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The 2012 German Grand Prix was the tenth race of the 2012 Formula One Season which took place on July 22 2012. It was the 59th running of the German Grand Prix as a round of the Formula One World Championship.

In line with the FIA's intention to alternate the event, the 2012 race was held at the Hockenheimring, having been held at the Nürburgring circuit in 2011. It was the 33rd time the race had been held at Hockenheim, and the 8th staging on the current layout of the circuit.

The race was won by polesitter Fernando Alonso, ahead of Red Bull-Renault's Sebastian Vettel. McLaren-Mercedes driver Jenson Button completed the podium after a strong drive from sixth on the grid. Vettel's result however, was overshadowed by a illegal overtake claim made by McLaren as a result of Vettel's overtake of Jenson Button on lap 66. The decision was to give Vettel a twenty-second penalty, which pushed the German down to fifth place, promoting Button back up to second, and giving Kimi Räikkönen a third place finish.

As for other German interest, Michael Schumacher finished a strong seventh. Nico Hülkenberg, finished ninth, a disappointing result from fourth on the grid. Schumacher's team mate, Nico Rosberg, took the final point and meant that four Germans scored points. The final German on the grid, Timo Glock, came in 22nd.

Background

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The Drag Reduction System is being used for the first time on the Hockenheimring. The DRS detection zone is at turn 4, with the activation zone located 260 metres later. This allows the cars to speed down the Parabolika into the Hairpin.

No grid penalties were issued after the British Grand Prix for the German Grand Prix. However, both Romain Grosjean and Nico Rosberg will receive five-place grid penalties for gearbox changes. Grosjean's gearbox was changed after his team noticed a terminal issue with it. Mark Webber's gearbox was changed on Friday night, and as a result, he will also drop five places.

In the Drivers' Championship, Fernando Alonso's lead was reduced to just thirteen points after Mark Webber won in Britain with Alonso in second. Sebastian Vettel moved up to third, ahead of Lewis Hamilton.

As for the Constructors' Championship, Red Bull-Renault had increased their lead to 64 points. Second was now Ferrari, after their strongest showing since the 2010 Singapore Grand Prix. Lotus-Renault stayed in third place, with McLaren-Mercedes falling to fourth place.

Entry list

The full entry list for the 2012 German Grand Prix is shown below:

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel Austria Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB8 Renault RS27-2012 P
2 Australia Mark Webber Austria Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB8 Renault RS27-2012 P
3 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom Vodafone McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4-27 Mercedes FO 108Z P
4 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton United Kingdom Vodafone McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4-27 Mercedes FO 108Z P
5 Spain Fernando Alonso Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari F2012 Ferrari 056 P
6 Brazil Felipe Massa Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari F2012 Ferrari 056 P
7 Germany Michael Schumacher Germany Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes W03 Mercedes FO 108Z P
8 Germany Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes W03 Mercedes FO 108Z P
9 Finland Kimi Räikkönen United Kingdom Lotus F1 Team Lotus E20 Renault RS27-2012 P
10 France Romain Grosjean United Kingdom Lotus F1 Team Lotus E20 Renault RS27-2012 P
11 United Kingdom Paul di Resta India Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India VJM05 Mercedes FO 108Z P
12 Germany Nico Hülkenberg India Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India VJM05 Mercedes FO 108Z P
14 Japan Kamui Kobayashi Switzerland Sauber F1 Team Sauber C31 Ferrari 056 P
15 Mexico Sergio Pérez Switzerland Sauber F1 Team Sauber C31 Ferrari 056 P
16 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR7 Ferrari 056 P
17 France Jean-Éric Vergne Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR7 Ferrari 056 P
18 Venezuela Pastor Maldonado United Kingdom Williams F1 Williams FW34 Renault RS27-2012 P
19 Brazil Bruno Senna United Kingdom Williams F1 Williams FW34 Renault RS27-2012 P
20 Finland Heikki Kovalainen Malaysia Caterham F1 Team Caterham CT01 Renault RS27-2012 P
21 Russia Vitaly Petrov Malaysia Caterham F1 Team Caterham CT01 Renault RS27-2012 P
22 Spain Pedro de la Rosa Spain HRT F1 Team HRT F112 Cosworth CA2012 P
23 India Narain Karthikeyan Spain HRT F1 Team HRT F112 Cosworth CA2012 P
24 Germany Timo Glock Russia Marussia F1 Team Marussia MR01 Cosworth CA2012 P
25 France Charles Pic Russia Marussia F1 Team Marussia MR01 Cosworth CA2012 P
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12 France Jules Bianchi India Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India VJM05 Mercedes FO 108Z P
19 Finland Valtteri Bottas United Kingdom Williams F1 Williams FW34 Renault RS27-2012 P
23 Spain Dani Clos Spain HRT F1 Team HRT F112 Cosworth CA2012 P

