German GP, Hockenheim, July 28, 2019

German GP F1 2018 circuit map three DRS zones Photo FIA MAXF1net

Races 63 (1951 – 2018, Hockenheim 36, Nürburgring 26, Berlin 1)
Laps 67
Lap lenght 4574 m
Race distance 306.458 km
Record race lap 1:13.780 (Kimi Räikkönen, McLaren MP4-19B, 2004)
Record lap  1:11.212 (Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari SF71H, Q3, 2018)
Results 2014. 2016. 2018.

RECORDS (after 2018 race)

  Drivers Constructors Engine makes
Wins M.Schumacher i L.Hamilton(4) Ferrari (21) Ferrari (21)
Pole positions Jim Clark i Jacky Ickx (4) Ferrari (20) Ferrari (20)
Fastest laps Michael Schumacher (5) Ferrari (17) Ferrari (17)
Podium places Michael Schumacher (7) Ferrari (52) Ferrari (52)
Front row Jackie Stewart i Alain Prost (7) Ferrari (46) Ferrari (46)
Races led Piquet, Senna, Prost i Alonso (6) Ferrari (30) Ferrari (30)
Laps led Juan Manuel Fangio (1391) Ferrari (7097) Ferrari (7097)
Points Lewis Hamilton (122) Ferrari (524) Ferrari (559)
NOTE: Number of laps, lap lenght and record laps refer to newest track configuration, other data includes all German GPs


1st free practice Fri 11:00
2nd free practice Fri 15:00
3rd free practice Sat 12:00
Qualifying Sat 15:00
Race Sun 15:10
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rudolf-caracciola-wins-german-gp-1926-AVUS-berlin-mercedes-monza Foto German Federal Archive
German Rudolf Caracciola in Mercedesu celebrates victory in 1926 German GP held at AVUS (7 July, 1926) Photo: German Federal Archive
alberto-ascari-ferrari-500-german-gp-nurburgring-f1-1952 Foto cochesclasicosdehoy
Alberto Ascari, Ferrari 500, 1952 German GP at Nurburgring (3 August, 1952) Photo: cochesclasicosdehoy
Fangio (46) drove a race of his life on Nurburgring 1957 (4 August, 1957) Photo: itsawheelthing
peter-collins-last-victory-ferrari-great-britain-gp-silverstone-f1-1958 foto imgur
Peter Collins won his last GP, the 1958 British GP, two weeks before his fatal accident at Nurburgring (19 July, 1958) Photo: imgur
german-gp-1959-avus-berlin-north-corner-43-degrees-banking Foto reddit
German GP in 1959 was held at AVUS circuit with huge banked North corner (pictured) (2 August, 1959) Photo: reddit
Jim Clark won his sixth consecutive F1 race at Nurburgring 1965 and his last, eight career Grand Chelem (win, pole, fastest lap and leading every lap) (1 August, 1965) Photo: itsawheelthing
ackie-stewart-matra-ms10-ford-german-gp-nurburgring-f1-1968 Foto epic formula1 blogspot
Jackie Stewart dominated the 1968 German GP at wet Nurburgring and won with more than four minute advantage (4 August, 1968) Photo: epic formula1 blogspot
Six time Le Mans winner Jacky Ickx achieved his most convincing F1 victory at Nurburgring in 1972 (30 July, 1972) Photo: itsawheelthing
Niki Lauda flies through Flugplatz at Nurburgringu in 1975 when he smashed pole position record and set time 6m58.6s (2 August, 1975) Photo: primotipo
niki-lauda-ferrari-312t2-german-gp-nurburgring-f1-1976 Foto safetycast
Lauda arrived in Germany in 1976 with more than double amount of points than his closest rival, but he almost lost his life in horrible accident (1 August, 1976) Photo: safetycast
Start of the 1979 German GP at Hockenheim (29 July, 1979) Photo: Williams
Start of the 1985 German GP on new Nurburgring GP circuit (4 August, 1985) Photo: Williams
ayrton-senna-mclaren-honda-mp4-5-german-gp-hockenheim-f1-1989 Foto itsawheelthing
Ayrton Senna on his way to second cosecutive German GP victory after big battle with his team mate Alain Prost (30 July, 1989) Photo: itsawheelthing
Alain Prost won his 51st and last F1 race in 1993 German GP driving dominant Williams Renault FW15C (25 July, 1993) Photo: itsawheelthing
Michael Schumacher celebrates his first home F1 victory at Hockenheim (30 July, 1995) Photo: itsawheelthing
mika-hakkinen-mclaren-mercedes-mp4-13-german-gp-hockenheim-f1-1998 Foto West McLaren Mercedes
Mika Hakkinen led David Coulthard in a McLaren Mercedes 1-2 at their home race at Hockenheim (2 August, 1998) Photo: West McLaren Mercedes
Barrichello was emotional after his rollercoaster first victory at Hockenheim where he beat two McLarens after Michael Schumacher crashed at the start (30 July, 2000) Photo: reddit
BMW Williams drivers locked out the front row in 2001 German GP – Ralf won from second place after Montoya retired with a blown engine (29 July, 2001) Photo: Williams
german-gp-2003-hockenheim-start-crash-ralf-schumacher-raikkonen-barrichello foto reuters
Start of the 2003 German GP at Hockenheim where Ralf triggered three car crash that involved Raikkonen and Barrichello (3 August, 2003) Photo: Reuters
Schumacher and Massa celebrate a Ferrari 1-2 in Germany as they closed on Alonso and Renault (30 July, 2006) Photo: Ferrari
Massa led the 2010 German GP, but had to let Alonso through after team radio instructions. ‘Alonso is faster than you’ will be remembered for many years to come (25 July, 2010) Photo: Ferrari
Nico Rosberg became only third German driver to win his home race after Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel (20 July, 2014) Photo: Mercedes
Start of the German GP F1 2016 Foto f1fanatic
Start of the 2016 German GP (31 July, 2016) Photo: Daimler
Vettel German GP F1 2018 crash Photo F1
Vettel retires from the lead after crashing in the Sachs corner (22 July, 2018) Photo: F1