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German Grand Prix: PICTORIAL REVIEW

A look back in pictures at last weekend's 2013 F1 German Grand Prix, where Sebastian Vettel was able to break his home duck to win at the Nuburgring...
With so many great pictures appearing on Crash.net over an F1 weekend it can be hard to keep track.

So, here we bring you ten pictures that sum up the 2013 F1 German Grand Prix, where Sebastian Vettel was able to celebrate his first victory on home soil to strengthen his championship lead.

Enjoy...

Lewis Hamilton starts from pole but the Mercedes man doesn't get away well and it's soon Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber in a Red Bull 1-2…
Felipe Massa becomes the first retirement of the race with a lurid spin at turn one. With his Ferrari stalled, he's going nowhere…
Vettel pits on lap eight and is followed in a lap later by Webber. However, the Australian is released with a loose wheel which comes away from his car and strikes a cameraman – leaving him with a broken collarbone and broken ribs…
Romain Grosjean makes his first set of soft tyres go longer than his rivals to bring himself right into contention at the front, re-joining second behind Vettel after his first stop…
As Grosjean chases down the leader, there is drama elsewhere as Jules Bianchi's Marussia expires in a cloud of smoke. After a brief flash fire, the car sets of backwards by itself across the circuit – luckily without collecting any of the cars on track….
The Safety Car is deployed and the complexion of the race changes as a number of drivers – including Vettel, Grosjean and Kimi Raikkonen – dive into the pits…
Vettel leads the Lotus pair until Grosjean dives in to pits, with the defending champion following a lap later as Red Bull moves to covers its rivals…
Raikkonen stays out but with ten laps to go, he comes in from the lead for soft tyres…
Despite a charge from Raikkonen, he falls a lap short of being able to pass Vettel as the German wins his home race for the first time ahead of Raikkonen and Grosjean…
Fernando Alonso takes the flag in fourth while a last lap move sees Hamilton take fifth from fellow Briton Jenson Button, although it's been a tough race for the polesitter as Mercedes was unable to match its qualifying pace on race day.


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You can also look at all the images from the weekend, covering every single session and lots, lots more - including some of the hottest grid girls around - HERE.




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07.07.2013-  Race, Start of the race
07.07.2013-  Race, Felipe Massa (BRA) Scuderia Ferrari F138 retires from the race
07.07.2013-  Race, Sebastian Vettel (GER) Red Bull Racing RB9 leads Romain Grosjean (FRA) Lotus F1 Team E21
07.07.2013-  Race, Jules Bianchi (FRA) Marussia F1 Team MR02
07.07.2013-  Race, The Safety car on the track
05.07.2013- Free Practice 2, Sebastian Vettel (GER) Red Bull Racing RB9
05.07.2013- Free Practice 1, Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Lotus F1 Team E21
07.07.2013-  Race, Sebastian Vettel (GER) Red Bull Racing RB9 race winner
07.07.2013-  Race, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W04 leads Pastor Maldonado (VEN) Williams F1 Team FW35

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