Follow the German Grand Prix live with Richland F1
The legendary Nurburgring welcomes Formula One for the German Grand Prix this weekend, posing a stiff challenge to the drivers and teams alike as they look to maximise their pace on the new Pirelli tyres. Lewis Hamilton may have stormed to pole position in qualifying yesterday, but the race is by no means a foregone conclusion as Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber loom large in his mirrors, whilst Ferrari’s alternative strategy may promote them into the running for the win.
Throughout the race, Richland F1 will be providing live commentary via its Twitter account. You can follow @RichlandF1 here.
For viewers in the UK, Sky Sports F1 will be showing the race live, and their coverage begins at 11:30. The BBC will be showing highlights later in the evening on BBC One.
The race promises to be a thrilling one, so be sure to keep up to date with all of the action with Richland F1.
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