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Tulln-Langenlebarn

Tulln was an operational airfield a mile from the River Danube that held a European Formula 2 race for the first five years of the championship.

Tulln was an operational airfield a mile from the River Danube that held a European Formula 2 race for the first five years of the championship. Facilities were rudimentary, with straw bales marking the course. Local hero Jochen Rindt obliged the crowds by winning the first three events, and Ronnie Peterson’s victory in the circuit’s final race came as many others spun out in the heavy rain.

Circuit

1966 - 1971

Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.78 (Miles)

Fastest Race Lap

Francois Cevert (Tecno TF70-Ford), 1m01.6, 104.026 mph, F2, 1970

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Ronnie Peterson (March 712M-Ford), 1m00.48, 105.952 mph, F2, 1971

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