PCCD: Thomas Preining scores fourth win of a deteriorate during a Nürburgring

Posted on 05. Aug, 2018 by in Porsche Canada

Preining (BWT Lechner Racing) crossed a finish line initial opposite 43 rivals during Sunday’s competition on a Nürburgring, that was contested together with a Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia. As a result, he slashed a opening to a championship personality Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing) to usually 9 points. “I won a scurry to a initial dilemma during a start and that was decisive. Shortly before a dwindle we had to path some slower competitors, though we stayed focussed and we didn’t let it highlight me out,” pronounced Preining. Behind a 20-year-old’s Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, Ammermüller took a dwindle in second place, with third place going to Jaap outpost Lagen (Förch Racing) from a Netherlands.

The German and Scandinavian one-make competition array lined adult on a grid together this weekend. In fever and a heat of 25-degrees Celsius, a 44 drivers from eleven countries treated fans to some retaining competition movement in a hilly Eifel region. Preining took adult a competition from stick position and shielded his lead to a flag. Over a whole 19-lap distance, a Austrian competition motorist from Linz refused to relinquish his front mark and crossed a finish line dual seconds forward of Ammermüller. The gifted youngster perceived a prize for his fourth win of a deteriorate from a former WRC champion Stig Blomqvist. Preining’s teammate headed into a competition from a third grid mark and with a mortar start kick outpost Lagen in a scurry to a initial corner. The German competition motorist thereafter proceeded to gradually lift transparent of his competitors. “My start was great. Afterwards we attempted to keep adult with Thomas Preining though he was simply too fast,” pronounced Ammermüller.


Michael Ammermüller, Walter Lechner jr., Thomas Preining, Jaap von Lagen, l-r, Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland, competition 6, Nürburgring, 2018, Porsche AG

Michael Ammermüller, Walter Lechner jr., Thomas Preining, Jaap von Lagen, l-r

Van Lagen reached a dwindle 4.7 seconds behind a 32-year-old. “Ammermüller gathering to a outward after a start and so he was on a improved line in a second corner. Still, dual podiums in one weekend is a super result,” pronounced outpost Lagen. Marius Nakken (MRS GT-Racing) distinguished his best outcome of a 2018 season. The Norwegian cumulative fourth place on Germany’s tradition-steeped racetrack after successfully fending off 10 Voorde (Team Deutsche Post by Project 1). Although a Dutchman put Nakken underneath augmenting vigour in a final laps, a 24-year-old gave him no possibility to overtake.

Sixth place on a 3.629-kilometre scurry lane of a Nürburgring went to Henric Skoog (Raceunion) from Sweden, with Robert Lukas (PL/Förch Racing) claiming seventh forward of Toni Wolf (D/Car Collection Motorsport). Gustav Malja (S/Team Deutsche Post by Project 1) was a best rookie on ninth place. Igor Walilko (Raceunion) from Poland dull off a tip ten. The best motorist in a pledge difficulty was Carlos Rivas (Black Falcon Team TMD Friction) from Luxembourg. Behind him came a dual German drivers from a Cito Pretiosa team, Stefan Rehkopf and Jörn Schmidt-Staade.

After dual wins from 6 races, Ammermüller still binds initial place in a championship with 123 points. Preining lies second 9 points behind. Ten Voorde ranks third with 80 points. The best motorist in a rookie difficulty is Dylan Pereira (L/Lechner Racing) with 109 points. Schmidt-Staade leads a pledge sequence after earning 136 points.

1. Thomas Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing)
2. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing)
3. Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Förch Racing)
4. Marius Nakken (N/MRS GT-Racing)
5. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team Deutsche Post by Project 1)
6. Henric Skoog (S/Raceunion)
7. Robert Lukas (PL/Förch Racing)
8. Toni Wolf (D/Car Collection Motorsport)
9. Gustav Malja (S/Team Deutsche Post by Project 1)
10. Igor Walilko (PL/Raceunion)

“It felt good to browbeat a race. Starting from stick position and removing divided good off a line valid decisive, and we managed to urge my lead opposite a 43 other competitors,” pronounced Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing). Second place on a Eifel racetrack went to Jaap outpost Lagen (Förch Racing) from a Netherlands. His compatriot Larry 10 Voorde (Team Deutsche Post by Project 1) finished a lectern after clinching third in his 485 hp Porsche 911 GT3 Cup.

After a mythological Porsche Carrera World Cup in 2011, a German one-make crater was assimilated by a Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia for a second time. 44 drivers from eleven countries treated engine racing fans in a grandstands to retaining duels and many overtaking manoeuvres. In fever and a heat of 30 degrees Celsius, Preining converted his stick position into a lead. Over a march of a race, a youngster from Linz in Austria gradually pulled transparent from a rest of a field. After 19 laps, Preining swept over a finish line 5.9 seconds forward of outpost Lagen. The 20-year-old was handed a prize on a lectern by a former WRC champion Stig Blomqvist. Porsche dilettante outpost Lagen took adult a competition from a second grid mark and shielded his position to a flag. “My devise was to pass Thomas Preining during a start, though we didn’t get off a line as good and thereafter Thomas was too fast. I’ll conflict again on Sunday,” pronounced outpost Lagen.

Spirited charges

Dutch racer 10 Voorde distinguished his third lectern outcome so distant this season. The 21-year-old crossed a finish line 2.8 seconds bashful of outpost Lagen. “Unfortunately we done a mistake during a start and mislaid dual positions. The gaps among a midfielders were tight. we kept pulling and managed to take behind third place,” pronounced 10 Voorde. Fourth was assigned by Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing). Taking adult a competition from ninth, a stream personality of a champion done adult 5 places over a march of a race. Sweden’s Henric Skoog from Team Raceunion came fifth.

Dylan Pereira (L/Lechner Racing) also put in a energetic charge: The 21-year-old started from twelfth on a grid and resolved a competition on sixth place. This creates Pereira a best rookie on a 3.629-kilometre scurry lane of a Nürburgring. Seventh place went to 24-year-old Marius Nakken (MRS GT-Racing) from Norway, followed by Robert Lukas (PL/Förch Racing) on P8. Carlos Rivas (L/Black Falcon Team TMD Friction) took initial place in a pledge class, with Jörn Schmidt-Staade (D/Cito Pretiosa) on second and his German teammate Stefan Rehkopf on third.

In a championship, Ammermüller still ranks initial after 5 races. After dual victories, a 32-year-old has warranted 103 points. Preining sits second 14 points in arrears. Third place is assigned by 10 Voorde. The motorist from Boekelo in a Netherlands has 69 points to his credit.

1. Thomas Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing)
2. Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Förch Racing)
3. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team Deutsche Post by Project 1)
4. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing)
5. Henric Skoog (S/Raceunion)
6. Dylan Pereira (L/Lechner Racing)
7. Marius Nakken (N/MRS GT-Racing)
8. Robert Lukas (PL/Förch Racing)
9. Toni Wolf (D/Car Collection Motorsport)
10. Lukas Ertl (D/Raceunion)

Driver classification

1. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), 123 points
2. Thomas Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing), 114 points
3. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team Deutsche Post by Project 1), 80 points

The subsequent dual rounds of a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland will also be contested on a Nürburgring. The inhabitant one-make crater will contest for a initial time in a story as support to a AvD Oldtimer Grand Prix from 10-12 August. The classical automobile festival is one of a world’s many renouned events for ancestral vehicles.

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