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The new scheme for this season that there is for the top 3 in qualifying bonus points, the drivers in the ADAC GT Masters basically find good, but ...
in the ADAC GT Masters In the current season 2021, not only in the race points for the overall standings. Also in qualifying points are awarded. For places 1-2-3 in a qualifying there are 3-2-1 bonus points. That is, three points for the poles, two points for P2 and a point for P3 in qualifying. What do the drivers think of the new regulation?
"It's a new incentive, a cool bonus," says Christopher Mies in conversation with 'Motorsport-Total.com' and thinks before: "If you succeed, of course, you can also see a championship over the year decide by bringing the crucial points. "
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contributing to Patric Niederhauser in conversation with 'Motorsport-Total.com': "I think the three points have no massive influence on the championship. And it's like that: Who drives on the poles, has a giant possibility To win races for which there are 25 points. "
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Photo: Jan Brucke / VLN"That's why I do not quite understand it," says Lowerhouse and stimulates: "Either I would have Given the qualifying even more points to make it more important. Or could I have been the same in my opinion, because the qualifying is already so important anyway and the three points are not the world now. "
That qualifying has become even more important by the bonus points, "The qualifying was always important," he says and refers to routes such as Oschersleben, where overtaking is not the simplest of all tasks.
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Dries Vanthoor finds that the bonus points in qualifying are "something good". Because: "It will eventually be invested so much work both from the team and the drivers to get a quick round. If you stand on the pole, but then lose the place maybe nothing lost again, you would normally have nothing. Now you have at least the three points. "
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Photo: Alexander TrienitzLuca proudly sees it just as well, with his explanation in conversation But with 'Motorsport-Total.com' but a little further. "I think it's a good regulation. You will be rewarded in principle for good work. That's why I really like it, especially since we practice in principle for qualifying. We make in preparation relatively little Longruns."
"Nevertheless, it is difficult," so proud. "We have a few cars less this year. This makes traffic management generally easier. That is, if you have a good vote, the likelihood is higher that you make a free round and get everything together, but of course it is with unheated tires still not easy. "
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also for pride, qualifying at a race weekend in the ADAC GT Masters is now "the A and O". Why? "If you are outside the top 8, or even outside the top 5, then it will be very difficult to win a race. It is actually only about 'Overcut' or 'Unercut'," says the Toksport Mercedes pilot on the different strategy options in the phase of pit stop.
Christopher Mies has an alternative proposal in the case of cases, Alexander Trienitzand Mies remotely remember: "We have to see how it develops, if the championship has it? It is more exciting, of course it is beautiful. But if the whole thing is more equalized, then we should be able to reconsider it for next year. " more: The Land Audi Pilot has an alternative proposal directly. "You could also have just as good prize money for the team, which the mechanics maybe may buy a box of beer or whatever. That would certainly have been a nice consideration, especially in such difficult times like Corona," says. "But now we have the points and have to see how it develops." with image material from Alexander Trienitz.
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