Updated: Sep 26, 2021
Formula-1 is on Nürburgring, Germany for the Eifel GP!
Last year's Race in Germany
Last year we saw Lewis Hamilton starting from the Pole position with Max Verstappen in second, a chaotic race, with a lot of rain, crashes, cars spinnings.
As result, we had Charles Leclerc and many others hitting the barriers, like Nico Hulkenberg, coincidently, both were running in 2nd when that happened and both got out of the race.
Hamilton also hit the barriers, but manage to get back on track and to the boxes to change his front wing, but getting a time penalty for his incorrect entrance.
Sebastian Vettel, finished the race in 2nd, just behind the winner Max Verstappen, and for the surprise of all, Daniil Kyvat finished in 3rd, having a two Honda powered cars in the podium on that weekend Verstappen got the fastest lap of the race (2019 DHL Fastest Lap Award).
Please, click here to see the final result of the Germany GP 2019 and invite you to watch the resume of the race on the link below:
What to expect from Eifel GP 2020?
Valtteri Bottas will start from the pole position, having his team mate Hamilton in second and Verstappen in third. Surprisingly we will have Charles Leclerc starting in 4th, just ahead of Alex Albon in 5th, the Ferrari has a new floor, which seems that had a good effect on the car, making it better, no so lucky for Sebastian Vettel, who last year finished in 2nd, but will start this year race in 11th.
Nico Hulkenberg, replacing Lance Stroll in last minutes, will start at the end of the grid, unfortunately the German driver, didn't have much chance to practice before the Qualifying, but we will have him back, last time he replaced Sergio Perez for the Great Britain and 70th Anniversary GPs.
If the conditions do not get wild, like last year, we should see the Mercedes dominating the race, having Verstappen quick behind, the battle might be among those three drivers.
Leclerc will have a good opportunity to have a great result for this race and let's hope him to finish at top 5.
Please, enjoy the qualifying video on the link below.
Hope to see a great Eifel race for this year of 2020!
Schedule for the Grand Prix
Race will light out Today, October 11th, 2020 at 2:10 pm local time, 08:10am Brasilia time or 01:10pm Rome and Amsterdam time or 12:10pm London time. Let us watch the last race in Germany!