The German Grand Prix was dominated but Nico Rosberg, but most of the focus was not on the World Championship leader, but rather on his team-mate Lewis Hamilton as he fought his way from the back of the grid to third place, just behind second-placed Valtteri Bottas. It was a masterful drive.
– We look at the FRIC suspension controversy
– Pirelli tests 18-inch wheels
– Britain to allow racing on the roads
– A chat with Susie Wolff
– JS looks at the future of F1
– DT wonders what happened to the crowd at Hockenheim
– The Hack remembers the old days at Hockenheim
– Peter Nygaard and his team of snappers capture all the action
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