The advent of the Germans in the Grand Prix Formula 1 is so obvious that the jokes about it are going well. The best known is that of Max Mosley, former president of the International Automobile Federation (FIA). For Columbia, it is the Germans in Formula 1 as buses in London: “We are waiting an eternity before you get a view and all of a sudden he comes four at a time.”.
The good word is a little dated, and the number of German pilots continued to increase. In 2010, there were seven Germans on the grid, in 2012 there were five: Sebastian Vettel, Michael Schumacher, Nico Rosberg, Nico Hulkenberg and Timo Glock. When the 2013 season begins in March in Melbourne, they might still be too many: while Schumacher ends for the second time in his career, but many skills are there to take over.
Formula 1 and Germany, this is a unique story. On the one hand, the most beautiful racing cars of the other countries where the car is king.