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A1 Team Germany

A1 Team Germany
Germany
Founded 2005
Seat holder(s) Rolf Beisswanger
Team principal Rolf Beisswanger
Race driver(s) Michael Ammermüller
André Lotterer
First race 2005-06 Great Britain
Rounds entered 32
Championships 1
Sprint race victories 4
Feature race victories 7
Pole positions 4
Fastest laps 6
Total points 249
2008-09 position NC (0 pts)

A1 Team Germany was the German team of A1 Grand Prix, an international racing series. The team were the A1 Grand Prix champions for the second season, 2006-07. They were run by the English Super Nova Racing team until the end of 2007-08. GU-Racing took over for 2008-09,[1] but the team missed the first four rounds.

Contents

  • Management 1
  • History 2
    • 2005–06 season 2.1
    • 2006–07 season 2.2
    • 2007–08 season 2.3
    • 2008–09 season 2.4
  • Drivers 3
  • Complete A1 Grand Prix results 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Management

Rolf Beisswanger took over the role of seat holder from Willi Weber, in preparation for 2009.

History

2005–06 season

Drivers: Timo Scheider, Sebastian Stahl, Adrian Sutil

The team had a mediocre season, finishing at a disappointing 15th place in the championship.

2006–07 season

Drivers: Nico Hülkenberg, Christian Vietoris

Team Germany clinched the A1GP title, with a dominant, and almost singlehanded performance by Nico Hülkenberg, scoring nine victories, and beating nearest rivals New Zealand by 35 points.[2]

2007–08 season

Drivers: Michael Ammermüller, Christian Vietoris

Team Germany fell from grace in 2007-08. Although the team won two races, Michael Ammermüller was excluded from two races for his overly aggressive driving style.

2008–09 season

Drivers: André Lotterer, Michael Ammermüller

Drivers

Name Seasons Races
(Starts)
A1GP Title Wins Sprint
wins
Main
wins
2nd 3rd Poles Fastest
Laps
Points
Michael Ammermüller 2007-08 9 (18) 1 1 1 41
Nico Hülkenberg 2006-07 10 (20) 1 9 3 6 3 2 3 3 126
André Lotterer 2008-09 2 (4) 2
Timo Scheider 2005-06 7 (14) 1 38
Sebastian Stahl 2005-06 1 (2) 0
Adrian Sutil 2005-06 3 (6) 0
Christian Vietoris 2006-07, 2007-08 4 (8) 1 1 1 1 1 44

Complete A1 Grand Prix results

(), "spr" indicate a Sprint Race, "fea" indicate a Main Race.
Year Racing
team
Chassis,
Engine,
Tyres
Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Points Rank
2005-06 Super Nova Racing Lola,
Zytek,
Cooper Avon
GBR spr GBR fea GER spr GER fea PRT spr PRT fea AUS spr AUS fea MYS spr MYS fea ARE spr ARE fea ZAF spr ZAF fea IDN spr IDN fea MEX spr MEX fea USA spr USA fea CHN spr CHN fea 38 15th
Timo Scheider 14 10 5 10 12 8 7 Ret 12 12 8 5 7 2
Adrian Sutil 12 Ret Ret Ret Ret 12
Sebastian Stahl 15 18
2006-07 Super Nova Racing Lola
Zytek
Cooper Avon
NED spr NED fea CZE spr CZE fea BEI spr BEI fea MYS spr MYS fea IDN spr IDN fea NZ spr NZ fea AUS spr AUS fea ZAF spr ZAF fea MEX spr MEX fea SHA spr SHA fea GBR spr GBR fea 128 1st
Nico Hülkenberg 4 1 Ret 4 5 Ret 2 1 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 2 1
Christian Vietoris Ret 9
2007-08 Super Nova Racing Lola
Zytek
Cooper Avon
NED spr NED fea CZE spr CZE fea MYS spr MYS fea ZHU spr ZHU fea NZ spr NZ fea AUS spr AUS fea ZAF spr ZAF fea MEX spr MEX fea SHA spr SHA fea GBR spr GBR fea 83 8th
Christian Vietoris 6 9 7 8 2 1
Michael Ammermüller 16 EX 1 4 4 7 EX Ret Ret 20 6 10 20 Ret
2008-09 DAMS Ferrari,
Ferrari,
Michelin
NLD CHN MYS NZL RSA POR GBR 2 21st
spr fea spr fea spr fea spr fea spr fea spr fea spr fea
Michael Ammermüller 14 11 11 Ret
André Lotterer Ret 9

References

  1. ^ A1GP Media Guide 08-09
  2. ^ "A1GP history". A1GP.com. 2007-04-15. Retrieved 2007-12-18. 

External links

  • A1gp.com Official A1 Grand Prix Web Site
  • A1 Team Germany
Sporting positions
Preceded by
France
A1 Grand Prix Champion
2006-07
Succeeded by
Switzerland
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