Two wins for Philip Ellis in a Audi Sport TT Cup

“14 new participants, dual determined drivers and both a guest drivers delivered dual fantastic races with some stirring battles over positions,” pronounced Chris Reinke, Head of Audi Sport patron racing. “The 2017 conspirator have already given us some glorious movement today. This deteriorate is guaranteed to be an sparkling one.” Even yet Philip Ellis has brought with him most knowledge from final year, a Briton had to quarrel tough for his dual victories. In a initial competition on Saturday, a 16-year-old Swiss rookie Yannik Brandt led from a start to a center of a race, before he mislaid initial place to Ellis. Gosia Rdest also overtook a newcomer. The Pole crossed a line 1.883 seconds behind Ellis and in front of Brandt.

In a second spin on Sunday, Gosia Rdest done her symbol right from a start. She upheld a Dutch pole-sitter Milan Dontje during spin dual and went on to lead a competition for 10 laps. As a tires of her Audi TT crater began to degrade, a pursuer Ellis took a lead with 3 laps to go after a severe scheme and distinguished his second feat in dual races with a three-second advantage. “That was a unequivocally tough battle,” pronounced Ellis. “Without holding some risks we wouldn’t have been means to bind my second win.” Nevertheless, Gosia Rdest has each reason to be unapproachable of herself: she is a initial womanlike motorist to finish in second place given a 2015 pregnancy of a Audi one-make cup. The 24-year-old student, who perceived her prize from a nine-time Le Mans leader Tom Kristensen, is second on a list behind Ellis after dual out of 14 rounds.