Practice Overview

FP1

The test driver changes in FP1 saw Jules Bianchi replace Paul di Resta at Force India, Valtteri Bottas replace Bruno Senna at Williams, and Dani Clos replace Narain Karthikeyan at HRT.

Jenson Button set the fasstest time in a McLaren 1–2 in Free Practice 1. The session was plagued by rain, and as a results time were not ideal. Button set his time of 1:16.695 just 25 minutes into the session.

Many drivers lost control of their car or went off track in the damp conditions, including Heikki Kovalainen, Pastor Maldonado, one of the Sauber drivers, Jean-Éric Vergne, Lewis Hamilton and British GP winner Mark Webber. Then, near the end of the session, Bottas lost the rear end at turn 13 and hit the barriers.

FP2

It started out wet, and only Bruno Senna ventured out in the fifteen minutes, but he came straight back in. At about fifteen minutes in, Jean-Éric Vergne headed out, on the full wet tyre. Not too much happened in the session, as the track dryed out. Nico Rosberg showed that the track was suitable for intermediates, but with 25 minutes left, the rain began again. Pastor Maldonado set the quickest time before the track became too wet.

There was action, with Vergne, Sergio Pérez and Sebastian Vettel losing control early on, and Lewis Hamilton went wide at the hairpin later on. With ten minutes to go, Daniel Ricciardo went off at turn 13, but only beached into the gravel and his car suffered no damage. Then, with five minutes left, Michael Schumacher had a big accident at turn 12, seriously damaging the rear end of the car and lightly damaging the front left. The session was red flagged until the end of the session.

Maldonado's time survived as the quickest of the session, the Williams driver showing his pace is still there, despite the controversy following his recent collisions and crashes. Second was Nico Rosberg, less than a tenth of a second down.

FP3

In an uneventful session, Fernando Alonso topped the timesheets, with time 0.77 seconds ahead of Lewis Hamilton. Hamilton's team-mate, Jenson Button, came last in the session.

Twenty minutes into the session, the engine in Charles Pic's car was changed, due to an air leak. Within twenty minutes, the new engine was in place.

At the end of the session, it started raining heavily, effectively ending the 60 minute session a few minutes early.

Practice Results

Qualifying

Q1

A dry session started with all the cars trying to get out early to set a timed lap before any rain came along (which it did after the session ended). When the session ended, Kimi Räikkönen came out on top, ahead of Sergio Pérez and Nico Rosberg. Michael Schumacher nearly exited qualifying early, but set a time 0.055 seconds ahead of the unlucky Jean-Éric Vergne. Also out (in order) was Heikki Kovalainen, Vitaly Petrov, Charles Pic, Timo Glock, Pedro de la Rosa and Narain Karthikeyan was last.

Q2

The rain really started to come down as Q2 started, and most of the best laps were set early on in the session, as the last five or so minutes required the full wet tyre, unlike the first ten minutes. Lewis Hamilton was 0.645 seconds quicker than second-placed Michael Schumacher. Daniel Ricciardo qualified strongly, for 11th. Also out (in order) was Sergio Pérez, Kamui Kobayashi, Felipe Massa, Romain Grosjean, Bruno Senna and Nico Rosberg was 17th. After the session, it emerged that Pérez had blocked both Fernando Alonso and Kimi Räikkönen.

