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F1 2019 : RedBull Ferrari Tag Stops Mercedes Juggernaut From Winning German GP

The 2019 German Grand Prix was packed with all the action an enthusiast can ask for. From close calls, spins and penalty, the German GP was bellowed by the rain gods. It seems Max Verstappen has mastered the art of tight corners and tricky wet tracks. While it was the Mercedes tag team, headed by Hamilton dominating the major part of the race, but in the end, Max Verstappen of team RedBull secured the win followed by Sebastian Vettle of team Ferrari securing 2nd position and Daniil Kvyat of team Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda securing 3rd position. 

Hamilton who dominated the major portion of the race, spun off the track when struggling to get the grip on the medium compound tyres followed by teammate Bottas, completely spinning off on the 57th lap and damaging the entire front left portion of the car. Hamilton was also handed a 5.0sec time penalty for entering the pitlane on the wrong side of the entry bollard. The highlight of the show was however, Sebastian Vettle who climbed to 2nd portion from 20th position. Stroll was able to fend off Sainz to finish in 4th place, while Alexander Albon finished 6th. Team RedBull also secured an additional point for Max zipping the fastest lap. 

The next Formula 1 2019 will be staged at Hungary (ROLEX MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2019), scheduled between 02 – 04 August, 2019.