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2011 German GP Technical Specifications

McLaren Formula One driver Hamilton of Britain and Red Bull Formula One driver Webber of Australia drive during the German F1 Grand Prix at the Nuerburgring circuit

Top speed: 300km/h
Average speed: 215km/h
Pit straight length: 0.6km
Circuit length: 5.2km
Race length:

60 laps/309km

Number of corners: 15
Longest section at full throttle: 12 sec/800m
Highest G-force: 3.9G
Downforce level: High
Brake wear: Medium
Full throttle: 62% of lap
Gearchanges per lap: 58
Grip level: Good
Gradient change: Medium
Average ambient temperature: 25°C
Average track temperature: 25°C
Weather: Cloudy
Circuit type: Historic grand prix circuit
Runoff areas: Large
Configuration: Clockwise
Fuel consumption: High
Landscape: Eifel Mountains
Average attendance: 200,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: McLaren

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