On a Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg, a Frenchman kick Porsche Junior Jaxon Evans (NZ/Team Project 1 – JBR) and Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing) to a flag. “This win was intensely critical for a championship. It was a fantastic competition with many interruptions and we had no possibility to lift clear,” pronounced Andlauer. At a arriving deteriorate culmination on a Sachsenring, a championship will go down to a handle between a dual Lechner drivers Andlauer (242.5 points) and Saturday’s personality Ammermüller (215 points). Fifty points are still adult for grabs. Early pretension decisions, however, were done in a group and rookie classifications, with BWT Lechner Racing securing a group championship and Jaxon Evans holding a rookie title.
Spectators in a ADAC-GT Masters grandstands witnessed an action-packed competition underneath blue skies and in temperatures of 27 degrees Celsius. Starting from a second grid spot, Andlauer done a best use of his nine-eleven’s 485 horsepower to waylay a lead. However, pole-sitter Evans stayed glued to a 20-year-old’s bumper. The duel for a lead was interrupted 3 times by reserve automobile phases. With Andlauer incompetent to shake Evans off, a competition remained retaining to a finish, with usually 0.297 seconds separating a dual Porsche Juniors during a flag. Evans, however, had copiousness of reason to celebrate: “It’s good to have won a rookie difficulty title. Unfortunately my start wasn’t so good and that was a pivotal indicate for my race. Afterwards we was somewhat faster than Julien though there was no possibility to overtake,” pronounced Evans.
After his win on Saturday, Ammermüller resolved spin 14th in third place. This warranted a BWT Lechner Racing patrol an early group championship title. “Because of a reserve automobile phases there was small possibility to put vigour on a leader. Still, a championship is still open. But right now we’ll applaud winning a group classification,” pronounced Ammermüller. Fourth place went to Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Förch Racing) forward of Dylan Pereira (L/Lechner Racing Team) and Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Overdrive Racing by Huber). Leon Köhler (D/MSG/HRT Motorsport) launched a energetic office on a 4.574-kilometre Hockenheimring circuit: The 20-year-old took adult a competition from a final grid mark and worked his approach adult a sequence to finish on seventh place. This bid done Köhler a best motorist in a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland Talent Pool, a programme for youngsters contesting a one-make cup. Eighth place was achieved by Toni Wolf (D/Car Collection Motorsport).
The competition in a pledge class
In a pledge class, Carlos Rivas (L/Black Falcon Team Textar) claimed his sixth win of a deteriorate forward of Stefan Rehkopf (D/Huber Racing) und Jörn Schmidt-Staade (D/Team Allied-Racing). Heading to a deteriorate culmination during a Sachsenring (27 to 29 September), a titles for both a altogether sequence and a pledge difficulty are still to be decided: Travelling to a final spin with 239 points to his credit, Rivas from Luxembourg binds a slight lead over Rehkopf (237.5 points). The doubleheader contested in Hohenstein-Ernstthal nearby Chemnitz as support to a ADAC GT Masters will be a home competition for Toni Wolf. The 20-year-old comes from Schönbrunn in a Erzgebirgskreis district.
Result competition 14
1. Julien Andlauer (F/BWT Lechner Racing)
2. Jaxon Evans (NZ/Team Project 1 – JBR)
3. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing)
4. Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Förch Racing)
5. Dylan Pereira (L/Lechner Racing Team)
6. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Overdrive Racing by Huber)
7. Leon Köhler (D/MSG/HRT Motorsport)
8. Toni Wolf (D/Car Collection Motorsport)
9. Gustav Malja (S/Förch Racing)
10. Lukas Ertl (D/QA Racing by Kurt Ecke Motorsport)
Points’ standings after 14 of 16 races
1. Julien Andlauer (F/BWT Lechner Racing), 242.5 points
2. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), 215 points
3. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Overdrive Racing by Huber), 175 points
The quarrel for a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland is intensifying: At a Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg, Michael Ammermüller claimed his fifth win of a season. This has enabled a German to condense a opening to a personality and Porsche Junior Julien Andlauer (F/BWT Lechner Racing) to 18.5 points. “I was wakeful that we had to finish in front of Julien Andlauer to guarantee my chances of winning a title. It was a fiercely contested race. Julien was a hold faster than me on a start-finish true and put me underneath a lot of pressure,” pronounced Ammermüller (BWT Lechner Racing). At spin 13 of a inhabitant one-make crater run as support to a ADAC GT Masters, Andlauer and Dylan Pereira (L/Lechner Racing Team) brought their Porsche 911 GT3 Cup over a line in positions dual and 3 respectively.
