Grojean and Magnussen finished seventh and eighth respectively to score their first points since the Frenchman placed tenth at the Monaco Grand Prix. They benefitted from the penalties given to both Alfa Romeo drivers after originally placing ninth and tenth.
However, the Haas pair once again had a coming together on track which left Guenther Steiner far from happy. Grosjean reflected on the race at the Hockenheimring with mixed feelings.
“I’m very happy with the double points finish. It was obviously a bit of a crazy race," Grosjean told the Haas website.
"I don’t think we’ve quite sorted our race pace. When you see the midfield being in front of us and only the Williams behind.
"I’m happy to have a double points finish, but when you see a Toro Rosso on the podium, you wish you were there.
"With all the experience we have, we should be able. It’s just that the race pace on inters and slicks wasn’t good enough."