F1 returns to the Hockenheimring for the first time in two years.
Have all the important information for this weekend’s German Grand Prix at your fingertips with the F1 Fanatic unofficial race programme, including a video lap of the track.
German GP preview – A strong result is vital for Ferrari in Hockenheim after just four points from the last two races.
Chandhok sidelined, Senna and Yamamoto to drive for HRT in Germany – HRT switch their drivers again.
Whitmarsh expects to race new diffuser – McLaren planning to use the upgrade they took off the car at Silverstone
Di Resta not driving in Germany – Force India reserve driver to miss first practice this weekend.
Who is Germany’s best F1 driver? – German fans have six home drivers to cheer this weekend.
2010 German Grand Prix discussion – Are you at Hockenheim this weekend? Tell us about it here.
Hockenheimring circuit information – More track data
Changing tracks: Hockenheimring – Compare the new track with the old Hockenheimring
Heavy rain fell at the track on Thursday and more is set to come in the next few days. See below for a detailed look at the forecast and links to weather radar services.
Read more: Rain likely to hit German GP weekend
Following the race live
We’ll be commenting live on the German Grand Prix from start to finish. Join us for the race, qualifying and all three practice sessions at these times:
Friday 23rd July 2010
German Grand Prix Free practice 1 – 10:00 – 11:30 (09:00 – 10:30)
German Grand Prix Free practice 2 – 14:00 – 15:30 (13:00 – 14:30)
Saturday 24th July 2010
German Grand Prix Free practice 3 – 11:00 – 12:00 (10:00 – 11:00)
German Grand Prix Qualifying – 14:00 (13:00)
Sunday 25th July 2010
German Grand Prix – 14:00 (13:00)
Local times with British conversions in brackets.
More session times and live blog details here: German Grand Prix live TV times
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2009 German Grand Prix highlights
Last year’s German Grand Prix was held at the Nurburgring as the race rotates between the two tracks.
Mark Webber scored the first victory of his F1 career in last year’s race despite getting a drive-through penalty for making contact with Rubens Barrichello at the start.
Lewis Hamilton won the last F1 race at the Hockenheimring two years ago.
2009 German Grand Prix review – Webber shrugs off penalty to grab maiden win
Rubens Barrichello lashes out after Brawn strategy costs him more points – Barrichello was frustrated at missing out on victory
Mark Webber finally wins an F1 race – It took Webber 130 races to achieve his first win – a record