Sebastian Vettel finally scored his first victory on home ground – and did so by putting one over the driver who is tipped to become his team mate next year.
Ferrari’s tactics backfired while Lotus split their strategies in the second half of the race to attack Vettel. Meanwhile Red Bull performed the race’s best – and worst – pit stops.
The appearance of the Safety Car in the middle of the race left pitwall strategists scrambling to react. Who were the winners and losers?
Fernando Alonso set the fastest lap of the German Grand Prix after switching to soft tyres for his final stint.
The 2013 German Grand Prix in pictures.
Red Bull and Force India have been fined for releasing their drivers from the pits in an unsafe fashion during the German Grand Prix.
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Eric Boullier believes Lotus would have won the German Grand Prix had Kimi Raikkonen not been held up earlier in the race.
Lewis Hamilton was unhappy with his Mercedes’ performance on the revised Pirelli tyres after falling from first to fifth in the German Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel finally added his home race to his list of grand prix victories after a close win under pressure from Kimi Raikkonen.
The FIA has confirmed British cameraman Paul Allen has been taken to hospital after being struck by a wheel during the German Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel increases his championship lead to 34 points while Kimi Raikkonen moves to within seven of Fernando Alonso.
Sebastian Vettel won the German Grand Prix ahead of Lotus drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean.
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