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24 Horas de Nürburgring

24 Horas de Nürburgring
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24 Horas de Nürburgring.
Detalhes da corrida
Nome oficial 24h Rennen Nürburgring
Local Nürburgring

As 24 Horas de Nürburgring é uma corrida anual automobilismo de endurance realizada desde 1970 no mês de maio no autódromo de Nürburgring, na Alemanha. A corrida utiliza o traçado Nordschleife (laço norte) com mais de 25 km de extensão, e já conseguiu ser disputada por mais de 200 carros.

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Ano Pilotos Carro Equipe Notas
2018   Nick Tandy
  Frédéric Makowiecki
  Patrick Pilet
  Richard Lietz
Porsche 911 GT3 R Manthey Racing 135 laps. Race red flagged on Sunday for 2 hours due to heavy rain and fog.
2017   Connor De Phillippi
  Christopher Mies
  Markus Winkelhock
Predefinição:Country data ZA Kelvin van der Linde
Audi R8 LMS Land Motorsport 158 laps completed. Primarily dry conditions for the race. Kelvin van der Linde became the first South African to win the 24 hours of Nurburgring overall.
2016   Maro Engel
  Bernd Schneider
  Adam Christodoulou
  Manuel Metzger
Mercedes-AMG GT3 Black Falcon 134 laps. Race red flagged early on for 4 hours due to heavy rain, fog, and hail.
2015   Nico Müller
  Edward Sandström
  Laurens Vanthoor
  Christopher Mies
Audi R8 LMS
Team WRT 156 laps. Speed limits zone: Flugplatz, Schwedenkreuz and Antoniusbuche 200 km/h (120 mph) / Dottinger Hohe Straight 250 km/h (155 mph)
2014   Christopher Haase
  Christian Mamerow
  René Rast
  Markus Winkelhock
Audi R8 LMS ultra Phoenix Racing New distance record (159 laps)
2013   Bernd Schneider
  Jeroen Bleekemolen
  Sean Edwards
  Nicki Thiim
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 Black Falcon Race red flagged for 9 hours due to Rain. First win for a Mercedes-Benz[1]
2012   Marc Basseng
  Christopher Haase
  Frank Stippler
  Marcus Winkelhock
Audi R8 LMS ultra Audi Sport
(Team Phoenix)
155 laps. First ever victory for an Audi.
2011   Marc Lieb
  Timo Bernhard
  Lucas Luhr
  Romain Dumas
Porsche 997 GT3-RSR Manthey Racing New distance record 156 laps. Record-tying 5th victory for Bernhard
2010   Jörg Müller
  Uwe Alzen
  Augusto Farfus
  Pedro Lamy
BMW M3 GT2 BMW Motorsport
(Schnitzer Motorsport)
154 laps. Record-tying 5th victory for Lamy
2009   Romain Dumas
  Marc Lieb
  Timo Bernhard
  Marcel Tiemann
Porsche 997 GT3-RSR Manthey Racing New distance record 155 laps, record 5th victory for Tiemann, 4th in a row for Manthey
2008   Marc Lieb
  Timo Bernhard
  Marcel Tiemann
  Romain Dumas
Porsche 997 GT3-RSR Manthey Racing Winner came from 1 lap down up to nearly two laps ahead for victory.
2007   Romain Dumas
  Marc Lieb
  Timo Bernhard
  Marcel Tiemann
Porsche 997 GT3-RSR Manthey Racing Race stopped for about 6h due to fog
2006   Lucas Luhr
  Timo Bernhard
  Mike Rockenfeller
  Marcel Tiemann
Porsche 996 GT3-MR Manthey Racing Officially a private entry, supported by Porsche with drivers.
2005   Boris Said
  Duncan Huisman
  Andy Priaulx
  Pedro Lamy
BMW M3 GTR BMW Motorsport
(Schnitzer Motorsport)
Final race for the M3 GTR V8.
2004   Pedro Lamy
  Dirk Müller
  Jörg Müller
  Hans-Joachim Stuck
BMW M3 GTR BMW Motorsport
(Schnitzer Motorsport)
BMW prevails against ABT-Audi in changing weather conditions.
2003   Manuel Reuter
  Timo Scheider
  Marcel Tiemann
Opel Astra V8 Coupé Phoenix Racing
OPC Team Phoenix
Three factories enter V8 powered race cars: Audi, BMW, Opel. Turbocharged Porsches by Manthey and Alzen.
2002   Peter Zakowski
  Robert Lechner
  Pedro Lamy
Chrysler Viper GTS-R Zakspeed
2001   Pedro Lamy
  Peter Zakowski
  Michael Bartels
Chrysler Viper GTS-R Zakspeed
2000   Bernd Mayländer
  Michael Bartels
  Uwe Alzen
  Altfrid Heger
