Hubert Hahne, German racing driver, Died at 84

Racing driver Hubert Hahne was born on March 28, 1935, and died on April 24, 2019.

He a former racing driver from Germany.

He is the older brother of Armin Hahne, as well as the uncle of Jörg van Ommen.

Hahne took part in five Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, two of those in the driver’s seat of Formula Two vehicles, and one non-Championship Formula One race.

He was effective in touring as a driver, including the European Touring Car Championship.

In 1966, he hustled a BMW New Class 2000TI.

During the six-hour “Großer Preis der Tourenwagen’ on July 3, 1966, an Alfa Romeo GTA had brought down the Nürburgring visiting vehicle race lap record to 10:08.9.

Following a month, in a help race for the 1966 German Grand Prix, Hahne was the first to lap the Nürburgring in less than 10 minutes in a visiting vehicle, in 9:58.5.

Hubert Hahne passed away at 84 years old.