The first race of BOSS GP in Brno has been postponed to Sunday, starting time 9:15 am.
The heavy rain caused Volker Ehekircher, the race director and series organiser to postpone the race scheduled for 14:50 today to Sunday. The weather forecasts promise better conditions for the second race day at the Masaryk Racing Days.
The warm-up scheduled for tomorrow will not take place, instead two BOSS GP races will be held on just one day. Race 1 starts at 9:15, race 2 at 12:55. Both races have a distance of 20 minutes.
Race 1 of BOSS GP at the Jim Clark Revival in Hockenheim has been postponed to tomorrow morning 10 a.m. due to heavy rain just before the start.
A new timetable will be published later.
The sensation is perfect: BOSS GP will be driving as support series at the German Formula 1 Grand Prix – from July 20 to 22, 2018 at the Hockenheimring.
Good news for all Formula 1 fans
The BOSS GP complements the programme of this summer’s German Grand Prix. This is the first time that Europe’s fastest racing series will take part in the support programme of the Formula 1 World Championship, which will celebrate its comeback in Germany in 2018 after a one-year break.
The hearty eight-cylinder sound of the GP2 racing cars, the no less exciting sounding World Series by Renault engines, the infernal, loud 12-cylinder Superleague Formula 1 engines and of course the breathtaking and incomparably high-revving ten-cylinder engines of Formula 1 “scream” together in the BOSS GP in the truest sense of the word. All together they offer action-packed, fast and vocal motorsport at its finest, which in this form is unparalleled in the global motorsport universe.
In addition to Formula 1 and BOSS GP, the Hockenheimring Grand Prix weekend also features Europe’s fastest cup series, the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, and the young guns from ADAC Formula 4.
Formula 1 cars like the 1997 Benetton, will be driven in race speed around the Hockenheimring circuit
Get tickets now
Tickets can be booked in the online ticket shop at www.hockenheimring.de or via the ticket hotline +49 6205 950 222. Children up to and including 6 years of age have free admission (no seat entitlement), children and young people under 16 years pay only 45 Euro (Sunday) and 50 Euro (weekend) on each seat, with the exception of the south grandstand.
BOSS GP calendar 2018:
- 20–22 April Hockenheim (DEU)
- 18–20 May Spielberg (AUT)
- 29 June–1 July Monza (ITA)
- 20–22 July Hockenheim (DEU)
- 17–19 August Assen (NED)
- 7–9 September Brünn (CZE)
- 12–14 October Le Castellet (FRA)
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