2012 F1 Grosser Preiss Santander von Deutschland – Race Results

Lewis Hamilton quickest in Q2 at the German Grand Prix; Schumacher on P2!

Kimi Raikkonen quickest in Q1 at the German Grand Prix; Schumacher barely makes it on P17

Fernando Alonso quickest in FP3 at the German Grand Prix; Both Saubers in top ten

Lewis Hamilton in 0-100 from Johnnie Walker

2012 German Grand Prix in Hockenheimring is Lewis Hamilton’s 100th grand prix. Here’s a video from Johnnie Walker that accelerate through his career at the speed of an F1 car.


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Pastor Maldonador quickest in FP2 at the German Grand Prix; Schumacher crashes

Jenson Button quickest in FP1 at the German Grand Prix

Preview of Formula 1 Grosser Preis Santander Von Deutschland 2012 German Grand Prix

The 10th grand prix in 2012 Formula 1 will be coming to Germany at the Hockenheimring. As everybody knows, Nürburgring and Hockenheimring will host the German Grand Prix each year alternatively. This year, we have come to Hockenheimring where it was known to be redesigned due to disagreements from the drivers.

The track will be a whopping 306.458 km race distance of 67 laps with a famous hairpin design from Hermann Tilke. Lap record is currently held by Kimi Raikkonen in 2004 at 1:13.780. Lotus cars are suitable in the hot temperatures in Hockenheimring and the tyres won’t go off easily. Maybe we’ll see his first win here after he has been on so many podiums this year? Another focus in German Grand Prix is Michael Schumacher where he will be racing in his home country. We have seen him improving his pace since his comeback in 2010. With almost all the supporters on the grandstands supporting him, can he grab the win in his own country?

During the Friday practise sessions, a new hard compound tyre will be tested in Hockenheimring provided that the weather is fine. Two sets of the new compound will be available for every team for evaluation. According to Pirelli, the new tyres are designed to have a slightly wider working range, which is easier to get the tyres up to temperature and maintain them in the optimum operating window.

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