Audi Sport TT Cup in Franconian Monaco

Posted on 21. Jun, 2016 by in Audi Canada

The competition weekend during a severe city travel circuit in Nuremberg has special stress for a organizational group of a Audi Sport TT Cup. It is a home turn for a code with a 4 rings and promises to broach retaining motorsport again. “Last year, a spectators saw dual stirring races with many illusory duels,” says Project Leader Philipp Mondelaers. “Only a sleet on Saturday put a slight check on a mood. Hopefully, a whole weekend will be dry this year.”

With 3 victories in 4 races a South African Sheldon outpost der Linde is a widespread supporter during a moment. Two drivers are sneaking behind a 17-year-old altogether leader: Dennis Marschall, who finished final deteriorate in third place, and Joonas Lappalainen from Finland. Having clinched lectern places during Hocken­heim and during a Nürburgring, both drivers have demonstrated their ambitions for a title. Now, they are set on holding advantage of their knowledge from a Audi Sport TT Cup’s initial deteriorate on a 2.3-kilometer high-speed track. “The Norisring is a good circuit requiring a lot of discipline. As there are most no run-off areas a lane commands high thoroughness of a field,” says Chris Reinke, Head of Audi Sport patron racing.

In a guest entrants’ classification, Bundesliga manager Michael Henke will be battling for victory. The 59-year-old’s career includes stints as partner manager of Borussia Dortmund and FC Bayern München. Since 2013, Henke has been active in this purpose during FC Ingolstadt.

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