Round 11 / German Grand Prix

Race Results

Pos No Driver Car Laps Time/Retired PTS
1 33 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing Honda 64 1:44:31.275 26
2 5 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 64 +7.333s 18
3 26 Daniil Kvyat Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda 64 +8.305s 15
4 18 Lance Stroll Racing Point BWT Mercedes 64 +8.966s 12
5 55 Carlos Sainz McLaren Renault 64 +9.583s 10
6 23 Alexander Albon Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda 64 +10.052s 8
7 8 Romain Grosjean Haas Ferrari 64 +16.838s 6
8 20 Kevin Magnussen Haas Ferrari 64 +18.765s 4
9 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 64 +19.667s 2
10 88 Robert Kubica Williams Mercedes 64 +24.987s 1
11 63 George Russell Williams Mercedes 64 +26.404s 0
12 7 Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari 64 +42.214s 0
13 99 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari 64 +43.849s 0
14 10 Pierre Gasly Red Bull Racing Honda 61 DNF 0
NC 77 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 56 DNF 0
NC 27 Nico Hulkenberg Renault 39 DNF 0
NC 16 Charles Leclerc Ferrari 27 DNF 0
NC 4 Lando Norris McLaren Renault 25 DNF 0
NC 3 Daniel Ricciardo Renault 13 DNF 0
NC 11 Sergio Perez Racing Point BWT Mercedes 1 DNF 0

Note – Verstappen scored an additional point for setting the fastest lap of the race. Raikkonen and Giovinazzi had 30 seconds added to their race times for use of driver aids at the start.



 


Alfa Romeo Racing Team Quotes

Weather: rainy, 21-22.1°C air, 25.9-27.3°C track

Frédéric Vasseur, Team Principal Alfa Romeo Racing and CEO Sauber Motorsport AG:
“It is extremely disappointing to have both cars penalised and pushed out of the points in what had been such an exciting race. The situation arose during the laps we spent behind the Safety Car ahead of the standing start: we suffered a dysfunction of the clutch that was beyond our control and we will further investigate the issue. We respect the FIA’s process and the stewards’ work, but will appeal this decision as we believe we have the grounds and evidence to have it overturned. In this regard, we will be in touch with the FIA soon. Kimi and Antonio drove very well in challenging conditions and seventh and eighth place were the rightful reward for their performance. The team worked really hard to put both cars in the points and we showed once again that we have the pace to fight at the sharp end of the midfield. This race was a great showcase for Formula One and it’s a pity it ended this way.”

Kimi Räikkönen (car number 7):
Alfa Romeo Racing C38 (Chassis 04/Ferrari)
Result: 7th (before Stewards’ decision)
Fastest lap: 1:17.746
Tyres: Wet (3 laps) – Intermediate (23 laps) – Medium (2 laps) – Intermediate (19 laps) – Soft (17 laps)

Antonio Giovinazzi (car number 99):
Alfa Romeo Racing C38 (Chassis 02/Ferrari)
Result: 8th (before Stewards’ decision)
Fastest lap: 1:17.507
Tyres: Wet (3 laps) – Intermediate (23 laps) – Medium (2 laps) – Intermediate (19 laps) – Soft (17 laps)

 


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