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GP Week : Issue 186
Jean-Eric Vergne: Toro Rosso Vergne started a disappointing 10 spots behind teammate Daniel Ricciardo, lining up in 16th; only to suffer the embarrassment of being passed by the Caterham of Giedo van der Garde at the start, dropping to 18th. The Red Bull wannabe would eventually crawl back up to his initial starting position before a hydraulics failure ended his race on lap 22. Jules Bianchi: Marussia Bianchi was again seven-tenths faster than his nearest competition in the Caterham of Giedo van der Garde, but was jumped by the flying Dutchman before Turn One. The Frenchman spent the remainder of his short race chasing the tail of Valtteri Bottas’ Williams before a spectacular engine failure ended his afternoon in a puff of smoke. A park brake may have been useful when the stricken Marussia began rolling backwards down the track in the path of traffic. Luckily, the car came to a rest before any accidents resulted. Felipe Massa: Ferrari After out-qualifying teammate Fernando Alonso, Massa was looking for ward to putting to rest some of the bad luck that has plagued the Brazilian’s season since Malaysia. A decent start saw him vault past Ricciardo to take sixth place, but the elation was short-lived after a bizarre spin at Turn One under pressure from Alonso ended any hopes of a decent finish; the combination of a stuck fifth gear and a problem with the anti- stall forcing the Brazilian into retirement. Down and out at The Nurburgring 34 GPWEEK.com // 34 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: F1 >>> GERMANY