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The 2019 German Grand Prix (officially the Formula 1 Mercedes-Benz Großer Preis von Deutschland 2019)[1] was the eleventh race of the 2019 Formula One season, the sixty-fourth time the German Grand Prix was held on the Formula One calendar, and the thirty-seventh time it was held at the Hockenheimring. It was held between 26 July and 28 July 2019.

In qualifying, both Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc failed to qualify for the top three, when their cars received different mechanical issues that prevented Vettel from setting a lap time while Leclerc could only qualify tenth on the grid without setting a lap time in the final session. Lewis Hamilton, on the other hand, took his eighty-seventh pole position, out-qualifying a teammate for the first time at the Hockenheimring since the 2008 German Grand Prix. Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas qualified second and third, respectively.

Verstappen emerged as the race winner after the race started behind the safety car followed by a standing start, with a series of incidents that saw drivers crashing out or spinning, including Leclerc, Hamilton and Bottas. Vettel recovered to finish second on the podium, and Daniil Kvyat completed the podium, giving Toro Rosso's second podium and their first since the 2008 Italian Grand Prix, having passed the Racing Point of Lance Stroll earlier.



BackgroundEdit

Driver tyre allocations
Driver Hard Med Soft Driver Hard Med Soft
Hamilton 1 4 8 Bottas 2 3 8
Vettel 1 3 9 Leclerc 2 2 9
Verstappen 1 4 8 Gasly 1 4 8
Ricciardo 1 2 10 Hülkenberg 2 1 10
Magnussen 1 3 9 Grosjean 2 2 9
Sainz 2 3 8 Norris 2 2 9
Pérez 2 3 8 Stroll 2 3 8
Räikkönen 1 3 9 Giovinazzi 2 2 9
Kvyat 2 1 10 Albon 1 2 10
Russell 2 2 9 Kubica 1 3 9
Source: [2]

To celebrate their 200th race start and their 125th anniversary of competing in motorsport, Mercedes opted to paint the front of their cars white, with the car numbers also coloured red rather than grey.[3] Bottas stated that without their cooling update, Mercedes would struggle with their pace following the Austrian Grand Prix. The team brought along a bigger bodywork to improve the issue.[4] Discussing about whether to replace Bottas with Esteban Ocon for 2020, Toto Wolff stated that the team would wait until August to make a decision.[5] Alfa Romeo also decided to celebrate twenty-five years since Beat Zehnder became Sauber's team manager.[6]

Racing Point confirmed that they would bring a "two-step" upgrade package for both the German and Hungarian Grands Prix, with Sergio Pérez saying: "It has sidepod [upgrades], floor and other stuff, that we hope we can make a good step forward and that can bring a bit more balance to the car - something that we've been missing in the last couple of races."[7] Williams also chose to bring huge upgrades to Germany, with Robert Kubica being the first to try out an improved bargeboard area and upgraded floor, before George Russell would later use them in FP3.[8]

After both Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen caused a first-lap collision with each other on the first lap at the previous race in Britain, Haas decided to use different setups on both their cars for the second race in a row, with Magnussen using new aero parts, while Grosjean would run his setup from the first race in Austrlia. Team principal Guenther Steiner later said he was still not used to both drivers' incident at the British Grand Prix: "I'm still not over it. You've got a certain amount of opportunities and obviously this year we are struggling in some of the races. We've got these big ups and downs and when we've got ups, we put ourselves down one way or another. So that is quite frustrating. They need to understand where we are, and that's the disappointing thing to me. They didn't let me down as a person, they've let the team down, which is disappointing. And as I said, I'm still not over it – normally I get over things pretty quick, but this one, because we had a clear talk after [they made contact in] Barcelona, what to do and what not to do and it wasn't followed, which is disappointing."[9]

Nico Hülkenberg said that despite Renault not making huge improvements over the previous years, he would be likely to remain with the team for 2020.[10]

