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Warwick to be Hockenheim driver steward

Ex-Toleman, Renault, Brabham, Arrows and Lotus driver Derek Warwick to take up stewards' role for fifth time at Hockenheim

BRDC president Derek Warwick is to act as the FIA's driver steward at the German Grand Prix.

Warwick, who was the World Sportscar champion in 1992 and who competed in F1 between 1981-1993 - racing in 146 grand's prix during spells with Toleman, Renault, Brabham, Arrows and Lotus, scoring 71 points in total and achieving four podiums and two fastest laps, will be making his first appearance of the season as an FIA steward.

He previously fulfilled the role in Turkey and Abu Dhabi last year, as well as in Spain and Hungary in 2010.



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