Second place in Austria: Team Rutronik Racing by TECE was a best Audi patrol during a second turn of a ADAC GT Masters. Audi Sport motorist Dennis Marschall and his teammate Kim-Luis Schramm had cumulative a best starting position for a second competition during a Red Bull Ring: Marschall clinched a initial stick position of a deteriorate for Audi in this racing array and a initial ever for a R8 LMS on a alpine circuit in Styria. For a 24-year-old youth driver, it was already a fourth time to have clinched a best time in subordinate in his career in a ADAC GT Masters. Marschall mislaid his advantage over a contingent winners from Callaway Competition on a starting lap. In a end, a Audi motorist twin was only 0.824 seconds brief of victory. Marschall and Schramm were so a best juniors in a margin of 27 competitors on Sunday, as they had been a day before.
Two lectern places in Norway: At a second turn of a Norwegian Racing NM series, Audi patron Wiggo Dalmo available dual lectern finishes. In a initial scurry during Rudskogen, a Norwegian highwayman finished third in a Audi R8 LMS, in a third scurry he available second place.
Audi RS 3 LMS (TCR)
First feat of a deteriorate in Poland: The Audi RS 3 LMS available a initial success in a Central European TCR Eastern Europe competition array on a third competition weekend. Pole Bartosz Groszek, who competes for a Horňák-Aditis team, came adult on tip during his home competition in Poznán. Last year’s leader of a TCR Eastern Europe SIM Racing Series valid that he is also as quick in a genuine competition automobile as he is in a mechanism game. He started from stick position in a second scurry interjection to a topsy-turvy starting grid of a best 8 drivers from a initial race. Initially, Groszek confirmed a one-two lead for Audi with his compatriot Łukasz Stolarczyk though Stolarczyk late after hit with an competition on path 6. Bartosz Groszek crossed a finish line after 16 competition laps with an advantage of 1.8 seconds. An Audi RS 3 LMS also competed in an continuation competition during a same eventuality in Poznán. Adam Bougsiaa/Adam Puciata finished third altogether in a fastest furloughed automobile of a competition amid GT sports cars in a GT3, GT4 and GT Cup classes.
Class feat in France: Team AC Motorsport distinguished a category win during a second turn of a Ultimate Cup Series. Stéphane Perrin and Mathieu Detry won a TCR category in a Audi RS 3 LMS on a perfectionist rollercoaster lane during Dijon with a one-lap advantage.
Success in Assen: Frenchman Pierre Arnaud Navarro, German Lucas Waltermann and Italian Roberto Nale won their category during a fourth turn of a 100 Series by BGDC during Assen. The general motorist contingent piloted an Audi RS 3 LMS in a Belgian gentleman’s competition series. After 200 mins of racing, they had determined a lead of 3 laps in their class.
Third place in a Netherlands: At a third turn of a DMV NES 500 grassroots racing series, a State Energy Racing Team clinched a trophy. The dual Danes Jesper Henriksen/Frederik Vodder finished third in their category in a Audi RS 3 LMS after 3 hours of racing during Assen.
Podium in British bar racing: Simpson Motorsport scored a prize in a Britcar Endurance Championship. Hugo Cook/Sacha Kakad gathering a Audi RS 3 LMS to third place in their category in Saturday’s one-hour competition during Oulton Park.
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18–19/06 Skellefteå (S), turn 2, TCR Scandinavia
18–19/06 Skellefteå (S), turn 1, GT4 Scandinavia
18–20/06 Monza (I), turn 1, DTM
18–20/06 Monza (I), turn 1, DTM Trophy
18–20/06 Zandvoort (NL), turn 2, GT World Challenge Europe Sprint Cup
18–20/06 Zandvoort (NL), turn 3, GT4 European Series
18–20/06 Zandvoort (NL), turn 3, TCR Europe
18–20/06 Sepang (MAL), turn 1, GT Sprint Asia
18–20/06 Parnu (EST), turn 2, BaTCC
19/06 Zwartkops (ZA), turn 3, GH Extreme Supercars
19–20/06 Spa (B), turn 2, GT Cup Open Europe
19–20/06 NRing (RUS), turn 2, TCR Russia
19–20/06 Spa (B), turn 2, International GT Open
19–20/06 Misano (I), turn 3, Coppa Italia Turismo
19–20/06 Padborg (DK), turn 4, Danish Endurance Championship