2014 German Grand Prix result

2014 German Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, Hockenheimring, 2014

Pos # Driver Car Laps Time/gap Difference Reason
1 6 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 67 1hr 33m 42.914s
2 77 Valtteri Bottas Williams-Mercedes 67 20.789 20.789
3 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 67 22.530 1.741
4 1 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 67 44.014 21.484
5 14 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 67 52.467 8.453
6 3 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull-Renault 67 52.549 0.082
7 27 Nico Hulkenberg Force India-Mercedes 67 64.178 11.629
8 22 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 67 84.711 20.533
9 20 Kevin Magnussen McLaren-Mercedes 66 1 lap 1 lap
10 11 Sergio Perez Force India-Mercedes 66 1 lap 7.476
11 7 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 66 1 lap 8.347
12 13 Pastor Maldonado Lotus-Renault 66 1 lap 9.354
13 25 Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso-Renault 66 1 lap 0.737
14 21 Esteban Gutierrez Sauber-Ferrari 66 1 lap 6.336
15 17 Jules Bianchi Marussia-Ferrari 66 1 lap 34.901
16 10 Kamui Kobayashi Caterham-Renault 65 2 laps 1 lap
17 4 Max Chilton Marussia-Ferrari 65 2 laps 12.080
18 9 Marcus Ericsson Caterham-Renault 65 2 laps 28.855
Not classified
99 Adrian Sutil Sauber-Ferrari 47 20 laps 18 laps Accident
26 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso-Renault 44 23 laps 3 laps Fire
8 Romain Grosjean Lotus-Renault 26 41 laps 18 laps Cooling
19 Felipe Massa Williams-Mercedes 0 67 laps 26 laps Accident

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27 comments on 2014 German Grand Prix result

  1. Max Jacobson (@vettel1) said on 20th July 2014, 14:42

    Bottas was brilliant again. We have a new front runner for sure.

  2. Daniella said on 20th July 2014, 14:42

    OMG! What an effort by Bottas, keeping Hamilton at bay. This guy is sky rocketing himself to the main stage.

  3. Lars (@lars) said on 20th July 2014, 14:46

    Before the start I thought “I hope Massa does not do anything stupid” – I was not concerned about Rosberg, Bottas, Vettel or Ricciardo. Why is that? K Mag still raced well, but could have 4th. Great race by Bottas, Hamilton, Rosberg, Alonso and the RBR drivers.

    • Pawel (@marik) said on 20th July 2014, 15:07

      Flippe Massa again unfortunately. I hope it’s over, that’s a massive loss of points for Williams.
      Still great job by Bottas fortunately.

    • Jimmy Hearn (@alebelly74) said on 20th July 2014, 15:22

      I’m sure Williams would love to get someone else in that seat.

      • Corrado (@corrado-dub) said on 20th July 2014, 22:15

        You bet. Alonso had double the points Massa had at the end of a season when at Ferrari, and most of us called it TRASHING, but now Bottas has 90points, Massa 30points. Don’t know how to call this, but trashing seems forgiving, especially that Massa is a lot more “experienced” driver than Bottas. I thought nobody can beat Massa that bad as Alonso did, but Bottas proved me wrong.

  4. Such a shame for Magnussen, it was not his mistake i think so he should have joined Alonso-Vettel-Ricciardo battle because his pace was matching them

  5. Chris (@cgturbo) said on 20th July 2014, 14:50

    Fantastic race!
    Battles throughout (bar Rosberg… Was he even in the race?)!

    Though, I would have preferred Lewis second and Daniel in front of Fernando (or Fernando in front of Seb)… Would have helped my predictions a touch XD

  6. Daniella said on 20th July 2014, 14:53

    Actually he’s not, the few Ham fans are.

  7. Breno (@austus) said on 20th July 2014, 14:58

    Massa was once again pathetic, cant wait for Nasr to replace him. Bottas was great today, pretty much carrying the team on his back, now he knows why Ferrari didnt want Massa. I thought Alonso’s long stint was bad, he should have pitted with Vettel. Another pathetic performance from Raikkonen, nuff said.

    • Lars (@lars) said on 20th July 2014, 15:09

      Massa is pathetic and even blames K Mag and his GP2 in an interview – sorry Massa Kevin was never in GP2. Imagine if Williams had had Bottas and K Mag as team mates

    • OmarR-Pepper (@omarr-pepper) said on 20th July 2014, 15:35

      @austus yes, it’s pathetic he couldn’t drive with the car upside down… I guess the other 21 drivers can do that effortlessly.

    • Chris (@cgturbo) said on 20th July 2014, 15:45

      You do realise that it was Kevin’s car that understeered into Massa.
      Massa reacted to Kevin, a little late, perhaps… But had Kevin’s car not understeered (not his fault, mind), both would have survived the corner.

    • Corrado (@corrado-dub) said on 20th July 2014, 22:25

      There was absolutely no reason for Ferrari to keep Massa more. He was with the team since 2006. They knew pretty good who Massa was as a driver. But mostly, the reason behind dropping Massa was that ALO beat him too bad for 4 consecutive seasons: half points (or even less) compared to ALO. Unfortunately for Ferrari, Kimi has a bad season indeed… and Massa looks like a better bet now. But, they shouldn’t feel sorry for dropping him, Massa’s carreer is mostly over now, so Ferrari should sign a young driver after Kimi retires, because ALO is kinda old too now.

      • Mike said on 20th July 2014, 22:38

        Of course Ferrari did tell Massa to gift points to Alonso whenever he found himself in front!

  8. woogle said on 20th July 2014, 14:58

    who got fastest lap?

  9. Eggry (@eggry) said on 20th July 2014, 14:59

    Wow, Bottas. and some awesome three-some battles!

  10. craig-o (@craig-o) said on 20th July 2014, 15:03

    What superb recovery drives by Hamilton, Magnussen and Ricciardo today. General strong drives by Bottas, Alonso and Hulkenberg too. A huge shame for Massa, he must get some luck come his way soon, same with Grosjean.

  11. Yobo01 (@yobo01) said on 20th July 2014, 15:27

    The FW36 is definitely the second fastest car now. I had some doubts after Silverstone, but now it’s obvious.
    Funny, though, I expected Williams to be very strong at the beginning of the season and then they were going to be outdeveloped by Red Bull, Ferrari and maybe even Mclaren.

  12. dan said on 20th July 2014, 19:09

    Lewis is defiantly the best driver in f1, if rosberg wins the championship this year it will be down to luck and the fact that being a German driver in a German team thing seem to be stacked in his favour!

  13. hannu karttunen said on 20th July 2014, 19:18

    Fantastic Valtteri! Towards championship next season.

  14. trotter said on 21st July 2014, 0:32

    Raikkonen is just horrible. Massa hasn’t learned anything in the last 10 years. Even though he can’t be blamed for the crash, he can be blamed for not knowing how to determine safety margins. He is always ending up in crashes. I’m not talking about Australia or Silverstone, of course. No other way there. But I’m talking about his whole career. It cost him the title in 2008. His luck is that Hamilton is pretty much up there with him in terms of messing up, although Lewis seems to have learned a bit, although not as much as can be obvious from the race. All in all, Massa is driving as if others are on rails or know what he is about to do. He has to think about what others around him might try to do.
    Raikkonen on the other hand just sucks. Yes, I know, car isn’t suiting him 100%, but isn’t he supposed to be a WDC? You’d think whatever the car is, he’d got a hang of it after half a season?

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