1983 German Formula Three Championship

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1983 German Formula Three Championship
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The 1983 German Formula Three Championship (German: 1983 Deutsche Formel-3-Meisterschaft) was a multi-event motor racing championship for single-seat open wheel formula racing cars held across Europe. The championship featured drivers competing in two-litre Formula Three racing cars which conformed to the technical regulations, or formula, for the championship. It commenced on 1 May at AVUS and ended at Zolder on 21 August after eight rounds.

Scuderia Teutonia driver Franz Konrad became a champion. He took wins Nürburgring and [Kaufbeuren Air Base|Kaufbeuren]]. His title rival Hans-Peter Pandur, who lost just by two points won races at Erding and Diepholz Airfield Circuit. Volker Weidler won race at Wunstorf and completed the top-three in the drivers' standings. Harald Brutschin, Rudi Seher and Marc Duez were the only other drivers who were able to win a race in the season.[1]

Teams and drivers

Entry List[2]
Team No. Driver Chassis Engine Rounds
West Germany Bertram Schäfer Racing 1 West Germany Harald Brutschin Ralt RT3/399 Alfa Romeo 1–6
Finland Harri Kangas 7
2 Austria Bartl Stadler Ralt RT3/400 1–3
West Germany Joachim Winkelhock 5
West Germany Peter Oberndorfer 6
3 Sweden Thomas Kaiser 7
30 Finland Harri Kangas Ralt RT3/400 Alfa Romeo 1–6, 8
West Germany Josef Kaufmann Racing 3 West Germany Josef Kaufmann Martini MK34/016 Toyota 8
4 West Germany Josef Kaufmann Martini MK35 Volkswagen 1, 3–7
Switzerland Bruno Eichmann 2
5 West Germany Thomas Bertschinger Martini MK34/016 Toyota 1–4
Netherlands Cor Euser 7
West Germany Peter Wisskirchen 6 West Germany Peter Wisskirchen Ralt RT3 Volkswagen 1, 3–8
West Germany Karamalz Team 7 West Germany Thomas von Löwis Anson SA3 Toyota All
West Germany Team Maredo Steak&Salat 9 West Germany Hans-Peter Pandur Ralt RT3 Volkswagen All
West Germany Helmut Bross 10 West Germany Helmut Bross Ralt RT3 Toyota 1–7
Switzerland Squadra Caposcarico 10 Switzerland Peter Buess March 783/6 7
Austria Scuderia Teutonia 11 Austria Franz Konrad Anson SA4 Volkswagen All
12 West Germany Karl-Heinz Wieschalla March 813 Toyota 1
West Germany Artur Deutgen March 813 Toyota 2
West Germany Gernot Sirrenburg March 803B/1 Toyota 6
Belgium Maurice Roger 12 Belgium Maurice Roger Chevron B47/47–79–02 Toyota 6–7
West Germany Ford Autoveri Motorsport 38 West Germany Peter Katsarski Ralt RT3 Toyota All
West Germany Uwe Teuscher 14 West Germany Uwe Teuscher March 813 Toyota All
West Germany Thomas Holert 15 West Germany Thomas Holert March 803B/14 Alfa Romeo 4–8
Belgium Belgian Volkswagen Club 16 Belgium Marc Duez Ralt RT3 Volkswagen 3, 8
West Germany McGregor Sportswear 17 West Germany Rudi Seher Anson SA3/002 Toyota All
35 Switzerland Dieter Heinzelmann Ralt RT3 All
West Germany EMSC Bitburg 18 West Germany Manfred Hebben Ralt RT3 Toyota 1–2, 6–8
West Germany Bodo Beil 3
West Germany Nicky Nufer 19 West Germany Nicky Nufer Ralt RT3/202 Toyota All
West Germany MSC Scuderia Mitwitz 20 West Germany Justin Sünkel Argo JM10 Toyota 7–8
West Germany Sinziger Mineralbrunnen 22 West Germany Heinrich Heintz Ralt RT1/23 Toyota 3, 8
West Germany Jan Thoelke 23 West Germany Jan Thoelke March 813/6 Toyota All
West Germany Willi Hüsgen 24 West Germany Willi Hüsgen Maco 376/M013 Toyota 1–2, 4
West Germany Otto Christmann 24 West Germany Otto Christmann Martini MK31 Toyota 8
Switzerland Barron Racing Team 25 United Kingdom John Bosch Ralt RT3 Toyota 2, 7
West Germany Erwin Derichs 27 West Germany Pit Bilger Derichs D37/F3-78-02 Toyota 1–4
Austria Walter Lechner Racing School 28 Austria Johann Reindl Ralt RT3/397 Volkswagen 4–5
Austria Franz Tost 6
West Germany Harald Brutschin 7
29 West Germany Volker Weidler Ralt RT3 All
West Germany Bernd Suckow 31 West Germany Bernd Suckow Chevron B47 Toyota 2–3
West Germany Andy Wietzke 32 West Germany Andy Wietzke Anson SA3/005 Alfa Romeo All
United Kingdom Bob Birrell 33 United Kingdom Bob Birrell March 803 Toyota 2, 6–8
West Germany Gernot Sirrenburg 36 West Germany Gernot Sirrenburg Chevron B47 Toyota 1–2, 4–5, 8
West Germany Gerd Lünsmann 37 West Germany Gerd Lünsmann Ralt RT1/137 Toyota 4, 7–8
West Germany Alexander Seibold 39 West Germany Alexander Seibold Martini MK31/003 Toyota 1–6
Sweden Caratom F3 Racing 41 Sweden Hasse Thaung Ralt RT3 Toyota 3
Finland Braun Racing Team 42 Finland Jari Nurminen March 813 Toyota 1–2, 4, 7
Switzerland Formel Rennsport Club 42 Switzerland Bruno Huber Argo JM1/006-F3 Toyota 3, 5–6
44 Switzerland Josef Binder Argo JM8 3
United Kingdom Penthouse Racing Team 43 United Kingdom Donald Bradway March 813 Toyota 1
West Germany Pedrazza Motorsport 43 West Germany Walter Pedrazza Lola 5
West Germany Paul Schild 44 West Germany Paul Schild Ralt RT3 6
West Germany Karl-Heinz Soll 46 West Germany Karl-Heinz Soll Ralt RT1 Toyota 2–3
West Germany Erich Höhmann 47 West Germany Erich Höhmann Martini MK31 Toyota 6
Sweden Thorbjörn Carlsson 48 Sweden Thorbjörn Carlsson Ralt RT3/244 Toyota 3

