PMSC: Porsche Junior Preining wins on a Monza high-speed circuit

Posted on 02. Sep, 2018 by in Porsche Canada

Second place went to a stream championship personality Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), with third place assigned by Mattia Drudi (I/Dinamic Motorsport). “My start was perfect. we managed to stay subsequent to Ammermüller and took a bit of a risk with a late braking. At times a quarrel became heated, that creates me all a some-more gratified about my win,” pronounced Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing). Thus, a torment stays high streamer to a deteriorate culmination in Mexico, where a doubleheader will be contested with a sum total of 40 points adult for grabs. There, Ammermüller (119 points), Nick Yelloly (Fach Auto Tech, 114 points) and Preining (105 points) could be crowned champion.

In front of Formula 1 grandstands packaged with Tifosi, Preining done a wilful overtaking pierce right during a start. From second position, he had a inside line in a scurry to a initial dilemma opposite pole-sitter Ammermüller. However, when a lights went out, a 20-year-old immediately ducked to a outward line and astounded even his group colleague. Preining pulled forward in his Porsche 911 GT3 Cup to take a lead, and Ammermüller stranded tighten to his bumper. In a sixth and seventh lap, a German motorist launched an conflict on Preining during a finish of a start-finish straight. The Austrian, however, managed to successfully deflect off both advances to say his tip spot. In a final laps, Preining put some space between himself and his pursuer and took a dwindle after 14 laps as a winner. Ammermüller trailed him over a line 1.7 seconds later. “It’s special to start from stick position during Monza. You take adult a competition from a outward line and have to immediately cover a inside line. Later we managed to urge myself from Drudi and that cost me time. With an eye on a championship, second place is good, though we could have won today,” pronounced Ammermüller.

911 GT3 Cup, race, Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, Monza, 2018, Porsche AG

Second place went to a stream championship personality Michael Ammermüller

Drudi was delights with third place during his home race. Starting from a third grid spot, a Italian during times put Ammermüller underneath heated pressure. In a end, Drudi managed to move home his fourth lectern outcome of a season. “To competition in front of Italian fans is a illusory feeling. After we held Ammermüller we done a teenager blunder unfortunately. Ultimately we didn’t wish to imperil my third place by to a unsure manoeuvre,” pronounced a 20-year-old. Yelloly was means to make adult one position and crossed a finish line fourth forward of Dylan Pereira (Momo Megatron Lechner Racing). The Luxembourger achieved a tip speed of 270 kilometres per hour on a high-speed circuit – a fastest of all 30 drivers.

Sixth place on a storied 5.794-kilometre racetrack not distant from Milan went to Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Fach Auto Tech). In Monza’s Royal Park, Florian Latorre (F/martinet by ALMERAS) achieved seventh place as a best rookie. The many overtaking manoeuvres were carried out by his compatriot Julien Andlauer (martinet by ALMERAS): The Porsche Junior started from position 30 and resolved a competition in eighth place. “I knew it would be a marathon for me, so it was critical to hoop a tyres carefully. we consider we got a many out of my starting position,” pronounced a 19-year-old Andlauer. Roar Lindland (Lechner Racing Middle East) was anxious with his feat in a ProAm category. For a Norwegian, this outlines his sixth win in this class.

911 GT3 Cup, race, Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, Monza, 2018, Porsche AG

The many overtaking manoeuvres were carried out by Julien Andlauer

Three drivers from a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup raced in front of home crowds this weekend: Aside from Drudi from Misano Adriatico, Alberto Cerqui from Preseglie and Gianmarco Quaresmini (Castegnato) also gathering vehicles fielded by Dinamic Motorsport. Cerqui scored ninth place, with Quaresmini claiming position 13. The Dinamic Motorsport patrol has a domicile in a northern Italian city of Reggio Emilia.

Monza, competition 8 of 10
1. Thomas Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing)
2. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing)
3. Mattia Drudi (I/Dinamic Motorsport)
4. Nick Yelloly (GB/Fach Auto Tech)
5. Dylan Pereira (L/Momo Megatron Lechner Racing)
6. Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Fach Auto Tech)
7. Florian Latorre (F/martinet by ALMERAS)
8. Julien Andlauer (F/martinet by ALMERAS)
9. Alberto Cerqui (I/Dinamic Motorsport)
10. Richard Heistand (USA/MRS GT-Racing)

Points standings after 8 of 10 races
Drivers’ classification
1. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), 119 points
2. Nick Yelloly (GB/Fach Auto Tech), 114 points
3. Thomas Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing), 105 points

For a deteriorate finale, a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup travels to Mexico for a doubleheader from 26 to 28 October. After 2017, this outlines a second time in a story of a array that a championship will be motionless on a Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez. Mexico City hosts rounds 9 and ten.

Michael Ammermüller cumulative a ideal starting position on Saturday for turn 8 of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup. 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, Qualifying, Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, Monza, 2018, Porsche AG

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

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