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Lotus F1 Team There’s no time to rest for the Formula 1 Paddock as the Championship resumes this weekend at Hockenheim, after a thrilling British Grand Prix and some long working days during the Silverstone test last week. The German Grand Prix joined the Formula 1 calendar back in 1951, with races being held at Nürburgring (26), Avus (1) and Hockenheim (33). Hockenheim’s first appearance came as a ‘last minute’ addition in 1970, when drivers boycotted the Nürburgring’s Nordschleife due to safety concerns. For more than 10 years from 1995 there were two Grand Prix every year in Germany: the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim, plus either the European GP or the Luxembourg GP at...
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