DTM Norisring: Audi Sport quotes

Posted on 26. Jun, 2016 by in Audi Canada

Dr. Wolfgang Ullrich (Head of Audi Motorsport)

“Obviously, going home this weekend from a Norisring with dual victories in a pockets after 14 prolonged years is a dream. The whole patrol is impossibly happy about this. After Edoardo Mortara’s feat on Saturday, we pronounced that hopefully we’ve now shop-worn a spell. On Sunday, we valid that this was unequivocally a case. In a second race, it was literally a tad harder once more. But Nico (Müller) unequivocally pulled this off in autocratic style. we take my shawl off to his convincing opening and his cold manner. Unfortunately, as a team, we didn’t conduct to put a good particular performances on lane as well. But that does not lessen a dual victories.”

Dieter Gass (Head of DTM during Audi Sport)

“It was a illusory weekend for us. Winning twice during a Norisring after such a prolonged time though a feat for Audi is unequivocally special. we consider we can have a drink or dual on that. On Saturday, we even managed a one-two, nonetheless there were a few resources we’d have wished to have been different. Nico (Müller) gathering like an aged palm on Sunday. Simply superb. Now we have 7 DTM winners in a squad. Our fun of carrying clinched these dual victories clearly outweighs a fact that, generally on Sunday, we unsuccessful to measure points with a other cars. But many of a scenes we saw were standard of a Norisring.”

Edoardo Mortara (Castrol EDGE Audi RS 5 DTM #48) position 1 / position 8

“On a whole, we had a good weekend with a feat on Saturday and a sum of 29 points. The Norisring used to be a lane that didn’t fit us well. But this year, we showed good formula here. I’m happy about being a initial motorist to applaud dual victories this season. My idea continues to be staying focused, extracting a extent from a automobile and celebrating even some-more wins. This year, however, that’s intensely formidable since a whole margin has spin even closer.”

Nico Müller (Playboy Audi RS 5 DTM #51) position 21 / position 1

“The weekend was an romantic drum coaster for me but, obviously, a certain impressions transcend a disastrous ones. On Saturday, we sealed a behind spindle and slid into ‘Rocky.’ And we wasn’t even about to conflict him! we mislaid points and busted his competition usually like mine. To come behind on Sunday was fantastic. We had a clever subordinate event and were unequivocally quick in a race. My frank interjection to a team! They gave me a automobile that was quick and, strategically, were constantly on tip of things. Plus, a array stop was fast. You can’t ask for some-more than that. Paying it behind this approach and observant interjection to a group for a tough work simply feels great. And station on a tip of a lectern usually creates we addictive anyway. That’s because we’re going to keep pulling all a way!”

Jamie Green (Hoffmann Group Audi RS 5 DTM #53) position 2 / retirement

“Saturday was a good day. After position 3 in qualifying, we benefited in a competition from events in front of me and was happy with second place. On Sunday, we was hampered by slower cars in subordinate and didn’t find a good lap. Even in my second outing, we wasn’t means to urge my path time. we was usually dual tenths of a second from pole, though that put me in position 16! Starting from such a position on a grid always creates for problems in a race. Most of a time, we was using tighten to Martin Tomczyk who finished tenth. we attempted to pass António Félix da Costa though he kept shutting a doorway until both of a cars were shop-worn and we was forced to retire. It was a severe Sunday though during slightest we scored 18 points this weekend.”

Adrien Tambay (Speedweek.com Audi RS 5 DTM #27) position 7 / ostracism of a classification

“A certain weekend. Except for a initial subordinate session, we were always fast. We had a good competition on Saturday and managed to make adult many positions. On Sunday, if it hadn’t been for a problems during a array stop and da Costa attack me, a lectern would have been possible. The gait is right during a moment. Now I’m anticipating for happening to be on a side for a change. We’re going to continue operative with concentration. I’m looking brazen to Zandvoort and wish for some-more points and some-more podiums.”

Miguel Molina (Teufel Audi RS 5 DTM #17) position 18 / position 14

“My weekend wasn’t perfect. But we always try to take home some positives. On Sunday, we started from position 22 and modernized to 14th place. That was a flattering good recovery. We know that things during a Norisring are always quite parsimonious and that this is not my favorite weekend. Now I’m meditative about Zandvoort and wish to be stronger there again and to measure good points for a championship.”

Timo Scheider (AUTO BILD MOTORSPORT Audi RS 5 DTM #10) position 17 / position 16

“On Saturday, we had a tough time in subordinate again and didn’t spike it down. That’s because some-more wasn’t probable in a race. On Sunday, subordinate was clearly improved following a vital acclimatisation of a car. The conditions in both sessions was really tight. I’ve never seen anything like it in 16 years of DTM. Even a few thousandths of a second mostly done a disproportion between several positions. Due to a starting bottom for a second race, we had hopes for points but, unfortunately, they were broken shortly before a finish of a race. The pace, however, wasn’t so bad. That’s what we’re holding home as a certain from this weekend.”

Mike Rockenfeller (Schaeffler Audi RS 5 DTM #99) position 19 / ostracism from a classification

“The initial competition on Saturday was over fast for me. we consider positions 5 and 6 would have been probable for Nico (Müller) and me. But I’m not dissapoint with him. He came to see me immediately after a competition to apologize. These things can occur when you’re pushing during a limit. we had large skeleton for Sunday but, after a good giveaway use session, there wasn’t a lot that was probable in qualifying. In a competition we modernized as a outcome of many incidents. Timo (Scheider) and we were using in positions 10 and eleven. When we attempted to pass him in a final spin there was a disagreement that I’m obliged for. What happened to Nico on Saturday happened to me on Sunday. Unfortunately, we mislaid 3 grid positions for Zandvoort as a outcome of a incident. we can usually apologize to Timo and marker a weekend adult to knowledge – and, of course, honour Edo (Mortara) and Nico (Müller) on their victories. It’s good that they managed to win for Audi during a Norisring after such a prolonged time. Personally, we usually have to demeanour ahead.”

Mattias Ekström (Red Bull Audi RS 5 DTM #5) retirement / retirement

“I’m really happy with my gait in subordinate though going home from a Norisring though points is really disappointing. we can usually marker a weekend adult to knowledge and demeanour ahead. Zandvoort is one of a races we always like. We’re going to ready for it good and try to strike back.”

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