1926 German Grand Prix
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|Date||11 July 1926|
|Official name||I GROßER PREIS VON DEUTSCHLAND|
|Location||AVUS, Berlin, Germany|
|Course||Permanent racing facility|
|Course length||19.565 km (12.157 mi)|
|Distance||20 laps, 391.308 km (243.148 mi)|
|Driver||Ferdinando Minoia||OM 665|
The 1926 race was marred by an accident involving driver Adolf Rosenberger, whose car crashed into one of the marshals' huts, killing three people.
The German Grand Prix would not return to the AVUS track until 1959.
- Fastest lap: Ferdinando Minoia 7'17.0