Formula 1 has not raced in Germany since 2020 and, post-pandemic, the nation’s run of world championship titles has come to an end too.
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Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2019 German Grand Prix weekend.
Ever-changing conditions made the German Grand Prix a lottery. Max Verstappen emerged from the carnage to give Red Bull-Honda their second win in three races.
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Robert Kubica broke a record which has stood for over five decades by scoring his first point since 2010 in the German Grand Prix.
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Sebastian Vettel made up 18 places as he rose from the back of the field to take the chequered flag in second place at the German Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen won a race of pure drama at the Hockenheimring as a string of rain showers led to several crashes.
Lewis Hamilton’s championship lead remains at 39 points after he and Valtteri Bottas failed to score in the German Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen won the 2019 German Grand Prix for Red Bull-Honda ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Daniil Kvyat.
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The 2019 German Grand Prix in pictures.
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Mercedes sped Esteban Ocon to the Hockenheimring when it emerged Lewis Hamilton might not be able to take part in qualifying on Saturday.
Ferrari snatched defeat from the jaws of victory on Saturday, leaving Max Verstappen as the greatest threat to another win for Lewis Hamilton.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2019 German Grand Prix.
For only the second time this year the track record has not fallen during a race weekend, as only three teams lapped quicker than last year.
Lewis Hamilton claimed a surprise pole position for the German Grand Prix after technical problems hit Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc.
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen will share the front row of the grid for the 2019 German Grand Prix after both Ferrari drivers hit trouble.