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What is the F1 lap record at Nurburgring?

What is the F1 lap record at Nurburgring?

Lap Record

Lap Record: 1:28.139 min
Date: 11 October 2020
F1 Driver: Max Verstappen
F1 Car: Red Bull RB16
Speed: 210.267 km/h

Who holds the lap record at the Nurburgring?

Porsche 911 GT2 RS
1. Porsche 911 GT2 RS Manthey-Racing – 6:43.300s. Porsche is no stranger to setting lap records at the Nurburgring. The German manufacturer currently holds the outright lap record with its monstrous 919 Hybrid setting a scarcely believable time of 5:19:55s.

Who holds the record for the fastest F1 lap?

Michael Schumacher
Michael Schumacher holds the record for the highest total of fastest laps with 77. Lewis Hamilton is second with 56, while Kimi Räikkönen is third with 46.

Why was Nurburgring removed from F1?

The old Nurburgring could never be called safe, but in the summer of 1976 the question of safety was high on the list of priorities in the Formula 1 world. Grand Prix racing had become a very dangerous game, with cars that were too powerful for the circuits on which they raced.

What time does the F1 race start?

Unfortunately for fans of both live F1 and sleep it’s an early one. Qualifying begins at the fairly reasonable time of 7am BST on Saturday whilst the race begins at the slightly less reasonable time of 6.10am BST on Sunday.

What is the length of a F1 race?

The average race fuel consumption of a F1 car is 75 liters per 100 Kilometers (or 4 mpg). The average length of a lap is 5 km and the number of laps is usually around 60. That gives an average total race distance of 300 km. Currently a total of 24 cars participate in a race.

What is lap in F1?

The lap before the start of the race when the cars are driven round from the grid to form up on the grid again for the start of the race. Sometimes referred to as the warm-up lap or parade lap. A physical force equivalent to one unit of gravity that is multiplied during rapid changes of direction or velocity.

What is F1 Grand Prix?

during the Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix at Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace on November 17, 2019 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Photograph by Vladimir Rys)