Audi motorist Frijns shines in his DTM home race

“I enjoyed a race,” pronounced Frijns. “I didn’t make such a good start from seventh on a grid, though was means to pass dual cars around a outward in spin one and retake my position. Afterwards we was discerning and could quarrel during a finish with a Mercedes-Benz. Unfortunately overtaking in Zandvoort is difficult. We had a speed. Now we have to see if we can make a step brazen for tomorrow.”

His Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline teammate Nico Müller was equally fast. The Swiss motorist started a competition from eighth on a grid and after his tire change rejoined a circuit forward of Frijns. After 17 laps Müller reported a detriment of vigour in a left-front tire. His try to save changing tires a second time failed: as a outcome of a tire disaster shortly after, Müller slid from a lane and had to retire.

The collision stirred deployment of a reserve car, that indirectly broken René Rast’s race. The fortifying DTM Champion from Audi Sport Team Rosberg was heading a competition during this time, and was a usually motorist to have not finished his imperative array stop, that left him usually 17th place during a mottled flag.