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Hockenheim follows trend with third DRS zone

Hockenheim will have a third DRS zone for next weekend???s German Grand Prix, following the British Grand Prix in doing so. The post Hockenheim follows trend with third DRS zone appeared first on

Hulkenberg: ‘Special’ to have Hockenheim back

Nico Hulkenberg has said that having a home race back on the F1 calendar is "very special" and "extremely motivating". The post Hulkenberg: ‘Special’ to have Hockenheim back appeared first on

Pirelli will refer to ‘hard’, ‘medium’ and ‘soft’

From 2019, the Pirelli's tyre selections for each grand prix will be referred to in a simple manner: 'hard', 'medium' and 'soft'. The post Pirelli will refer to ‘hard’, ‘medium’ and ‘soft’ appeared

Vergne on Formula E title: ‘I was speechless’

On Saturday evening, Jean-Eric Vergne became the fourth man to win the Formula E Championship, and the fourth ex-Formula 1 driver to do so. The post Vergne on Formula E title: ‘I was speechless’

Chester: Renault ‘quite lucky’ with investments

Nick Chester, Renault chassis technical director, has said that the team has been relatively lucky with their investments in the last few years. The post Chester: Renault ‘quite lucky’ with

Sirotkin: Williams progress masked by ‘bigger factors’

Sergey Sirotkin believes that the Williams FW41 has improved over the season, but it has been overshadowed by "bigger factors". The post Sirotkin: Williams progress masked by ‘bigger factors’ appeared

Performances have put Bottas in ‘decent place’

Despite being winless through the first half of the 2018 season, Valtteri Bottas believes that his performances are living up to the high standards that Mercedes are setting. The post Performances

Brown and McLaren would ‘welcome the cost cap’

Zak Brown is feeling good about McLaren's chances of being able to compete with the likes of Ferrari and Mercedes in future if a cost cap is introduced. The post Brown and McLaren would ‘welcome the

The German GP timetable

The German Grand Prix, which takes place at the Hockenheimring, marks the 11th round of the 2018 season. The post The German GP timetable appeared first on PlanetF1.

Vettel: F1 doesn’t define who I am

Although he concedes Formula 1 is important in his life, Sebastian Vettel is adamant it does not "define me as a person." The post Vettel: F1 doesn’t define who I am appeared first on PlanetF1.

F1 to debate mirror rules at FIA meeting

Formula 1 technical chiefs will meet with the FIA in Hungary to discuss proposed changes to the positioning of mirrors after several drivers complained they couldn't see the car behind. The post F1 to

Haas: There is not really a midfield anymore

With the likes of Sauber getting involved in regular point-scoring battles, Guenther Steiner says F1 no longer has a genuine midfield: there's the top-three and then the rest. The post Haas: There is

Williams will ‘keep going’ with 2018 car

Williams are not willing to write off this year's championship with Paddy Lowe saying they will "just keep going" with their underperforming FW41. The post Williams will ‘keep going’ with 2018 car

Reducing number of GPs will ‘massively increase value’

Rather than add more races to the calendar, Renault F1 boss Cyril Abiteboul says F1 should reduce the number of races as it would "massively increase the value" of the sport. The post Reducing number

Steiner open to extending points but only top 15

Guenther Steiner is "OK" with Formula 1 extending the current points-scoring system, but only "down to 15." The post Steiner open to extending points but only top 15 appeared first on PlanetF1.

IndyCar boss denies McLaren said no to series

IndyCar CEO Mark Miles has quashed speculation that McLaren have decided against a 2019 IndyCar programme. The post IndyCar boss denies McLaren said no to series appeared first on PlanetF1.

Red Bull ready to sacrifice STR for 2019 gains

Toro Rosso could be in for a penalty-strewn final half of this season after Red Bull gave Honda the go-ahead to use the junior team as guinea pigs for test. The post Red Bull ready to sacrifice STR
Title protagonists out for revenge in German GP

Title protagonists out for revenge in German GP

After a brief break, Formula 1 returns this weekend with the German GP where once again Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton will lock horns in the title race. The post Title protagonists out for

Sainz: Midfield battle is getting tighter

Renault may be at the top of the midfield log but Carlos Sainz says it is getting "tighter and tighter" out on track. The post Sainz: Midfield battle is getting tighter appeared first on PlanetF1.

Alonso expects difficult German GP weekend

McLaren can expect a trying weekend at the Hockenheimring with Fernando Alonso saying it won't be "an easy track" for their MCL33. The post Alonso expects difficult German GP weekend appeared first on