Hockenheim, Germany
  • Round Number: 7
  • Location: Hockenheim, Germany
  • Dates: 27th - 28th June 2015

The historic Hockenheim circuit will host the German GP, round 7 of the 2015 season.

Hockenheim was the venue of the team's second World Championship podium back in 2003.

Round Review

A forgettable weekend at Hockenheim

In the World Championship, it was definitely not Faster Than Speed's day at Hockenheim. Both Guillermo Prieto, who made his WC debut replacing Patrick De Wit, and team-mate Norbert Leitner, have shown good pace and were separated by just 0.005s in Q1. However, in a race where points were definitely within reach, a couple of mistakes left both empty handed, with the team having to retire both cars early. We'll fight back at Silverstone!

In the Ace division, it was unfortunately a very short race for Guillermo Prieto in German soil. After setting the fastest lap on race fuel in the Warmup session just minutes before the start of the GP, Guillermo was one of the multiple victims of the start incident after T1. He was hit from behind by Reyes, with his FTS-P15 ending up heavily damaged against the barriers.

FSR World Championship Results
Driver Qual Pos Race Pos Points Total Pts
Norbert Leitner
Q1: 19 (1:14.175)
Q2: No time (K.O.)
Accident (L39)
FL: 16 (1:16.634)
0 0
Guillermo Prieto
Q1: 18 (1:14.170)
Q2: No time (K.O.)
Accident (L10)
FL: 22 (1:19.181)
0 0
FSR Ace Results
Driver Qual Pos Race Pos Points Total Pts
Guillermo Prieto
(FTS Ace)
Q1: 7 (1:14.228)
Q2: 8 (No time)
Accident (L1)
FL: No time
0 58
Round Gallery
Germany: Guillermo just about to make his WC debut, right ahead of his team-mate NorbertGermany: Norbert spins out of T1 at Hockenheim, rejoins without damaging the carGermany: Guillermo loses control of his FTS-P15 in T1 and has to retireGermany: Norbert attempts to overtake Brewer into the hairpin… (1/3)Germany: …he is in front on the outside… (2/3)Germany: …but he goes off-track as Brewer forces him to put two wheels on the grass (3/3)Germany: Norbert retires after damaging his FTS-P15