Defending champion Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull relegated to fifth position in the German Grand Prix. Vettel was punished because he was maneuvering to get through Button on the penultimate lap.

He overtook Button to push his car out of the track, which is considered by the supervisor race as illegal. This German Formula 1 driver received a penalty 20 seconds. According to the supervisor race, Vettel's car left the track and make a profit when he came back and it violates article 20.2 of the FIA Formula 1 regulations.

Vettel eventually relegated to fifth position from the starting position to finish second, 3.7 seconds behind the German Grand Prix champion, Fernando Alonso, Ferrari team. While the position of Kimi Raikkonen climbed to number three and Kamui Kobayashi was fourth.

The results of the German GP (after revision):
  1. Alonso, Ferrari
  2. Button, McLaren-Mercedes
  3. Raikkonen, Lotus-Renault
  4. Kobayashi, Sauber-Ferrari
  5. Vettel, Red Bull-Renault
  6. Perez, Sauber-Ferrari
  7. Schumacher, Mercedes
  8. Webber, Red Bull-Renault
  9. Hulkenberg, Force India-Mercedes
  10. Rosberg, Mercedes
  11. Di Resta, Force India-Mercedes
  12. Ricciardo, Toro Rosso-Ferrari
  13. Massa, Ferrari
  14. Vergne, Toro Rosso-Ferrari
  15. Maldonado, Williams-Renault
  16. Petrov, Caterham-Renault
  17. Senna, Williams-Renault
  18. Grosjean, Lotus-Renault
  19. Kovalainen, Caterham-Renault
  20. Pic, Marussia-Cosworth
  21. De la Rosa, HRT-Cosworth
  22. Glock, Marussia-Cosworth
  23. Karthikeyan, HRT-Cosworth

Not classified/retirements:
  1. Hamilton, McLaren-Mercedes

World Championship standings round 10:

Drivers:
  1. Alonso, 154
  2. Webber, 120
  3. Vettel, 110
  4. Raikkonen, 98
  5. Hamilton, 92
  6. Rosberg, 76
  7. Button, 68
  8. Grosjean, 61
  9. Perez, 47
  10. Kobayashi, 33
  11. Maldonado, 29
  12. Schumacher, 29
  13. Di Resta, 27
  14. Massa, 23
  15. Hulkenberg, 19
  16. Senna, 18
  17. Vergne, 4
  18. Ricciardo, 2

Constructors:
  1. Red Bull-Renault, 230
  2. Ferrari, 177
  3. McLaren-Mercedes, 160
  4. Lotus-Renault, 159
  5. Mercedes, 105
  6. Sauber-Ferrari, 80
  7. Williams-Renault, 47
  8. Force India-Mercedes, 46
  9. Toro Rosso-Ferrari, 6

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