PCCD: Ammermüller wins violent competition during a Norisring

Posted on 08. Jul, 2019 by in Porsche Canada

Race 8

“Honestly, I’d already speculated that a rivals in front of me couldn’t finish a competition on this slight travel course, but, of course, we didn’t pattern such a ideal outcome,” pronounced Ammermüller. Behind his 485 hp Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, Leon Köhler (D/MSG/HRT Motorsport) and Porsche Junior Julien Andlauer (F/BWT Lechner Racing) crossed a finish line in positions dual and three. 

Henric Skoog (Overdrive Racing by Huber) took off into a competition run as support to a DTM from stick position. At a start, a Swede shielded himself opposite his dual teammates Larry 10 Voorde (Netherlands) and Igor Walilko from Poland. The essential stage of a competition came in a 21st lap: As a contingent entered a initial corner, their vehicles collided. The reserve automobile was deployed and a competition for a 3 Huber drivers came to an early end. The many to advantage was Ammermüller. The seasoned dilettante pulled past, snatched a lead, and hold on to it until a flag. Karsten Sohns, CFO of Porsche Deutschland GmbH, presented him with his winner’s trophy. For 19-year-old Köhler of a Team MSG/HRT Motorsport, second place noted his initial lectern outcome in a German Carrera Cup. “Of march we profited from a retirements, though I’m unequivocally happy with this result. There’s zero improved than hire on a podium,” pronounced an ecstatic Köhler. 

Prior to a heading trio’s accident, Porsche Junior Andlauer was in fourth place. To equivocate a crash, a 20-year-old had to snake far-reaching and was incompetent to urge his position from Ammermüller and Köhler. “It’s a good outcome for a championship. If we hadn’t have left so far-reaching after a collision we could have won,” explained Andlauer. Fourth place went to Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Förch Racing), with Porsche Junior Jaxon Evans (Team Project 1 – JBR) on fifth. “The atmosphere here during a Norisring was truly fantastic. we managed to make adult 4 places, and we had a good time,” pronounced Evans. Behind a New Zealander, David Kolkmann (D/Black Falcon), Luca Rettenbacher (A/MSG/HRT Motorsport) and Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer (F/Lechner Racing Team) claimed positions 6 to eight.

Matthias Jeserich (CARTECH Motorsport by Nigrin) distinguished his initial feat in a pledge category on a 2.3-kilometre travel course. The German won forward of Andreas Sczepansky (D/QA Racing by Kurt Ecke Motorsport) and Carlos Rivas (L/Black Falcon Team Textar). Despite his retirement, 10 Voorde still leads a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland with 123 points, 4.5 points forward of second-placed Andlauer. Ammermüller (100.5 points) ranks third in a championship after 8 races. Evans is a best rookie with 123.5 points. With 147.5 points to his credit, Rivas leads a pledge classification. 

Result competition 8:

1. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing)
2. Leon Köhler (D/MSG/HRT Motorsport)
3. Julien Andlauer (F/BWT Lechner Racing)
4. Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Förch Racing)
5. Jaxon Evans (NZ/Team Project 1 – JBR)
6. David Kolkmann (D/Black Falcon)
7. Luca Rettenbacher (A/MSG/HRT Motorsport)
8. Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer (F/Lechner Racing Team)
9. Sandro Kaibach (D/MSG/HRT Motorsport)
10. Nicolas Schöll (A/Team Allied-Racing)

Points’ standings after 8 of 16 races:

Drivers’ classification
1. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Overdrive Racing by Huber), 123 points
2. Julien Andlauer (F/BWT Lechner Racing), 118.5 points
3. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), 100.5 points

Rookie classification
1. Jaxon Evans (NZ/Team Project 1 – JBR), 123.5 points
2. Leon Köhler (D/MSG/HRT Motorsport), 118 points 
3. Berkay Besler (TR/Car Collection Motorsport), 100 points

Amateur classification
1. Carlos Rivas (L/Black Falcon Team Textar), 147.5 points
2. Stefan Rehkopf (D/Huber Racing), 135 points
3. Matthias Jeserich (D/CARTECH Motorsport by Nigrin), 91 points

Race 7

Round 7 of a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland on a Norisring treated spectators to some action-packed racing to a final corner. In Saturday’s race, Porsche Junior Julien Andlauer (F/BWT Lechner Racing) outpaced a 29-strong margin on a travel circuit of Nuremberg. His German teammate Michael Ammermüller and associate Porsche Junior Jaxon Evans (NZ/Team Project 1 – JBR) assimilated him on a podium. “After my birthday on Friday, this feat is a smashing gift. To start from fourth on a grid and win was unequivocally tough,” pronounced Andlauer, gay with his second win of a deteriorate in a 485 hp Porsche 911 GT3 Cup.

