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Motorsport Festival during a Lausitzring: BMW Motorsport Juniors Krohn and Delétraz in a points in a BMW M6 GT3.

Lausitzring (DE), 5th Jun 2016. BMW Motorsport Juniors Jesse Krohn
(FI) and Louis Delétraz (CH) were partial of this weekend’s Motorsport
Festival during a Lausitzring (DE), where they seemed in a ADAC GT
Masters during a circle of a series 20 Schubert Motorsport BMW M6 GT3.
This was their second tour together, carrying also contested both
races during a Sachsenring (DE). The weekend’s programme during the
EuroSpeedway also featured a DTM, a SUPERBIKE*IDM, a ADAC
Formula 4, and a Porsche Carrera Cup, ensuring a crowds were
treated to a illusory show.

The subordinate sessions for a dual ADAC GT Masters races took place
on Friday. Krohn set an superb path time in his group, putting him
third on a grid. Delétraz finished 17th opposite clever antithesis in
his session.

Krohn done a good start to Saturday’s competition and, for prolonged periods, was
in row for a place on a lectern until he forsaken a few places
towards a finish of his stint. Delétraz attempted to make adult ground
again after a motorist change. However, a BMW M6 GT3 was so badly
shop-worn in a extreme conflict that Delétraz was forced to lapse to the
array line and retire.

On Sunday, a dual BMW Motorsport Juniors again battled tough to work
their approach by a margin from 17th on a grid. They achieved this
well interjection to a flawless opening and a fact that a number
of opponents were in trouble. The span came home sixth to score
profitable points towards a altogether standings. The series 19 Schubert
Motorsport BMW M6 GT3, that was creation a initial coming and was
driven by Claudia Hürtgen (DE) and Niklas Mackschin (DE), unsuccessful to
finish competition one and came home 20th on Sunday.

The BMW Motorsport Juniors were coached by BMW works motorist Jörg
Müller (DE) via a whole weekend. He is behaving as coach to
all a Juniors who take their place during a circle of a BMW M6 GT3
over a march of a year. Former BMW Juniors and stream BMW DTM
drivers Timo Glock (DE), Martin Tomczyk (DE) and Marco Wittmann (DE)
also visited their successors in a Schubert Motorsport garage. The
ADAC GT Masters now takes a six-week summer mangle before a fourth
competition weekend during a Red Bull Ring (AT) from 22nd to 24th July.

Jörg Müller: “We worked tough with a guys on the
set-up of a BMW M6 GT3 this weekend. we was concerned in the
growth and, therefore, am means to pass on a bit of experience.
The BMW M6 GT3 was really unchanging in today’s race, that allowed
Jesse and Louis to work their approach by a margin superbly. Given
their starting position in a center of a pack, that is a really
good result.”

Jesse Krohn: “It is illusory that we were means to
measure a few points. Unlike on Saturday, we were means to contest with
a other cars today. The swell we have done is really encouraging.
Jörg Müller gave us some profitable tips, that authorised us to optimise
a set-up. The group also did a pretentious job. This is how we want
things to continue.”

Louis Delétraz: “I had a illusory opening path on
Sunday. we was means to stay transparent of all a skirmishes and was always
in a right place during a right time. we done adult a lot of places that
way. Jesse afterwards did a good pursuit in his army and ensured that we picked
adult my initial points in a GT race. we am delighted. Working with Jörg
Müller helped me a lot. we am totally new to GT racing, and can benefit
severely from his experience.”