DTM: Victory and third place for Marco Wittmann during Assen.
Marco Wittmann (GER) distinguished his second win of a deteriorate on the
sixth DTM competition weekend. The two-time DTM champion delivered a
marvellous opening in a pell-mell Saturday competition during Assen, the
‘Cathedral of Speed’. Starting from second on a grid, he cumulative the
win during a circle of his #11 BMW M6 GT3 from a Walkenhorst Motorsport
team, even overcoming a five-second chastisement during a shutting stage
of a race. “My group and we motionless to make a imperative array stop a
small later,” pronounced Wittmann. “That was a pivotal moment, as a fresher
tyres meant that we could conflict a other cars in front of me. we gave
it all in that stratagem opposite Liam Lawson and risked the
lot, a preference for that we was after penalised. It is a good feeling
to be means to win notwithstanding this, and it is a illusory team
performance.” In a #31 BMW M6 GT3 from ROWE Racing, Sheldon outpost der
Linde (RSA) also scored points in sixth place, while team-mate Timo
Glock (GER) was forced to retire in a #16 BMW M6 GT3.
Wittmann gave another considerable opening on Sunday. Having
started a competition from second on a grid once again, he was means to
strech third place and explain his fifth lectern of a deteriorate despite
carrying 25 kilos of additional weight. Glock finished a competition in
14th place, while outpost der Linde had to conduct for a pits and retire early.
Wittmann has now done adult some belligerent on his rivals in the
drivers’ standings, relocating adult to second place altogether after 6 of
8 competition weekends, 10 points behind a leader. The subsequent DTM race
weekend takes place from 1st to 3rd Oct during Hockenheim (GER).
DTM Trophy: Podium for Ben Green in Assen.
Ben Green (GBR) distinguished a lectern finish on a fifth competition weekend
of a DTM Trophy as he successfully shielded his lead in a drivers’
standings. In a #10 BMW M4 GT4 from a FK Performance Motorsport
team, he claimed third place in Saturday’s competition during a TT Circuit
Assen (NED). Right behind him, team-mate Moritz Löhner (GER) finished
fourth with a #11 BMW M4 GT4, only blank out on a podium.
Joining them in a tip 10 were Yann Zimmer (SUI / FK Performance
Motorsport) in eighth, with Ben Tuck (GBR / Walkenhorst Motorsport)
and Theo Oeverhaus (GER / Walkenhorst Motorsport) in ninth and tenth
positions. Green also scored some critical points for a drivers’
championship by finishing sixth in Sunday’s race. Oeverhaus was the
best-placed BMW motorist in fourth, while Zimmer crossed a finish line
in eighth once again. Ninth and tenth positions went to Michael Schrey
(GER / Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport) and Löhner.
BMW M2 Cup: Caresani and Oeverhaus win in Assen.
Colin Caresani (NED) and Theo Oeverhaus (GER) came out
on tip in both races on a penultimate weekend of a BMW M2 Cup at
Assen (NED). In Saturday’s race, internal favourite Caresani claimed victory
in a #47 BMW M2 CS Racing, only forward of Michael Schrey (GER) in the
#2 BMW M2 CS Racing and Davit Kajaia (GEO) in a #5 BMW M2 CS Racing.
This represented a initial win in a one-make crater for Caresani, who
scarcely steady a attainment in Sunday’s race. He shielded initial place
until a shutting theatre of a race, before agreeable to competition winner
Oeverhaus in a #34 BMW M2 CS Racing. “I am over a moon,” said
Oeverhaus, who had started a competition from eighth on a grid. “At the
start, we would never have suspicion it would go so good today. It is
unequivocally formidable to pass on this circuit though afterwards it went better
than we had thought. My automobile unequivocally was ideal – interjection to a group for
that.” Louis Henkefend (GER) crossed a line in third place to extend
his lead in a altogether standings. The final competition weekend in a BMW
M2 Cup takes place from 8th to 10th Oct during a Norisring (GER).
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GT World Challenge America: Podium pleasure for Turner
Motorsport during Watkins Glen.
Robby Foley and Michael Dinan (both USA) distinguished on a podium
again during a fifth competition weekend in a Fanatec GT World Challenge
America during Watkins Glen (USA). Driving a #96 BMW M6 GT3 from Turner
Motorsport, they claimed second place in Saturday’s race. They battled
for a tip finish on Sunday as well, finishing a second competition of the
weekend in fourth place, that alike to third position in a Pro
category. The subsequent competition weekend in a Fanatec GT World Challenge
America takes place from 1st to 3rd Oct during a Sebring
International Raceway (USA).
Italian GT: Spengler, Zug and Comandini only skip out on
lectern in Vallelunga.
