Cory Mackey secured his second victory of the year in front of Mercedes' home crowd ahead of his teammate for a Ferrari 1-2.
The Ferrari duo looked strong since Qualifying but Montero was also in the mix. The Argentinian driver led for 11 laps but on lap 49 his brakes gave up and was forced to retired. The Ferrari guys inherited the lead and during the last few laps we saw Ivan Georgiev having brake problems as well, this cost him the victory when he went off track at turn 13 handing out the race lead to his teammate.
With these results, Goergiev extended his lead in the Drivers Championship by 29 points over Montero. Meanwhile, in the Teams Championship, Ferrari secured 43 points against zero from the Germans. Ferrari now leads the championship by 96 points over Mercedes.
Here are the entire official results for the SRHF1 2019 German Grand Prix: