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Augusto Farfus reaches tip 10 for a BMW Team Schnitzer.

Nürburgring. The starting choice has been reliable for the
45th book of a 24-hour foe during a Nürburgring
(GER). Augusto Farfus (BRA) gathering a #42 BMW M6 GT3 from a BMW
Team Schnitzer to tenth place in Top 30 Qualifying on Friday
evening. This opening finished him a best-placed BMW driver. A
sum of 7 BMW M6 GT3s competent for a particular time trials
for a 30 best cars. Pole position was claimed by Scuderia
Glickenhaus.

 

Farfus accessible a personal best time of 8:18.335 mins on a first
of his dual quick laps of a Nordschleife to explain tenth place. Jesse
Krohn (FIN) competent in a #20 BMW M6 GT3 from Schubert Motorsport
in 17th position, only forward of DTM champion Marco Wittmann
(GER) in a #43 automobile however, Krohn was incompetent to finish his second
quick path due to an collision in a Ex-Mühle section. Alexander Sims
(GBR) finished in 21st position, in a #98 BMW M6 GT3 from
ROWE Racing. Jens Klingmann (GER), Philipp Eng (AUT) and Stef
Dusseldorp (NED) followed in 23rd, 24th and
27th places.

The Walkenhorst Motorsport group was intensely unlucky. The #100 car,
that was also authorised to enter Top 30 Qualifying, postulated chassis
repairs in an collision during a second subordinate eventuality on Friday
morning. It was not probable to totally correct a repairs in the
brief space of time available, and motorist reserve takes priority. The
#101 BMW M6 GT3, a team’s sister automobile in a event, only missed out
on a particular time hearing for a tip 30 and will start a race
from 31st place.

The #40 BMW M4 GT4 media car, competing in a SP8T class, will start
from 56th position. The foe is scheduled to start during 15:30
on Saturday.

 

Drivers’ reactions after Top 30 Qualifying:

 

Augusto Farfus (#43 BMW M6 GT3, BMW Team Schnitzer,
10th place):
“That was a many we could do – I
squeezed all out of my BMW M6 GT3. The lane heat didn’t
assistance us too much. Top 10 is OK, we shouldn’t complain, though there is
some work to do overnight. We have a good foe car, and a good group –
with a unequivocally prolonged foe coming, that’s what’s important. The turn is
unequivocally high this year so it’s going to be a unequivocally quick race.”

 

Jesse Krohn (#20 BMW M6 GT3, Schubert Motorsport,
17th place):
“Unfortunately, we had an accident
during my second path and was incompetent to finish it. we strike a crash
barriers, that shop-worn a car. The group now has to see only what
needs to be repaired. we am contemptible about that though on this track,
incidents like that occur quicker than on other circuits.”

 

Marco Wittmann (#42 BMW M6 GT3, BMW Team Schnitzer,
18th place):
“With Augusto in tenth and me in
18th, a Top 30 Qualifying did not unequivocally go as good as we were
hoping. Qualifying unequivocally isn’t a many critical aspect of a 24-hour
foe though we would have favourite to have finished better.“

 

Alexander Sims (#98 BMW M6 GT3, ROWE Racing, 21st
place):
“It wasn’t a bad lap, though it seems we competence be a
small bit off a undisguised tip gait – let’s see tomorrow. It’s always
a gash in a dim on a initial path in Top 30, since we aren’t
certain of hold levels. It’s unequivocally good to have a transparent lane and to
expostulate here though any traffic.“

 

Jens Klingmann (#19 BMW M6 GT3, Schubert Motorsport,
23rd place):
“We already knew that we probably
wouldn’t be as quick as a foe on a one-off lap. Our concentration was
some-more on a prolonged runs. Of course, we would cite to be improved placed
though we am certain that we will still be ideally prepared for a race.“

 

Philipp Eng (#99 BMW M6 GT3, ROWE Racing, 24th
place):
“It was good fun to be pushing around the
Nordschleife on my own. The automobile gathering well. We had hoped to secure a
improved position though a foe lasts for 24 hours. We have a consistent
automobile that is easy to expostulate and that’s half a conflict here.“

 

Stef Dusseldorp (#33 BMW M6 GT3, Falken Motorsports,
27th place):
“It was unequivocally sparkling pushing the
automobile in these balmy conditions during that time of a day. we had dual clear
laps that is flattering unique. It was severe as a tyres appearance a
small bit too early. On a initial lap, we never wish to be
totally over a edge. On a second path a tyres afterwards forsaken off
a bit too much. We are not totally happy, though tomorrow is another day.“

Categories
BMW Canada

Augusto Farfus reaches tip 10 for a BMW Team Schnitzer.

