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FIA press conference schedule - Germany

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel, who broke his home duck and triumphed in Germany for the first time last year, will be among the six drivers taking part in the official FIA press conference at Hockenheim on Thursday. Fellow countrymen Nico Hulkenberg, Adrian Sutil and Nico Rosberg - whose championship lead was slashed to just four points following his retirement at Silverstone - will also be present.Meanwhile on Friday senior personnel - including recent Renault Sport returnee Cyril Abiteboul and the man who succeeded him at Caterham, Christijan Albers - will answer questions from the press. The line-ups in full...Thursday, July 17, 1500 hours local time (1400 GMT)Nico Hulkenberg (Force...
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