Porsche 911 GT3-R Porsche Zentrum Koblenz Factory backed Porsche effort beats a very heavy Viper, and with 145 laps, the old distance record of 1990.[2]
1999   Peter Zakowski
  Hans-Jürgen Tiemann
  Klaus Ludwig
  Marc Duez
Chrysler Viper GTS-R Zakspeed Return of powerful cars, with Viper dominating the season. None of the new water-cooled Porsche 996 GT3 is entered yet.
1998   Marc Duez
  Andreas Bovensiepen
  Christian Menzel
  Hans-Joachim Stuck
BMW 320d Schnitzer Motorsport First Diesel victory in a major 24h race. After 28 years, a second win for Stuck, the first winner.
1997   Johannes Scheid
  Sabine Reck
  Hans-Jürgen Tiemann
  Peter Zakowski
BMW M3 E36 Scheid Motorsport
1996   Johannes Scheid
  Sabine Reck
  Hans Widmann
BMW M3 E36 Scheid Motorsport
1995   Roberto Ravaglia
  Marc Duez
  Alexander Burgstaller
BMW 320i Team Bigazzi
1994   Karl-Heinz Wlazik
  Frank Katthöfer
  Fred Rosterg
BMW M3
1993   Frank Katthöfer
  "Tonico de Azevedo"
  Franz Konrad
  Örnulf Wirdheim
Porsche 911 Carrera Konrad Motorsport
1992   Johnny Cecotto
  Christian Danner
  Jean-Michel Martin
  Marc Duez
BMW M3 Evo. 2 Team Bigazzi Race stopped for hours due to fog.
1991   Kris Nissen
  Joachim Winkelhock
  Armin Hahne
BMW M3 Evo. 2 Schnitzer Motorsport
1990   Altfrid Heger
  Joachim Winkelhock
  Frank Schmickler
BMW M3 Evo. 2 Linder Motorsport 144 laps, new distance record.[2]
1989   Emanuele Pirro
  Roberto Ravaglia
  Fabien Giroix
BMW M3 Team Bigazzi
1988   Edgar Dören
  Gerhard Holup
  Peter Faubel
Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Dören The privateer '74 Porsche beats modern factory-backed turbocharged Fords
1987   Klaus Ludwig
  Klaus Niedzwiedz
  Steve Soper
Ford Sierra RS Cosworth Eggenberger First win by a turbocharged car.
1986   Markus Oestreich
  Otto Rensing
  Winfried Vogt
BMW 325i Auto Budde Team
1985   Axel Felder
  Jürgen Hammelmann
  Robert Walterscheid-Müller
BMW 635 CSi Auto Budde Team
1984   Axel Felder
  Franz-Josef Bröhling
  Peter Oberndorfer
BMW 635 CSi Auto Budde Team
1983 (no race due to construction work)
1982   Dieter Gartmann
  Klaus Ludwig
  Klaus Niedzwiedz
Ford Capri Eichberg Racing
1981   Helmut Döring
  Dieter Gartmann
  Fritz Müller
Ford Capri Gilden-Kölsch
1980   Dieter Selzer
  Wolfgang Wolf
  Matthias Schneider
Ford Escort RS 2000 Berkenkamp Racing
1979   Herbert Kummle
  Karl Mauer
  Winfried Vogt
Ford Escort Cavallo Matras
1978   Fritz Müller
  Herbert Hechler
  Franz Geschwendtner
Porsche 911 Carrera Valvoline Deutschland
1977   Fritz Müller
  Herbert Hechler
Porsche 911 Carrera
1976   Fritz Müller
  Herbert Hechler
  Karl-Heinz Quirin
Porsche 911 Carrera
1975 (no race due to oil crisis)
1974 (no race due to oil crisis)
1973   Niki Lauda
  Hans-Peter Joisten
BMW 3.0 CSL Alpina
(3)
Race held in two heats of 8h each, with 8h break at midnight.[3]
1972   Helmut Kelleners
  Gerold Pankl
BMW 2800 CS Alpina
1971   Ferfried Prinz von Hohenzollern[4]
  Gerold Pankl[5]
BMW 2002 Alpina
1970   Hans-Joachim Stuck
  Clemens Schickentanz[6]
BMW 2002 TI Koepchen BMW Tuning[7]

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Referências

  1. Messer, Gregor (20 de maio de 2013). «Mercedes claims first Nurburgring 24 Hours victory». AUTOSPORT.com. Consultado em 9 de junho de 2013. Cópia arquivada em 8 de junho de 2013 
  2. a b [1]
  3. «1973 Nürburgring 24 hours». Homepage.mac.com. Consultado em 21 de maio de 2012. Arquivado do original em 24 de fevereiro de 2004 
  4. de:Ferfried Prinz von Hohenzollern
  5. «Archived copy». Consultado em 4 de julho de 2007. Arquivado do original em 20 de outubro de 2007 
  6. «Dunlop Reifen» (PDF). Dunlop.de. Consultado em 21 de maio de 2012. Cópia arquivada (PDF) em 27 de setembro de 2007 
  7. de:Hans-Peter Koepchen

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