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The German Grand Prix at Hockenheim was something to behold with the slightly inclement weather putting a spanner in the works. Ferrari looks to be on pace now with Sebastian Vettel having qualified on pole ahead of Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes-AMG) and Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari).
Qualifying did not go well for Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes-AMG). He drove over a series of kerbs, piercing one of the hydraulic pressure lines, forcing him to retire from qualifying and placing him 14th on the grid.
On race day, both Ferraris managed a great start, with Bottas separating the two scarlet cars, while a charging Max Verstappen (Aston Martin Red Bull Racing) kept his fourth position into the first corner. Vettel quickly put some air between himself and Bottas to gain a comfortable lead, while Raikkonen was being hounded by a pressing Verstappen.
Hamilton immediately began making his way through the field to eventually win the race. Of course, this was also helped by the team’s choice of letting him st...
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