Hockenheim 21-22 April 2023
Located close to Mannheim and Frankfurt, Hockenheimring is situated in the beautiful Rhine valley.
Although opened over 90 years ago now in 1932 the first Grand Prix took place in 1970 where future Lotus World Champion Jochen Rindt came away the winner. Formula One races have been hosted here abundantly since, the latest in 2019.
For Lotus enthusiasts the circuit is of course most famous for the accident which took Jim Clark’s life on 7 April 1968. With a brace of World championships for Lotus Clark was arguably the greatest ever racing driver, definitely so for those with Lotus in their hearts.
Testing: Additional testing on Thursday 20/4 from 12.00
Lap records: Overall: 1:50.375 (Bence Balogh, Evora GT4, 2022)
|GT Cup: 1:50.375 (Bence Balogh, Evora GT4, 2022)||Exige Cup: 1:50.404 (Tamas Vizin, Exige V6 Cup R, 2022)|
|211/Open: 1:52.900 (Christophe Lisandre, 2-Eleven, 2017)||Production: 2:01.001 (Sven Pettersson, Elise Cup R, 2019)|
Provisional entry list – this is currently being worked on
Exige Cup – TBC
17 Thierry Verhiest – Exige V6 Cup R #
21 Daniel Palma – Exige V6 Cup R #
52 Paul Maréchal – Exige V6 Cup R #
55 Rainer Borgens – Exige V6 Cup R #
81 Tamas Vizin – Exige V6 Cup R #
99 Nikolaj Ipsen – Exige V6 Cup R #
30 Dave Carr – Exige S2 #
32 Cai Cederholm – Elise Cup R #
33 Bailey Edwards – Elise Cup R #
37 Mark Yates – Elise Cup R #
58 Kai Leymann – Elise Cup R #
59 Robin Nilsson – Elise Cup R
63 Mick Edwards – Elise Cup R #