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Nürburgring layout & records

Nurburgring Circuit Details
Location: Germany, Nürburg
Race: German Grand Prix
Used Since: 1951
Type: Closed Circuit
Lap Dist.: 5,148 km

Lap Record

Lap Record: 1:29.468 min
Date: 30 May 2004
F1 Driver: Michael Schumacher
F1 Car: Ferrari F2004
Speed: 226,934 km/h

Pole Record

Record Pole: 1:18.233 min
Date: 29 May 2004
F1 Driver: Kimi Räikkönen
F1 Car: McLaren MP4-19B
Speed: 228,553 km/h

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Nürburgring Circuit: three corners in detail

Castrol-S
After the long run from the start finish line to the first corner, the Castrol-S, drivers brake hard and shift into second gear for the hairpin. The hairpin sees the revs drop very low here: just 9,500rpm, the lowest revs seen on this circuit, before going straight into the Mercedes-Arena; a second to third gear complex taken with an average speed of around 100kph. Through this section the engine needs to have good braking control on the entry to corners and good traction on the exit.

Turns 8 & 9
After the hairpin of turn 7, taken in second gear at just 10,500rpm, the driver accelerates hard to turn 8. With only a short straight before the corner he does not have time to reach maximum speed, but will be ‘flat out’, with the accelerator pedal at full travel, by the time he takes the corner in sixth at 250kph. The loads travelling through the car will still be huge even with the relatively low speed; the driver will pull around 3.5g through this section. As a result the internals and fluids within the engine will also need to withstand this increased g-force.

NGK Schikane

NGK Schikane

Turn 13 & 14 (NGK Schikane)
Sector three is the shortest section in time on the track, taking just 24secs to complete. In fact only the chicane and the fast right hander back onto the pit straight break up the constant period of acceleration. The chicane is the slowest corner in sector three, and one of the hardest stops anywhere on the track. F1 Drivers approach at over 300kph with DRS open, braking to second gear and just 90kph for turn in. The driver will just blip the throttle between the kerbs and then accelerate back through the gears to the final corner. In the data this big stop is seen very clearly, with an abrupt descent from close to 18,000rpm to a little over 10,000rpm.

