European Grand Prix
|Number of times held||6|
|Most wins (drivers)||Steve Elencevski (2)|
|Most wins (constructors)||FinOz Racing (2)|
|Circuit length||4.556 km (2.831 mi)|
|Race length||305.252 km (189.677 mi)|
|Last race (2008)|
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||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||FinOz Racing||2004, 2006|
|2008||Laurentiu Albu||Belami-Renault||1:28:31.456||Nürburgring GP-Strecke||Report|
|Superleague Grands Prix|
|2018 season||Australian • Chinese • Azerbaijan • Spanish • Monaco • Canadian • French • Austrian • British • German • Hungarian • Belgian • Italian • Singapore • Japanese • United States • Brazilian • Abu Dhabi|
|Former||Argentine • Bahrain • Czech • Dutch • European • Irish • Korean • Malaysian • Mexican • Portuguese • Russian • San Marino • South African • Turkish|