For the Scuderia Toro Rosso team, the German Grand Prix promised so much but in the end the team left Hockenheim pointless. After starting eighth on the grid, Daniil Kvyat’s race saw him collide with Sergio Perez and then retire in a dramatic and fiery manner, while Jean-Eric Vergne struggled with tyre wear and with track limits that saw him penalised.
Vergne was disappointed with the penalty for gaining an advantage while leaving the track while trying to pass the Lotus of Romain Grosjean, and the Frenchman believed the five second penalty cost him a genuine shot of a points finish. The stewards later gave Vergne a penalty point on his licence for the manoeuvre.
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