Calendar

Round Location Circuit Date Supporting
1 Berlin, West Germany AVUS 1 May ADAC-Avus-Rennen
2 Mainz, West Germany Mainz-Finthen Airport 15 May AvD/HMSC Flugplatzrennen Mainz-Finthen'
3 Nürburg, West Germany Nürburgring 28 May Bitburger ADAC 1000 km Rennen
4 Wunstorf, West Germany Wunstorf 12 June ADAC-Flugplatzrennen Wunstorf
5 Kaufbeuren, West Germany Kaufbeuren Air Base 19 June ADAC-Flugplatzrennen Kaufbeuren
6 Erding, West Germany Erding 10 July 6. ADAC-Flugplatz-Rennen Erding
7 Diepholz, West Germany Diepholz Airfield Circuit 24 July XI. ADAC-Bilstein-Super-Sprint'
8 Heusden-Zolder, Belgium Circuit Zolder 21 August 17. ADAC Westfalen-Pokal-Rennen

Results

Round Circuit Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning driver Winning team
1 AVUS Austria Bartl Stadler West Germany Peter Wisskirchen West Germany Rudi Seher West Germany McGregor Sportswear
2 Mainz-Finthen Airport West Germany Harald Brutschin West Germany Harald Brutschin West Germany Harald Brutschin West Germany Bertram Schäfer Racing
3 Nürburgring West Germany Helmut Bross Austria Franz Konrad Austria Franz Konrad Austria Scuderia Teutonia
4 Wunstorf West Germany Volker Weidler West Germany Volker Weidler West Germany Volker Weidler West Germany Volkswagen Motorsport
5 Kaufbeuren Air Base West Germany Volker Weidler Finland Harri Kangas Austria Franz Konrad Austria Scuderia Teutonia
6 Erding West Germany Andy Wietzke West Germany Hans-Peter Pandur West Germany Hans-Peter Pandur West Germany Team Maredo Steak&Salat
7 Diepholz Airfield Circuit West Germany Hans-Peter Pandur Finland Harri Kangas West Germany Hans-Peter Pandur West Germany Team Maredo Steak&Salat
8 Circuit Zolder Belgium Marc Duez West Germany Volker Weidler Belgium Marc Duez Austria Belgian Volkswagen Club

