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*cough* post-2002 Hockenheim *cough* Before I get comments that "Old Hockenheim was boring, too long and blah", let me explain. The whole reason it was shortened was to keep the track on the calender. Because they were removing trees to make the new circuit, they tore the old one up and planted the trees there. And there's an Irony to this... What's that irony you ask? Well, because they were making a new track AND tearing down the old one, along with pulling and planting trees, Hockenheimring nearly went bankrupt. As a result, they now have to alternate with the Nurburgring. Demolishing a classic track for a Tilkedrome that's only used once every two years? What a failure...

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