The 2018 Formula One season crosses the halfway stage this Sunday with the German Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton trails title rival Sebastian Vettel by eight points, after the German won his fourth race of the season at Silverstone.
A home win for Vettel?
The Red Bulls were off the pace last time out, but they should be closer to the front in Germany.
The unknown suits Ferrari
A lack of fan interest and rising host costs have seen the German Grand Prix come and go in recent years.
The last race was held in 2016, and this season’s cars are vastly changed since then. It means the teams won’t know as much as they usually do about track characteristics and tyre performance.
That combination could see things edge Ferrari’s way. The Italian outfit’s car is kinder on its tyres, and boasts a wider operating window than the temperamental Mercedes.
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