The competition in a Hardtwald timberland in south-west Germany was characterised by mixed duels and dual reserve automobile phases. Pole sitter Ammermüller won a scurry to a initial corner, usually to have a initial reserve automobile deployed in a second lap. While Andlauer looked for a possibility to overtake, Pereira soon overtook him. After another stop a brief time later, Andlauer launched a counterattack in path ten, with success. Over a remaining laps, a 20-year-old gradually sealed a opening to Ammermüller and increasing a vigour on his teammate. However, a seasoned racer managed to deflect him off and took a dwindle in initial place after 16 laps. “While we was duelling with Michael Ammermüller, Dylan Pereira unexpected got past me. Luckily we was means to recover my second place. Ultimately, Michael shielded himself brilliantly,” pronounced Andlauer. The trophies were presented to a span on a lectern by Michael Blaufuss, Senior Vice President Air Freight during Agility, and Karsten Sohns, CFO of Porsche Deutschland GmbH.
Pereira distinguished his fifth Carrera Cup lectern in a row. “My start was good and during one indicate we was using in second place. Unfortunately we didn’t conduct to exit spin dual ideally and couldn’t urge my position,” pronounced a Luxembourger. Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Förch Racing) assigned fourth place forward of his compatriot Larry 10 Voorde (Overdrive Racing by Huber). Porsche Junior Jaxon Evans (Team Project 1 – JBR) cumulative sixth place. “I’m confident with this result. There aren’t many places to pass here. Now I’ll concentration on scheming for a competition on Sunday where we start from stick position,” pronounced a New Zealander. Crossing a finish line behind a 22-year-old were Toni Wolf (D/Car Collection Motorsport) and Henric Skoog (S/Overdrive Racing by Huber). Carlos Rivas (L/Black Falcon Team Textar) was gay with his feat in a pledge sequence on a 4.574 kilometre circuit. The other lectern spots in this difficulty were assigned by Georgi Donchev (BG/Huber Racing) and Matthias Jeserich (D/CARTECH Motorsport by Nigrin).
In a altogether classification, Porsche Junior Andlauer stays in a lead with 217.5 points. Behind a motorist from Lyon sits Ammermüller (199 points) and 10 Voorde (165 points). Stefan Rehkopf (D/Huber Racing) leads a pledge difficulty with 217.5 points. The best rookie in a championship is Porsche Junior Evans, who has warranted 232 points so distant this season. Round 14 of a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland takes off on Sunday during 11.40am internal time and can be watched around live tide on www.porsche.de/carreracup. Evans takes adult a inhabitant one-make crater from stick position for a initial time.
Result competition 13
1. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing)
2. Julien Andlauer (F/BWT Lechner Racing)
3. Dylan Pereira (L/Lechner Racing Team)
4. Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Förch Racing)
5. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Overdrive Racing by Huber)
6. Jaxon Evans (NZ/Team Project 1 – JBR)
7. Toni Wolf (D/Car Collection Motorsport)
8. Henric Skoog (S/Overdrive Racing by Huber)
9. Tim Zimmermann (D/Black Falcon)
10. Igor Walilko (PL/Overdrive Racing by Huber)
Points’ standings after 13 of 16 races
1. Julien Andlauer (F/BWT Lechner Racing), 217.5 points
2. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), 199 points
3. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Overdrive Racing by Huber), 165 points