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Jacques Laffite 2. The sheer size of the circuit also meant that weather and track conditions around it could vary wildly with some sections dry and others wet, making a safe choice of tyres difficult or impossible.
Two weeks previously, a fatal crash at Flugplatz had occurred during practice for a Formula Super-Vee race which, according to Autosport , was the st fatality at the Nürburgring over its year history.
For these reasons, it had been decided even before the race that after nearly half a century, it would be the last German Grand Prix held on the old Nürburgring and the last on the Nordschleife section.
Defending world champion Niki Lauda , who was also the current season's points leader, was not impressed with safety conditions on the leviathan German circuit, especially since the forecast called for rain.
He attempted to arrange a boycott of the race, but the other drivers voted against it by just one vote, and the race went ahead. The race weekend began with some changes to the drivers' lineup: Jacky Ickx was fired from the Walter Wolf Racing team and was replaced by Arturo Merzario , and a new team was present, Scuderia Rondini , which bought an old Tyrrell for Alessandro Pesenti-Rossi.
RAM was going to run Rolf Stommelen in one of its ex-works Brabham BT44s , but in the middle of the practice session, the local police impounded the cars because of a legal action by former driver Loris Kessel , and as a result, Stommelen transferred to the works Brabham team to drive a spare Alfa-Romeo -powered BT In , Lauda had been the first and only driver to break the seven-minute mark.
Fans were looking forward to whether he or others could repeat this after the technical rules had been changed, with the disappearance of the high air boxes being the most visible difference.
Due to wet conditions on Saturday, the grid was already determined in Friday qualifying, with plus lap times similar to those of The weather turned to wet before the race, so most drivers started the race on wet tyres, except Jochen Mass, who, having much experience at the Nürburgring and expecting a change for better weather, decided to use dry weather tyres.
At the start, Regazzoni took the lead while both Hunt and Lauda fell back. Hunt took second, third was a fast-starting Mass, fourth was Laffite who took advantage from the fact that Stuck's car had been pushed off the grid with a clutch problem although the German started at the back of the field.
In the course of the first lap, Regazzoni spun and dropped to fourth. At the end of the lap, the weather changed back to dry and most drivers pitted for dry tyres, leaving Mass with the second place behind Peterson, who decided to go on wet tyres for another lap.
At the end of lap two, Mass was in front, with Gunnar Nilsson who had not stopped in second place and Hunt third. Lauda had also changed his tyres after lap one and was trying hard to make up for the lost time.
Just after the fast left kink before the Bergwerk right hand curve, his Ferrari T2 snapped to the right and spun through the fencing into an earth bank.
The car bounced back onto the track, enveloped in flames. All three drivers stopped and tried to get Lauda out of the flames and they were joined by Merzario, who stopped his Wolf Williams after seeing the wreck.
Lauda had suffered serious burns and was rushed by helicopter to the Bundeswehr hospital in Koblenz ; from there he was flown to the Trauma Clinic in Ludwigshafen , home to Germany's most advanced burn ward at the time, where he fought for his life for the next few days.
Most cars had assembled at the crash site, being unable to pass by on the narrow track. The race had been stopped after the accident, and at the restart only 20 of the 24 starters remained, although Chris Amon decided not to start the race again.
The rain had gone and Hunt passed Regazzoni, Scheckter, Depailler, and Pace to take the lead for good. At the Flugplatz, Peterson lost control of his March and crashed heavily, while Regazzoni had another spin and Depailler went off, avoiding the Ferrari.
Pace overtook Scheckter and ended the first lap in second place.