Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Audi RS7

An even longer approx. 28 km (17.4 mi) combined track that included the 7.7 km (4.8 mi) Südschleife was seldom used for major races since the 1930s. This shorter southern circuit was not modernized in the 1970s and was sacrificed for the 1980s construction of the modern track, as were the old pit facilities, the Südkehre (southern turn) and the straight behind the pits which were used in an original Nordschleife lap.

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The track was inaugurated in 1927 with the Eifelrennen events for bikes and cars, taking place on the combined Nordschleife and Südschleife, with a length of 28.265 km. On the unfamiliar track, the best motorcyclists achieved an average race speed of about 90 km/h. The best driver was Rudolf Caracciola in the big Mercedes S, at an average of 96,5 km/h. In the three German Grand Prix that were contested there in the late 1920s, 18 laps resp. 508 km distance had to be covered. The cars of the time managed that in just under five hours, with an average of just over 110 km/h, with lap times not under 15 minutes. The Eifelrennen events soon moved to the much shorter Südschleife.

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