The qualifyings are over and now there’s just the weekend’s most important session to come – the race itself! Here’s a summary of the main infos.
Starting grid: Christopher Haase, Christopher Mies and Patric Niederhauser enter the race from position 16 on the grid. Christopher Mies completed Friday evening’s top qualifying session with a time of 8:13.001 minutes, which means a position in the eigth row – the result of the trio’s positive preparation period over the previous weeks.
This is what Christian Land says: “At first glance, 16th place might not seem like a successful qualifying, however we’re full of confidence for the race. We’ve seen that competition is incredibly fierce and several manufacturers are fighting for a win. We’ve done very well so far this weekend, and everyone is perfectly coordinated. This is exactly what makes me feel so positive about the 24 Hours.”
Ready to go: Race kick-off is on Saturday at 16:00. For all those at the track, you can look forward to an extensive programme before the event. There’ll be several classic races providing a taste of the 24-hour race to come. By the way, all fans will have access to the starting grid!
Race broadcasts: Fans can choose where to follow the 24 Hours at the Nürburgring. On the official stream or on TV with NITRO. The TV teams on all channels will be doing their utmost to bring you the best “Green Hell” on-track action – in full length!