Autosport podcast: Explaining the chaos of the German Grand Prix
||Monday, July 29th 2019, 15:05 GMT
The latest edition of The Autosport Podcast attempts to make sense of a chaotic German Grand Prix, which was won by Red Bull Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen.
A dramatic change of conditions from Saturday to Sunday, plus a number of in-race incidents, helped shake up the order - as what initially looked like a comfortable Mercedes win slipped out of the team's hands.
How Lewis Hamilton - who spent the majority of the Hockenheim weekend feeling unwell - lost control of the race, is discussed plus the qualifying disaster that left Ferrari's cars 10th and 20th on the grid
Although Verstappen was in place to pick up the pieces after Mercedes' capitulation his victory was not perfect, and there's a closer look at the fortunes of Red Bull's sister team Toro Rosso - as Daniil Kvyat scored the squad's first podium since Sebastian Vettel's Italian GP win 11 years ago, and Alex Albon starred in his first wet F1 race.
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