European Grand Prix

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Flag of Europe.png European Grand Prix
Nurburgring - 2002 Layout.png
Race information
Number of times held 6
First held 2002
Most wins (drivers) Australia Steve Elencevski (2)
Most wins (constructors) Finland FinOz Racing (2)
Circuit length 4.556 km (2.831 mi)
Race length 305.252 km (189.677 mi)
Laps 67
Last race (2008)
Pole position
England M. Wicks Woods-Renault 1:16.593
1 · Romania L. Albu Belami-Renault 1:28:31.456
2 · Australia S. Whiteman Nordsjøen-Mercedes +1 lap
3 · Northern Ireland M. McKee Synergetic-Toyota +1 lap
Fastest lap
England M. Wicks Woods-Renault 1:15.947

The European Grand Prix was a part of the Superleague championship from the 2002 season until the 2008 season. Each race was held at the Nurburgring, using the more-modern "GP-Strecke" layout. Due to the nature of the games used during the early years of the championship, the layout did not immediately reflect the real-life changes made to the Castrol Chicane in 2002.


Repeat winners (drivers)

Embolded drivers are competing in the Superleague championship in the current season.

# of wins Driver Years
2 Australia Steve Elencevski 2004, 2006

Repeat winners (constructors)

Embolded teams are competing in the Superleague championship in the current season.

# of wins Constructor Years won
2 Finland FinOz Racing 2004, 2006

By Year

The original GP-Strecke layout
Year Driver Team Race Time Location Report
2008 Romania Laurentiu Albu Belami-Renault 1:28:31.456 Nürburgring GP-Strecke Report
2006 Australia Steve Elencevski FinOz-Ferrari 1:25:34.161 Report
2005 Romania Emanuel Gaczella Bracciano-BMW 1:25:28.402 Report
2004 Australia Steve Elencevski FinOz-Ferrari 1:24:10.471 Report
2003 Australia Daniel Wilkinson EIRE-Cosworth 1:28:36.217 Report
2002 Netherlands Erdem Coban Hernj-Roaldo-BMW 1:30:18.614 Report
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