World CUPRA E-Racing Competition Dubai: Three Germans qualified for the final

23:05  23 november  2020
23:05  23 november  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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With Florian Hasse, Max Pfeifer and Leon Otocki, three Germans have competed for the final of the CUPRA E-Racing Competition qualified. It was remarkable that the two race winners Nestor Garcia and Leon Rüdinger failed to make it into the top 6 that saved them. The remaining places for the finale of the Sim Racing series on December 7th will be allocated via hotlap events.

Garcia dominated the first race

Garcia secured pole position for the first race in qualifying, thus grabbing the three bonus points and making a strong start. Hasse from Germany, who started from the front row alongside the Spaniard, came in second behind Garcia. Rüdinger, on the other hand, got off to a bad start and was washed back from third to fifth. Pfeifer benefited from this and inherited third place.

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While nothing worth mentioning happened at the top, Rüdinger experienced a real rollercoaster ride of emotions. The German dropped out of the top 10 after a mistake and contact with the enemy, but ultimately fought his way back to an important tenth place after a mishap by Ilia Drovossekov, which secured him pole position for the second run. At the top, Garcia won ahead of the German duo Hasse and Pfeifer.

Three Germans on the podium

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The second run was dominated by three German drivers: pole sitters After a poor start, Rüdinger had to defend his lead against Marcello Caserta and Marvin Mackenberg. He stayed in front and took a sure start-to-finish victory. Florian Hasse landed in second place, having made up one position after the other in the early stages and passed Caserta from Italy five minutes before the end.

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Mackenberg fell far behind early after contact. It also caught the race winner Garcia, who ultimately only crossed the finish line in twelfth place. Caserta was washed back to fourth place on the final lap as the Italian was put under pressure by Leon Otocki on the final lap and ultimately overtaken. The German made a mistake on his rival and secured a place on the podium.

Third race win goes to Poland

Pole-Sitter Mackenberg got off to a good start in the third race and secured the lead. For Garcia, who won the first run, the third run was also a real nightmare. The Spaniard was involved in an accident and crashed into the wall. Garcia therefore had to fear for his qualification for the final. Kristian Kwietnewski took second place ahead of Caserta.

The Pole then put the leading Mackenberg under massive pressure. When there were six minutes left, Kwietnewski made it past the German, who immediately had to defend himself against Caserta. The German couldn't withstand the pressure and fell back to seventh place in the final stages.

Ultimately, Kwietnewski won in third place ahead of Caserta and Carlo Luciano Bedin. Four Germans followed behind: Pfeiffer, Otocki, Attila Diner and Mackenberg. Hasse crossed the finish line in third place, but fell back to 20th place due to a penalty. Ultimately, the cumulative points from all three races were important, because the top 6 withdrew their ticket for the final of the CUPRA E-Racing Competition 2020.

The provisional six qualified drivers are: Hasse, Pfeifer, Caserta, Bedin, Otocki and Kwietnewski. Garcia and Ründinger did not make it into the top 6. The remaining places in the final will be awarded in two hotlap events in the virtual Bathurst and Sonoma. The big season finale will take place on December 7th on four different tracks - Nürburgring, Silverstone, Spa-Francorchamps and Aragon.

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