Formula 1 heads to the German Grand Prix this weekend, which alternates each year between the Nurburgring and Hockenheim. This year it is the turn of Hockenheim, last used in 2012: only Pirelli’s second year in Formula 1.
Hockenheim is really a circuit of two halves: a tight and twisty stadium section, which is quite technical, then a fast series of straights. The P Zero Yellow soft tyre has been selected alongside the P Zero Red supersoft: a combination last used in Austria.
Just like Austria and Silverstone, weather conditions in the upper Rhine valley can be unpredictable at this time of year, with a wide range of temperature variations possible.
Following the German Grand Prix, the...
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