Emotional drum coaster for Audi Sport Team Phoenix in DTM opener

Posted on 05. May, 2019 by in Audi Canada

On Saturday, Mike Rockenfeller and Loïc Duval in sleet and cold came second and fifth in their dual Audi RS 5 DTM cars and supposing a group formed in Meuspath with a sum of 30 points. “Rocky” started from a front quarrel alongside Marco Wittmann in a BMW after carrying missed stick position by only 66 thousandths of a second. In a race, he was struggling with his initial set of tires. “Unlike in qualifying, we frequency had any grip,” says Rockenfeller. “I don’t know a reason. With a second set of tires, all was fine again, though during that time, feat was already lost. Still, it was a good deteriorate opener.”

On Sunday, a object was resplendent during Hockenheim, though not for a Phoenix squad. For both drivers of a team, a competition finished near-simultaneously: Rockenfeller had to park his Audi RS 5 DTM due to oil detriment and Duval slid into a sand trap of a Sachs Corner while using in sixth position. “My wheels sealed only unequivocally slightly,” says a Frenchman. “In any other territory of a track, zero would have happened. But in this spin we’re pushing unequivocally tighten to a edge, so this was a tiny mistake with a large effect. I’m unequivocally contemptible generally for a group since currently a lectern would have been possible.”

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