Formula 1 Racing is back in Hockenheimring as German Grand Prix after a gap of 1 season. Formula Racing German Grand Prix is the 11th race of this season. This is exactly the middle of the season and the perfect timing to either change the course of the events or confirm the current standings. We know, you want to witness the live moments, so, we provide you a simple way to watch live practice sessions, qualifying and race on you smart TV, laptop, tablet or Smartphone.
German Grand Prix 2018 Schedule
The race will be held at famous Hockenheimring Circuit, Germany, as per below schedule:
|Date||Day||Session||Time (Local)||Time (GMT)||Time (ET)|
|20 July||Friday||Practice 1||11:00 – 12:30||09:00 – 11:30||05:00 – 06:30|
|Practive 2||15:00 – 16:50||13:00 – 14:30||09:00 – 10:30|
|21 July||Saturday||Practice3||12:00 – 13:00||11:00 – 12:00||07:00 – 08:00|
|Qualifying||15:00 – 16:00||13:00 – 14:00||09:00 – 10:00|
|22 July||Sunday||Race||15:10 – 11:10||13:10 – 15:10||09:10 – 11:10|
Interesting Facts about Hockenheimring
– The Hockenheim circuit was built for Mercedes-Benz as a high-speed test track in 1939, they needed a place to test for the Tripoli Grand Prix.
– The first F1 race was conducted in 1970 then it was dropped for 6 years and returned in 1976 after Niki Lauda suffered horrific burns at the Nurburgring.
– Hockenheim became the home of the German Grand Prix till 2006 with only 1 race at Nurburgring in 1985.
– The layout of the track was heavily modified in 2002 with the long runs through the forest were done away.
– Since 2008 both the tracks are used alternatively every year while Nurburgring was skipped in 2015 and 2017.
German Grand Prix 2018 Build Up
- Most smooth driving at Hockenheimring
Most laps led at the #GermanGP 🇩🇪
— Formula 1 (@F1) July 17, 2018
- If you are looking for Press Conference Schedule
— Stefano De Nicolo’ (@StefanoDeNicolo) July 17, 2018
- What do you think about this?
The oldies of F1 are calling to the current Hockenheimring “boring and not exciting” and want the old layout back
— Aaron Gillard 🏳️🌈🏁 (@AaronGillard_17) July 17, 2018
- F1 and LEGO, always together.
— Dragos Soare-Rada (@pentaquark_F1) July 18, 2018
- Last years winning moments.
— Late Brakers (@LateBrakers) July 18, 2018
German Grand Prix 2016 Results
|Race Podium||1. Hamilton/Mercedes||1:30:44.200|
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