Title:Homburger Bergrennen
Tracklength:2600 metres
Elevation change:85 metres (3,7%)
Altitude finishline:360 metres
GPS coordinates:49° 19′ 15.5994″ – 7° 22′ 48.72″
Fastest Time:3:17,545 (3 runs)
Average Speed:142,14 km/h

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Bergrennen Homburg – List of Winners
15-16/07/2006Patrik ZajelsnikOsella PA203:30,295Results
14-15/07/2007Jörg WeidingerOsella PA20/S3:33,930Results
19-20/07/2008Marcel SteinerMartini MK773:28,736Results
18-19/07/2009Jörg WeidingerOsella PA20/S3:34,447Results
17-18/07/2010Uwe LangOsella PA20/S3:30,404Results
16-17/07/2011Uwe LangOsella PA20/S2:44,584Results
14-15/07/2012David HauserDallara GP22:31,348Results
13-14/07/2013Guy DemuthOsella FA303:23,535Results
12-13/07/2014Timo BernhardPorsche 911 GT32:43,745Results
11-12/07/2015Tommy RollingerOsella FA30 Zytek3:25,640Results
16-17/07/2016David HauserDallara GP23:17,545Results
15-16/07/2017Uwe LangOsella PA20/S3:26,237Results

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As part of Saarland, Homburg has spent many years during the 20th century seperated from Germany. The small state wedged between Luxembourg and France was hotly contested after both world wars because of its large coal industry. The most exciting monument that traces the industrial heritage of the Saarland is the Völklinger Hütte in Saarbrücken. It is an old ironworks that was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 1994. There is also the miningmuseum in Bexbach very near to Homburg.
Saarbrücken is the capital of the Saarland and lies some 35km to the southwest of Homburg. It is the cultural centre of the Saarland and most museums and monuments can be found there.

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