it gave Massa quite a joyride. So, what do you guys think? Should FIA bring back the 2010-2011 noses? I'm not saying this because the cars look awkward. They do look awkward but I'm used to look at them now. Its a lot like the 2012 stepped noses. I just wanna say that the noses are not involved in such accidents and I doubt they can cause an accident like that.
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    Here is the Timing Schedule for this weekend's Hungarian GP:
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    Friday
    Practice Session 1   13:00 To 14:30
    Practice Session 2   17:00 To 18:30
    
    Saturday
    Practice Session 3   14:00 To 15:00
    Qualifying Session   17:00 To 18:00
    
    Sunday
    Race                 17:00 To 19:00
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    Young drivers need to calm down - Massa
    Felipe Massa believes the latest generation of Formula One drivers are more accident prone than when he first started in the top flight.

    Ecclestone: No concerns over Russian Grand Prix
    Bernie Ecclestone has no concerns about the Russian Grand Prix going ahead in October despite the recent MH17 disaster.

    Vettel blamed for poor Hockenheim turnout
    Sebastian Vettel has been blamed for the poor turnout at his home grand prix following negative comments made earlier in the season about F1's new V6 turbo era.

    Raikkonen has 'upmost confidence and support' at Ferrari
    Marco Mattiacci is convinced Kimi Raikkonen is the driver Ferrari "needs" despite his poor form which has seen him outperformed by team-mate Fernando Alonso at every race in 2014.

    Caterham adds Italian Giovesi to development programme
    Caterham has named Kevin Giovesi as the second addition to its new Driver Development Programme.

    Mallya refusing to rule out more podiums
    Vijay Mallya says he has not written off Force India's chances of scoring more podium finishes in 2014.

    Boullier: Summer break won't hamper McLaren
    Eric Boullier does not think McLaren will lose any of the momentum from its recent upturn in performance despite the summer shutdown which will take effect after the Hungarian Grand Prix.

    Lotus hopes to retain Grosjean beyond 2014
    Lotus insists it is confident it can retain Romain Grosjean beyond 2014 despite the frustrating season the team has endured so far this year.

    Boullier: Magnussen '100% blameless' for Massa crash
    McLaren team principal Eric Boullier insists Felipe Massa was wrong to point the finger of blame for his first-lap crash at Hockenheim at Kevin Magnussen and says the FIA report backs up his opinion.

    Double-points champion won't care - Wolff
    Toto Wolff does not think Nico Rosberg or Lewis Hamilton will care if they win the title because of the controversial double points rule, but insists he still does not think the format is fair.

    Toto Wolff injured in bike crash
    Toto Wolff will have to watch Mercedes aim for its tenth victory of the season at the Hungaroring in a sling after suffering multiple fractures from a crash during a bike ride.

    Smedley surprised by speed of Williams turnaround
    Rob Smedley says he never would have predicted Williams would be third in the constructors' championship at the mid-way stage of the season when he joined the team earlier this year.

    Mexico GP confirmed for 2015 season
    The Mexican Grand Prix will return to F1 after a 23-year absence after organisers agreed a five-year deal starting in the 2015 season.

    Grosjean in no rush to decide future
    Romain Grosjean says he will hold off making a decision on where he will be next season for "as long as options are open".

    Massa questions FIA stewarding
    Felipe Massa has suggested that the FIA needs to improve the quality of its stewards after they focused on whether he was to blame for his accident with Kevin Magnussen at the German Grand Prix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genius83 View Post

    Vettel blamed for poor Hockenheim turnout
    Sebastian Vettel has been blamed for the poor turnout at his home grand prix following negative comments made earlier in the season about F1's new V6 turbo era.
    Of course it is.
    Everything is Vettel's fault.
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    Hamilton tops opening Hungary session
    Lewis Hamilton topped the first practice session of the Hungarian Grand Prix, one tenth quicker than Nico Rosberg and eight tenths faster than Kimi Raikkonen.

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    Practice Session 1
    Pos Driver               Team                    Time       Gap     Laps
     1. Lewis Hamilton       Mercedes                1m25.814s           27
     2. Nico Rosberg         Mercedes                1m25.997s  +0.183s  31
     3. Kimi Raikkonen       Ferrari                 1m26.421s  +0.607s  29
     4. Fernando Alonso      Ferrari                 1m26.872s  +1.058s  23
     5. Sebastian Vettel     Red Bull-Renault        1m27.220s  +1.406s  28
     6. Kevin Magnussen      McLaren-Mercedes        1m27.357s  +1.543s  28
     7. Jean-Eric Vergne     Toro Rosso-Renault      1m27.683s  +1.869s  30
     8. Daniel Ricciardo     Red Bull-Renault        1m27.782s  +1.968s  16
     9. Jenson Button        McLaren-Mercedes        1m27.804s  +1.990s  27
    10. Felipe Massa         Williams-Mercedes       1m27.960s  +2.146s  24
    11. Esteban Gutierrez    Sauber-Ferrari          1m27.967s  +2.153s  25
    12. Nico Hulkenberg      Force India-Mercedes    1m28.101s  +2.287s  28
    13. Daniil Kvyat         Toro Rosso-Renault      1m28.208s  +2.394s  32
    14. Pastor Maldonado     Lotus-Renault           1m28.266s  +2.452s  28
    15. Valtteri Bottas      Williams-Mercedes       1m28.330s  +2.516s  21
    16. Sergio Perez         Force India-Mercedes    1m28.376s  +2.562s  24
    17. Romain Grosjean      Lotus-Renault           1m28.593s  +2.779s  24
    18. Adrian Sutil         Sauber-Ferrari          1m29.025s  +3.211s  23
    19. Kamui Kobayashi      Caterham-Renault        1m30.363s  +4.549s  30
    20. Marcus Ericsson      Caterham-Renault        1m30.892s  +5.078s  24
    21. Max Chilton          Marussia-Ferrari        1m31.004s  +5.190s   5
    22. Jules Bianchi        Marussia-Ferrari        1m31.248s  +5.434s  20
    Hamilton quickest again in FP2
    Lewis Hamilton topped Friday practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of Nico Rosberg as the two Mercedes drivers prepared for round 11 of their championship battle.

