Formula 1

German Grand Prix

German
The original Nurburgring, the Nordschleife, ran for an awe-inspiring 22.5 kilometres (14 miles). It was so long and so complicated that drivers simply could not remember a racing line. The Nurburgring was, in fact, two circuits: the Nordschleife and the Sudschleife. In total they had an amazing 172 corners.
The track may not be as challenging as the old circuit, but it is still possible to take a trip down memory lane - literally. For just a few euros one can take a car onto the old track and soak up what was one of the most feared and yet respected circuits in the history of motorsport.
Race Track Details
Creation date
1970
First F1 GP
02/08/1970
Grand Prix held
31
Spectactor capacity
around 100000
Organiser
DMSB
Nurburgring
Nurburgring
Address
Hockenheim-Ring
Motodrom
68766 Hockenheim
Germany
Telephone
(+49) 6205 9500
Fax
(+49) 6205 950299
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Nurburgring All Time Records
Track length
4.574 km
Number of laps
67 (306.458 Km)
Number of corners
12 (left:4) (right:8)
Top speed
330 Km/h
Start line offset
0 m
Downforce setup
mixte
Best lap
M. Schumacher - 1'29''468 (2004, Ferrari)
Record Pole
M. Schumacher - 1'28''351 (2004, Ferrari)
German Grand Prix Previous Winners
Year
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
Driver
Lewis Hamilton
Fernando Alonso
M. Schumacher
F. Alonso
M. Schumacher
J-P. Montoya
M. Schumacher
R. Schumacher
R. Barrichello
E. Irvine
M. Hakkinen
G. Berger
D. Hill
M. Schumacher
G. Berger
A. Prost
N. Mansell
N. Mansell
A. Senna
A. Senna
A. Senna
Team
McLaren-Mercedes
McLaren-Mercedes
Ferrari
Renault
Ferrari
Williams
Ferrari
Williams
Ferrari
Ferrari
McLaren
Benetton
Williams
Benetton
Ferrari
Williams
Williams
Williams
McLaren
McLaren
McLaren