The German Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features ESPN F1 editor Laurence Edmondson.
The result may have done little to change the championship picture, but in Germany Formula One had the opportunity to celebrate those who have been cast into the shadows by the Mercedes juggernaut.
Max Verstappen crashes Mercedes’s 125th-anniversary party after Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas both crash in the crashing rain at the German Grand Prix and something has happened to my brain and I have to go now.
Max Verstappen claimed his second win of the season after both Mercedes drivers crashed in the wet.
This was supposed to be Ferrari’s weekend, but like so many Ferrari weekends, it’s been nothing but disappointment for the Scuderia faithful.
Ferrari suffered a double car failure to leave the way open for Lewis Hamilton to take his fourth pole position of the season.
Valtteri Bottas isn’t secure at Mercedes as it might have seemed.
Charles Leclerc topped the practice time sheet, but Ferrari’s position at the front fo the pack is far from secure.
Daniel Ricciardo has no regrets about his Renault switch despite the French team’s midfield struggles
Sebastian Vettel says he isn’t feeling the heat from his extended run of underperformance.