Is Hockenheim in F1 2020?

Despite having been rumoured as a contender to host an F1 race in 2020, the Hockenheimring have confirmed this will not be the case. So far 10 rounds have been finalised for 2020 with the Russian Grand Prix from 25-27 September currently serving as the last confirmed event.

What happened to Hockenheim circuit?

In 1938, the circuit dramatically shortened, from twelve kilometres down to just over seven and a half, and the Ostkurve corner, which lasted until 2001, was introduced for the first time. In that year, the track was also renamed to “Kurpfalzring”. The track was damaged by tanks during World War II.

Why is there no German GP?

The common view from media and fans is that the German Grand Prix has lost its place on the Formula 1 calendar due to the fact that the sport would much rather focus on the higher hosting fees made available by races in the Middle East or other similar locations.

Is there a German GP?

A further one-year deal placed the German Grand Prix on the 2019 calendar. As of 2021, a race under the name of ‘German Grand Prix’ has not been run again although Germany hosted the 2020 Eifel Grand Prix.

Why is there no German F1 GP?

Biennial race at Hockenheim The Nürburgring went through a change of ownership during 2014, but the new owners were unable to sign an agreement to continue hosting the race in odd-numbered years. The Hockenheimring wasn’t able to host the 2015 or 2017 events either and the German Grand Prix was not run.

Why is there no German F1 race?

How long is Hockenheim track?

2.842 miles

Grand Prix Circuit (2002–present)
Surface Asphalt
Length 4.574 km (2.842 miles)
Turns 17
Race lap record 1:13.780 ( Kimi Räikkönen, McLaren MP4-19B, 2004, Formula One)