Rewatching the 2019 Formula 1 German Grand Prix

Channel Klaxon’s Jonathan Simon and McLaren’s Operations Engineer George Simmons recap the thrilling 2019 Formula 1 German Grand Prix, talking George’s experience at McLaren race control, the challenge of predicting Germany’s wet weather, Carlos Sainz’s personal weather man, Mercedes historic dress up and celebration, the safety car to standing start, whether we should fine teams for race impacting errors, Hockenheim’s slippery drag strip, Charles Leclerc / Lewis Hamilton crashes, the Virtual Safety Car (VSC) in F1, Nico Hülkenberg’s crash, Mercedes’ late spins on a drying track, Pierre Gasly’s crash with Alex Albon, Daniil Kvyat’s annoying podium partners, where this grand prix ranks amongst Formula 1’s greatest races, and Sebastian Vettel’s fastest lap bonus in his Red Bull Racing contract. #f1 #formula1 #sports

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Timeline:

0:00 Intro
2:08 George’s experience at McLaren race control — the challenge of predicting Germany’s wet weather
4:54 Carlos Sainz’s personal weather man
7:24 Mercedes historic dress up and celebration
9:49 The safety car to standing start
11:46 Should we fine teams for race impacting errors?
18:58 Hockenheim’s slippery drag strip
25:15 Charles Leclerc / Lewis Hamilton crashes
35:25 Virtual Safety Car (VSC) in F1
39:10 Nico Hülkenberg’s crash
43:25 Mercedes’ late spins on a drying track – and Pierre Gasly’s crash with Alex Albon
49:42 Daniil Kvyat’s annoying podium partners
55:13 Where does this grand prix rank amongst Formula 1’s greatest races?
56:38 Sebastian Vettel’s fastest lap bonus in his Red Bull Racing contract