World Due to NLS cancellation: Second championship title for Rink / Brink / Leisen
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We can really look forward to the cancellation of the two final races of the Nürburgring- Long distance series (NLS, formerly VLN) nobody. But at least there are three drivers for whom the cancellation is also good news.
Christopher Rink, Danny Brink and Philipp Leisen win the title in the endurance series on the Nürburgring-Nordschleife for the second time after 2018. It is also the third consecutive title for Adrenalin Motorsport. (Final result of the championship)
In the NLS 2020 regulations, a bulletin at the beginning of the season stipulated that if there were six or fewer races, all results would be included in the ranking. Since only five runs have been driven, there is no cancellation result.
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With five wins from five races in class V4, Rink / Brink / Leisen win the championship again on their BMW 325i with 48.39 points. They take over from their team mates Yannick Fübrich and David Griessner, who won the Cup5 title in a BMW M240i Racing in 2019.
"It's a laughing and a crying eye," says Danny Brink in an interview with 'Motorsport-Total.com'. "Of course, five wins from five races are a great story, but of course we would have liked to have seen a fitting final race. We were all really excited about driving and we were really looking forward to the two final races."
It would have been a return to the BMW 325i E90 after Rink / Brink / Leisen switched to a BMW 330i G20 from the VT2 class at the 24-hour race at the Nürburgring. Together with Philipp Stahlschmidt, they won the class by one lap.
In the NLS overall standings, Thorsten Jung (Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 CS) comes second with 45.59 points, followed by Florian Naumann (BMW M4 GT4) with 44.22 points. The speed trophy for overall victories goes to the Walkenhorst BMW # 34.
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