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Last Updated: Sunday, 30 July 2006, 11:00 GMT 12:00 UK
German Grand Prix photos

Kimi Raikkonen leads into the first corner

McLaren's Kimi Raikkonen takes full advantage of his pole position to lead into the first corner at Hockenheim

Michael Schumacher is followed by Felipe Massa, Giancarlo Fisichella, Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button

Michael Schumacher holds second while Fernando Alonso (left) leaps down the inside of Jenson Button into fifth

Kimi Raikkonen (foreground) leads from Michael Schumacher

Raikkonen starts to pull away from Schumacher, but a poor 15-second pit stop on lap 10 drops him down the field

Michael Schumacher leads from Felipe Massa

The Ferraris of Schumacher and Felipe Massa are roaring away, opening up a 20-second lead over Mark Webber

Fernando Alonso

And with 26 laps completed Alonso is languishing in eighth - his 17-point world championship lead is not looking so big now

Jenson Button

Button is fighting hard for a podium finish and overtakes Webber to move into third place with a dozen laps remaining

Kimi Raikkonen seals third place at Hockenheim

But the British driver's hopes are dashed by Raikkonen who finds a way past a couple of laps later to take third

Michael Schumacher takes the congratulations of his Ferrari mechanics after winning the German Grand Prix

Nobody can come close to Ferrari's domination though and Schumacher takes the chequered flag ahead of Massa

Michael Schumacher celebrates victory in Germany

It is Schumacher's third win on the spin, his fourth at Hockenheim, and his 89th career victory

Fernando Alonso faces the music after finishing fifth at Hockenheim

Alonso manages to finish fifth but he has much to think about as his lead in the standings is slashed to 11 points

Michael Schumacher (left) and Felipe Massa celebrate their one-two finish

Schumacher now knows that victories in each of the last six races of the season will see him crowned world champion



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