Formula 1 – European GP Preview


Two weeks after British GP comes the German race. Nurburgring and Hockenheim are alternating the race from this year. Hockenheim has the naming rights for German GP, so this year race in Germany is staged as European GP.

The best way to get the complete preview of the race is to watch this video from Christine from Sidepodcast.tv, it does not get better than that …


F1 Europe Preview
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Last year the race was won by Schumacher (who also won the proper Hockenheim German GP).

The 2005 European GP was memorable for Kimi Raikkonen’s crash from P1, just few laps from finish. His flatspotted tyre caused extreme vibrations. At the end his suspension let go and he crashed out, barely missing Button on his way to gravel…

In 1976, when the race was still run at the extreme Nordschleife track, Niki Lauda had his horrible crash here. Lap 2, tank full of fuel, broken rear suspension, recipe for disaster …

Following are the top 10 finishers in past 10 years at Nurburgring:

2006
1) Michael Schumacher – Ferrari – 1:35:58.765
2) Fernando Alonso – Renault +3.7 s
3) Felipe Massa – Ferrari +4.4 s
4) Kimi Räikkönen – McLaren-Mercedes +4.8 s
5) Rubens Barrichello – Honda +72.5 s
6) Giancarlo Fisichella – Renault +74.1 s
7) Nico Rosberg – Williams-Cosworth +74.5 s
8) Jacques Villeneuve – Sauber-BMW +89.3 s
9) Jarno Trulli – Toyota +1 Lap
10) Nick Heidfeld – Sauber-BMW +1 Lap

2005
1) Fernando Alonso – Renault – 1:31:46.648
2) Nick Heidfeld – Williams-BMW +16.5 s
3) Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari +18.5 s
4) David Coulthard – RBR-Cosworth +31.5 s
5) Michael Schumacher – Ferrari +50.4 s
6) Giancarlo Fisichella – Renault +51.9 s
7) Juan Pablo Montoya – McLaren-Mercedes +58.1 s
8) Jarno Trulli – Toyota +71.0 s
9) Vitantonio Liuzzi – RBR-Cosworth +71.5 s
10) Jenson Button – BAR-Honda +95.7 s

2004
1) Michael Schumacher – Ferrari – 1:32:35.101
2) Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari +17.9 s
3) Jenson Button – BAR-Honda +22.5 s
4) Jarno Trulli – Renault +53.6 s
5) Fernando Alonso – Renault +60.9 s
6) Giancarlo Fisichella – Sauber-Petronas +73.4 s
7) Mark Webber – Jaguar-Cosworth +76.2 s
8) Juan Pablo Montoya – Williams-BMW +1 Lap
9) Felipe Massa – Sauber-Petronas +1 Lap
10) Nick Heidfeld – Jordan-Ford +1 Lap

2003
1) Ralf Schumacher – Williams-BMW – 1:34:43.622
2) Juan Pablo Montoya – Williams-BMW +16.8 s
3) Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari +39.6 s
4) Fernando Alonso – Renault +65.7 s
5) Michael Schumacher – Ferrari +66.1 s
6) Mark Webber – Jaguar-Cosworth +1 Lap
7) Jenson Button – BAR-Honda +1 Lap
8) Nick Heidfeld – Sauber-Petronas +1 Lap
9) Heinz-Harald Frentzen – Sauber-Petronas +1 Lap
10) Antonio Pizzonia – Jaguar-Cosworth +1 Lap

2002
1) Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari – 1:35’07.426
2) Michael Schumacher – Ferrari +0.294s
3) Kimi Räikkönen – McLaren-Mercedes +46.435s
4) Ralf Schumacher – Williams-BMW +1’06.963s
5) Jenson Button – Renault +1’16.944s
6) Felipe Massa – Sauber-Petronas +1 Lap
7) Nick Heidfeld – Sauber-Petronas +1 Lap
8) Jarno Trulli – Renault +1 Lap
9) Olivier Panis – BAR-Honda +1 Lap
10) Pedro de la Rosa – Jaguar-Cosworth +1 Lap

2001
1) Michael Schumacher – Ferrari – 1:29’42.724
2) Juan Pablo Montoya – Williams-BMW +4.127
3) David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes +24.993
4) Ralf Schumacher – Williams-BMW +33.345
5) Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari +45.495
6) Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes +1’04.868
7) Eddie Irvine – Jaguar-Cosworth +1’06.198
8) Pedro de la Rosa – Jaguar-Cosworth +1 Lap
9) Jacques Villeneuve – BAR-Honda +1 Lap
10) Kimi Räikkönen – Sauber-Petronas +1 Lap

2000
1) Michael Schumacher – Ferrari – 1:42’00.307
2) Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes +13.822
3) David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes +1 Lap
4) Rubens Barrichello – Ferrari +1 Lap
5) Giancarlo Fisichella – Benetton-Playlife +1 Lap
6) Pedro de la Rosa – Arrows-Supertec +1 Lap
7) Pedro Diniz – Sauber-Petronas +2 Laps
8) Gaston Mazzacane – Minardi-Fondmetal +2 Laps
9) Jean Alesi – Prost-Peugeot +2 Laps
10) Jenson Button – Williams-BMW retired

1999
1) Johnny Herbert – Stewart-Ford – 1:41’54.314
2) Jarno Trulli – Prost-Peugeot +22.619
3) Rubens Barrichello – Stewart-Ford +22.866
4) Ralf Schumacher – Williams-Supertec +39.508
5) Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes +1’02.950
6) Marc Gene – Minardi-Ford +1’05.154
7) Eddie Irvine – Ferrari +1’06.683
8) Ricardo Zonta – BAR-Supertec +1 Lap
9) Olivier Panis – Prost-Peugeot +1 Lap
10) Jacques Villeneuve – BAR-Supertec – retired

1998 (Luxembourg GP)
1) Mika Hakkinen – McLaren-Mercedes – 1:32’14.789
2) Michael Schumacher – Ferrari +2.211
3) David Coulthard – McLaren-Mercedes +34.163
4) Eddie Irvine – Ferrari +58.182
5) Heinz-Harald Frentzen – Williams-Mecachrome +1’00.247
6) Giancarlo Fisichella – Benetton-Playlife +1’01.359
7) Alexander Wurz – Benetton-Playlife +1’04.789
8) Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Mecachrome +1 Lap
9) Damon Hill – Jordan-Mugen-Honda +1 Lap
10) Jean Alesi – Sauber-Petronas +1 Lap

1997 (Luxembourg GP)
1) Jacques Villeneuve – Williams-Renault – 1:31’27.843
2) Jean Alesi – Benetton-Renault +11.770
3) Heinz-Harald Frentzen – Williams-Renault +13.480
4) Gerhard Berger – Benetton-Renault +16.416
5) Pedro Diniz – Arrows-Yamaha +43.147
6) Olivier Panis – Prost-Mugen-Honda +43.750
7) Johnny Herbert – Sauber-Petronas +44.354
8) Damon Hill – Arrows-Yamaha +44.777
9) Gianni Morbidelli – Sauber-Petronas +1 Lap
10) Mika Salo – Tyrrell-Ford +1 Lap

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