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Bernie: No German GP deal yet
Bernie Ecclestone has cast fresh doubt over this year’s German GP by suggesting the race may yet not go ahead at all.
Hockenheim to stage German GP
Hockenheim will host this year’s German GP, Bernie Ecclestone has revealed, and not the Nurburgring as previously expected.
Korea back on 21-race calendar
Formula 1 could be set for a record 21-race season in 2015 after the Korean GP was unexpectedly provisionally reinstated on the schedule for next year.
FIA confirms 2015 calendar
The FIA has officially confirmed that the 2015 Formula 1 season will run to a 20-race calendar, with the schedule containing only minor tweaks from a leaked list which circulated at Monza.
Brake failure cause revealed
Mercedes and Brembo have revealed that the “specific interaction between the brake material and braking mounting on the F1 W05” caused Lewis Hamilton’s qualifying crash in Germany.
Williams backs Massa
Claire Williams has praised the “great job” Felipe Massa is doing for the rejuvenated team despite the Brazilian veteran being increasingly overshadowed by team-mate Valtteri Bottas.
'Gung-ho Hamilton thrills'
Nico Rosberg may have taken home the winner’s trophy, but it was Lewis Hamilton’s charge from 20th to third that was the focus of Monday’s papers following the German Grand Prix.
Button withdraws Lewis rebuke
Jenson Button has withdrawn his criticism of Lewis Hamilton’s driving during the German GP, admitting he “overreacted” in condemning his former team-mate.
Lewis: I feared for marshals
Lewis Hamilton has admitted he feared the Hockenheim marshals might get hit by an oncoming car as they attended to Adrian Sutil’s stranded Sauber in the closing stages of Sunday’s German GP.
Alonso impressed by Ricciardo
Fernando Alonso hailed Daniel Ricciardo's driving as "unbelievable" after narrowly beating the Aussie to fifth place at Hockenheim.
Bottas: That was fun
Valtteri Bottas was delighted to split the two Mercedes cars in Sunday’s German Grand Prix and says he enjoyed the late battle with Lewis Hamilton.
Thumbs-up for Germany action
A selection of Formula 1’s leading drivers have received plaudits for the “fantastic” wheel-to-wheel racing they served up in Sunday’s German GP.
Lewis sorry for Button clash
Lewis Hamilton has taken the blame for the collision with Jenson Button which probably cost him second place in the German GP.
Rosberg wins as Hamilton surges
Nico Rosberg comfortably won his home German GP for the first time to re-extend his World Championship lead as a thrilling recovery drive from Lewis Hamilton delivered a vital podium finish – but just fell agonisingly short of second place.
Gearbox penalty for Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton will start the German GP from 20th place after Mercedes were forced to change the gearbox on his car after it was damaged in Saturday's qualifying crash.
Rosberg had own brake issues
German GP polesitter Nico Rosberg admitted he had his own brake concerns during qualifying at Hockenheim despite using a different supplier to team-mate Lewis Hamilton, who suffered a disc failure in Q1.
Bulls disappointed with qualy
Daniel Ricciardo admits Red Bull were disappointed not to be closer to Mercedes and only lock out the third row at Hockenheim.
Lewis faces pitlane start
Lewis Hamilton could start the German GP from the pitlane as Mercedes want to switch the brake supplier on his car after Saturday’s qualifying accident.
In-form Bottas keeps focused
Valtteri Bottas believes Williams need to stay grounded and not lose focus on maximising their points haul in races, despite the revitalised team’s latest show of speed in Germany on Saturday.
Rosberg poles as Lewis crashes
Nico Rosberg secured pole position for his home German GP to capitalise on yet more qualifying woe for Lewis Hamilton after a brake failure sent his Mercedes team-mate crashing out in Q1.