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  • 14. August 2022

    Oldtimer-Grand-Prix

    12. August 2022 - 14. August 2022

    Nürburgring Grand-Prix

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  • 17. September 2022

    ADAC 1000 Km-Rennen

    17. September 2022

    Nürburgring Nordschleife

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  • 18. September 2022

    Weekend Heroes

    18. September 2022

    Nürburgring Grand-Prix

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  • 2. October 2022

    RGB Saisonfinale

    30. September 2022 - 2. October 2022

    Nürburgring Grand-Prix

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  • 29. October 2022

    Schwedenkreuz

    28. October 2022 - 29. October 2022

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Tracks of the FHR series

Here you can see all routes this season in a practical overview.

Hockenheim

Length: 4,574 km

Hockenheimring

Home of German motorsport. Famous for its mighty straights, it was extensively rebuilt in the early 2000s. What he lost in historical corners, he gained in thrills. The Bosch Hockenheim Historic takes place annually in April in honor of the Scottish Formula 1 world champion Jim Clark, who had a fatal accident on April 7, 1968 in the first round of the Martini Gold Cup at the Hockenheimring. Traditionally, the spring event always inspires around 500 starters and more than 20,000 fans.

Address:
Hockenheim-Ring GmbH
Am Motodrom
D-68766 Hockenheim
https://www.hockenheimring.de

Nürburgring

Length: 5,148 km

Nürburgring

Since its construction (1925-1927), the Nordschleife has enjoyed a reputation as the most terrifying and ruthless race track in the world. An English journalist who inspected the Nordschleife at the opening race on June 18, 1927, described the route as “a staggering giant in full intoxication was probably sent off to determine the route”. The sStrecke was so impressed that it gave it the world-famous name “Green Hell”.

Address:
Nürburgring Boulevard 1
D-53520 Nürburg
https://www.nuerburgring.de/

Nordschleife

Length: 24,433 km

Nürburgring Nordschleife

Since its construction (1925-1927), the Nordschleife has enjoyed a reputation as the most terrifying and ruthless race track in the world. An English journalist who inspected the Nordschleife at the opening race on June 18, 1927, described the route as “a staggering giant in full intoxication was probably sent off to determine the route”. The sStrecke was so impressed that it gave it the world-famous name “Green Hell”.

Address:
Nürburgring Boulevard 1
D-53520 Nürburg
https://www.nuerburgring.de/

Lausitzring

Length: 4,500 km

Lausitzring

The Lausitzring, which opened in 2000, has a race track, tri-oval in Indycar style and a spacious automobile test area, is one of the largest motorsport facilities in Europe – and the natural home of Dekra. In addition to a varied route, the DEKRA Lausitzring is also particularly spectator-friendly because of its good overview. From practically every seat position, the visitor can see and watch the entire race without having to miss any sections of the route.

Address:
Lausitzallee 1
D-01998 Klettwitz
dekra-lausitzring.de

Salzburgring

Length: 4,255 km

Salzburgring

In the midst of hills and forests, just a few kilometers outside the festival city and in the immediate vicinity of the Salzkammergut, the hearts of motorsport enthusiasts have been beating faster since 1969. The first “Grand Prix of Austria” for motorcycles took place in 1970 and since then you can experience high speeds and everything that goes with it at racing events of all kinds.

Address:
Salzburgring 1
A-5325 Plainfeld
salzburgring.com

Zandvoort

Length: 4,320 km

Zandvoort

At a unique location in the middle of the dunes of the Dutch North Sea coast, Circuit Zandvoort was the venue for the major Formula 1 races until 1985. The first race took place in 1948, at that time still called the Grand Prix of Zandvoort. From 1952 the GP of the Netherlands was held every year as part of the Formula 1 World Championship. Niki Lauda won the last Grand Prix on the Zandvoort track. The racetrack is known for its fast, sharp corners and the demanding differences in altitude of up to 15 meters.

Address:
Burgemeester van Alphenstraat 108
NL-2041 KP Zandvoort
circuitzandvoort.nl/en/

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