“I feel simply illusory after my initial Supercup victory. Michael Ammermüller was watchful for me to make a mistake though we didn’t let that dominate me,” pronounced a Frenchman. Germany’s Michael Ammermüller (BWT Lechner Racing) eventually brought his 485 hp Porsche 911 GT3 Cup over a finish line in second place, with third place going to Mattia Drudi (Dinamic Motorsport) from Italy.
While 21-year-old Latorre from Bordeaux done a purify start and pulled transparent of a field, behind him several drivers were shuffling for positions: Starting from a third grid spot, Drudi immediately put Ammermüller underneath pressure. In path four, a Italian overtook a seasoned Porsche dilettante who had started from P2. Three laps later, however, Ammermüller done a countermove to waylay behind second place. When a reserve automobile was deployed in path nine, a margin bunched adult again. After a restart, Latorre and Ammermüller treated F1 fans on a packaged grandstands to a retaining conflict for a lead, with a Almeras motorist fending off all attacks from a points’ leader. “At a finish we was unequivocally quick and we would have favourite to pass Florian Latorre. But a risk was too high, so I’m confident with second place,” pronounced Ammermüller.
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In a heat of 25-degree Celsius and sunshine, Drudi was flagged off in third place usually 0.7 seconds behind a German. For a 19-year-old competition motorist from Misano Adriatico in a Province of Rimini, this was his initial lectern outcome so distant this season. “I got divided good during a start, though Michael Ammermüller got faster over a march of a competition and we had to let him pass,” pronounced Drudi. Fourth place was claimed by Larry 10 Voorde (Team Project 1) from a Netherlands. The best British motorist of a day was Nick Yelloly (Fach Auto Tech) in fifth. Zaid Ashkanani (KWT/MRS GT-Racing) assigned sixth place forward of a guest motorist Dino Zamparelli (GB/BWT Lechner Racing).
Thomas Preining done adult dual positions
The Porsche Junior Thomas Preining (BWT Lechner Racing) managed to make adult dual positions in a race, with a Austrian surpassing from tenth on a grid to cranky a finish line on a 5.891-kilometre circuit in eighth. “It was a formidable competition for me in a hotly contested mid-field. we didn’t wish to take any nonessential risks and get held adult in a crash, so my outcome is okay,” pronounced 19-year-old Preining. The best motorist in a ProAm category was Roar Lindland (N/Lechner Racing Middle East), who incited 41 on Sunday.
Porsche Junior Julien Andlauer (martinet by ALMERAS) will transport home empty-handed after a Frenchman had to call it quits after 9 laps. At a time of his retirement a fortifying champion of a Porsche Carrera Cup France had been using in sixth place. “It was an heated competition with lots of fights for positions. we was going clever after a start though unfortunately we had to lapse to a pits after a collision,” pronounced Andlauer.
YouTuber Chris Harris took a circle of a GT3 Cup with a starting array 911
Britain’s Chris Harris also took adult a plea of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup during Silverstone. As a VIP driver, a renouned YouTuber took a circle of a Porsche AG automobile sporting a mythological starting array 911. The presenter of a British motoring repository Top Gear had competent a automobile on P27 and resolved a competition in 26th place. “I managed to make adult a integrate of positions after a start, though a spin threw me back. The competition was outrageous fun and during slightest we didn’t come final – that was my goal,” pronounced Harris after his entrance in a general one-make cup.
A sum of 33 drivers took adult a competition during Silverstone in front of packaged Formula One grandstands. For 8 drivers this was a home race: Josh Webster (Stowmarket), Nick Yelloly (Solihull), Tom Sharp (Surrey), Mark Radcliffe (Rufford), VIP motorist Chris Harris (Bristol) as good as guest drivers from a Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain Lewis Plato (Billericay), Tom Wrigley (Owestry) and Dino Zamparelli (Bristol). In addition, a IDL Racing patrol from Surrey/England contests a finish Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup season.
Ammermüller retains his lead in a championship
After a competition on a Silverstone Circuit, Ammermüller retains his lead in a championship with 65 points for a Lechner driver. Yelloly ranks second 9 points behind a German. Pereira is third with 46 points.
Round 5 of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup is contested as support to a Formula One competition during Hockenheim from 20 to 22 July. This competition celebrates a lapse of a array to Germany after a year’s break. Since a 1993 entrance season, a Porsche Mobil1 Supercup has raced on a Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg lane a sum of 20 times.
Silverstone, competition 4 of 10
1. Florian Latorre (F/martinet by ALMERAS)
2. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing)
3. Mattia Drudi (I/Dinamic Motorsport)
4. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team Project 1)
5. Nick Yelloly (GB/Fach Auto Tech)
6. Zaid Ashkanani (KWT/MRS GT-Racing)
7. Dino Zamparelli (GB/BWT Lechner Racing)
8. Thomas Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing)
9. Josh Webster (GB/Momo Megatron Lechner Racing)
10. Tom Wrigley (GB/JTR)
Points standings after 4 of 10 races:
1. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), 65 points
2. Nick Yelloly (GB/Fach Auto Tech), 56 points
3. Dylan Pereira (L/Momo Megatron Lechner Racing), 46 points
The Frenchman incited a fastest path during subordinate on a racetrack in Northampshire in a time of 2:03.636 minutes. Lining adult subsequent to Latorre’s Porsche 911 GT3 Cup on a initial grid quarrel is Michael Ammermüller (BWT Lechner Racing) from Germany. The third quickest subordinate time was set by Dylan Pereira (Momo Megatron Lechner Racing) from Luxembourg. “The final mins were unequivocally gripping, so that creates me all a some-more gratified with my initial ever stick position in a Supercup. I’m feeling good and of march I’d like to win tomorrow,” pronounced Latorre (martinet by ALMERAS).