After the 2018 German Grand Prix had a DRS zone on the start/finish straight, the FIA decided to remove it for 2019, leaving just the DRS zones located on the approaches to turns 2 and 6.[11]

Celebrating fifteen years since his father Michael Schumacher won the 2004 German Grand Prix, Mick drove the Ferrari F2004 around the Hockenheimring.[12]

Entry listEdit

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport Mercedes W10 Mercedes M10 EQ Power+ P
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport Mercedes W10 Mercedes M10 EQ Power+ P
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow Ferrari SF90 Ferrari 064 P
16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Italy Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow Ferrari SF90 Ferrari 064 P
33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB15 Honda RA619H P
10 France Pierre Gasly Austria Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB15 Honda RA619H P
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo France Renault F1 Team Renault RS19 Renault E-Tech 19 P
27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault F1 Team Renault RS19 Renault E-Tech 19 P
8 France Romain Grosjean United States Rich Energy Haas F1 Team Haas VF-19 Ferrari 064 P
20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Rich Energy Haas F1 Team Haas VF-19 Ferrari 064 P
55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. United Kingdom McLaren F1 Team McLaren MCL34 Renault E-Tech 19 P
4 United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom McLaren F1 Team McLaren MCL34 Renault E-Tech 19 P
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez United Kingdom SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team Racing Point RP19 BWT Mercedes M10 EQ Power+ P
18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom SportPesa Racing Point F1 Team Racing Point RP19 BWT Mercedes M10 EQ Power+ P
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Switzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Alfa Romeo C38 Ferrari 064 P
99 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Switzerland Alfa Romeo Racing Alfa Romeo C38 Ferrari 064 P
26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda Toro Rosso STR14 Honda RA619H P
23 Thailand Alexander Albon Italy Red Bull Toro Rosso Honda Toro Rosso STR14 Honda RA619H P
63 United Kingdom George Russell United Kingdom ROKiT Williams Racing Williams FW42 Mercedes M10 EQ Power+ P
88 Poland Robert Kubica United Kingdom ROKiT Williams Racing Williams FW42 Mercedes M10 EQ Power+ P
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Practice OverviewEdit

FP1Edit

FP2Edit

FP3Edit

Practice ResultsEdit

NoDriverTeamFP1 FP2 FP3
TimePosTimePosTimePos
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo France Renault 1:15.567 10 1:15.010 13 1:13.816 18
4 United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1:15.616 12 1:15.247 16 1:13.556 14
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 1:14.013 1 1:13.573 2 1:12.644 3
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 1:15.953 17 1:14.458 8 1:13.351 9
8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 1:15.074 8 1:14.179 6 1:13.378 10
10 France Pierre Gasly Austria Red Bull-Honda 1:14.813 6 1:15.089 15 1:13.324 8
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez United Kingdom Racing Point-Mercedes 1:15.604 11 1:14.518 10 1:13.476 11
16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Italy Ferrari 1:14.268 2 1:13.449 1 1:12.380 1
18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Racing Point-Mercedes 1:15.191 9 1:14.268 7 1:13.672 16
20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 1:15.759 13 1:15.470 18 1:12.893 5
23 Thailand Alexander Albon Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 1:15.777 15 1:15.062 14 1:13.554 13
26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 1:15.776 14 1:14.800 12 1:13.767 17
27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 1:15.823 16 1:14.472 9 1:13.496 12
33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-Honda 1:14.330 4 1:14.133 5 1:12.548 2
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 1:14.315 3 1:13.595 3 1:12.965 6
55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 1:15.062 7 1:14.662 11 1:13.300 7
63 United Kingdom George Russell United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:17.126 20 1:16.900 19 1:15.824 20
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 1:14.660 5 1:14.111 4 1:12.890 4
88 Poland Robert Kubica United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:16.559 19 1:16.980 20 1:15.540 19
99 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 1:16.382 18 1:15.406 17 1:13.671 15
Source: [13][14][15]

