Who was the most impressive driver throughout the German Grand Prix weekend?
Hamilton’s win in Germany was against the run of play as McLaren did not expect to be competitive.
Red Bull lost to two teams and Webber beat Vettel: but was this a blip or part of a trend?
Falling temperatures at the Nurburgring didn’t help Ferrari but Alonso still beat the Red Bulls.
Nico Rosberg was beaten by Adrian Sutil’s two-stopping Force India.
Sutil’s sixth place moved Force India back in front of Toro Rosso in the championship.
Vitaly Petrov was unhappy at being left out too long during his first stint.
The cool temperatures seemed to hurt Sauber but Kobayashi got back in the points.
With two penalties and a wet set-up for a dry race, it was a poor weekend for Sebastian Buemi.
KERS problems and an oil leak spoiled Barrichello’s race weekend.
Karun Chandhok took over Jarno Trulli’s car at Lotus but endured a tough comeback.
Timo Glock announced an extension of his Virgin contract but had little to celebrate in the race.
Daniel Ricciardo showed improved pace in Germany, leading Jerome D’Ambrosio for a chunk of the race.
Vettel’s progress towards several record-breaking streaks were halted at the Nurburgring.
In the round-up: Bruno Senna will drive Nick Heidfeld?óÔé¼Ôäós car for the first session in Budapest.