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F1 asks: Where did all the German fans go?

Where have all the German Formula One fans gone? The glamour sport was asking itself that question after tens of thousands stayed away from a home grand prix that should have been box office gold in the land of Mercedes but instead left plenty of empty seats on Sunday. Some pointed the finger at the country's reigning quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel, struggling for form at a below-par Red Bull this season and unhappy with the new rules and engine format. Others blamed World Cup fatigue, Germany's strict tax rules on corporate hospitality or the absence of Michael Schumacher - the most successful driver of all time who retired in 2012 and is still in hospital after a near-fatal...
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