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Formula König

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Formula König
CategorySingle seaters
CountryGermany Germany
Inaugural season1988
Last Drivers' championGermany Ronny Wechselberger
Last Teams' championGermany Böhm Motorsport

Formula König was an open wheel racing series based in Germany and sponsored by German automobile company König Komfort- und Rennsitze GmbH (König comfort and racing seats GmbH). It ran from 1988 to 2004 as a single-seater feeder series. Its most famous champion was seven-time Formula One world champion, Michael Schumacher.

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Season Champion Team Champion
1988 Germany Michael Schumacher Germany Hoecker Sportwagenservice
1989 Germany Thomas Winkelhock Germany König Motorsport
1990 Germany Herbert Füngeling Germany König Motorsport
1991 Germany Dirk Kisters Germany Clever Automobil Club
1992 Germany Marian Hamprecht Germany H&R Spezialfedern
1993 Germany Jörg Bergmeister Germany Farnbacher Racing
1994 Germany Bernd Friedrich Germany Lohmann Motorsport
1995 Australia Richard McLeod Germany Schlag Rennsport
1996 Germany Thomas Mühlenz Germany Kern Motorsport
1997 Germany Thomas Mühlenz no data
1998 Netherlands Elran Nijenhuis
1999 Belgium Benoit Allart Germany Böhm Motorsport
2000 Austria Bernhard Auinger Germany Motopark Academy
2001 Germany Thomas Westarp Germany Kern Motorsport
2002 Germany Jochen Nerpel Germany RS Racing Team
2003 Austria Franz Kuncic Germany Kern Motorsport
2004 Germany Ronny Wechselberger Germany Böhm Motorsport

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