500 km race on the Nürburgring in 1967 - 500-km-Rennen auf dem Nürburgring 1967

Alpine A210

The eighth 500 km race on the Nürburgring , also known as the ADAC 500 km race Nürburgring , was held on September 3, 1967 on the Nordschleife of the Nürburgring and was the 14th and final round of the sports car world championship of that year.

The race

Again two world championship races took place on the Nordschleife of the Nürburgring in one year. The 1,000-km race took place on May 28 and ended with the total victory of Udo Schütz and Joe Buzzetta on a plant - Porsche 910 .

Mauro Bianchi , who drove an Alpine A210 , achieved the fastest lap time in qualifying with a time of 9: 23.900 minutes. One lap later, Bianchi had to stop on the track because a cable fire ignited the fuel line and the car began to burn. The marshals were able to quickly bring the outbreak of fire under control and the Alpine mechanics were able to completely repair the vehicle the night before the race. In the race, Bianchi was leading until halftime, then he had to retire due to a damaged clutch. For Alpine, however, there was a success, as Bianchi's team-mate Roger Delageneste took the overall victory.

Results

Final ranking

Pos. great No. Team driver vehicle Round
1 P 1.6 2 FranceFrance Alpine Automobiles FranceFrance Roger delageneste Alpine A210 22
2 S 1.3 42 ItalyItaly Abarth GermanyGermany Ernst Furtmayr Abarth 1300 OT 22
3 S 1.3 44 ItalyItaly Abarth OsterreichAustria Johannes Ortner Abarth 1300 OT 22
4 P 1.6 5 BelgiumBelgium Racing Team VDS BelgiumBelgium Teddy Pilette Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2 22
5 S 1.3 43 ItalyItaly Abarth Corse GermanyGermany Erich Bitter Abarth 1300 OT 22
6 T 1.6 77 GermanyGermany Hähn GermanyGermany Herbert Schultze Alfa Romeo GTA 21
7 T 1.6 73 BelgiumBelgium Serge Trosch BelgiumBelgium Serge Trosch Alfa Romeo GTA 21
8 T 1.6 79 GermanyGermany Dieter Fröhlich GermanyGermany Dieter Fröhlich Alfa Romeo GTA 21
9 P 1.3 22 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Richard Groves United KingdomUnited Kingdom John Moore Ginetta G12 21
10 T 1.6 78 GermanyGermany Dieter equal GermanyGermany Dieter equal Alfa Romeo GTA 21
11 GT 1.0 58 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Motor Racing Stables JapanJapan Tetsu Ikuzawa Honda S800 20
12 S 1.3 46 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Diva Cars United KingdomUnited Kingdom Doug Mockford Diva GT 20
13 T 1.3 99 GermanyGermany Altenhofen GermanyGermany Toni Brenn Alfa Romeo 1300 GT Junior 20
14 S 1.6 39 SwitzerlandSwitzerland Bardahl Switzerland SwitzerlandSwitzerland James-Bernard Fortmann Lotus Elan 19
15 P 1.3 25 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Mike Walton United KingdomUnited Kingdom Mike Walton Abarth 1000SP 19
16 P 1.3 23 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Richard Groves United KingdomUnited Kingdom Howard Fawsitt Austin-Healey Sprite 19
17 P 1.6 6 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Mark Konig United KingdomUnited Kingdom Mark Konig Nomad Mk.1 19
18 S 1.6 31 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Don Marriott United KingdomUnited Kingdom Don Marriott Lotus Elan 19
19 T 1.0 107 GermanyGermany Gustav-Dieter Edelhoff GermanyGermany Gustav-Dieter Edelhoff Fiat-Abarth 1000 Berlinetta 19
