1991 German Formula Three Championship

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1991 German Formula Three Championship
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The 1991 German Formula Three Championship (German: 1991 Deutsche Formel-3-Meisterschaft) was a multi-event motor racing championship for single-seat open wheel formula racing cars that held across Europe. The championship featured drivers competing in two-litre Formula Three racing cars which conform to the technical regulations, or formula, for the championship. It commenced on 31 March at Zolder and ended at Hockenheim on 28 September after eleven rounds.

Volkswagen Motorsport driver Tom Kristensen became a champion. He won three races and scored another four podium finishes to clinch the championship title. Marco Werner finished as runner-up, winning on Diepholz Airfield Circuit. Marc Hessel was victorious at Norisring, completing the top-three in the drivers' championship. Frank Krämer, Klaus Panchyrz, Peter Kox and Wolfgang Kaufmann were the other race winners. Mathias Arlt clinched the B-Cup championship title.[1]

Teams and drivers

Entry List[2]
Team No. Driver Class Chassis Engine Rounds
Germany Opel Team WTS 1 Germany Frank Krämer A Reynard 913/006 Opel All
2 United States Markus Liesner A Reynard 913/017 All
72 Germany Joachim Beule B Reynard 903/001 7
Germany Volkswagen Motorsport 3 Germany Klaus Panchyrz A Ralt RT35/884 Volkswagen All
4 Denmark Tom Kristensen A Ralt RT35/892 All
Germany Opel Team Schübel 5 Switzerland Jacques Isler A Dallara 391/040 Opel 1
6 Germany Wolfgang Kaufmann A Dallara 391/038 1–8
United Kingdom Jonathan McGall A 9
Argentina José Luis Di Palma A 10
18 Switzerland Yolanda Surer A Dallara 391/039 1, 3
Switzerland Jacques Isler Racing 5 Switzerland Jacques Isler A Dallara 391/040 Alfa Romeo 7, 10–11
18 Switzerland Yolanda Surer A Dallara 391/039 7, 10–11
Germany Mönninghoff Sport Promotion 7 Germany Marc Hessel A Ralt RT35/901 Mugen-Honda All
75 Austria Josef Neuhauser B Reynard 903/014 Volkswagen All
Germany Bongers Motorsport 8 Austria Franz Binder A Reynard 913/007 Opel 1–4, 6–11
9 Germany Jörg Müller A Reynard 913/005 Volkswagen All
Germany Eufra Racing Team 10 Netherlands Peter Kox A Eufra 391/03 Mugen-Honda All
11 Germany Meik Wagner A Eufra 391/02 1–9
France Arnaud Trevisiol A Eufra 391/02 10–11
Germany G+M Escom Motorsport 12 Germany Marco Werner A Ralt RT35/876 Opel All
Austria Vienna Racing 15 Austria Philipp Peter A Eufra 390/03 Opel All
16 Germany Danny Pfeil A Eufra 391/01 4, 11
Austria RSM Marko 20 Germany Joachim Koscielniak A Reynard 913/014 Alfa Romeo 1
Republic of Ireland Derek Higgins A 2
Germany Markus Grossmann A 3–11
21 Germany Sascha Maassen A Reynard 913/015 All
Sweden Picko Troberg Racing 23 Sweden Linus Lundberg A Ralt RT35/933 Volkswagen 11
78 Sweden Claes Rothstein B Ralt RT33/781 11
Germany H&R Spezialfedern — Lohmann Motorsport 50 Austria Claudia Kreuzsaler B Dallara 389/020 Volkswagen 1–5
Germany Thorsten Kern B 8
Switzerland Attila Fabian B 9–11
Germany Pfeil Motorsport — Beru Zündtechnik F3 Team 51 Germany Mathias Arlt B Eufra 390/01 Volkswagen All
Switzerland Formel Rennsport Club 52 Switzerland Rene Wartmann B Reynard 903/007 Volkswagen All
Netherlands Nomag Racing 53 Netherlands Franc ten Wolde B Ralt RT33/797 Volkswagen 6–8
Germany Peter Katsarski 54 Germany Peter Katsarski B Reynard 893/120 Opel 4
Switzerland Peter Schär 55 Switzerland Peter Schär B Ralt RT34/820 Volkswagen All
Germany Hohenester Sport 56 Germany Horst Farnbacher B Reynard 903/002 Volkswagen 1–4
Germany Ralf Eisenreich B 5–6, 8–9
Austria Walter Penker Fahrtraining 57 Austria Peter Wieser B Eufra 390/02 Volkswagen 5, 7–11
Austria Dimo Sport 59 Germany Logan Wilms B Reynard 893/078 Volkswagen 6
Germany MSC Scuderia Mitwitz 60 Germany Justin Sünkel B Reynard 893/077 Volkswagen 1, 5–7, 9
Germany Dimo Sport 61 Denmark Svend Hansen B Ralt RT33/802 Volkswagen 6–11
Hungary Hungaria Biztosito Autosport 62 Hungary László Szász B Reynard 903/040 Mugen-Honda 2–4
Austria Ewald Kapferer 69 Austria Ewald Kapferer B Ralt RT34/818 Volkswagen 4–5, 7, 9
Austria Franz Wöss Austria Franz Wöss B 10–11
Switzerland Roger Studhalter 70 Switzerland Roger Studhalter B Dallara 389/010 Volkswagen 7
Switzerland Gianni Bianchi 71 Switzerland Gianni Bianchi B Dallara 390/036 Opel 7
Germany Joachim Ryschka 77 Germany Joachim Ryschka B Reynard 903/038 Volkswagen 1–9, 11
South Africa Fred Goddard Racing 79 Finland Pekka Herva B Ralt RT34/859 Mugen-Honda 11
Icon Class
A A
B B

