First rookie feat in a Audi Sport TT Cup and movement change in pretension fight

Milan Dontje distinguished his best competition weekend of a year. The 22-year-old Dutchman reached third place on Saturday and second place on Sunday. He followed Keagan Masters like a shade and in a finish he was beaten by only 0.64 seconds. Tommaso Mosca from Italy combined his position during a tip of a rookie rankings during a Red Bull Ring. He stays a best visitor and third in a altogether rankings after dual fourth-place finishes. Behind him in a rookie rankings follows Keagan Masters and Yannik Brandt with 130 points each.

The internal ski stars Max Franz and Benni Raich perceived a good reception. The dual guest drivers wrote large autographs and delivered some stirring duels on a track. In both races, Franz prevailed opposite his opposition Raich in twelfth place.

“After a stirring turn during a Nürburgring, a Red Bull Ring also brought a few surprises,” pronounced Philipp Mondelaers, Project Manager of a Audi Sport TT Cup. “Keagan Masters delivered dual glorious performances, while Milan Dontje also had his best competition weekend so far. We have also gifted a latest change in a pretension fight. We are now looking brazen to an sparkling deteriorate culmination in Hockenheim.”

In 3 weeks, a grand culmination of a Audi Sport TT Cup lies ahead. From Oct 13 to 15, a pretension decider will coincide with a final eventuality of a three-year story of a one-make cup. To climax this farewell, stars from a story of Audi Sport will line adult in a Audi TT crater Race of Legends. Frank Biela, Dindo Capello, Marcel Fässler, Emanuele Pirro, Tom Kristensen, Stéphane Ortelli, Hans-Joachim Stuck and other obvious drivers have clinched a sum of 41 general titles and 80 continuation competition wins, including 31 victories during a 24 Hours of Le Mans. 

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