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Germany, Hockenheim - July 27th - 29th - 2001

About the German GP

The future of the German Grand Prix has been a much talked about subject over the past year, and organisers have planned extensive modifications to the track in a bid to keep it in place. The 6.8 ultra-fast layout will be vastly different for 2001, which could boost excitement and make it more of a challenge to drivers. Last year however the race was one of the most eventful in Grand Prix history, with drivers falling out of the race like flies, a track invasion by a crazed protestor, and a brilliant win by Rubens Barrichello in the wet on dry grooves.

Set up

Maximum power is the keyword at Hockenheim with its long straights, but drivers also need grip in the stadium section, which is slow and twisty. Downforce is still set to minimum settings.

The Track

The German GP Track
Track

6,823 km , Hockenheim

Pole Position 2000
David Coulthard - McLaren

2000 winner
Rubens Barrichello - Ferrari

Time-table


Friday July 27th

11.00-12.00 and 13.00-14.00
Free practice
Saturday July 28th 09.00-09.45 and 10.15-11.00
Free practice
    13.00-14.00
Qualifying - 12 laps allowed per driver
Sunday July 29th 09.30-10.00 Warm-up
    14.00 German GP
45 Laps  307.035 Km
   All times are local - GMT + 1:00



 
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