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    Practice Session 2
    Pos Driver                Team                     Time      Gap     Laps
     1. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes                 1m24.482s          38
     2. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes                 1m24.720s +0.238s  38
     3. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault         1m25.111s +0.629s  33
     4. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                  1m25.437s +0.955s  26
     5. Kevin Magnussen       McLaren-Mercedes         1m25.580s +1.098s  34
     6. Kimi Raikkonen        Ferrari                  1m25.730s +1.248s  30
     7. Daniel Ricciardo      Red Bull-Renault         1m25.983s +1.501s  29
     8. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Mercedes        1m25.999s +1.517s  37
     9. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes         1m26.234s +1.752s  33
    10. Felipe Massa          Williams-Mercedes        1m26.402s +1.920s  18
    11. Daniil Kvyat          Toro Rosso-Renault       1m26.689s +2.207s  42
    12. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Renault       1m26.703s +2.221s  37
    13. Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes     1m26.789s +2.307s  39
    14. Adrian Sutil          Sauber-Ferrari           1m26.919s +2.437s  41
    15. Sergio Perez          Force India-Mercedes     1m27.013s +2.531s  39
    16. Pastor Maldonado      Lotus-Renault            1m27.019s +2.537s  40
    17. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault            1m27.021s +2.539s  14
    18. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari           1m27.480s +2.998s  32
    19. Kamui Kobayashi       Caterham-Renault         1m28.370s +3.888s  35
    20. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Ferrari         1m28.469s +3.987s  26
    21. Max Chilton           Marussia-Ferrari         1m28.586s +4.104s  35
    22. Marcus Ericsson       Caterham-Renault         1m29.036s +4.554s  34
    Ferrari on the 'right road' after Friday practice - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari is on the "right road" after a solid day of practice at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

    Hamilton not comfortable despite quick time
    Lewis Hamilton was not comfortable with his car following Friday practice at the Hungarian Grand Prix and says he has work to do overnight ahead of Saturday's qualifying.

    Tyre issues hamper Raikkonen
    Tyre struggles tainted Kimi Raikkonen's Friday practice sessions at the Hungarian Grand Prix but the Finn is hoping he can solve his issues using the data Ferrari gathered.

    Rosberg expected rivals to be closer
    Nico Rosberg is surprised Mercedes had a half-second advantage over the rest of the field at the Hungarian Grand Prix as he finished second to team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Friday practice.

    Vettel not fooled by Williams pace
    Sebastian Vettel says he is wary of the overnight gains Williams could make after Friday's practice sessions suggested Red Bull could be closer to the front than in previous races.

    Bottas encouraged by Williams upgrades
    Valtteri Bottas believes Williams took a step forward with the upgrades it brought to Hungary but still expects a "really tight" battle with Red Bull and Ferrari on Saturday.

    'Not too many positives' for Ricciardo
    Daniel Ricciardo admits he endured a frustrating Friday at the Hungaroring but still thinks a spot on the second row is possible if everything comes together on Saturday.

    Baku race deal signed for 2016
    Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that Azerbaijan has signed a contract to host a grand prix on the streets of Baku in 2016, which will be known as the Grand Prix of Europe.

    Hamilton relationship 'very difficult' - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg admits he and Lewis Hamiton are walking a "fine line" in their bid to win the world championship but still both keep Mercedes at the centre of their priorities.

    'We are going backwards' - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso is concerned Ferrari is going backwards this year after slipping behind Williams in the constructors' championship last weekend in Germany.

    Ricciardo motivated by Alonso praise
    Daniel Ricciardo says his tussle with Fernando Alonso at Hockenheim and the subsequent praise he received from the Spaniard has made him hungry for more wheel-to-wheel duels with F1's best drivers.

    Not worth talking to Massa - Magnussen
    Kevin Magnussen has brushed off Felipe Massa's criticism following their accident at the German Grand Prix and says it is not worth talking to the Williams driver after his public comments on the crash.
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