20 T 700 111 GermanyGermany Caltex Racing GermanyGermany Heinz Liedl Steyr-Puch 600TR 19
21 P 1.3 21 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Marcos United KingdomUnited Kingdom Jackie Bond-Smith Marcos Mini GT 19
22 T 1.3 95 BelgiumBelgium Grafo Brussels BelgiumBelgium Tony Mercx Austin Mini-Cooper S 19
23 GT 1.0 68 GermanyGermany Gerd Quiet GermanyGermany Gerd Quiet NSU Spider 19
24 T 1.3 84 GermanyGermany Heinrich Austria GermanyGermany Heinrich Austria Glass 1304 19
25 T 1.3 89 FranceFrance Alfred Krause FranceFrance Alfred Krause Renault R8 19
26 S 1.3 45 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Richard Joseph United KingdomUnited Kingdom Richard Joseph Diva GT 19
27 T 1.6 76 GermanyGermany Auto Fox Racing GermanyGermany Siegfried Dau Alfa Romeo GTA 18
28 T 1.0 102 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Ian Alexander United KingdomUnited Kingdom Ian Alexander Austin Mini-Cooper S 18
29 S 1.6 34 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Robbie Gordon United KingdomUnited Kingdom Peter Jackson Lotus Elan 18
30 T 700 115 GermanyGermany Langenfeld racing community GermanyGermany Jürgen Lenk BMW 700S 18
31 GT 1.0 59 GermanyGermany Wilfried Zahn GermanyGermany Wilfried Zahn Honda S800 18
32 GT 1.0 60 GermanyGermany Sieglar racing community GermanyGermany Armin Siefener Honda S800 18
33 T 1.6 75 SwitzerlandSwitzerland Humoristica SwitzerlandSwitzerland Alex Aebersold Alfa Romeo GTA 18
34 T 1.3 87 FranceFrance Georges Houel FranceFrance Georges Houel Renault R8 18
35 GT 1.0 65 GermanyGermany Heinz Schondelmaier GermanyGermany Heinz Schondelmaier NSU Spider 18
36 T 1.0 106 GermanyGermany Gerhard Wiedemann GermanyGermany Gerhard Wiedemann NSU Prinz 18
37 T 700 119 GermanyGermany Wilfried Menden GermanyGermany Wilfried Menden Steyr-Puch 600TR 18
38 GT 1.3 53 ItalyItaly Scuderia Sant Ambroeus ItalyItaly Girolamo Capra Lancia Fulvia HF 18
39 GT 1.0 66 GermanyGermany Willibald Graul GermanyGermany Willibald Graul NSU Spider 18
40 GT 1.0 69 GermanyGermany Achim Zerbe GermanyGermany Achim Zerbe NSU Spider 18
41 T 700 118 GermanyGermany Horst Linz GermanyGermany Horst Linz BMW 700 17
42 T 700 114 GermanyGermany Anton Schramm GermanyGermany Anton Schramm BMW 700 17
Not classified
43 P 1.3 18T United KingdomUnited Kingdom Richard Groves United KingdomUnited Kingdom Mike Pignéguy Austin Mini-Cooper S
Failed
44 P 1.6 9 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Team Elite United KingdomUnited Kingdom Trevor Taylor Lotus 47 17
45 P 1.6 1 FranceFrance Alpine Automobiles FranceFrance Henri Grandsire Alpine A210
46 P 1.6 3 FranceFrance Alpine Automobiles FranceFrance Patrick Depailler Alpine A210
46 P 1.6 4 FranceFrance Alpine Automobiles BelgiumBelgium Mauro Bianchi Alpine A210
47 P 1.6 7 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chevron Cars United KingdomUnited Kingdom Peter Taggart Chevron B3
48 P 1.6 10 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Christopher St. Quintin United KingdomUnited Kingdom Christopher St. Quintin Abarth 1600 OT
49 P 1.6 12 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chris Barber United KingdomUnited Kingdom John Hine Lotus 47
50 P 1.3 20 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Marcos United KingdomUnited Kingdom Joey Cook Marcos Mini GT
51 P 1.3 24 GermanyGermany Helmut Krause GermanyGermany Helmut Krause Abarth 1300 OT
