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europe.gif (4777 bytes)Europe, Nurburgring (GER) - June 22nd - 24th - 2001

About the European GP

Germany’s ‘other race’ is now featuring as a regular race on the calendar, and normally the event produces an interesting spectacle. Atmosphere pumps with enthusiastic Schumacher-loving Germans shooting their fireworks and flying their flags, and the weather, despite normally being unfavourable, fails to dampen their spirit. The circuit is another modern safety layout that hardly reminds purists of the original, legendary Nurburgring, but drivers seem to be happy with it. In the past few years the event has been scene of some incident-filled races particularly the 1999 event when Johnny Herbert ended up the unlikely winner after the top guns fell prey to difficult conditions.

Set up

Medium Downforce settings. The circuit contains a blend of fast straights and high speed corners with a lot of understeer, meaning that soft front springs are required and a lot of front wing.

The track

The Nurburgring GP Track
4,556 km , New Nurburgring

Pole Position 2000
David Coulthard - McLaren

2000 winner
Michael Schumacher - Ferrari


Friday June 22nd

11.00-12.00 and 13.00-14.00
Free practice
Saturday June 23rd 09.00-09.45 and 10.15-11.00
Free practice
Qualifying - 12 laps allowed per driver
Sunday June 24th 09.30-10.00 Warm-up
    14.00 European GP
67 laps
   All times are local - GMT +01.00

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