PMSC: Ammermüller claims stick position in a Royal Park of Monza

Posted on 01. Sep, 2018 by in Porsche Canada

During qualifying, a German Michael Ammermüller (BWT Lechner Racing) lapped a Autodromo Nazionale Monza in northern Italy in a time of 1:49.551 mins to explain stick position. “Because of a sleet on Friday, we took unequivocally small information from giveaway use into a qualifying. I’m gratified with stick position, quite given a initial dilemma is unequivocally tight. The serve adult a margin we are, a reduction risk there is of a collision,” pronounced Ammermüller, a stream personality of a championship. Lining adult subsequent to him on a front grid quarrel is a 485 hp Porsche 911 GT3 Cup driven by Porsche Junior Thomas Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing). Italian Mattia Drudi (Dinamic Motorsport) takes adult a competition on Sunday in front of home crowds from a third grid spot.

After sleet fell on a storied racetrack tighten to Milan in a morning, by a time a subordinate began a object had come out with temperatures reaching 19 degrees Celsius. Preining gathering a fastest path after 5 minutes, however internal favourite Drudi slashed a 20-year-old’s tip time twice. For a wilful 8 mins of a half-hour session, all 31 drivers switched to uninformed tyres. Spectators on a Formula 1 grandstands were treated to a retaining session, that was usually motionless in a final mins of a qualifying. Twenty-year-old Drudi posted another fastest path though was usually during a tip of a time sheets for a matter of seconds. In his final drifting lap, Ammermüller clocked a best time of a day. Porsche Junior Preining also put in a peppery gait shortly before a finish of a session. In a time of 1:49.687 minutes, a competition motorist from Linz in Austria claimed a second grid spot. “I have zero to remove in a championship and I’ll put on some critical vigour to get forward in a race. Second on a grid is a ideal starting position to do this,” pronounced Preining.

Michael Ammermüller will start from position one

At his home race, Drudi will tackle a competition on Sunday from third on a grid. The 20-year-old set his fastest path time in 1:49.752 minutes. “Recently I’ve achieved improved in a competition than in qualifying. That creates me optimistic. To win during Monza would be a dream come true,” settled Drudi. Occupying a fourth grid mark on a 5.793-kilometre racetrack is Zaid Ashkanani (MRS GT-Racing) from Kuwait. Nick Yelloly (GB/Fach Auto Tech) starts from position 5 forward of Florian Latorre (F/martinet by ALMERAS). Heading into a competition on a high-speed circuit in Monza’s Royal Park from seventh on a grid is Dutchman Larry 10 Voorde (Team Project 1), with a eighth grid mark taken by Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Fach Auto Tech). The fastest in a ProAm difficulty was Roar Lindland (Lechner Racing Middle East) from Norway.

Three drivers competition their home competition in a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup this weekend. The Italians Drudi (Misano Adriatico), Gianmarco Quaresmini (Castegnato) and Alberto Cerqui (Preseglie) all expostulate for a Dinamic Motorsport squad. The group is formed in a city of Reggio Emilia in northern Italy.

1. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), 1:49.551 minutes
2. Thomas Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing), 1:49.687 minutes
3. Mattia Drudi (I/Dinamic Motorsport), 1:49.752 minutes
4. Zaid Ashkanani (KWT/MRS GT-Racing), 1:49.882 minutes
5. Nick Yelloly (GB/Fach Auto Tech), 1:50.109 minutes
6. Florian Latorre (F/martinet by ALMERAS), 1:50.120 minutes
7. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team Project 1), 1:50.165 minutes
8. Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Fach Auto Tech), 1:50.219 minutes
9. Mikkel O. Pedersen (DK/MRS GT-Racing), 1:50.241 minutes
10. Al Faisal Al Zubair (OMN/Lechner Racing Middle East), 1:50.324 minutes

Round 8 of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup takes off during 12.10 hrs internal time on Sunday. As a use to fans, a competition can be watched around live timing and web radio on Eurosport broadcasts a competition in some-more than 60 countries. Moreover, a TV channel Sky front a general one-make crater array live in both a UK and Italy.

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