Who was the best driver of the German Grand Prix weekend? (Poll)

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Start, Hockenheimring, 2010

Which driver did the best job during the German Grand Prix weekend?

See below for my pick of the best drivers in the German Grand Prix.

Review each driver’s race weekend in detail below and vote for who you thought was the most impressive driver.

For your consideration

Here are some of the drivers who impressed me during the German Grand Prix weekend:

Fernando Alonso – Unrepentant victor. Most impressive in qualifying.

Felipe Massa – Moral victor. Defended his position well until he was told to hand it over.

Sebastian Vettel – Pole position and fastest lap, but lacked the speed to challenge the Ferraris.

Robert Kubica – Best of the rest, kept the Mercedes drivers behind.

Vitaly Petrov – A point and 14 seconds behind his team mate was probably his best performance yet

Pedro de la Rosa – Game effort on hard tyres, late-race fight spoiled by Heikki Kovalainen.

Compare all the drivers

You can review what happened to each driver in the race and compare their race data with their team mates using the links below:

McLaren: Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes: Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher
Red Bull: Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber
Ferrari: Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa
Williams: Rubens Barrichello and Nico H?â??lkenberg
Renault: Robert Kubica and Vitaly Petrov
Force India: Adrian Sutil and Vitantonio Liuzzi
Toro Rosso: Sebastien Buemi and Jaime Alguersuari
Lotus: Jarno Trulli and Heikki Koalainen
HRT: Sakon Yamamoto and Bruno Senna
Sauber: Kamui Kobayashi and Pedro de la Rosa
Virgin: Timo Glock and Lucas di Grassi

Vote for your driver of the weekend

Which driver impressed you the most in the German Grand Prix weekend? Cast your vote below and have your say in the comments.

Who was the best driver of the German Grand Prix weekend?

  • Jenson Button (3%)
  • Lewis Hamilton (7%)
  • Michael Schumacher (1%)
  • Nico Rosberg (1%)
  • Sebastian Vettel (2%)
  • Mark Webber (1%)
  • Felipe Massa (49%)
  • Fernando Alonso (22%)
  • Rubens Barrichello (0%)
  • Nico H?â??lkenberg (0%)
  • Robert Kubica (6%)
  • Vitaly Petrov (2%)
  • Adrian Sutil (0%)
  • Vitantonio Liuzzi (0%)
  • Sebastien Buemi (0%)
  • Jaime Alguersuari (0%)
  • Jarno Trulli (0%)
  • Heikki Kovalainen (0%)
  • Sakon Yamamoto (1%)
  • Bruno Senna (1%)
  • Pedro de la Rosa (2%)
  • Kamui Kobayashi (1%)
  • Timo Glock (0%)
  • Lucas di Grassi (0%)

Total Voters: 2,243

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British Grand Prix result

Mark Webber was voted the best driver of the British Grand Prix weekend.

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118 comments on “Who was the best driver of the German Grand Prix weekend? (Poll)”

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  1. For me, the vote goes to Massa for 3 reasons:
    1. Capitalizing on Webber’s mitake in qualifying to get 3rd
    2. Making a fast as well as smart start. He had pre-planned to use the run-off after Turn 1, one can easily observe.
    3. Defence on Lap 21

  2. Why bother, it’s just a procession usually. Nothing to do with Motor Racing these days, the circuit just isn’t up to it, nowhere to overtake and quite boring unless your into crashing into barriers and safety cars
    Only held for the filthy rich to parade their latest girlfriend, yacht, whatever, do a lucrative deal or two and sip champagne. Not that there’s anything wrong with that per se it’s just not F1 racing the cars are to fast for it and have been since the eighties.

  3. @Keith
    There must be some bug in the voting script software:

    * Lucas di Grassi (2%, 3 Votes)
    Total Voters: 1,914

  4. I actually voted for Jenson Button, i’m a Hamilton fan.

    I just couldn’t vote for either of the Ferrari drivers. The driver of the week-end just cannot concede a position, despite the fact it was a team-order. Alonso definitely no after he failed to take his “slower” team-mate in a respectable manner.

    Button was forced to take on all of the development data gathering after Hamiltons crash. He then out-qualified Hamilton and was unlucky at turn 1, but did really well to jump Webber.

    Over-all it was a pretty dismal week-end for F1, the fact that I was ridiculously uninspired by my driver of the week-end shows this. The sooner it is forgotten the better.

  5. We were denied what was promising to be a cracker of a battle between Felipe and Alonso by a “team order”. Team orders are NOT allowed under current rules, Ferrari need to pay the price for denying F1 fans the entertainment that we all want!

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