Tag Archive: Karl-Heinz Steinkuhler

Jan 23

Ecclestone doing his ‘best’ to save German GP

Bernie Ecclestone has not given up on F1’s scheduled return to the Nurburgring in 2013.

Flagworld - F12012-06-10_0439The financially-embattled venue is scheduled to host the July race, but it is also possible Hockenheim could step in at the last minute. “I am doing my best to make sure we do not lose formula one in Germany,” Ecclestone, 82, is quoted by the Allgemeine Zeitung. Read the rest of this entry »


Jan 08

Ecclestone to decide Nurburgring fate – spokesman

Huge uncertainty still surrounds the hosting of this year’s German grand prix.

2012-11-15_0008Nurburgring logoJust after Christmas, a major German newspaper declared that – despite the circuit’s financial woes – the Nurburgring will run the early July event after all. Read the rest of this entry »


Dec 27

Nurburgring to host 2013 German race – spokesman

The Nurburgring will host this year’s German grand prix as scheduled, a major local newspaper has declared.

NürburgringNurburgring logoThe fate of the 2013 race had been in doubt because of the Nurburgring’s well-documented financial problems. But the Bild-Zeitung daily said the German grand prix, as well as GP2 and GP3 support races, will be held at the track in early July, as per the published FIA calendar. Read the rest of this entry »


Dec 06

F1 reserves 2013 date for another European race

7th race in Canada, June 9th, 10th race TBA

Flagworld - F12012-06-07_0273A new date on F1’s 2013 calendar has been reserved for “another European” grand prix, the FIA revealed after its Istanbul meeting of the World Motor Sport Council on Wednesday. Read the rest of this entry »


Dec 14

Ecclestone offers to save Nurburgring’s F1 race

Bernie Ecclestone has put an offer on the table in an effort to save F1’s biennial Nurburgring race.

2011-06-09_0303Nurburgring logoLocal politics have threatened the future of the event, with the new green-influenced ruling alliance in the Rhineland-Palatinate state baulking at the use of public funds for F1.

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