Whether in a DTM, a FIA World Endurance Championship, the
IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, a ABB FIA Formula E
Championship, or large other championships: Week after week
teams and drivers around a universe do conflict for points,
victories and titles. Away from a lane too, members of a large
family around a universe are also formulating headlines. The “
News” allows us to frequently summarize all a movement for you
in a compress and ominous manner. This way, we are always adult to speed.
Alex Zanardi: Treble during a Para-cycling World Cup in Canada.
BMW works motorist and code envoy Alessandro Zanardi (ITA)
continued his winning run on a general paracycling scene. The
Canadian city of Baie-Comeau hosted a UCI Para-cycling Road World
Cup during a weekend. Zanardi lined adult in 3 races, and won all
three. Win series one came in a particular time hearing on Thursday.
He afterwards won a group send with his team-mates Paolo Cecchetto and
Luca Mazzone in a Italian inhabitant team. Saturday’s shutting road
foe incited out to be a genuine thriller in that Zanardi constructed a
illusory scurry finish to take a lead in a final metres and claim
his third win in 3 races.
W Series: Beitske Visser on a lectern again during a deteriorate finale.
BMW Motorsport Junior Beitske Visser (NED) finished a initial season
of a W Series with another lectern during Brands Hatch (GBR). Third place
during a deteriorate culmination eventually meant second place in a overall
standings. With 100 points to her name, Visser finished a deteriorate just
10 points behind a initial W Series champion, Jamie Chadwick (GBR).
Victory during Brands Hatch went to Alice Powell (GBR). “It has been a
illusory season,” pronounced Visser. “The gait was there in each single
race. We were detrimental with technical issues during a season-opener at
Hockenheim, though we always had a required speed. we knew that it
would be tough here during Brands Hatch, as we did not know a circuit. I
gave it my all currently and am happy with my race, even if I
unfortunately came adult only brief in a pretension race.” After 6 races,
Visser finished a initial deteriorate of a W Series with one win and a
serve 3 lectern finishes to her name.
ADAC GT4 Germany: Second win of a deteriorate for RN Vision STS.
Marius Zug (GER) and Gabriele Piana (ITA) claimed their second win of
a deteriorate in ADAC GT4 Germany, carrying formerly tasted success at
Oschersleben (GER). After 33 laps of racing, a RN Vision STS duo
crossed a finish line initial in a #7 BMW M4 GT4 to take feat in
Saturday’s foe during Zandvoort (NED). Zug started a foe from pole
position, though primarily forsaken behind by a field. An early pit
stop and a change of motorist brought a BMW M4 GT4 behind to second
place. Piana showed copiousness of fighting suggestion to recover a lead and
finish a foe with a gentle advantage of 19.9 seconds. This
success was adequate to pledge that Zug wins a Junior competition.
In Sunday’s second race, Michael Schrey (GER) and Thomas Jäger (GER)
finished fourth in a Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport run #2 BMW M4
GT4. They were followed home by Piana and Zug in fifth place. Claudia
Hürtgen (GER) and Michael Fischer (AUT) also had a tip 10 finish in
a #3 BMW M4 GT4, again fielded by Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport.
They crossed a finish line in ninth place.
China GT Championship: Race consummated after sleet roulette.
The races in a China GT Championship during Qinhuangdao, China, became
a sleazy event for all a teams and drivers. Torrential rainfall
and deplorable conditions on a lane led foe control to cancel the
second foe with roughly 10 mins remaining for reserve reasons.
Jesse Krohn (FIN) and Betty Chen (TWN) were personal as finishing
sixth in a #91 BMW M6 GT3 of FIST-Team AAI. Their team-mates Nick
Yelloly (GBR) and Junsan Chen (CHN) followed in seventh place. They
were a best-placed BMW drivers in fifth place in Saturday’s race.
Krohn/Chen unsuccessful to finish foe one.
In a GT4 category, a Master Champ group finished sixth overall
with a #999 BMW M4 GT4 in a opening foe of a weekend. This
alike to initial place in a AM/AM class. They afterwards finished seventh
(third in a AM/AM class) in foe two.
ADAC GT Masters: Fightback in a dunes.
Jens Klingmann (GER) and Nicolai Sylvest (DEN) showed fighting spirit
during a ADAC GT Masters weekend during Zandvoort. The span found themselves
down in 17thplace after subordinate for a initial foe on
Saturday. Over a march of a race, Klingmann and Sylvest gradually
climbed by a margin and eventually came home sixth in a #14
BMW M6 GT3 after 34 laps of a circuit in a dunes. The MRS
GT-Racing drivers unsuccessful to finish Sunday’s race.