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Race Car Lewis Hamilton Wins German Grand Prix After 'Nightmare' Race

Lewis Hamilton Cruises to German Grand Prix Victory as Nico Rosberg Finishes Fourth After Nightmare Race
  • Poor start from Nico Rosberg saw him drop behind Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen
  • Hamilton took lead from his Mercedes team-mate at turn one and never looked in trouble in Hockenheim
  • Rosberg was given five second penalty for forcing Verstappen off the circuit in his efforts to overtake him
  • German Grand Prix win means Hamilton leads championship by 19 points heading into summer break

JOE DOWNES AT HOCKENHEIM: Lewis Hamilton took full advantage of Nico Rosberg's miserable afternoon to win the German Grand Prix and extend his championship lead to 19 points. Hamilton capitalised on his team-mate's poor start from pole position to claim his sixth victory in seven races.

If the Briton enjoyed a straightforward afternoon, Rosberg's home race went from bad to worse. He was handed a five-second penalty for forcing Max Verstappen off the road midway through the race.

Daily Mail UK, 31 July 2016

Hamilton celebrates winning his fourth consecutive race by throwing his winners' trophy into the air

It meant he finished fourth, one place behind Verstappen and two behind Daniel Ricciardo who finished second to make it two Red Bulls on the podium.
Rosberg would have been dreaming of a good start at Hockenheim but the one he got was surely beyond his worst nightmares.
In Hungary last week, he was third after turn one having started on pole. It was inconceivable given the shorter run to the first corner here that a similar scenario would play out but somehow he went one worse.
Rosberg crawled off the line and was gobbled up by both Red Bulls to give Hamilton the easiest of tasks to claim the lead.

Hamilton led every lap of the race as he took his fourth consecutive win on a dream afternoon for the world champion

Verstappen started behind Ricciardo but his daredevil move around the outside at turn one gave him second.
Suddenly Rosberg was fighting to cling on to fourth, taking to the grass to fend off Sebastian Vettel who had jumped Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen at the start.
Rosberg held firm but his afternoon got worse at the first round of pit-stops. He followed Verstappen in at the end of lap 11 but lost valuable time, his stop more than a second slower than the teenager’s.

Verstappen emerged in clear air after swiftly dispatching Jenson Button, with Rosberg out behind not one but two McLarens.
Button pitted two laps later to finally release Rosberg and in-between that Ricciardo had made his stop and extended his buffer in third. Red Bull had decided to split their strategy now, Verstappen on the supersoft tyre and Ricciardo on the softs

Engineer, Pete Bonnington, told Hamilton it was ‘hammer time’ in front, urging his man to eke everything out of his used supersoft tyres.
He pitted for a fresh set of softs at the end of lap 14 as Mercedes too split their drivers’ strategies. Once everything had shaken out a lap later, Hamilton was six seconds clear of Verstappen and 10 ahead of his team-mate. Hamilton extended his advantage ahead of the next round of stops which Rosberg sparked on lap 27.

It was a cleaner one this time and Rosberg was urged to ‘push hard’ on his out-lap in an attempt to undercut the Red Bulls.
To prevent that, Verstappen responded, matching Rosberg’s pit-stop time to emerge just ahead.
Rosberg was on his tail until the tight turn six hairpin when he threw his Mercedes up the inside.

In a move similar to the one he tried on Hamilton in Austria when they collided, Rosberg drove straight on at the corner, leaving it as late as possible to turn in, forcing Verstappen off the road.
‘He forced me off the track!’, barked Verstappen over team radio. The stewards agreed, investigating the incident before slapping Rosberg with a five-second time penalty four laps later.

Rosberg dived down the inside of Verstappen heading into the hairpin as he attempted to pass the Red Bull driver

Rosberg missed the apex of the corner and appeared to force Verstappen off the road in a desperation to pass

Rosberg managed to hold position coming out of the corner but was then hit with a controversial five-second time penalty

‘I was full lock on the steering wheel,’ argued Rosberg, who was now up against it on the slower soft tyre.
Hamilton went in for more supersofts and led his team-mate by just shy of six seconds when he came back out.
With Rosberg’s penalty looming at his next stop, Red Bull had a decision to make. Their strategy call had meant Ricciardo was now in fourth, behind Verstappen, but on the quicker tyre.

Sensing the chance to capitalise on Rosberg’s misery, Verstappen let his team-mate past and Ricciardo charged after the Mercedes.
He was within touching distance when Rosberg pitted on lap 44, taking his penalty and a new set of soft tyres to get him to the end of the race.
Verstappen came in a lap later for the quicker supersoft tyre and Ricciardo followed suit on lap 46.

