The German Grand Prix was Lewis Hamilton’s fourth consecutive victory, his sixth in seven races and it gives him an increased advantage in the World Championship over his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg. The German was on pole for his home race, but at the start he was left behind by Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen. For the rest of the afternoon Rosberg was barely noticed. He put himself into the spotlight by pushing Verstappen off the track at that hairpin, after the Dutchman pitted and he duly received a five second penalty for a move that was pretty similar to the stunt he pulled on Hamilton in Austria a few weeks ago. When all is considered one has to say that Nico looks like a man on the run, rather than a World Championship contender…
Also in GP+ this week…
– The sale of Sauber
– Sergio Perez maturing well
– Is Ferrari in crisis?
– Lewis Hamilton’s future
– McLaren aims to inspire
– JS muses on the halo
– DT is happy with the Strategy Group
– The Hack muses on F1 rules and regulations
– Plus the usual fabulous photography from Peter and his team of snappers
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