Audi with strongest ever Norisring showing

Posted on 07. Jul, 2019 by in Audi Canada

In a past, a 2.3 kilometer city travel circuit between a Dutzendteich Lake and a Max Morlock Stadium valid to be a formidable lane for a code with a 4 rings during many events. This has altered with a new Audi RS 5 DTM: The Class 1 competition automobile with some-more than 610 horsepower pennyless all annals in a initial deployment during a Norisring. Audi was in front in both giveaway use sessions, clinched stick position on both days, 4 of 6 probable lectern finishes and a largest series of points. In addition, a new turbo competition automobile set new lane annals in subordinate (René Rast) and in a competition (Nico Müller).

In Sunday’s race, all 6 factory-fielded Audi RS 5 DTM cars finished in a tip 8 and so in a points. Just 4 weeks after his appendix surgery, four-time Norisring leader Jamie Green distinguished a successful quip as a runner-up. “Unfortunately, we had to let Philipp Eng pass again after slight contact,” pronounced a Briton from Audi Sport Team Rosberg. “As a result, we mislaid a lot of time and fell behind a successive winner, Bruno Spengler. Even so, it was a good competition for me.”

Mike Rockenfeller from Audi Sport Team Phoenix fought behind from eleventh on a grid to third place. For a 2013 DTM Champion, this noted a initial DTM lectern during a Norisring. “It’s cold to mount on a soap-box here,” “Rocky” pronounced after a lectern rite achieved by Prince Albert of Monaco, a Bavarian Minister President Markus Söder and ski star Thomas Dreßen. “My automobile was unequivocally good. we was means to pass many opponents and had a lot of fun in a race. After struggling here many of a time in a past, all of us during Audi can be really unapproachable of this outcome. We were intensely clever this weekend.”

After timid from Saturday’s race, Robin Frijns from Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline in fourth position only hardly missed a podium. Loïc Duval, following a confidant one-stop plan on path one, finished sixth.

René Rast and Nico Müller had to settle for positions 7 and 8 on Sunday nonetheless both had started a competition from a front row. The dual Audi drivers had hapless hit with any other on a initial lap. Due to a ensuing spin, Rast forsaken to a final position and Müller was handed a drive-through penalty.

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