QualifyingEdit

Q1Edit

Q2Edit

Q3Edit

Qualifying ResultsEdit

Pos. No. Driver Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Grid
Pos Time Pos Time Pos Time
1 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 31:12.852 11:12.149 11:11.767 1
2 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-Honda 21:12.593 51:12.427 21:12.113 2
3 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 61:13.075 41:12.424 31:12.129 3
4 10 France Pierre Gasly Austria Red Bull-Honda 41:12.991 31:12.385 41:12.522 4
5 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 51:13.066 61:12.519 51:12.538 5
6 8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 91:13.146 91:12.769 61:12.851 6
7 55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 131:13.221 71:12.632 71:12.897 7
8 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez United Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 121:13.194 101:12.776 81:13.065 8
9 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 111:13.186 81:12.766 91:13.126 9
10 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Italy Ferrari 11:12.229 21:12.344 10no time 10
11 99 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 101:13.170 111:12.786 11
12 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 71:13.103 121:12.789 12
13 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo France Renault 81:13.131 131:12.799 13
14 26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 151:13.278 141:13.135 14
15 18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 141:13.256 151:13.450 15
16 4 United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 161:13.333 19*
17 23 Thailand Alexander Albon Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 171:13.461 16
18 63 United Kingdom George Russell United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 181:14.721 17
19 88 Poland Robert Kubica United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 191:14.839 18
107% time: 1:17.285
NC 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 20no time 20
Source: [16]
  • * Norris was forced to start from the start of the grid after using his third MGU-K, third ES and third CE.[17]
  • Vettel failed to set a lap time within the 107% rule, due to a mechanical issue on his car. However, he was given permission from the stewards to race.[16] He was later given a ten-place grid penalty after using his third CE.[18]

GridEdit

RaceEdit

ReportEdit

The safety car led the field in the rain for three laps. For the first time since the rule changes in 2017, the drivers took a standing start after the safety car came in, with the first three laps counted as formation laps. While Hamilton and Bottas started well, both Verstappen and Pierre Gasly had poor starts, falling down to fourth and ninth respectively. The safety car soon came out after Sergio Pérez spun at the exit of Turn 7 on lap 2. Most drivers opted to pit for intermediate tyres before the safety car came back in at the end of lap 4, with drivers in the midfield already making up places. The virtual safety car was then briefly deployed on lap 15 after Daniel Ricciardo's car received an exhaust issue, allowing Leclerc and Nico Hülkenberg to take their second pit stops for intermediates. The first round of pit stops for slick tyres began on lap 22 starting with Kevin Magnussen, although Verstappen had a spin on lap 26 while on slicks. The virtual safety car was again briefly deployed on lap 27 when Lando Norris retired with a loss of power, at the same time when Lance Stroll suffered a spin, though the latter was able to rejoin the race, and ones like Hamilton and Vettel took pit stops under the virtual safety car around when it ended. Not long after, at the end of lap 28, Leclerc skidded off at the penultimate corner and hit the barrier, deploying the safety car once again. Hamilton skidded off the same corner a lap later, but this time, he only scraped against the barrier and damaged his front wing, forcing him to come back to the pits. However, his pit crew were not ready with the spare front wing and tyres, forcing Hamilton to spend almost a minute in the pits and drop down to fifth, losing the lead to Verstappen. Hamilton was then given a five-second time penalty for entering the pits on the wrong side of the bollard. With the drivers going back on intermediates, the safety car came in at the end of lap 33, where Vettel was making up ground, and Hamilton tried to pass Alexander Albon while under pressure from Carlos Sainz, Jr.. The safety car was brought out a fourth time when Nico Hülkenberg skidded off before the final corner and into the barrier at the end of lap 40. Before the safety car came in at the end of lap 45, Stroll took a gamble of switching to slick tyres. The rest of the field soon pitted for slicks as well a few laps later, with Verstappen being one of those who pitted on lap 47, while Hamilton also served his time penalty on lap 48, which dropped him down to twelfth. He had a complete spin on lap 53 after touching a patch of water at Turn 1, and had to take another pit stop at the end of the lap which saw him at the back of the field. Five laps later, on lap 57, Bottas also had a spin at the same corner, but this time, he crashed into the barrier, deploying the safety car for the final time, while Hamilton was one of those who pitted for the last time. The safety car came in at the end of lap 59, where Vettel started to move up, passing Sainz for fourth on lap 60, Stroll for third on lap 62, and Kvyat for second a lap later. Following Vettel's pass on Stroll, Gasly retired from the race after colliding with Albon. Verstappen took his seventh victory on lap 64, scoring Red Bull's first victory at the circuit. Vettel came home to finish second in front of his home crowd, and Kvyat finished third to score Toro Rosso's second ever podium, over ten years since their first at the 2008 Italian Grand Prix.

