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Sport Rene Rast's Eau Rouge trick: That's why Müller's final attack failed

18:25  02 august  2020
18:25  02 august  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Although Rast passed Muller for second at the start of the race, the Abt Audi driver got a better With the momentum behind him, Muller stuck to the throttle at Eau Rouge , blasting past the Team Rast said he had no explanation as to why he struggled with heavy tyre wear during his opening two stints.

Although Rast passed Muller for second at the start of the race, the Abt Audi driver got a better run from the exit of La Source and the two drivers went side-by-side on the following straight. With the momentum behind, Muller stuck to the throttle at Eau Rouge , blasting past the Team Rosberg driver

But then the situation came to a head. "It was clear to me that the last lap would be the decisive one," Rast describes his thoughts. "That's why I drove through Eau Rouge a little differently to take his momentum. So he wasn't able to get past me on the long straight. That was of course the key to victory for me."

Why Müller did not dare to try again in the end

Because it was clear that Müller could only pass by with a lot of risk in the curvy second sector, but also in the fast but tight high-speed track with courage curves like Blanchimont.

"In the remaining round I tried to get as close as possible to him to try something in the end, but I didn't want to do a Harakirim maneuver with a brand colleague and risk a crash," explains Müller, why he didn't do it.

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Rene Rast overhauled long-time leader Nico Muller in a tense duel to win the second race of the 2020 DTM season at Spa Francorchamps. On Lap 4, Muller sufficiently closed in on Rast to pull alongside the two-time champion along the Kemmel straight and slipped past him at the outside of Les Combes.

Why Rast is the best driver outside F1. Audi DTM driver Nico Muller has dismissed newly-crowned series champion Rene Rast ' s claims that he failed to keep a "cool head" with Rene Rast bounced back from a disastrous opening DTM Lausitzring race to win the finale , as his Audi teammate and title

"Never so unhappy about second place"

Müller can not hide his frustration, although he leads the championship before Rast with 46 points, which is seven points behind. "I have never been so unhappy about a second place," admits the Swiss, who won the Saturday race. "He deserved this win, but at the same time I think I should have deserved this win as well."

This also has to do with the fact that he took the lead in round four and defended it until round 21. "I did all the work in this race, leading the train without DRS. And on a track where the DRS effect was great. My pace was very good, I managed the tires very well."

He agrees with Rast that he was very strong in the second stint: "In the second stint, Rene was a bit stronger than in the first and used that to his advantage. I stayed calm, but unfortunately it wasn't quite enough in the end. "

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