Titles for Marcin Jedliński and Kris Heidorn

Posted on 10. Sep, 2018 by in Audi Canada

Audi R8 LMS GT4

First Audi feat in France: Saintéloc Racing distinguished a initial feat of a Audi R8 LMS GT4 in a GT4 France. The long-standing Audi patron group won a initial spin during Magny-Cours on a fourth competition weekend with Gregory Guilvert/Fabien Michal. In competition two, a motorist twin took second place forward of a teammates, Christophe Hamon/Lonni Martins. In a Pro-Am drivers’ classification, Guilvert/Michal so modernized from fourth to second position on a fourth of 6 competition weekends. At a same time, Saintéloc Racing occupies second place in a teams’ classification. With some 40 participants in a margin a French championship is one of a world’s toughest GT4 series. 

Podium in America: Team Carbahn Motorsports scored a initial lectern with a Audi R8 LMS GT4 in a IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge. In a Grand Sport class, Tyler McQuarrie/Jeff Westphal achieved third place on a ninth competition weekend during Laguna Seca. 

Audi Sport Seyffarth R8 LMS Cup

Kris Heidorn initial Cup winner: Kris Heidorn is a initial motorist to have won a Audi Sport Seyffarth R8 LMS Cup. The 29-year-old from Lower Saxony in a culmination during a Nürburgring won competition one forward of a Pole Robin Rogalski who had managed a clever quip from position 8 on a grid. Third place went to Mike Hesse. In competition two, Bartosz Paziewski from Poland distinguished his second feat this season. The German Fabio Citignola as runner-up and a Pole Pieniazek Przemyslaw in third place were gratified to have scored their best formula this deteriorate as well. Vivien Keszhtelyi was happy too: The 17-year-old Hungarian who had been promoted from a Audi Sport TT Cup to a Audi Sport Seyffarth R8 LMS Cup finished a deteriorate runner-up forward of Bartosz Paziewski. Keszhtelyi was usually one of 4 talents to have scored points in each race. In addition, she mounted a lectern twice. 23 participants contested a new one-make crater in an Audi R8 LMS GT4 during a year possibly as occasional or permanent entrants. 

Audi RS 3 LMS (TCR)

Second in category in 24-hour race: In spin 5 of a 24H TCE Series, Team Baporo Motorsport brought home a lectern finish in a clever margin of 16 entrants. In a Barcelona 24 Hours, a internal group had competed with Italians Alberto Vescovi and Roberto Ferri and Spaniards Jaime Font Casas and Alvaro Vela. Their Audi RS 3 LMS crossed a finish line in second place of a TCR classification. 

Runner-up in Central Europe: Václav Nimč jr. achieved second place in a margin of 16 entrants in a TCR sequence of a Eset V4 Cup. The Czech in an Audi RS 3 LMS of Team Krenek Motorsport clinched dual third places on a fifth competition weekend during Brno. During a season, a up-and-coming motorist had won his category twice and achieved dual second and 5 third places. 

Another spin in pretension race: Britt Casey jr./Tom Long incited a tables in a pretension competition once some-more on scoring their fourth success this deteriorate in a TCR category of a IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge. Due to a feat during Laguna Seca, a twin from Team Compass Racing in an Audi RS 3 LMS took a lead of a standings before a culmination with a five-point advantage forward of a teammates, Rodrigo Sales/Kuno Wittmer, who placed fifth. Second place in California went to Michael Johnson and Stephen Simpson from JDC-Miller MotorSports, third place to Tom O’Gorman/Kenton Koch from eEuroparts.com Racing. All teams are relying on a Audi RS 3 LMS.

Coming adult subsequent week

14–16/09 Nürburgring (D), rounds 9 and 10, Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup

14–16/09 Nürburgring (D), rounds 11 and 12, GT4 European Series

14–16/09 Vallelunga (I), rounds 11 and 12, TCR Italy

15–16/09 Nürburgring (D), rounds 5 and 6, GT4 Belgium

15–16/09 Sugo (J), spin 6, Super GT

15–16/09 Braga (P), rounds 5 and 6, TCR Portugal

15–16/09 Zhuhai (CN), Pan Delta Super Racing Festival

15–16/09 Imola (I), spin 7, Coppa Italia Turismo

15/09 Teretonga Park (NZ), spin 1, South Island Endurance Championship

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