The seventh competition of a deteriorate run as partial of a DTM weekend was contested in prohibited temperatures of 30 degrees Celsius. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Overdrive Racing by Huber) headed into a competition from stick position and was immediately put underneath vigour by Ammermüller. This resulted in a dual cars touching. Henric Skoog (S/Overdrive Racing by Huber) grabbed a possibility and swept into a lead. Ten Voorde, however, soon done a countermove in a initial lap. Shortly afterwards, Andlauer, Ammermüller and Evans also overtook Skoog. In path 15, Andlauer took a lead after squeezing past a motorist from Boekelo during a exit of a hairpin during a Dutzendteich. The vehicles done contact, that signalled an early finish for 10 Voorde after his automobile postulated repairs to a suspension. Although drizzle set in towards a finish of a race, Andlauer brought home a protected victory. 

His teammate Ammermüller finished a 31-lap competition on second. “My start was super, though unfortunately Larry 10 Voorde and we touched. Had this not happened we consider we could have won,” pronounced Ammermüller. Porsche Junior Evans came out on tip in a extreme duel for third opposite Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer (F/Lechner Racing Team). The New Zealander was anxious with his second lectern outcome so distant this season: “Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer put me underneath measureless pressure. The quarrel was outrageous fun. It feels superb to finally finish in a tip 3 again after Hockenheim.”

Fifth place went to Skoog forward of Leon Köhler (D/MSG/HRT Motorsport), a best motorist in a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland Talent Pool, and Luca Rettenbacher (A/MSG/HRT Motorsport). Igor Walilko (PL/Overdrive Racing by Huber) crossed a finish line on a 2.3-kilometre racetrack in eighth. Victory in a pledge category went to Stefan Rehkopf (Huber Racing). Trailing a German were Georgi Donchev (BG/Huber Racing) and Carlos Rivas (L/Black Falcon Team Textar). For Richard Wagner, a doubleheader eventuality on a Norisring is a prominence on a competition calendar. The 19-year-old comes from a city of Amberg, usually 70 kilometres from Nuremberg. Wagner took a dwindle in 13th in a automobile with a special livery: a red and white pattern and a trademark of a German Football Club 1. FC Nürnberg. 

Karsten Sohns also witnesses a races this weekend on Germany’s usually travel circuit. The CFO of Porsche Deutschland GmbH watched a competition live and presented Andlauer with a winner’s prize on a podium. Ten Voorde still leads a championship after 7 races with 123 points. Second-placed Andlauer managed to revoke a opening interjection to his win and now has 102.5 points to his credit. Ammermüller ranks third with 75.5 points.

The eighth competition of a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland takes place on Sunday during 11:15am also as support to a DTM during a Norisring. For a initial time in his career, Henric Skoog starts from stick position. The German TV hire Sport1 broadcasts a competition live. 

Result competition 7:

1. Julien Andlauer (F/BWT Lechner Racing)
2. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing)
3. Jaxon Evans (NZ/Team Project 1 – JBR)
4. Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer (F/Lechner Racing Team)
5. Henric Skoog (S/Overdrive Racing by Huber)
6. Leon Köhler (D/MSG/HRT Motorsport)
7. Luca Rettenbacher (A/MSG/HRT Motorsport)
8. Igor Walilko (PL/Overdrive Racing by Huber)
9. Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Förch Racing)
10. David Kolkmann (D/Black Falcon)


For races 9 and ten, a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland travels opposite a German limit for a initial time this season: from 9 to 11 August, a inhabitant one-make crater heads to a Zandvoort Circuit in a Netherlands. Larry 10 Voorde (Boekelo) and Jaap outpost Lagen (Ede) will tackle a competition on a North Sea lane in front of home crowds.

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