The Nürburgring has always been a favourite among the drivers, who will race this weekend in support of the FIA World Endurance Championship. On this undulating layout, finding the right compromise will be vital to join the club of winners and defending Formula Renault Champions. Drivers who have mastered this circuit and gone onto win the championship include Jack Aitken, Stoffel Vandoorne, Daniil Kvyat, Valtteri Bottas, Roberto Merhi and Lando Norris.
Leading Arden Motorsport driver and Red Bull Junior Driver Dan Ticktum goes into this weekend 6th overall in the Driver's Championship and leading the Rookie Driver's Championship after his great run of form stemming from Silverstone to Hungary. He will be keen to add more silverware to his trophy cabinet this weekend after impressing in testing here earlier in the season alongside teammate Zane Goddard.
The young Aussie managed to score his first points of the season after overcoming a torrid run of luck earlier in the campaign -the aim is to carry on his point scoring form into the second half of the season. Teammate Ghislain Cordeel just missed out on getting his first points haul last time out and will be gunning to ensure that he gets his name of the scoresheet as soon as possible in the hugely competitive Formula Renault Eurocup Championship.
Friday 14 July 2017
Collective Test 1: 10:05–10:55
Collective Test 2: 15:10–16:00
Saturday 15 July 2017
Qualifying 1 (Group A): 9:00–9:15
Qualifying 1 (Group B): 9:20–9:35
Qualifying 2 (Group B): 14:05–14:20
Qualifying 2 (Group A): 14:25–14:40
Race 1: 18:15–18:45
Sunday 16 July 2017
Race 2: 9:10–9:40
All times above are local (Nürburgring Time) - GMT +1. All the race action is captured via live streaming on the Renault Sport website here at the scheduled times above.
Live timing is also available so viewers can track the progress of each drivers lap times and race progress across all sessions this weekend.