Previous F1 GP Winners on Nurburgring Circuit

Year Race Date Driver Team Laps
2013 2013 German F1 GP result 7 July 1st Germany Sebastian Vettel
2nd Finland Kimi Räikkönen
3rd France Romain Grosjean
Austria Red Bull
United Kingdom Lotus F1
United Kingdom Lotus F1
60
60
60
2011 2011 German Grand Prix result 24 July 1st United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
2nd Spain Fernando Alonso
3rd Australia Mark Webber
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Ferrari
Austria Red Bull
60
60
60
2009 2009 German Grand Prix result 12 July 1st Australia Mark Webber
2nd Germany Sebastian Vettel
3rd Brazil Felipe Massa
Austria Red Bull
Austria Red Bull
Italy Ferrari
60
60
60
2007 2007 European Grand Prix result 22 July 1st Spain Fernando Alonso
2nd Brazil Felipe Massa
3rd Australia Mark Webber
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Ferrari
Austria Red Bull
60
60
60
2006 2006 European Grand Prix result 7 May 1st Germany Michael Schumacher
2nd Spain Fernando Alonso
3rd Brazil Felipe Massa
Italy Ferrari
France Renault
Italy Ferrari
60
60
60
2005 2005 European Grand Prix result 29 May 1st Spain Fernando Alonso
2nd Germany Nick Heidfeld
3rd Brazil Rubens Barrichello
France Renault
United Kingdom Williams
Italy Ferrari
59
59
59
2004 2004 European Grand Prix result 30 May 1st Germany Michael Schumacher
2nd Brazil Rubens Barrichello
3rd United Kingdom Jenson Button
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom BAR
60
60
60
2003 2003 European Grand Prix result 29 June 1st Germany Ralf Schumacher
2nd Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya
3rd Brazil Rubens Barrichello
United Kingdom Williams
United Kingdom Williams
Italy Ferrari
60
60
60
2002 2002 European Grand Prix result 23 June 1st Brazil Rubens Barrichello
2nd Germany Michael Schumacher
3rd Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom McLaren
60
60
60
2001 2001 European Grand Prix result 24 June 1st Germany Michael Schumacher
2nd Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya
3rd United Kingdom David Coulthard
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Williams
United Kingdom McLaren
67
67
67
2000 2000 European Grand Prix result 21 May 1st Germany Michael Schumacher
2nd Finland Mika Häkkinen
3rd United Kingdom David Coulthard
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom McLaren
United Kingdom McLaren
67
67
66
1999 1999 European Grand Prix result 26 September 1st United Kingdom Johnny Herbert
2nd Italy Jarno Trulli
3rd Brazil Rubens Barrichello
United Kingdom Stewart
France Prost
United Kingdom Stewart
66
66
66
1998 1998 Luxembourg Grand Prix result September 27 1st Finland Mika Häkkinen
2nd Germany Michael Schumacher
3rd United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom McLaren
67
67
67
1997 1997 Luxembourg Grand Prix result 28 September 1st Canada Jacques Villeneuve
2nd France Jean Alesi
3rd Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen
United Kingdom Williams
Italy Benetton
United Kingdom Williams
67
67
67
1996 1996 European Grand Prix result 28 April 1st Canada Jacques Villeneuve
2nd Germany Michael Schumacher
3rd United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom Williams
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom McLaren
67
67
67
1995 1995 European Grand Prix result 1 October 1st Germany Michael Schumacher
2nd France Jean Alesi
3rd United Kingdom David Coulthard
Italy Benetton
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Williams
67
67
67
1985 1985 German Grand Prix result August 4 1st Italy Michele Alboreto
2nd France Alain Prost
3rd France Jacques Laffite
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom McLaren
France Ligier
67
67
67
1984 1984 European Grand Prix result October 7 1st France Alain Prost
2nd Italy Michele Alboreto
3rd Brazil Nelson Piquet
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Brabham
67
67
67
1976 1976 German Grand Prix result August 1 1st United Kingdom James Hunt
2nd South Africa Jody Scheckter
3rd Germany Jochen Mass
United Kingdom McLaren
United Kingdom Tyrrell
United Kingdom McLaren
14
14
14
1975 1975 German Grand Prix result August 3 1st Argentina Carlos Reutemann
2nd France Jacques Laffite
3rd Austria Niki Lauda
United Kingdom Brabham
United Kingdom Williams
Italy Ferrari
14
14
14
1974 1974 German Grand Prix result August 4 1st Switzerland Clay Regazzoni
2nd South Africa Jody Scheckter
3rd Argentina Carlos Reutemann
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Tyrrell
United Kingdom Brabham
14
14
14
1973 1973 German Grand Prix result August 5 1st United Kingdom Jackie Stewart
2nd France François Cevert
3rd Belgium Jacky Ickx
United Kingdom Tyrrell
United Kingdom Tyrrell
United Kingdom McLaren
14
14
14
1972 1972 German Grand Prix result July 30 1st Belgium Jacky Ickx
2nd Switzerland Clay Regazzoni
3rd Sweden Ronnie Peterson
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom March
14
14
14
1971 1971 German Grand Prix result August 1 1st United Kingdom Jackie Stewart
2nd France François Cevert
3rd Switzerland Clay Regazzoni
United Kingdom Tyrrell
United Kingdom Tyrrell
Italy Ferrari
12
12
12
1969 1969 German Grand Prix result August 3 1st Belgium Jacky Ickx
2nd United Kingdom Jackie Stewart
3rd New Zealand Bruce McLaren
United Kingdom Brabham
France Matra
United Kingdom McLaren
14
14
14
1968 1968 German Grand Prix result August 4 1st United Kingdom Jackie Stewart
2nd United Kingdom Graham Hill
3rd Austria Jochen Rindt
France Matra
United Kingdom Lotus
United Kingdom Brabham
14
14
14
1967 1967 German Grand Prix result August 6 1st New Zealand Denny Hulme
2nd Australia Jack Brabham
3rd New Zealand Chris Amon
United Kingdom Brabham
United Kingdom Brabham
Italy Ferrari
15
15
15
1966 1966 German Grand Prix result August 7 1st Australia Jack Brabham
2nd United Kingdom John Surtees
3rd Austria Jochen Rindt
United Kingdom Brabham
United Kingdom Cooper-Climax
United Kingdom Cooper-Climax
15
15
15
1965 1965 German Grand Prix result August 1 1st United Kingdom Jim Clark
2nd United Kingdom Graham Hill
3rd United States Dan Gurney
United Kingdom Lotus
United Kingdom BRM
United Kingdom Brabham
15
15
15
1964 1964 German Grand Prix result August 2 1st United Kingdom John Surtees
2nd United Kingdom Graham Hill
3rd Italy Lorenzo Bandini
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom BRM
Italy Ferrari
15
15
15
1963 1963 German Grand Prix result August 4 1st United Kingdom John Surtees
2nd United Kingdom Jim Clark
3rd United States Richie Ginther
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Lotus
United Kingdom BRM
15
15
15
1962 1962 German Grand Prix result August 5 1st United Kingdom Graham Hill
2nd United Kingdom John Surtees
3rd United States Dan Gurney
United Kingdom BRM
United Kingdom Lola
Germany Porsche
15
15
15
1961 1961 German Grand Prix result August 6 1st United Kingdom Stirling Moss
2nd Germany Wolfgang von Trips
3rd United States Phil Hill
United Kingdom Lotus
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
15
15
15
1958 1958 German Grand Prix result August 3 1st United Kingdom Tony Brooks
2nd United Kingdom Roy Salvadori
3rd France Maurice Trintignant
United Kingdom Vanwall
United Kingdom Cooper-Climax
United Kingdom Cooper-Climax
15
15
15
1957 1957 German Grand Prix result August 4 1st Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio
2nd United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn
3rd United Kingdom Peter Collins
Italy Maserati
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
22
22
22
1956 1956 German Grand Prix result August 5 1st Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio
2nd United Kingdom Stirling Moss
3rd France Jean Behra
Italy Ferrari
Italy Maserati
Italy Maserati
22
22
22
1954 1954 German Grand Prix result August 1 1st Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio
2nd United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn
3rd France Maurice Trintignant
Germany Mercedes
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
22
22
22
1953 1953 German Grand Prix result August 2 1st Italy Nino Farina
2nd Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio
3rd United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn
Italy Ferrari
Italy Maserati
Italy Ferrari
18
18
18
1952 1952 German Grand Prix result August 3 1st Italy Alberto Ascari
2nd Italy Nino Farina
3rd Switzerland Rudi Fischer
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
18
18
18
1951 1951 German Grand Prix result July 29 1st Italy Alberto Ascari
2nd Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio
3rd Argentina José Froilán González
Italy Ferrari
Italy Alfa Romeo
Italy Ferrari
20
20
20

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