Audi R8 LMS GT4
Three victories for Jean-Luc Weidt: The second weekend of a German DMV GTC bar competition array was a resounding success for Jean-Luc Weidt. At a Hockenheimring, a up-and-coming German motorist from Memmingen clinched category wins in both scurry events and in a Dunlop 60 competition in an Audi R8 LMS GT4.
Podium in deteriorate opener: Title defender Nicolaj Møller Madsen is again on a grid of a GT4 European Series with Phoenix Racing in 2019. The Dane is pity an Audi R8 LMS GT4 with a Swiss Cédric Freiburghaus. Third place in a stormy second competition during Monza supposing a up-and-coming motorist twin with a initial trophies this season. In a standings, a Dane and a Swiss after a initial of 6 competition weekends are pity second place in a Silver classification.
Audi RS 3 LMS (TCR)
Success during Mugello: The Coppa Italia started with a feat of a Audi RS 3 LMS. Team BF Motorsport in a initial scurry during Mugello prevailed opposite 16 other teams. Eric Brigliadori crossed a finish line in a DSG chronicle of a furloughed automobile after 10 laps with a 19.8-second advantage.
Two lectern finishes: The TCR Ibérico hold for a initial time with rounds in Portugal and Spain began with dual lectern finishes for Gustavo Moura in an Audi RS 3 LMS. The Portuguese finished a initial scurry runner-up on a circuit of Estoril in his home country. In turn two, he clinched another prize on finishing third.
Coming adult subsequent week
19–20/04 Spa (B), turn 3, 24H Series
19–21/04 Sepang (MAL), rounds 1 and 2, Thailand Super Series
19–21/04 Bathurst (AUS), turn 1, GT-1 Australia
19–21/04 Bathurst (AUS), rounds 3 and 4, CUE Enduro Super Series
19–22/04 Nogaro (F), rounds 1 and 2, GT4 France
20–21/04 Fort Grozny (RUS), rounds 1 and 2, TCR Russia
20–22/04 Nogaro (F), rounds 1 and 2, GT4 South European Series
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