“Pole position was quite vicious on Hungaroring since it’s formidable to pass here. My start was good and we didn’t make any mistakes during a race,” pronounced Preining. Second place went to Porsche Junior Julien Andlauer (F/martinet by ALMERAS). Jaap outpost Lagen (Fach Auto Tech) from a Netherlands crossed a finish line in his Porsche 911 GT3 Cup in third place.
In fever and outward temperatures of 32 degrees Celsius, a competition on a Hungarian circuit literally incited into a exhilarated battle. At a conduct of a 27-strong margin was Preining. The 20-year-old shielded his lead after a start, however in a unequivocally initial path a reserve automobile had to be deployed. Preining, however, confirmed his lead after a restart in path two. Taking adult a competition from a second grid spot, Andlauer stranded tighten to a Austrian’s bumper. In a final laps, a immature Frenchman put Preining underneath pressure, though a Lechner motorist gave no possibility for Andlauer to fist past and resolved a competition after 14 laps in initial place. For a second time this season, a reigning champion of a Porsche Carrera Cup France took a dwindle in second place 11.7-seconds bashful of outpost Lagen. “This is a good result, and unfortunately we couldn’t do better. The feverishness was quite severe since we couldn’t unequivocally risk too most with a tyres,” pronounced Andlauer.
Van Lagen on third place
Third place on a storied racetrack on a hinterland of Budapest was assigned by outpost Lagen. The seasoned Porsche dilettante took adult a competition from fifth on a grid and managed to brush past dual vehicles in a scurry to a initial corner. “It feels good to mount on a lectern again. we was quick over a whole weekend and I’m anxious that we were rewarded for this in a race,” settled outpost Lagen. Behind a 41-year-old, Zaid Ashkanani (MRS GT-Racing) took a dwindle in fourth place. This is a best outcome so distant this mellow for a competition motorist from Kuwait. Fifth place on a 4.381-kilometre circuit went to Nick Yelloly (Fach Auto Tech).
The British motorist and Michael Ammermüller (BWT Lechner Racing) treated spectators to an sparkling duel. The German, however, couldn’t find a approach past his closest opposition in a championship. Seventh place was assigned by Christopher Zöchling (A/MRS GT-Racing), with a Dutchman Larry 10 Voorde (Team Project 1) channel a finish line in eighth as a best rookie. Roar Lindland (Lechner Racing Middle East) once again distinguished initial place in a ProAm-class. For a Norwegian, this noted his fifth win in this category.
Ammermüller continues to lead
Ammermüller continues to lead a championship with 91 points, Yelloly, however, is shutting a gap. Only 3 points apart a drivers after a competition on a Hungaroring. 19-year-old Andlauer ranks third after earning 65 points from 6 races.
The Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup now heads into a four-week summer break. Round 7 of a general one-make crater array will be contested in Spa-Francorchamps from 24-26 August. Lining adult to competition this spin is a Formula E motorist Felix Rosenqvist. The 26-year-old Swede will commander a VIP car with a starting array 911 on a tradition-steeped racetrack in a Ardennes.
Porsche Junior Thomas Preining takes adult a competition on a Hungaroring from stick position: At spin 6 of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup on a racetrack only outward Budapest, a Austrian incited a fastest subordinate path on Saturday in a time of 1:46.786 minutes. This is Preining’s second stick position so distant this season. “Overtaking is quite formidable on a Hungaroring, so I’m unequivocally gratified about this ideal starting position. With these prohibited temperatures we have to take it unequivocally easy on a tyres, and we managed to do this well,” pronounced Preining. Lining adult alongside a 19-year-old on a second grid mark with his 485 hp Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is Porsche Junior Julien Andlauer (F/martinet by ALMERAS). Starting position array 3 is assigned by Zaid Ashkanani (MRS GT-Racing) from Kuwait.
The subordinate for a 28-strong margin was hold in breathless temperatures of 31 degrees Celsius, with a aspect of a Hungarian racetrack totalled during 62 degrees Celsius. Preining underlined his explain to stick position 10 mins into a event when he planted his Porsche during a tip of a time sheets after his initial quick lap. On uninformed tyres, however, a cards were reshuffled for a second half of a 30-minute qualifying. With 3 mins left on a clock, Andlauer set a fastest lap. Preining afterwards immediately trumped a 19-year aged in a final notation to waylay P1, with Andlauer clinching second with a time of 1:47.105 minutes. This outlines a third time a reigning champion of a Porsche Carrera Cup France takes adult a competition from a initial grid quarrel this season. “I’m unequivocally confident with P2. Unfortunately we mislaid a small time in a initial sector, differently we could presumably have finished even better,” pronounced Andlauer.
“The start on Sunday will be critical”
The third fastest path on a storied racetrack northeast of Budapest was incited by Ashkanani in 1:47.405 minutes. The MRS motorist also posted his best time in a final notation of a qualifying. “This is a good result. With such heat, a conditions were special. The tyres mellow partially quickly, so we don’t have a lot of time to spin a drifting lap. The start on Sunday will be critical,” pronounced Askanani. Lining adult alongside a 24-year-old is his teammate Christopher Zöchling from Austria, with Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Fach Auto Tech) occupying a fifth grid spot.
Sixth in subordinate went to Florian Latorre (martinet by ALMERAS), creation a Frenchman a best rookie. The stream personality of a championship, Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), planted his nine-eleven on P7. Nick Yelloly (Fach Auto Tech) from Great Britain gathering a eighth best time on a 4.381-kilometre circuit. The best motorist in a ProAm difficulty was Norwegian Roar Lindland pushing for Lechner Racing Middle East.
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1. Thomas Preining (A/BWT Lechner Racing), 1:46.786 minutes
2. Julien Andlauer (F/martinet by ALMERAS), 1:47.105 minutes
3. Zaid Ashkanani (KWT/MRS GT-Racing), 1:47.405 minutes
4. Christopher Zöchling (A/MRS GT-Racing), 1:47.472 minutes
5. Jaap outpost Lagen (NL/Fach Auto Tech), 1:47.541 minutes
6. Florian Latorre (F/martinet by ALMERAS), 1:47.579 minutes
7. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), 1:47.635 minutes
8. Nick Yelloly (GB/Fach Auto Tech), 1:47.670 minutes
9. Al Faisal Al Zubair (OMN/Lechner Racing Middle East), 1:47.732 minutes
10. Mikkel O. Pedersen (DK/MRS GT-Racing), 1:47.811 minutes
Round 6 of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup takes off on Sunday during 12:35 hrs internal time. Fans can watch a competition 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 live in both a UK and Italy.