The BOSS GP Championship season opener in Hockenheim this weekend provides three days full programme for motorsport fans and enthusiasts. Starting on Friday morning BOSS GP crew is looking forward to an exciting Kick Off weekend for the 2017 season.
Practice day on Friday, 21.04.2017
Since the entry list for the first BOSS GP season race is set, drivers and crews will follow a timetable, starting with the first free practice on Friday morning at 10:05 a.m. Second free practice will start at the afternoon, 3:40 p.m.
Hockenheim track will be packed full with free practices and already qualifyings of different racing series like Lotus Cup Europe, Canadian-American Challenge Cup or Spezial Tourenwagen Trophy H&R Cup as well as presentations by Raceclub Germany and Scuderia Serenissima whole Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
Racing day 1 on Saturday, 22.04.2017
10:00 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. will be the “magical date” on Saturday for the drivers. Qualifying will be held in the morning at 10:00 a.m, whereas the first race will follow in the afternoon at 3:15 p.m. The “Hockenheim Historic” event will start at 9:00 a.m. and has a timetable of 17 different qualifyings, races and presentations.
Racing day 2 on Sunday, 23.04.2017
The second BOSS GP race of the weekend will be held on Sunday afternoon at 2:15 p.m. The general “Hockenheim Historic” timetable provides 14 different highlights on Sunday, races as well as presentations.
Find the complete event schedule at the attached PDF-File here: Timetable “Hockenhein Historic” 2017.
BOSS GP team will be on track all race days and provide plenty of updates and news on all our Channels:
Fully packed race weekend for motorsport enthusiasts
Thousands of motorsport enthusiasts will travel to Hockenheim this weekend, to celebrate plenty of races at the Hockenheim track in Germany. BOSS GP will be part of an exciting motorsport experience at the track near Heidelberg, with hundreds of race cars entertaining the motorsport fans.
“Hockenheim Historic” is held in memory of the Scottish double Formula One World Champion Jim Clark (1963, 1965), who suffered a lethal crash in a Formular Two race at the Hockenheim track in 1968. Clark was placed at the top of the “Greatest-ever-Formula-One-drivers”-list by “The Times” in 2009.
BOSS GP will compete at seven different European venues in 2017, holding 14 races in total. Hockenheim will be followed by Zandvoort in May (20./21.05.), where BOSS GP will be part of the Race Festival by Max Verstappen. The other tracks are Paul Picard (FRA), Zolder (BEL), Assen (NED), Brno (CZE) and Imola (ITA).
Find the BOSS GP start list for Hockenheim: bossgp.com/start-list-for-kick-off-race-at-hockenheim-historic-is-set
Find detailed statistics of last BOSS GP seasons here: bossgp.com/archive
Find all informations about “Hockenheim Historic” on this website: www.hockenheim-historic.de.