Formula 1 1952 German Grand Prix

data

1952-08-03
6
Nürburgring
Alberto Ascari
Alberto Ascari

The 1952 German Grand Prix was won by Alberto Ascari of Ferrari.

The race in Germany was round 6 of 8 of the 1952 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 18 3:06:13.3 9
2 18 +14.1 6
3 18 +7:10.1 4
4 17 +1 Lap 3
5 17 +1 Lap 2
6 16 +2 Laps 0
7 16 +2 Laps 0
8 16 +2 Laps 0
9 15 +3 Laps 0
10 15 +3 Laps 0
11 14 +4 Laps 0
12 14 +4 Laps 0
8 Accident 0
7 Retired 0
6 Gearbox 0
5 Ignition 0
5 Engine 0
5 Retired 0
4 Axle 0
3 Suspension 0
3 Retired 0
2 Oil pressure 0
1 Gearbox 0
1 Accident 0
1 Brakes 0
1 Disqualified 0
1 Retired 0
1 Gearbox 0
1 Retired 0
0 Retired 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Alberto Ascari Ferrari
2 Nino Farina Ferrari
3 Maurice Trintignant Gordini
4 Robert Manzon Gordini
5 Piero Taruffi Ferrari
6 Rudi Fischer Ferrari
7 Paul Pietsch Veritas
8 Hans Klenk Veritas
9 Willi Heeks AFM
10 Felice Bonetto Maserati
11 Jean Behra Gordini
12 Fritz Riess Veritas
13 Paul Frère HWM
14 Tony Gaze HWM
15 Toni Ulmen Veritas
16 Gino Bianco Maserati
17 Roger Laurent Ferrari
18 Theo Helfrich Veritas
19 Adolf Brudes Veritas
20 Josef Peters Veritas
21 Bill Aston Aston Butterworth
22 Helmut Niedermayr AFM
23 Rudolf Krause BMW
24 Rudolf Schoeller Ferrari
25 Marcel Balsa BMW
26 Eitel Cantoni Maserati
27 Piero Carini Ferrari
29 Ernst Klodwig BMW
30 Günther Bechem BMW
32 Johnny Claes HWM

1952 German Grand Prix

The 1952 German Grand Prix was a Formula Two race held on 3 August 1952 at the Nürburgring Nordschleife. It was race 6 of 8 in the 1952 World Championship of Drivers, in which each Grand Prix was run to Formula Two rules rather than the Formula One regulations normally used. The 18-lap race was won by Ferrari driver Alberto Ascari after he started from pole position. His teammates Giuseppe Farina and Rudi Fischer finished in second and third places.


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