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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

German Grand Prix Preview: Ferrari’s important race

The German grand prix is the round eleven of the FIA Formula1 World Championship and point to the start of the second half of the season, with McLaren and Red Bull very close at the top of the ranking Ferrari should finish ahead of them both in this race to keep their championship hopes alive in both championships.

Ferrari is 113 points behind McLaren in the constructors standing and Fernando Alonso is 47 points down on Lewis Hamilton’s lead.

The characteristics the track should suit the cars of Ferrari and McLaren but the MP4_25 seemed to have struggle to put the new updates on it, while Ferrari were the closest team to Red Bull in a track which was expected to play in the favor of the RB6s.

Ferrari should stay out of troubles and bad luck that cost them very much in last our races, and both Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa should stay out of troubles, if they both started from the first or the second row they should be fine.

Meanwhile Red Bull’s RB6 is surely the fastest car of the season on every circuit even in Canada were the didn’t scored a good result it was down to bad strategy, they will be very fast this weekend, but again they should make Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber give each other a room in the race, as they are losing a lot points in every race.

McLaren added the “blown diffuser exhaust” which did not worked well for them in Silverstone and in the race they only raced it on Lewis Hamilton’s car, if they got it right this time they should be fighting with the Red Bulls and the Ferraris.

Mercedes will be strong in their home race and with Nico Rosberg podium in Silverstone he will have a boost in his home race:

“I love the track itself as it's quite challenging with some good overtaking opportunities and the races here can often be quite exciting. Going into one of the team's home weekends with the podium finish from Silverstone is a real boost for us, and we will be working hard to continue our improvement in performance and have a strong weekend.”

Nico Rosberg.

Micheal Shumacher needs a good result and in his home race and for the first time racing with a German car he will try his best to get a podium:

“There is one thing for sure; no matter how long you are around, it is always something special to race in front of your home crowd. At Hockenheim, I will definitely try my best for my fans who give me such a lot of support, especially over the race weekend.”

Micheal Shumacher

We should not write Renault of this weekend as their R30 is fast in low speed corners.

With the cars very close this weekend the Qualifying in Q2 and Q3 will very interesting.

Williams has been fast in the last few races and the must keep the momentum with Nico Hulkenberg home race too, and Williams is closing on Force India in the standings, the battle between these two teams will be interesting.

Sauber and Toro Rosso are both close and Sauber passed Toro Rosso with their latest good results, Pedro De La Rosa is qualifying well but his race pace is not good for a points.

Who do you think will win the German Grand Prix? Have your thoughts on the comments.

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