German Grand Prix

German Grand Prix

German Formula 1 Grand Prix 2019

Constructed in 1932, Hockenheimring was originally designed to be a test track for Mercedes cars in preparation for the Tripoli Grand Prix. After some track modifications from the original 12km Triangular Track, or 'Dreieckskurs', in the 1960s, the first F1 race was held in 1970.

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German Grand Prix

German Formula 1 Grand Prix 2019

Hockenheim dates all the way back to 1932, when it was created by Mercedes as a test track for their cars, in particular to fettle them for the Tripoli Grand Prix. The original track was an enormous 12km triangular affair – in fact it was called the ‘Dreieckskurs’, or 'Triangle Track' – that speared off to the outskirts of nearby Oftersheim before looping back via the current B291.

German Grand Prix

Race Day 

Hockenheim is one of motor racing’s most storied tracks. It was here that Jim Clark lost his life in a 1968 Formula 2 race, and it’s well worth the trek into the forest to find the modest memorial to the Scotsman. But Hockenheim also has an electric atmosphere, and when the cars bolt into the Motodrom stadium section, the feeling is full-on gladiatorial.

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