Q3

In another wet session, Fernando Alonso took pole position for the second race running, 0.405 seconds ahead of Sebastian Vettel. Mark Webber was third on the grid, 0.875 seconds down on Alonso. Michael Schumacher qualified fourth, over 1.8 seconds slower than Alonso.

Fifth-placed Nico Hülkenberg was over 2.8 seconds off Alonso's time. Early in the session, the German had a moment and aquaplaned off into gravel, but he managed to get back to the track.

Sixth was Pastor Maldonado, whose time of more than 3.3 seconds worse than Alonso's. Behind him was Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton, the McLaren drivers only a few tenths of a second behind Maldonado. Ninth was Paul di Resta, well over 4 seconds down on Alonso. Kimi Räikkönen was tenth and over five seconds in arrears.

Post-Qualifying

Championship leader Fernando Alonso's pole position put him in a prime position to extend his championship lead. Mark Webber's gearbox change penalty, which placed him eighth, made an increase in Alonso's lead more likely.

Sergio Pérez was found to have blocked both Alonso and Kimi Räikkönen in Q2, and the Mexican was given a five-place grid penalty as a result.

Romain Grosjean and Nico Rosberg, who both qualified poorly, were also given their five-place grid penalties for gearbox changes.

Qualifying Results

Grid

Pos Pos
Driver Driver
______________
Row 1 1 ______________
Fernando Alonso 2
______________ Sebastian Vettel
Row 2 3 ______________
Michael Schumacher 4
______________ Nico Hülkenberg
Row 3 5 ______________
Pastor Maldonado 6
______________ Jenson Button
Row 4 7 ______________
Lewis Hamilton 8
______________ Mark Webber*
Row 5 9 ______________
Paul di Resta 10
______________ Kimi Räikkönen
Row 6 11 ______________
Daniel Ricciardo 12
______________ Kamui Kobayashi
Row 7 13 ______________
Felipe Massa 14
______________ Bruno Senna
Row 8 15 ______________
Jean-Éric Vergne 16
______________ Heikki Kovalainen
Row 9 17 ______________
Sergio Pérez 18
______________ Vitaly Petrov
Row 10 19 ______________
Romain Grosjean 20
______________ Charles Pic
Row 11 21 ______________
Nico Rosberg§ 22
______________ Timo Glock
Row 12 23 ______________
Pedro de la Rosa 24
______________ Narain Karthikeyan

Notes:

* Mark Webber was demoted five places from 3rd to 8th because of a gearbox change.

Sergio Pérez was demoted five places from 12th to 17th after impeding Fernando Alonso and Kimi Räikkönen in Q2.

Romain Grosjean was demoted five places from 15th to what became 19th because of a gearbox change.

§ Nico Rosberg was demoted five place from 17th to what became 21st because of a gearbox change.

Race

Report

Fernando Alonso started very well, and held onto first place from pole, with Sebastian Vettel holding onto second place. Michael Schumacher stayed third, attacking Vettel for second, with Nico Hülkenberg behind. Jenson Button overtook Pastor Maldonado for fifth place, and Mark Webber got ahead of Lewis Hamilton for seventh. Behind them, Felipe Massa crashed into the back of Bruno Senna. Massa lost his front wing, and Romain Grosjean also was forced to pit with a new front wing.

Despite all the debris on the track, the safety car was not called out. Only one car lost out in the process, as Hamilton suffered a puncture. He continued despite thinking that McLaren should retire the car.

Kimi Räikkönen managed to get past Paul di Resta for eighth a few laps later. Räikkönen got ahead at the start, but Di Resta overtook him on lap three. Räikkönen would not be troubled by Di Resta again. After troubling Vettel on the first lap, Schumacher starting dropping away from the leading pair. Luckily for the German, Hülkenberg was being caught by Button, who got past on lap eight at the Hairpin.