Nürburgring. The starting choice has been reliable for the
45th book of a 24-hour foe during a Nürburgring
(GER). Augusto Farfus (BRA) gathering a #42 BMW M6 GT3 from a BMW
Team Schnitzer to tenth place in Top 30 Qualifying on Friday
evening. This opening finished him a best-placed BMW driver. A
sum of 7 BMW M6 GT3s competent for a particular time trials
for a 30 best cars. Pole position was claimed by Scuderia
Glickenhaus.

 

Farfus accessible a personal best time of 8:18.335 mins on a first
of his dual quick laps of a Nordschleife to explain tenth place. Jesse
Krohn (FIN) competent in a #20 BMW M6 GT3 from Schubert Motorsport
in 17th position, only forward of DTM champion Marco Wittmann
(GER) in a #43 automobile however, Krohn was incompetent to finish his second
quick path due to an collision in a Ex-Mühle section. Alexander Sims
(GBR) finished in 21st position, in a #98 BMW M6 GT3 from
ROWE Racing. Jens Klingmann (GER), Philipp Eng (AUT) and Stef
Dusseldorp (NED) followed in 23rd, 24th and
27th places.

The Walkenhorst Motorsport group was intensely unlucky. The #100 car,
that was also authorised to enter Top 30 Qualifying, postulated chassis
repairs in an collision during a second subordinate eventuality on Friday
morning. It was not probable to totally correct a repairs in the
brief space of time available, and motorist reserve takes priority. The
#101 BMW M6 GT3, a team’s sister automobile in a event, only missed out
on a particular time hearing for a tip 30 and will start a race
from 31st place.

The #40 BMW M4 GT4 media car, competing in a SP8T class, will start
from 56th position. The foe is scheduled to start during 15:30
on Saturday.

 

Drivers’ reactions after Top 30 Qualifying:

 

Augusto Farfus (#43 BMW M6 GT3, BMW Team Schnitzer,
10th place):
“That was a many we could do – I
squeezed all out of my BMW M6 GT3. The lane heat didn’t
assistance us too much. Top 10 is OK, we shouldn’t complain, though there is
some work to do overnight. We have a good foe car, and a good group –
with a unequivocally prolonged foe coming, that’s what’s important. The turn is
unequivocally high this year so it’s going to be a unequivocally quick race.”

 

Jesse Krohn (#20 BMW M6 GT3, Schubert Motorsport,
17th place):
“Unfortunately, we had an accident
during my second path and was incompetent to finish it. we strike a crash
barriers, that shop-worn a car. The group now has to see only what
needs to be repaired. we am contemptible about that though on this track,
incidents like that occur quicker than on other circuits.”

 

Marco Wittmann (#42 BMW M6 GT3, BMW Team Schnitzer,
18th place):
“With Augusto in tenth and me in
18th, a Top 30 Qualifying did not unequivocally go as good as we were
hoping. Qualifying unequivocally isn’t a many critical aspect of a 24-hour
foe though we would have favourite to have finished better.“

 

Alexander Sims (#98 BMW M6 GT3, ROWE Racing, 21st
place):
“It wasn’t a bad lap, though it seems we competence be a
small bit off a undisguised tip gait – let’s see tomorrow. It’s always
a gash in a dim on a initial path in Top 30, since we aren’t
certain of hold levels. It’s unequivocally good to have a transparent lane and to
expostulate here though any traffic.“

 

Jens Klingmann (#19 BMW M6 GT3, Schubert Motorsport,
23rd place):
“We already knew that we probably
wouldn’t be as quick as a foe on a one-off lap. Our concentration was
some-more on a prolonged runs. Of course, we would cite to be improved placed
though we am certain that we will still be ideally prepared for a race.“

 

Philipp Eng (#99 BMW M6 GT3, ROWE Racing, 24th
place):
“It was good fun to be pushing around the
Nordschleife on my own. The automobile gathering well. We had hoped to secure a
improved position though a foe lasts for 24 hours. We have a consistent
automobile that is easy to expostulate and that’s half a conflict here.“

 

Stef Dusseldorp (#33 BMW M6 GT3, Falken Motorsports,
27th place):
“It was unequivocally sparkling pushing the
automobile in these balmy conditions during that time of a day. we had dual clear
laps that is flattering unique. It was severe as a tyres appearance a
small bit too early. On a initial lap, we never wish to be
totally over a edge. On a second path a tyres afterwards forsaken off
a bit too much. We are not totally happy, though tomorrow is another day.“