There will be no German Grand Prix this year, Hockenheim circuit boss Georg Seiler said on Tuesday in a decision that ended months of uncertainty over the country's Formula One race. "We have no hope any more of having a Formula One race here (this year)," Seiler told Bild newspaper. "We did everything in the last few years to keep the fans happy." Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone had kept the door ajar but Seiler said time had run out because "quality would now suffer" if they went ahead with the 10th round of the championship. "We had declared ourselves willing to step in for Nuerburgring, something we were contractually not obliged to do," he said. Click here to read full news..