On lap ten, Hamilton was the fastest driver on track, in clear air with new tyres. On the next lap, Button caught and passed Schumacher. The pitstops had started on lap ten, with Di Resta pitting. On lap eleven, Räikkönen pitted from eighth. On lap twelve, Hülkenberg pitted from fifth, and Webber pitted from seventh. Maldonado pitted the next lap. Maldonado then suffered a severe loss of pace, as his race only went downwards from that point. Schumacher pitted on lap fourteen, emerging ahead of Räikkönen. The Sauber pair and the leaders were all pitting later. Sergio Pérez, from 17th on the grid, found himself in fourth on lap 15, ahead of his team mate, Kamui Kobayashi. Pérez pitted first, and emerged behind Maldonado, whom he overtook immediately. Alonso pitted next, and after first Button, and then Vettel pitted, re-emerged in the lead. Kobayashi pitted last, on lap 23, and came out in eleventh place, and behind Maldonado, who had been overtaken by Webber and Di Resta. Kobayashi and then Rosberg both passed the Venezuelan.

Räikkönen overtook Schumacher on lap 21, the German going defensive into the Hairpin, but making a mistake on the exit of the corner, and the Finn flew past. Kobayashi found his way past Di Resta on lap 25. The running order at this point was Alonso leading, only just ahead of Vettel, with Button close behind in third. Fourth was Räikkönen, fifth Schumacher, then Hülkenberg, Pérez, Webber, Kobayashi and Di Resta occupied the rest of the pointscoring positions. Rosberg and Maldonado followed, ahead of the two Toro Rosso.

By lap 30, Vettel was challenging Alonso, but could not get close enough to cause the Spaniard any real problems. Behind them, Button was closing in. Pérez passed Hülkenberg for sixth on lap 31. Two laps later, Pérez's team mate, Kobayashi also moved up a place, as Webber lost his new seventh place after Hülkenberg pitted. Hamilton pitted from 18th, and emerged a lap down, but between Vettel and Button.

Unfortuanately for Vettel, Hamilton decided to unlap himself. The move benefitted both Alonso and Button. Hamilton could not get past Alonso. Rosberg had also pitted, and emerged behind Nico Hülkenberg. Schumacher pitted on lap 36, and emerged in clear air. Kobayashi overtook Pérez the next lap for fifth. Kobayashi then gained another place temporarily when Räikkönen pitted.

On lap 40, Button pitted, attempting to gain an undercut on the two leaders. Button's stop was the quickest of the race. Pérez and Webber also pitted the same lap. In reply, both Alonso and Vettel pitted the next lap. Alonso held onto his lead, but Button managed to overhaul Vettel and the British driver took second place. Button started to slowly close in on Alonso. Kobayashi pitted on lap 43, and came out just behind Hülkenberg, who was quickly overtaken. Hülkenberg then pitted. Kobayashi set a few fastest laps, but when Schumacher pitted on lap 52, the German became the fastest driver on track. Button had got close enough to use the DRS on Alonso, but was not close enough to challenge for the lead. Button then started to fall back slightly.

Rosberg passing Di Resta for the final point on lap 56. The German was having a strong race, considering his starting position of 21st. Later, the lapped Hamilton retired from the race.

The final few laps saw Button slow his pace down massively. Vettel closed in, and passed Button after the Hairpin on lap 66 with his whole car off the track. Button was unhappy with this, and the FIA began an investigation.

Alonso won the race, his third win of 2012 and his 30th win in the sport. Vettel crossed the line second, ahead of the Button. Räikkönen was fourth, with Kobayashi fifth. Pérez's sixth place capped off an excellent race for the Sauber team. Seventh was Schumacher, ahead of Webber. Hülkenberg and Rosberg scored the final points. Di Resta, Massa, Daniel Ricciardo and Jean-Éric Vergne were the final drivers on the lead lap. Maldonado was lapped in 15th, Vitaly Petrov was an impressive 16th, ahead of Senna in 17th, with Grosjean behind in 18th. Heikki Kovalainen was 19th and two laps down. Charles Pic was 20th, and Pedro de la Rosa overtook Timo Glock for 21st. Narain Karthikeyan was 23rd and last.

Post-Race

Sebastian Vettel's overtake of Jenson Button was investigated by stewards after the race. Vettel was eventually given a twenty second penalty for the illegal overtake, as the German had all four wheels off the track and was perceived to have gained an advantage by doing so.

Fernando Alonso's lead in the championship was extended to 34 points ahead of Mark Webber, with Vettel now 44 points behind Alonso.

Red Bull-Renault maintained their lead in the championship, reduced slightly to 53 points ahead of Ferrari. McLaren overtook Lotus-Renault to take third place in the championship.

Results

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Avg Speed Grid Pts
1 5 Spain Fernando Alonso Italy Ferrari 67 1:31:05.682 201.844 1 25
2 3 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 67 + 6.949 s 201.587 6 18
3 9 Finland Kimi Räikkönen United Kingdom Lotus-Renault 67 + 16.409 s 201.239 10 15
4 14 Japan Kamui Kobayashi Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 67 + 21.925 s 201.327 12 12
5 1 Germany Sebastian Vettel* Austria Red Bull-Renault 67 + 23.732 s 200.971 2 10
6 15 Mexico Sergio Pérez Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 67 + 27.896 s 200.819 17 8
7 7 Germany Michael Schumacher Germany Mercedes 67 + 28.970 s 200.779 3 6
8 2 Australia Mark Webber Austria Red Bull-Renault 67 + 46.941 s 200.125 8 4
9 12 Germany Nico Hülkenberg India Force India-Mercedes 67 + 48.162 s 200.081 4 2
10 8 Germany Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes 67 + 48.889 s 200.054 21 1
11 11 United Kingdom Paul di Resta India Force India-Mercedes 67 + 59.227 s 199.680 9
12 6 Brazil Felipe Massa Italy Ferrari 67 + 1 m 11.428 s 199.240 13
13 16 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 67 + 1 m 16.829 s 199.046 11
14 17 France Jean-Éric Vergne Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 67 + 1 m 16.865 s 199.041 15
15 18 Venezuela Pastor Maldonado United Kingdom Williams-Renault 66 + 1 lap 198.222 5
16 21 Russia Vitaly Petrov Malaysia Caterham-Renault 66 + 1 lap 197.221 18
17 19 Brazil Bruno Senna United Kingdom Williams-Renault 66 + 1 lap 197.202 14
18 10 France Romain Grosjean United Kingdom Lotus-Renault 66 + 1 lap 196.515 19
19 20 Finland Heikki Kovalainen Malaysia Caterham-Renault 65 + 2 laps 195.121 16
20 25 France Charles Pic Russia Marussia-Cosworth 65 + 2 laps 194.672 20
21 22 Spain Pedro de la Rosa Spain HRT-Cosworth 64 + 3 laps 192.511 23
22 24 Germany Timo Glock Russia Marussia-Cosworth 64 + 3 Laps 192.330 22
23 23 India Narain Karthikeyan Spain HRT-Cosworth 64 + 3 laps 192.319 24
Ret 4 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 56 Collision damage 196.465 7

* Sebastian Vettel was given a 20 second penalty for an illegal overtake on Jenson Button at turn 6 (the Hairpin) on lap 66.

