Race
  Pos Driver Team Laps Pits
1 Alonso ESP Ferrari 67 1
2 Massa BRA Ferrari 67 1
3 Vettel FL GER Red Bull 67 1
4 Hamilton GBR McLaren 67 1
5 Button GBR McLaren 67 1
6 Webber AUS Red Bull 67 1
7 Kubica POL Renault 66 1
8 Rosberg GER Mercedes 66 1
9 Schumacher GER Mercedes 66 1
10 Petrov RUS Renault 66 1
11 Kobayashi JPN BMW Sauber 66 1
12 Barrichello BRA Williams 66 1
13 Hülkenberg GER Williams 66 1
14 de la Rosa ESP BMW Sauber 66 2
15 Alguersuari ESP Toro Rosso 66 2
16 Liuzzi ITA Force India 65 3
17 Sutil GER Force India 65 3
18 Glock GER Virgin 64 1
19 Senna BRA HRT 63 2
Retirement
Kovalainen FIN Team Lotus 56 2
di Grassi BRA Virgin 50 1
Yamamoto JPN HRT 19 1
Trulli ITA Team Lotus 3 2
Buemi SUI Toro Rosso 1 1

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Massa barely gives Alonso a hug as they get out the car.

Vettel is on the podium at his home race and set the fastest lap of the race after finding a bit of clear air behind Massa.

Thank you for joining us for the race today. There will be plenty of reaction on the site this evening so make sure you keep checking back for stories from all the top drivers. Also, don't forget that it is just a week before the next race at the Hungaroring, I hope you can join us. It's very cold between the two Ferrari drivers as they get ready to go on the podium.

Lap 67

Alonso crosses the line to win in Germany, his second victory of the season and Massa makes it a second one-two.

Vettel takes third and Hamilton fourth ahead of Button and Webber.

Alonso asks if Massa was ok and sounds very subdued over the radio.

Rob Smedley tells Massa he did a very good job and that he was very magnanimous in defeat.

Paul says: "Ferrari. Are we stupid. Did you understand that message. Team orders are banned. Massa was doing the job. Disgusted!"

And Alonso starts his final lap. Massa is 4.2 seconds behind.

Lap 66

And Vettel is now backing off a tad as the gap between second and third increases to 1.4 seconds.

Lap 65

But as Massa crosses the line again he extends his lead to 1.1 seconds with just three laps remaining.

Meanwhile Webber is still circulating despite his low oil levels and is comfortably ahead of Kubica.

Lap 64

Hamilton is told he no longer has to save fuel and Button is now 1.2 seconds behind in the battle of the McLarens.

Vettel is back within a second of Massa.

Lap 63

Vettel is struggling for grip behind Massa and drops 0.2 seconds on that last lap. That was because he hit the brakes a little late into the hairpin and then had to dodge a bit of debris.

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  • Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa in the post-race press conference, German Grand Prix, Hockenheim, July 25, 2010 Jenson Button wears a T-shirt printed for him by Rubens Barrichello, German Grand Prix, Hockenheim, July 25, 2010 Fernando Alonso feels the strain, German Grand Prix, Hockenheim, July 25, 2010 Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso in the post-race press conference, German Grand Prix, Hockenheim, July 25, 2010
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