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 celebrates on the 2019 German Grand Prix podium.
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.

Lewis Hamilton in his Mercedes.
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 bemused on the Spanish Grand Prix grid.
Valtteri Bottas isn't secure at Mercedes as it might have seemed.
Charles Leclerc smiles in the pit lane at the 2019 German Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc topped the practice time sheet, but Ferrari's position at the front fo the pack is far from secure.
Daniel Ricciardo smiles in front of a Renault sponsor billboard at the 2019 German Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo has no regrets about his Renault switch despite the French team's midfield struggles
Sebastian Vettel smiles in the press conference ahead of the 2019 German Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel says he isn't feeling the heat from his extended run of underperformance.
Romain Grosjean on the Haas pit wall.
The GPDA says it has the answers to F1's woes.
Daniel Ricciardo goes to court, William Storey goes to court and Romain Grosjean is sentenced to at least one more race in a Haas car.
We discuss the trifecta of interesting small talk: international freight, Hey Hey It's Saturday and traffic. Meat cuts also get a mention, as does the German Grand Prix, but to a lesser extent.
Mercedes is down on engine power compared to Ferrari for the first time in the turbo-hybrid era.
F1 Strategy Report 2018: German Grand Prix with senior writer Lawrence Barretto.
Sebastian Vettel in his garage at the 2018 German Grand Prix.
With two teams and drivers performing at such a high level, human error with be the decisive factor in the championship fight.
Lewis Hamilton on track at the 2018 German Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton rocketed from 14th on the grid to seize an unlikely win in Germany.
Sebastian Vettel on track at the 2018 German Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel beat Valtteri Bottas to win his fifth pole position of the year at the Hockenheimring.