Eifelland was a German Formula One team, named after its German owner Günther Hennerici's caravan manufacturing company. Hennerici owned a successful business and in the beginning he saw racing as a great possibility to advertise his product. The name Eifelland was chosen after the Eifel mountains where Hennerici was born, which are located close to the Nürburgring.

Eifelland only participated in the FIA Formula One World Championship in the 1972 Formula One season. Their driver was German Rolf Stommelen, however the two soon suffered disagreements.

Activity: 1972
Grand Prix: 8
Best Result: 10th - R. Stommelen (Monaco / British 1972) 
Best Grid Position: 14th - R. Stommelen (Germany 1972)
Fastest Laps: 0
Championship Points: 0