Calendar

Round Location Circuit Date Supporting
1 Belgium Heusden-Zolder, Belgium Circuit Zolder 31 March XXII. AvD "Bergischer Löwe"
2 Germany Hockenheim, Germany Hockenheimring 14 April AvD/MAC Rennsport-Festival
3 Germany Nürburg, Germany Nürburgring 21 April 53. ADAC Eifelrennen
4 Germany Berlin, Germany AVUS 5 May ADAC-Avus-Rennen
5 Czechoslovakia Most, Czechoslovakia Autodrom Most 2 June ADAC-Rundstreckenrennen Würzburg"
6 Germany Wunstorf, Germany Wunstorf 8 June ADAC-Flugplatzrennen Wunstorf
7 Germany Nuremberg, Germany Norisring 29 June 200 Meilen von Nürnberg
8 Germany Diepholz, Germany Diepholz Airfield Circuit 3 August 24. ADAC-Flugplatzrennen Diepholz
9 Germany Nürburg, Germany Nürburgring 18 August ADAC Sportwagen-Weltmeisterschaft
10 Germany Nürburg, Germany Nürburgring 7 September ADAC Großer Preis der Tourenwagen
11 Germany Hockenheim, Germany Hockenheimring 28 September ADAC-Preis Hockenheim

Results

Round Circuit Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning driver Winning team B Class Winner
1 Belgium Circuit Zolder Denmark Tom Kristensen Germany Klaus Panchyrz Denmark Tom Kristensen Germany Volkswagen Motorsport Switzerland Peter Schär
2 Germany Hockenheimring Germany Klaus Panchyrz Denmark Tom Kristensen Germany Wolfgang Kaufmann Germany Opel Team Schübel Germany Mathias Arlt
3 Germany Nürburgring Denmark Tom Kristensen Netherlands Peter Kox Germany Klaus Panchyrz Germany Volkswagen Motorsport Switzerland Peter Schär
4 Germany AVUS Denmark Tom Kristensen Netherlands Peter Kox Netherlands Peter Kox Germany Eufra Racing Team Switzerland Rene Wartmann
5 Czechoslovakia Autodrom Most Denmark Tom Kristensen Germany Meik Wagner Netherlands Peter Kox Germany Eufra Racing Team Germany Mathias Arlt
6 Germany Wunstorf Germany Wolfgang Kaufmann Germany Wolfgang Kaufmann Germany Wolfgang Kaufmann Germany Opel Team Schübel Germany Mathias Arlt
7 Germany Norisring Germany Wolfgang Kaufmann Germany Klaus Panchyrz Germany Marc Hessel Germany Mönninghoff Sport Promotion Denmark Svend Hansen
8 Germany Diepholz Airfield Circuit Germany Marco Werner Germany Marco Werner Germany Marco Werner Germany G+M Escom Motorsport Switzerland Rene Wartmann
9 Germany Nürburgring Denmark Tom Kristensen Denmark Tom Kristensen Denmark Tom Kristensen Germany Volkswagen Motorsport Denmark Svend Hansen
10 Germany Nürburgring Netherlands Peter Kox Germany Klaus Panchyrz Germany Frank Krämer Germany Opel Team WTS Denmark Svend Hansen
11 Germany Hockenheimring Denmark Tom Kristensen Denmark Tom Kristensen Denmark Tom Kristensen Germany Volkswagen Motorsport Finland Pekka Herva