Championship standings

  • Points are awarded as follows:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
20 15 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1
Pos Driver AVU MAI NÜR WUN KAU ERD DIE ZOL Points
1 Austria Franz Konrad 11 10 1 5 1 8 4 2 83
2 West Germany Hans-Peter Pandur DNS 7 11 3 4 1 1 4 81
3 West Germany Volker Weidler 15 Ret 5 1 3 3 15 3 72
4 West Germany Uwe Teuscher 4 11 7 2 20 7 2 6 59
5 Finland Harri Kangas DNS 2 23 4 2 12 5 8 52
6 West Germany Harald Brutschin 8 1 3 17 7 4 Ret 49
7 West Germany Rudi Seher 1 Ret DNS 6 5 5 11 Ret 43
8 West Germany Nicky Nufer 2 DNS 16 9 Ret Ret 8 7 26
9 West Germany Helmut Bross DNS DNS 2 10 14 10 6 23
10 West Germany Jan Thoelke 7 4 8 11 17 Ret Ret 11 21
11 West Germany Peter Wisskirchen 14 9 Ret 8 9 9 5 20
12 West Germany Josef Kaufmann 9 6 12 9 6 Ret Ret 18
13 West Germany Peter Katsarski 13 5 15 7 13 Ret 14 10 16
14 West Germany Thomas von Löwis 5 Ret Ret 8 15 20 7 12 15
15 West Germany Andy Wietzke Ret 6 22 15 6 Ret 18 DNS 14
16 West Germany Manfred Hebben 3 19 11 DNS 14 12
17 West Germany Peter Oberndorfer 3 12
18 Netherlands Cor Euser 3 12
19 United Kingdom Donald Bradway 6 6
20 Austria Bartl Stadler DNS 9 10 5
21 West Germany Thomas Bertschinger DNS 8 Ret Ret 4
22 West Germany Thomas Holert 16 16 18 12 9 3
23 Switzerland Dieter Heinzelmann 10 18 18 Ret 19 21 17 16 1
24 West Germany Joachim Winkelhock 10 1
Switzerland Bruno Huber 12 11 14 0
Austria Johann Reindl 13 12 0
West Germany Pit Bilger 12 13 17 DNS 0
West Germany Artur Deutgen 12 0
West Germany Bodo Beil 13 0
Sweden Thomas Kaiser 13 0
West Germany Otto Christmann 13 0
Finland Jari Nurminen DNS Ret 14 16 0
Switzerland Josef Binder 14 0
West Germany Gernot Sirrenburg 16 Ret Ret 18 16 15 0
Austria Franz Tost 15 0
West Germany Justin Sünkel Ret 17 0
West Germany Paul Schild 17 0
United Kingdom Bob Birrell DNS DNQ Ret 18 0
West Germany Gerd Lünsmann 18 Ret DNS 0
West Germany Heinrich Heintz 19 DNS 0
West Germany Willi Hüsgen DNS 14 19 0
West Germany Erich Höhmann 19 0
West Germany Karl-Heinz Soll 15 20 0
West Germany Alexander Seibold DNS DNQ 17 DNS 21 Ret 0
West Germany Walter Pedrazza 22 0
West Germany Bernd Suckow Ret DNS 0
Switzerland Bruno Eichmann Ret 0
Switzerland Peter Buess Ret 0
West Germany Karl-Heinz Wieschalla DNS 0
West Germany Christian Nenning DNS 0
West Germany Herbert Rostek DNS 0
guest drivers ineligible to score points
Belgium Marc Duez 21 1 0
United Kingdom John Bosch 3 DNS 0
Sweden Thorbjörn Carlsson 4 0
Belgium Maurice Roger 13 10 0
Sweden Hasse Thaung 16 0
Pos Driver AVU MAI NÜR WUN KAU ERD DIE ZOL Points
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

References

  1. ^ "Formula 3 Germany 1983 standings". driverdb.com. Driver Database. Retrieved 29 July 2017. 
  2. ^ "STARTERLISTE 1983 DEUTSCHE FORMEL-3-MEISTERSCHAFT" (PDF) (in German). formel3guide.com. Retrieved 29 July 2017. 

External links

  • Official website (in English) (in German)

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