The Jim Clark Revival
The Bosch Hockenheim Historic in honour of the Scottish Formula 1 world champion Jim Clark, who had a fatal crash on the 7th of April 1968 during the first heat of the Martini Gold Cup at the Hockenheimring, traditionally thrills around 500 drivers and more than 20,000 fans in spring. Friends of historic motorsport will once again be spoilt for choice this year.
As every year, enthusiasts of historic motorsport can look forward to a perfect mix of exciting races, a large brand club area and a varied supporting programme.
Visitors can also look forward to a number of highlights, as always. In addition to the exciting racing series, the No. 1 attraction is the open drivers’ paddock, where the fascinating machines can be admired up close and interested guests can watch the mechanics at work. Of course, the Bosch Hockenheim Historic will also be a meeting place for former racing legends, who will be happy to provide autographs and pose for photographs for their fans.
The large automobile brand club meet as well as exhibitions round out this high-class event – motorsport up close and personal at extremely family-friendly prices.