The competition motorist from Bordeaux set a second fastest time during giveaway practice, and upped his diversion in subordinate to spin a fastest lap. Under transparent blue skies and with a calm heat of 27 degrees Celsius, Ammermüller posted a initial tip time of a day after 5 mins on a Silverstone Circuit. When a drivers returned to a lane on uninformed tyres after 22 minutes, a subordinate event was red-flagged. By a time a lane went immature again, a drivers had usually 5 mins left to try a quick lap. With dual mins left on a clock, Latorre surfaced a time sheets. Behind a 21-year-old, Ammermüller posted a second fastest time in 2:03.687 minutes. “I was significantly faster on my second set of tyres. Had a red dwindle not come out, maybe we would’ve had a possibility to take stick position,” pronounced Ammermüller.
With a time of 2:03.793 mins on a 5.891 kilometre racetrack, Pereira planted his Porsche 911 GT3 Cup on a third grid spot. The 21-year-old also set his fastest time dual mins before a finish of a session. “At a commencement my automobile had a bit of oversteer, though we got to grips with it in my second stint. we have a good feeling for a competition on Sunday,” pronounced Pereira. Grid position 4 is assigned by Mattia Drudi (Dinamic Motorsport) from Italy with guest motorist Tom Wrigley (GB/JTR) holding adult a competition from fifth on a grid. This creates a 25-year-old a best of a British drivers on his home lane during Silverstone.
Posted a fastest path time: Florian Latorre
Porsche Junior Julien Andlauer (martinet by ALMERAS) tackles turn 4 of a general one-make crater from a third grid row. The 19-year-old Frenchman incited his fastest time on a Silverstone Circuit in 2:03.913 minutes, putting Andlauer on position sixth. “Of march I’d rather have started from serve adult a grid, though a times are all impossibly close. we consider we can urge my position in Sunday’s race,” pronounced a gifted youngster from Lyon. Britain’s Nick Yelloly (Fach Auto Tech) crossed a finish line after his fastest subordinate path in 2:03.974 minutes. This puts a 27-year-old from Solihull on P7. Position 8 on a grid is assigned by Zaid Ashkanani (MRS GT-Racing) from Kuwait forward of Larry 10 Voorde (Team Project 1) from a Netherlands.
Porsche Junior Thomas Preining (BWT Lechner Racing) rounds off a tip 10 starters for Sunday’s race. The motorist from Linz in Austria incited his fastest path in a final notation of a qualifying. “The event went rather badly for me. At a commencement we didn’t get my tyres adult to a optimal temperature. We’ll analyse a information so that we can swell adult a ranks tomorrow,” pronounced 19-year-old Preining.
This weekend, a cult Youtuber Chris Harris celebrates his entrance in a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup. The presenter of a British TV motoring repository Top Gear pilots a VIP automobile run by Porsche AG during Silverstone. The TV star from Bristol takes adult a general one-make crater from P27. “That was a good experience. I’m 2.4 seconds off stick position and I’m happy with that. The group gave me implausible support and that helped my certainty in a vehicle. In a competition I’d like to urge by during slightest one position,” pronounced Harris.
Third place in qualifying: Dylan Pereira
Taking adult a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup plea alongside Harris in a VIP automobile are 7 other British drivers: Tom Sharp (Surrey) and Mark Radcliffe (Rufford) contest for a Surrey-based IDL Racing squad, with Josh Webster (Stowmarket), Nick Yelloly (Solihull) as good as 3 guest drivers from a Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain, Lewis Plato (Billericay), Tom Wrigley (Owestry) and Dino Zamparelli (Bristol). A sum of 33 drivers will line adult on a grid on Sunday.
Round 4 of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup gets underway on Sunday on a Silverstone Circuit during 11.25 hrs internal time. As a use to fans, a competition can be watched around live timing and web radio on www.racecam.de. Eurosport broadcasts a competition in some-more than 60 countries. Moreover, a TV channel Sky front a general one-make crater array in both a UK and Italy.
1. Florian Latorre (F/martinet by ALMERAS), 2:03.636 minutes
2. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), 2:03.687 minutes
3. Dylan Pereira (L/Momo Megatron Lechner Racing), 2:03.793 minutes
4. Mattia Drudi (I/Dinamic Motorsport), 2:03.818 minutes
5. Tom Wrigley (GB/JTR), 2:03.912 minutes
6. Julien Andlauer (F/martinet by ALMERAS), 2:03.913 minutes
7. Nick Yelloly (GB/Fach Auto Tech), 2:03.974 minutes
8. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team Project 1), 2:04.078 minutes
9. Zaid Ashkanani (KWT/MRS GT-Racing), 2:04.118 minutes
10. Thomas Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing), 2:04.120 minutes