52 S 1.6 32 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Chris Barber United KingdomUnited Kingdom Ray Adlam Lotus Elan
53 S 1.6 35 SwedenSweden Lotus Sweden SwedenSweden Per Brandström Lotus Elan
54 S 1.6 37 GermanyGermany Manfred Hartung GermanyGermany Manfred Hartung Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ
55 S 1.6 38 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Keith Burnand United KingdomUnited Kingdom Keith Burnand Lotus Elan
56 S 1.3 47 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Diva United KingdomUnited Kingdom John Bloomfield Diva GT
57 GT 1.3 51 BelgiumBelgium Matra Benelux BelgiumBelgium "Jean Pier" Matra Djet 5S
58 GT 1.3 52 BelgiumBelgium Matra Benelux NetherlandsNetherlands David van Lennep Matra Djet 5S
59 GT 1.3 54 GermanyGermany Glass GermanyGermany Karl Herd Glass 1300 GT
60 GT 1.3 54 GermanyGermany Gerhard Bodmer GermanyGermany Gerhard Bodmer Glass 1300 GT
61 T 1.6 74 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Tom Clapham United KingdomUnited Kingdom Geoff Breakell Alfa Romeo GTA
62 T 1.3 82 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Richard Miles United KingdomUnited Kingdom Roger Heavens Austin Mini-Cooper S
63 T 1.3 85 GermanyGermany Richard Höhfeld GermanyGermany Richard Höhfeld Glass 1304
64 T 1.3 86 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Charles Mynott United KingdomUnited Kingdom Charles Mynott Austin Mini-Cooper
65 T 1.3 88 BelgiumBelgium One thousand miles BelgiumBelgium Pierre Chausse Glass 1304
66 T 1.3 90 GermanyGermany Dieter Mohr GermanyGermany Horst Eiteneuer
GermanyGermany Dieter Mohr
Alfa Romeo 1300 GT Junior
67 T 1.3 91 SwedenSweden Ragnar Eklund SwedenSweden Ragnar Eklund Austin Mini-Cooper
68 T 1.3 92 BelgiumBelgium Thierry béguelin BelgiumBelgium Thierry béguelin Renault R8
69 T 1.3 94 GermanyGermany Horst Rack GermanyGermany Horst Rack Glass 1304
70 T 1.3 96 SwedenSweden Picko Troberg SwedenSweden Picko Troberg Austin Mini-Cooper
71 T 1.3 97 United StatesUnited States Stiletto United StatesUnited States Bill Vanderford Austin Mini-Cooper
72 T 1.3 98 GermanyGermany Langenfeld racing community GermanyGermany Helmut Eck Glass 1304
73 T 1.0 104 GermanyGermany Heinrich Wiese GermanyGermany Heinrich Wiese DKW F 12
74 T 1.0 105 GermanyGermany Karl-Heinz Scholl GermanyGermany Karl-Heinz Scholl Fiat-Abarth 1000 Berlinetta
75 T 1.0 108 GermanyGermany Abarth Germany GermanyGermany Willi Kauhsen Fiat-Abarth 1000 Berlinetta
76 T 1.0 109 GermanyGermany Abarth Germany GermanyGermany Hans Hessel Fiat-Abarth 1000 Berlinetta
77 T 700 112 GermanyGermany Hans-Jürgen Drexl GermanyGermany Hans-Jürgen Drexl BMW 700
78 T 700 113 GermanyGermany Heinz-Josef Derichs GermanyGermany Heinz-Josef Derichs BMW 700
79 T 700 116 GermanyGermany Wolfgang Frye GermanyGermany Wolfgang Frye Steyr-Puch 600TR
80 T 700 117 GermanyGermany Peter Otto GermanyGermany Peter Otto BMW 700
Not started
81 S 1.6 33 SwitzerlandSwitzerland Formula Racing Club Zurich SwitzerlandSwitzerland Willy Elsinger Lotus Elan 1
82 S 1.3 48 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Diva United KingdomUnited Kingdom John Corfield Diva GT 2
83 P 1.3 18 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Richard Miles United KingdomUnited Kingdom Mike Pignéguy Austin-Healey Sprite 3