ResultsEdit

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-Honda 64 1h 44m 31.275s 2 26*
2 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 64 +7.333s 20 18
3 26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 64 +8.305s 14 15
4 18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 64 +8.966s 15 12
5 55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 64 +9.583s 7 10
6 23 Thailand Alexander Albon Italy Toro Rosso-Honda 64 +10.052s 16 8
7 8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 64 +16.838s 6 6
8 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 64 +18.765s 12 4
9 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 64 +19.667s 1 2
10 88 Poland Robert Kubica United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 64 +24.987s 18 1
11 63 United Kingdom George Russell United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 64 +26.404s 17
12 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 64 +42.214s 5
13 99 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 64 +43.849s 11
14 10 France Pierre Gasly Austria Red Bull-Honda 61 Collision 4
Ret 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 56 Accident 3
Ret 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 39 Accident 9
Ret 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Italy Ferrari 27 Accident 10
Ret 4 United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom McLaren-Renault 25 Power loss 19
Ret 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo France Renault 13 Exhaust 13
Ret 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez United Kingdom Racing Point-BWT Mercedes 1 Accident 8
Source: [19]
  • * 25 points for the win and 1 point for the fastest lap.
  • Räikkönen and Giovinazzi were originally seventh and eighth respectively, but were each given a thirty-second time penalty for the use of driver aids at the start of the race.[20][21]

