Complete Guide to 2013 German GP
The Nürburgring is a world-famous circuit with a historical past and great significance to both Grand Prix racing as well as car manufacturing. It is often the benchmark used to assess and tune suspension and handling for road going cars and super cars alike. So to for F1 racing where both car and driver are tested. It is both tight and twisty in some low-speed sections and seriously fast in various other sectors of the circuit which makes setup a difficult compromise for engineers.
The racing circuit has more configurations than Bernie’s got stories. Recently, the future of the circuit has been in doubt as it may be in some financial difficulties.
GP Name: FORMULA 1 GROSSER PREIS SANTANDER VON DEUTSCHLAND 2013
CIRCUIT : Nürburgring
- Length of lap: 5.148km
- Lap record: 1:29.468 (Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 2004)
- Number of laps: 60
- Total race distance: 308.623km
- Pit lane speed limits: 60km/h during practice, 100km/h during qualifying and the race.
- 2012 Winner: Fernando Alonso (Ferrari 67 Laps, Time: 1:31:05.862)
- Tyre selection: Pirelli P-Zero Soft (yellow) and Medium (white) with new Kevlar belt construction
- Between turns 11 and 13 (TheNGK Chicane) with a detection point 45m before turn 10 and an activation point 55m after turn 11.
- On the start-finish straight with a detection point 40m before turn 15 and an activation point 135m after turn 15
- LARS ÖSTERLIND : FIA WORLD COUNCIL MEMBER; HONORARY PRESIDENT OF THE SWEDISH AUTOMOBILE SPORT FEDERATION
- RADOVAN NOVAK : SEC. GENERAL OF THE ACCR (AUTOCLUB OF THE CZECHREPUBLIC); WORLD MOTOR SPORT COUNCIL MEMBER
- EMANUELE PIRRO : FORMER F1 DRIVER AND FIVE-TIME LE MANS WINNER