Fastest Laps

Laps in the Lead

By Lap

Stint Driver Laps Total Distance
1 Spain Fernando Alonso 1 – 17 17 77.758 km
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel 18 – 20 3 13.722 km
3 Spain Fernando Alonso 21 – 67 47 214.978 km

Totals

Pos. Driver Laps Distance
1 Spain Fernando Alonso 64 292.736 km
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel 3 13.722 km

Milestones

Standings after race

Drivers' World Championship
Pos. Driver Pts
1 Fernando Alonso 154
2 Mark Webber 120
3 Sebastian Vettel 110
4 Kimi Räikkönen 98
5 Lewis Hamilton 92
6 Nico Rosberg 76
7 Jenson Button 68
8 Romain Grosjean 61
9 Sergio Pérez 47
10 Kamui Kobayashi 33
11 Pastor Maldonado 29
12 Michael Schumacher 29
13 Paul di Resta 27
14 Felipe Massa 23
15 Nico Hülkenberg 19
16 Bruno Senna 18
17 Jean-Éric Vergne 4
18 Daniel Ricciardo 2
19 Heikki Kovalainen 0
20 Vitaly Petrov 0
21 Timo Glock 0
22 Charles Pic 0
23 Narain Karthikeyan 0
24 Pedro de la Rosa 0
Constructors' World Championship
Pos. Team Pts
1 Red Bull-Renault 230
2 Ferrari 177
3 McLaren-Mercedes 160
4 Lotus-Renault 159
5 Mercedes 105
6 Sauber-Ferrari 80
7 Williams-Renault 47
8 Force India-Mercedes 46
9 Toro Rosso-Ferrari 6
10 Caterham-Renault 0
11 Marussia-Cosworth 0
12 HRT-Cosworth 0

Notes

V T E 2012 Formula One Season
Teams Red Bull | McLaren | Ferrari | Mercedes | Lotus | Force India | Sauber | Toro Rosso | Williams | Caterham | HRT | Marussia
Engines Renault | Mercedes | Ferrari | Cosworth
Race Drivers Vettel | 2 Webber | 3 Button | 4 Hamilton | 5 Alonso | 6 Massa | 7 Schumacher | 8 Rosberg | 9 Räikkönen | 10 Grosjean | 10 D'Ambrosio | 11 Di Resta | 12 Hülkenberg | 14 Kobayashi | 15 Pérez | 16 Ricciardo | 17 Vergne | 18 Maldonado | 19 Senna | 20 Kovalainen | 21 Petrov | 22 De la Rosa | 23 Karthikeyan | 24 Glock | 25 Pic
Other Drivers Buemi | Paffett | Turvey | Rigon | Bird | Bianchi | Daly | Gutiérrez | Bottas | Wolff | Van der Garde | Rossi | González | Clos | Luizzi | de Villota | Chilton
Cars RB8 | MP4-27 | F2012 | F1 W03 | E20 | VJM05 | C31 | STR7 | FW34 | CT01 | F112 | MR01
Tyres Pirelli
Races Australia | Malaysia | China | Bahrain | Spain | Monaco | Canada | Europe | Britain | Germany | Hungary | Belgium | Italy | Singapore | Japan | Korea | India | Abu Dhabi | United States | Brazil
Team Reports Red Bull | McLaren | Ferrari | Mercedes | Lotus | Force India | Sauber | Toro Rosso | Williams | Caterham | HRT | Marussia
Driver Reports Vettel | Webber | Button | Hamilton | Alonso | Massa | Schumacher | Rosberg | Räikkönen | Grosjean | di Resta | Hülkenberg | Kobayashi | Pérez | Ricciardo | Vergne | Maldonado | Senna | Kovalainen | Petrov | de la Rosa | Karthikeyan | Karthikeyan | Glock | Pic
Tests Jerez | Barcelona 1 | Barcelona 2 | Mugello | Young Driver
See also 2011 Formula One Season | 2013 Formula One Season | Bahrain GP protests | Category
V T E Germany German Grand Prix
Circuits Nürburgring (1951–1954, 1956–1958, 1960–1969, 1970–1976, 1985, 2007–2013*), AVUS (1959), Hockenheimring (1970, 1977–1984, 1986–2006, 2007–2014*, 2016, 2018)
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