2014 German GP Press Conference line-ups

Rosberg, Vettel and co to face the press live on Sky F1 on Thursday

By James Galloway.   Last Updated: 16/07/14 2:33pm

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As the German nation continues to celebrate one major sporting success, the four men who are all aiming to deliver more glory for their country this weekend will face the international press in Thursday's Drivers' Press Conference at Hockenheim.

Championship leader Nico Rosberg, fresh from getting married and signing a contract extension with Mercedes inside the last week, will be joined by his World Champion Red Bull rival Sebastian Vettel along with countrymen Nico Hulkenberg (Force India) and Adrian Sutil (Sauber).

The German quartet will be joined by a pair of drivers from the Nordic countries, Finland's Kimi Raikkonen and Denmark's Kevin Magnussen.

Meanwhile, Friday's team bosses' conference will feature a debut for one-time F1 driver Christijan Albers, who took over the helm at struggling Caterham earlier this month. Neatly, the Dutchman's predecessor at the team, Cyril Abiteboul, will also be present following his return to similarly underperforming engine suppliers Renault Sport. 

Mercedes motorsport chief Toto Wolff, Lotus Deputy Team Principal Federico Gastaldi, Marussia Team Principal John Booth and Pirelli's Paul Hembery complete Friday's line-up.

Drivers' Press Conference - Thursday, 2pm, Sky F1
Nico Hulkenberg (Force India)
Kevin Magnussen (McLaren)
Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)
Adrian Sutil (Sauber)
Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)

Team Principals' Press Conference - Friday, 4pm, Sky F1
Cyril Abiteboul (Renault Sport)
Christijan Albers (Caterham)
John Booth (Marussia)
Federico Gastaldi (Lotus)
Paul Hembery (Pirelli)
Toto Wolff (Mercedes)

Watch the 2014 German GP live only on Sky Sports F1. Extensive coverage from Hockenheim begins with Friday Practice from 8.45am on July 18.

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