Bruno Spengler (CAN), Marius Zug (GER) and Stefano Comandini (ITA)
only missed out on another lectern finish during a circle of their #7 BMW
M6 GT3 from BMW Team Italia during a sixth competition weekend in a Italian
GT Championship during Vallelunga (ITA). Starting from second on a grid,
a contingent assigned a earnest position in a competition for some time
before struggling with technical issues in a shutting theatre that saw
them dump out of a lectern spots. Alongside a BMW M6 GT3, BMW Team
Italia was also competing with a #215 BMW M4 GT4, that secured
initial place in a GT4-AM class. Nicola Neri, Giuseppe Fascicolo (both
ITA) and Alfred Nilsson (SWE) common pushing duties in that car. The
subsequent competition weekend in a Italian GT Championship takes place from 8th
to 10th Oct during Mugello (ITA).
BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Italy: Sandrucci and Marcucci victorious
Gustavo Sandrucci (ITA) and Lorenzo Marcucci (ITA) cumulative a two
competition wins on a fifth weekend of a BMW M2 CS Racing Cup Italy at
Vallelunga (ITA). In Saturday’s race, Sandrucci gathering his #16 BMW M2
CS Racing to feat forward of Alessandro Brigatti and Luigi Ferrara
(both ITA). In a second competition on Sunday, Marcucci crossed a finish
line in front of Brigatti and Jody Vullo (MON).
GT4/GT/TC America: Successful weekend for BMW teams and
drivers during Watkins Glen.
GT America, GT4 America and TC America also paid a revisit to Watkins
Glen International (USA), that valid to be a happy sport ground
for BMW cars, as a BMW teams and drivers claimed a sum of four
wins in GT4 America and TC America.
A BMW M4 GT4 surfaced a lectern on Saturday and Sunday in GT4 America.
In a initial race, an overtaking stratagem on a final path saw Tom
Capizzi and John Capestro-Dubets (both USA) take a win during a wheel
of a #52 BMW M4 GT4 from Auto Technic Racing. In a second race,
Stevan McAleer (GBR) and Toby Grahovec (USA) cumulative feat in the
#11 BMW M4 GT4 from Classic BMW. In a Pro/Am class, a #34 BMW M4
GT4 from BimmerWorld Racing claimed second place with James Walker and
Bill Auberlen (both USA) during a wheel.
In TC America, Steve Streimer (USA) emerged winning from
Saturday’s competition in a #30 BMW M2 CS Racing from Hard Motorsport.
Streimer finished second on Sunday to lapse to a rostrum. Victory
went to Jacob Ruud (USA) in a #81 BMW M2 CS Racing from a Classic
BMW team. Lucas Catania (USA) in a #38 BMW M2 CS Racing and Roy
Block (ARG) in a #5 BMW M2 CS Racing finished third and fourth to
finish a top-four lock-out for BMW.
In GT America, Sean Quinlan (USA) missed out on another lectern at
Watkins Glen during a circle of a #119 BMW M4 GT4. He was not
personal in Saturday’s competition and afterwards finished fifth in a GT4
difficulty one day later.
BTCC: Win for Colin Turkington during Croft.
Colin Turkington (GBR) won a third competition on a seventh weekend of
a British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) during Croft (GBR), scoring
some-more profitable points in a conflict for a drivers’ title. In the
initial race, a four-time champion displayed some good gait during the
circle of a #2 BMW 330i M Sport, though only missed out on a lectern as
he finished fourth. Adam Morgan (GBR) also done it into a tip ten,
finishing eighth in a #33 BMW 330i M Sport. Turkington finished
seventh in a second race, while Morgan and Stephen Jelley (GBR) in
a #12 BMW 330i M Sport crossed a finish line behind him in ninth
and tenth positions. The third competition afterwards went Turkington’s way, as he
won a competition to explain his 13th feat during Croft. Tom Chilton (GBR)
crossed a line in third place in a #3 BMW 330i M Sport. With three
competition weekends remaining, Turkington is in third place in a drivers’
championship. The BTCC will revisit Silverstone (GBR) subsequent weekend.
Super Taikyu: Eighth place for BMW Team Studie during Suzuka.
BMW Team Studie was during Suzuka (JPN) for a five-hour race, a fifth
eventuality of a deteriorate in a Japanese Super Taikyu competition series. Tomohide
Yamaguchi, Seiji Ara, Yuya Sakamoto (all JPN) common pushing duties at
a circle of a #20 BMW M4 GT4 and finished a competition in eighth place
in a ST-Z class, carrying started from fifth on a grid. The season
culmination in a Super Taikyu will take place on 13th and 14th November
during Okayama (JPN).