1 not started 2 car fire during training 3 accident during training

Only in the entry list

Here you will find teams, drivers and vehicles that were originally registered for the race but did not take part for various reasons.

Pos. great No. Team driver Chassis
84 P 1.6 8 SwitzerlandSwitzerland Biennese stable SwitzerlandSwitzerland Robert Huber Lotus 47
85 P 1.6 11 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Coburn United KingdomUnited Kingdom Jack Wheeler Austin-Healey Sprite
86 P 1.6 14 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Raymond Nash United KingdomUnited Kingdom Raymond Nash Tavenor
87 P 1.3 19 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Mark Konig United KingdomUnited Kingdom Gabriele Konig Austin-Healey Sprite
88 P 1.3 26 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Peter Anslow United KingdomUnited Kingdom Peter Anslow Marcos Mini GT
89 S 1.6 36 SwedenSweden Lotus Sweden SwedenSweden Rolf Örell Lotus Elan
90 GT 1.0 62 SwitzerlandSwitzerland Corsairs SwitzerlandSwitzerland Heinz Schulthess Honda S800
91 GT 1.0 63 GermanyGermany Steinwinter Automobile GermanyGermany Martin Braungart Honda S800
92 GT 1.0 67 GermanyGermany Heinz Esser GermanyGermany Heinz Esser NSU Spider
93 GT 1.0 70 GermanyGermany Josef Weber GermanyGermany Josef Weber NSU Spider
94 T 1.3 83 United KingdomUnited Kingdom Phil de Banks United KingdomUnited Kingdom Phil de Banks Austin Mini-Cooper
95 T 1.3 93 United KingdomUnited Kingdom J. A. Woodhouse GermanyGermany Christian Schmarje Austin Mini-Cooper
96 T 1.3 93 United KingdomUnited Kingdom John Aley United KingdomUnited Kingdom John Aley Fiat-Abarth 1000 Berlinetta

Class winner

great driver vehicle Placement in the overall ranking
P 1.6 FranceFrance Roger delageneste Alpine A210 Overall victory
P 1.3 United KingdomUnited Kingdom John Moore Ginetta G12 Rang 9
S 1.6 SwitzerlandSwitzerland James-Bernard Fortmann Lotus Elan Rang 14
S 1.3 GermanyGermany Ernst Furtmayr Abarth 1300 OT Rang 2
GT 1.3 ItalyItaly Girolamo Capra Lancia Fulvia HF Rang 38
GT 1.0 JapanJapan Tetsu Ikuzawa Honda S800 Rang 11
T 1.6 GermanyGermany Herbert Schultze Alfa Romeo GTA Rang 6
T 1.3 GermanyGermany Toni Brenn Alfa Romeo 1300 GT Junior Rang 13
T 1.0 GermanyGermany Gustav-Dieter Edelhoff Fiat-Abarth 1000 Berlinetta Rang 19
T 700 GermanyGermany Heinz Liedl Steyr-Puch 600TR Rang 20

Racing data

  • Registered: 96
  • Started: 80
  • Rated: 42
  • Race classes: 10
  • Spectator: unknown
  • Race day weather: cool and foggy
  • Route length: 22.835 km
  • Driving time of the winning team: 3:40: 25,700 hours
  • Overall laps of the winning team: 22
  • Total distance of the winning team: 502.370 km
  • Winner's average: 136.600 km / h
  • Pole Position: Mauro Bianchi – Alpine A210 (#4) – 9:23,900 = 145,781 km/h
  • Fastest race lap: Henri Grandsire - Alpine A210 (# 1) - 9: 30,500 = 144,000 km / h
  • Racing series: 14th round of the sports car world championship in 1967

Weblinks

Predecessor
race hill climb Ollon-Villars 1967
Sports car world championship Succession race
24 Hours of Daytona in 1968