German Grand Prix Cancelled, Nothing Is Sacred In F1

Nürburgring Willing To Lose Money To Host The F1 German Grand Prix

No, there isn't a deal for the Formula One German Grand Prix yet, either at Hockenheim or at the Nürburgring. That being said, Nürburgring official Carsten Schumacher admitted to Swiss mag Motorsport Aktuell that the circuit is willing to host the grand prix at a financial loss—provided they can eat the cost. » 2/25/15 5:20pm 2/25/15 5:20pm

There May Be No F1 German Grand Prix This Year

Bernie Ecclestone's letter to the Rhein-Zeitung newspaper claims that a German Formula One Grand Prix even at the back-up venue of Hockenheim won't be "commercially viable" because "attendance has been so low for the past few years." Ouch. » 2/03/15 1:20pm 2/03/15 1:20pm

The Revolving Door Of Nürburgring Ownership Just Lost The F1 German GP

For the past few years, Hockenheim and the Nürburgring have agreed to alternate hosting the Formula One German Grand Prix. 2015 should be the Nürburgring's turn, but the new owners don't have a contract with F1, so the grand prix goes to Hockenheim this year instead. » 1/15/15 2:18pm 1/15/15 2:18pm

Post Race Analysis - German Grand Prix

Post Qualifying Analysis - German Grand Prix

The teams converge on Hockenheim with FRIC-less chassis, upsetting the established order, one team in particular looking very likely to challenge a Mercedes victory. Obvious spoilers to follow... » 7/19/14 10:43am 7/19/14 10:43am

Cameraman Hit By Runaway Tire At German Grand Prix

Mark Webber took his car into pit lane on lap nine for a routine tire change but there was apparently an issue attaching the right rear tire correctly. Webber was unaware and sped off, after a longer-than-normal stop, before the mechanics could properly secure it. The tire almost immediately flew off and began its… » 7/07/13 9:32am 7/07/13 9:32am

Your Ridiculously Awesome German Grand Prix Wallpaper is Here

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso emerged victorious at Hockenheim last week, showing what The Telegraph called "ice cool driving from a man who with each passing race burnishes his reputation as the best in the business." » 7/28/12 5:00pm 7/28/12 5:00pm

This Is The World's Fastest Pit Stop: Four Tires In 2.3 Seconds

At the German Grand Prix yesterday, McLaren pulled off the fastest pit stop in competition history, swapping the four tires on Jenson Button's car in just 2.31 seconds. Button didn't lose a single place on the grid. » 7/23/12 10:30am 7/23/12 10:30am

It’s raining on the Nordschleife

This is a photo which will never be taken again. Not only does it show two Formula One drivers holding their own umbrellas instead of being protected from the elements by a massive entourage, but the guy on the left would go on to become a three-time world champion while the guy on the right was but a silly Dutch lord… » 11/08/11 2:00pm 11/08/11 2:00pm

The 2011 German Grand Prix in Crayola

The homecoming for Germany’s new world champion, joined by five other Germans in the splendid freezing German summer at the Nürburgring, against a depressed and disillusioned McLaren. What could possibly have gone wrong for Red Bull at the season’s halfway point? Then again, motor racing has a way of being about as… » 7/25/11 4:00pm 7/25/11 4:00pm

How F1 started using full-face helmets

Apart from inventing an aerodynamic device and becoming the last man to win a Grand Prix in a car of his own design, what has Dan Gurney ever done for Formula One? Why, he introduced the full-face helmet in 1968. » 2/14/11 1:00pm 2/14/11 1:00pm

Three-Time F1 World Champion Goes Medieval On Track Rival

Sissies in bright overalls driving around in circles, that's Formula One, right? Not when it comes to Brazilian world champion Nelson Piquet, whose 1982 kung fu moves are presented here on video. » 12/09/10 11:00am 12/09/10 11:00am

Mark Webber Celebrating His Maiden Formula One Victory

It took him 130 tries, mostly in inferior cars, but Australia’s Mark Webber has finally won his first Formula One grand prix on Sunday. Here’s a gallery of his supreme joy. » 7/17/09 9:30am 7/17/09 9:30am

The German Grand Prix in Pictures

Formula One made its mid-season stop at the rain-soaked Nürburgring. With eight races down and eight to go, the German GP was yet again a battle between Brawn and Red Bull. Spoilers ahead! » 7/13/09 9:00am 7/13/09 9:00am

Mark Webber On His Day Off

Inching ever closer to his first ever Grand Prix victory, Red Bull’s Mark Webber spent his free weekend between the British and the German Grands Prix at a motorcycle race. We got inside his head. » 6/30/09 12:30pm 6/30/09 12:30pm

Formula One Through Tilt-Shift Lenses

Originally developed for architectural photography, tilting and shifting lenses are much more than gadgets for turning cars into toys. Professionals even use them to document the ins and outs of Formula One. Mega-sized gallery below. » 6/24/09 12:00pm 6/24/09 12:00pm

The 12 Brits Who've Won Their Home Grand Prix

A dozen men have walked on the Moon—and twelve Brits have won the British GP since first held in 1950 at Silverstone. Meet the men whose shoulders Jenson Button is set to stand on this Sunday. » 6/20/09 1:30pm 6/20/09 1:30pm

Putting The 8:19 Nürburgring Camaro SS Time In Perspective

Muscle cars have come a long way since the 60s. The 8:19 lap by the Camaro SS would have been competitive in the 1967 German Grand Prix: the model year of the first Camaro. » 3/17/09 7:30am 3/17/09 7:30am