With plenty in hand, Hamilton too opted for the more durable soft tyres and re-entered the action more than 10 seconds clear of Ricciardo and 18 ahead of Rosberg.

A scruffy couple of laps and the Red Bulls’ faster rubber saw Ricciardo cut that to six seconds three laps later before Hamilton responded on lap 53, regaining a second. From then on it was as you were, with a late threat of rain failing to materialise.

Vettel’s frustrations continued, the German ignoring a Ferrari order to pit, before finishing fifth, one place clear of team-mate Raikkonen.

Button was another former world champion none too happy with an order to come in late on, telling his McLaren team: ‘This could be tricky guys, this could destroy both [him and team-mate Fernando Alonso] of our races.’ Button was right, finishing eighth, the Spaniard down in 12th.

Jolyon Palmer’s wait for the first points of his Formula One career goes on. The Briton started 14th but damage sustained in a collision with Williams’ Felipe Massa on lap one forced him to pit and relegated him to the back of the field.

Massa eventually retired and Palmer was last again after coming in at the end of lap 26 for a new front wing before finishing 19th.

It is a further blow for the rookie who was perfectly-placed to break his duck at last weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix when he spun off from 10th towards the end of the race.


1 Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) Mercedes 1hr 30mins 44.200secs
2 Daniel Ricciardo (Aus) Red Bull 1:30:51.196
3 Max Verstappen (Hol) Red Bull 1:30:57.613
4 Nico Rosberg (Ger) Mercedes 1:31:00.045
5 Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Ferrari 1:31:16.770
6 Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) Ferrari 1:31:21.223
7 Nico Hulkenberg (Ger) Force India 1:31:54.249
8 Jenson Button (Gbr) McLaren at 1 Lap
9 Valtteri Bottas (Fin) Williams at 1 Lap
10 Sergio Perez (Mex) Force India at 1 Lap
11 Esteban Gutierrez (Mex) Haas at 1 Lap
12 Fernando Alonso (Spa) McLaren at 1 Lap
13 Romain Grosjean (Fra) Haas at 1 Lap
14 Carlos Sainz (Spa) Toro Rosso at 1 Lap
15 Daniil Kvyat (Rus) Toro Rosso at 1 Lap
16 Kevin Magnussen (Den) Renault at 1 Lap
17 Pascal Wehrlein (Ger) Manor at 2 laps
18 Marcus Ericsson (Swe) Sauber at 2 laps
19 Jolyon Palmer (Gbr) Renault at 2 laps
20 Rio Haryanto (Ina) Manor at 2 laps

Not Classified: 21 Felipe Nasr (Bra) Sauber 57 laps completed, 22 Felipe Massa (Bra) Williams 36 laps completed

Fastest lap: Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull) 1:18.442

1 Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) Mercedes 217pts
2 Nico Rosberg (Ger) Mercedes 198
3 Daniel Ricciardo (Aus) Red Bull 133
4 Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) Ferrari 122
5 Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Ferrari 120
6 Max Verstappen (Hol) Red Bull 115
7 Valtteri Bottas (Fin) Williams 58
8 Sergio Perez (Mex) Force India 48
9 Felipe Massa (Bra) Williams 38
10 Nico Hulkenberg (Ger) Force India 33
11 Carlos Sainz (Spa) Toro Rosso 30
12 Romain Grosjean (Fra) Haas 28
13 Fernando Alonso (Spa) McLaren 24
14 Daniil Kvyat (Rus) Toro Rosso 23
15 Jenson Button (Gbr) McLaren 17
16 Kevin Magnussen (Den) Renault 6
17 Pascal Wehrlein (Ger) Manor 1
18 Stoffel Vandoorne (Bel) McLaren 1
19 Esteban Gutierrez (Mex) Haas 0
20 Jolyon Palmer (Gbr) Renault 0
21 Marcus Ericsson (Swe) Sauber 0
22 Felipe Nasr (Bra) Sauber 0
23 Rio Haryanto (Ina) Manor 0

Constructors' standings: 1 Mercedes 415pts, 2 Red Bull 256, 3 Ferrari 242, 4 Williams 96, 5 Force India 81, 6 Toro Rosso 45, 7 McLaren 42, 8 Haas F1 28, 9 Renault 6, 10 Manor 1, 11 Sauber 0

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