Championship standings

A-Class

  • 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 ZOL
Belgium
HOC1
Germany
NÜR1
Germany
AVU
Germany
MST
Czechoslovakia
WUN
Germany
NOR
Germany
DIE
Germany
NÜR2
Germany
NÜR3
Germany
HOC2
Germany
Points
1 Denmark Tom Kristensen 1 2 2 16 2 5 18 2 1 5 1 136
2 Germany Marco Werner 3 3 5 2 Ret 7 3 1 6 14 3 101
3 Germany Marc Hessel 4 11 7 Ret 4 3 1 3 Ret 2 4 93
4 Germany Jörg Müller 2 4 8 14 3 Ret 4 Ret 4 4 2 85
5 Germany Frank Krämer 5 5 6 Ret 15 6 2 Ret 3 1 5 83
6 Germany Klaus Panchyrz Ret Ret 1 3 5 4 Ret DNS Ret 3 6 68
7 Netherlands Peter Kox 13 Ret 3 1 1 2 Ret DNS Ret DSQ Ret 67
8 Germany Wolfgang Kaufmann Ret 1 4 4 Ret 1 6 Ret 66
9 Germany Sascha Maassen Ret 7 10 5 13 10 DNS Ret 2 6 9 37
10 Austria Franz Binder 6 8 13 6 8 5 4 DNS 11 10 37
11 Germany Markus Grossmann 11 Ret 6 9 8 11 7 7 Ret 19
12 Germany Mathias Arlt 10 10 15 9 7 11 16 6 11 15 12 14
13 Switzerland Rene Wartmann Ret DNS 16 7 14 DNS 14 5 13 17 14 12
14 Germany Meik Wagner 17 6 9 13 Ret Ret Ret 9 9 19 12
15 United States Markus Liesner 7 13 12 17 9 13 7 Ret DNS 9 18 12
16 United Kingdom Jonathan McGall 5 8
17 Austria Philipp Peter 12 9 Ret 9 10 8 Ret 13 8
18 Switzerland Peter Schär 8 12 14 8 Ret 12 12 Ret 14 13 6
19 Austria Josef Neuhauser 9 Ret 17 Ret Ret 14 17 8 12 20 17 5
20 Netherlands Franc ten Wolde Ret 11 7 4
21 Sweden Linus Lundberg 7 4
22 Germany Ralf Eisenreich 8 DNQ Ret Ret 3
23 France Arnaud Trevisiol 8 Ret 3
24 Finland Pekka Herva 8 3
25 Denmark Svend Hansen Ret 10 DNS 10 12 15 2
26 Hungary László Szász 17 19 10 DNS 1
27 Austria Ewald Kapferer 12 10 DNQ 16 1
28 Argentina José Luis Di Palma 10 1
29 Germany Joachim Ryschka 15 15 20 11 11 Ret DNQ Ret 17 DNS 0
30 Germany Horst Farnbacher 11 14 DNS 18 0
31 Sweden Claes Rothstein 11 0
32 Germany Justin Sünkel Ret 12 15 DNQ 18 0
33 Austria Peter Wieser DNS 13 DSQ Ret 16 Ret 0
34 Switzerland Jacques Isler 14 DNS 22 Ret 0
36 Austria Claudia Kreuzsaler 16 16 21 15 DNS 0
36 Switzerland Attila Fabian 15 18 16 0
37 Switzerland Yolanda Surer DNS 18 15 19 Ret 0
38 Germany Logan Wilms 16 0
39 Republic of Ireland Derek Higgins 18 0
40 Austria Franz Wöss 21 Ret 0
Germany Joachim Koscielniak Ret 0
Germany Joachim Beule Ret 0
Germany Thorsten Kern Ret 0
Germany Danny Pfeil DNS DNS 0
Germany Peter Katsarski DNS 0
Switzerland Gianni Bianchi DNQ 0
Switzerland Roger Studhalter DNQ 0
Pos Driver ZOL
Belgium
HOC1
Germany
NÜR1
Germany
AVU
Germany
MST
Czechoslovakia
WUN
Germany
NOR
Germany
DIE
Germany
NÜR2
Germany
NÜR3
Germany
HOC2
Germany
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 1991 standings". driverdb.com. Driver Database. Retrieved 13 October 2016.
  2. ^ "STARTERLISTE 1991 DEUTSCHE FORMEL-3-MEISTERSCHAFT" (PDF) (in German). formel3guide.com. Retrieved 13 October 2016.

External links

  • Official website (in English) (in German)

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