PMSC: Porsche Junior Thomas Preining celebrates second win of deteriorate in Budapest

“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.

911 GT3, Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, Budapest, competition 6, 2018, Porsche AG

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.

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 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.