MilestonesEdit

Standings after raceEdit

NotesEdit

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  2. "2019 German Grand Prix – Selected sets per driver". Pirelli. 16 July 2019. https://press.pirelli.com/2019-german-grand-prix--selected-sets-per-driver/. Retrieved 25 July 2019.
  3. "Mercedes unveil special special heritage livery for 2019 German Grand Prix". Formula1.com. Formula One Administration. 25 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.mercedes-reveal-special-heritage-livery-for-german-grand-prix.1SYTGhGJI0rHOEi0av1TmK.html. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  4. "Bottas says Mercedes would have struggled without cooling update". Formula1.com. Formula One Administration. 26 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.bottas-says-mercedes-would-have-struggled-without-cooling-update.6H7jGq78DUS4Wul8eR3SRQ.html. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  5. "Bottas or Ocon? Mercedes won’t make decision on 2020 line-up until August". Formula1.com. Formula One Administration. 26 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.bottas-or-ocon-mercedes-wont-make-decision-on-2020-line-up-until-august.2BL8KKfQzBYgRqq1CnyPlT.html. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  6. "Alfa Romeo and Sauber celebrate 25 years with Team Manager Beat Zehnder". Formula1.com. Formula One Administration. 24 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.alfa-romeo-and-sauber-celebrate-25-years-with-team-manager-beat-zehnder.2jgddItPx04AKn6CQ6w9Li.html. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  7. "Racing Point to upgrade car for German and Hungarian Grands Prix". Formula1.com. Formula One Administration. 25 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.racing-point-get-two-step-upgrade-package-for-germany-and-hungary.1AhwZHRYtxwjHUcnoVhqzl.html. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  8. "Williams to back-to-back latest upgrade in Germany practice". Formula1.com. Formula One Administration. 25 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.williams-to-back-to-back-latest-upgrade-in-germany-practice.5vHVKKMkLbj3jysPElJ5qc.html. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  9. "Magnussen gets Haas aero upgrades for Germany as Grosjean keeps Australia spec". Formula1.com. Formula One Administration. 22 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.magnussen-gets-haas-upgrades-for-germany-grosjean-keeps-australia-spec.6f9k2Xx9XK2whjtB9yswsg.html. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  10. "Hulkenberg 'likely' to remain with Renault for 2020". Formula1.com. Formula One Administration. 25 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.hulkenberg-likely-to-remain-with-renault-for-2020.18a7E72CdtxaRlgZ7mwqpC.html. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  11. "FIA tweaks DRS Zones for German Grand Prix". Formula1.com. Formula One Administration. 24 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.fia-tweaks-drs-zones-for-german-grand-prix.7e2pAsdZsj5rS18GPGUj5L.html. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  12. "Mick Schumacher takes father's Ferrari F2004 for a spin". Formula1.com. Formula One Administration. 27 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.mick-schumacher-takes-fathers-ferrari-f2004-for-a-spin.2OJDHqg59GmE4P22gUSjQG.html. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  13. "2019 German Grand Prix – Practice 1 results". Formula1.com (Formula One Administration). 26 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2019/races/1010/germany/practice-1.html. Retrieved 26 July 2019.
  14. "2019 German Grand Prix – Practice 2 results". Formula1.com (Formula One Administration). 26 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2019/races/1010/germany/practice-2.html. Retrieved 26 July 2019.
  15. "2019 German Grand Prix – Practice 3 results". Formula1.com (Formula One Administration). 27 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2019/races/1010/germany/practice-3.html. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  16. 16.0 16.1 "2019 German Grand Prix – Qualifying results". Formula1.com (Formula One Administration). 27 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2019/races/1010/germany/qualifying.html. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  17. "FIA Stewards Decision — Document No. 44". FIA.com. Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. 28 July 2019. https://www.fia.com/file/85250/download. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  18. "FIA Stewards Decision — Document No. 45". FIA.com. Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. 28 July 2019. https://www.fia.com/file/85251/download. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  19. "Germany Grand Prix 2019 Race Results". formula1.com (Formula One Administration). 28 July 2019. https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2019/races/1010/germany/race-result.html. Retrieved 28 July 2019.
  20. "FIA Stewards Decision — Document No. 56". FIA.com. Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. 28 July 2019. https://www.fia.com/file/85293/download. Retrieved 29 July 2019.
  21. "FIA Stewards Decision — Document No. 57". FIA.com. Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. 28 July 2019. https://www.fia.com/file/85294/download. Retrieved 29 July 2019.
V T E 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship
Teams Alfa RomeoFerrariHaasMcLarenMercedesRacing PointRed BullRenaultToro RossoWilliams
Engines FerrariHondaMercedesRenault
Drivers alphabetically AlbonBottasGaslyGiovinazziGrosjeanHamiltonHülkenbergKubicaKvyatLeclercMagnussenNorrisPérezRäikkönenRicciardoRussellSainzStrollVerstappenVettel
Drivers by number 3 Ricciardo • 4 Norris • 5 Vettel • 7 Räikkönen • 8 Grosjean • 10 Gasly • 11 Pérez • 16 Leclerc • 18 Stroll • 20 Magnussen • 23 Albon • 26 Kvyat • 27 Hülkenberg • 33 Verstappen • 44 Hamilton • 55 Sainz • 63 Russell • 77 Bottas • 88 Kubica • 99 Giovinazzi
Other Drivers BuemiCâmaraFittipaldiLatifiOcon
Cars Alfa Romeo C38Ferrari SF90Haas VF-19McLaren MCL34Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power+Racing Point RP19Red Bull RB15Renault RS19Toro Rosso STR14Williams FW42
Tyres Pirelli
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Tests Barcelona 1Barcelona 2
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V T E Germany German Grand Prix
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