•   
  •   
  •   

Sports Flood Disaster: GT Masters not at the Nürburgring

20:31  22 july  2021
20:31  22 july  2021 Source:   sport1.de

No. 1 players in the world at majors and how they fared

  No. 1 players in the world at majors and how they fared The No. 1 player in the world going into the majors since the world ranking began in 1986, and how they fared: 2021 British Open — Dustin Johnson: July 15-18. US Open — Dustin Johnson: Tie for 19th. PGA Championship — Dustin Johnson: Missed cut. Masters — Dustin Johnson: Missed cut. 2020 Masters — Dustin Johnson: Won. US Open — Dustin Johnson: Tie for 6th. PGA Championship — Justin Thomas: Tie for 37th. 2019 British Open — Brooks Koepka: Tie for 4th. US Open — Brooks Koepka: Runner-up. PGA Championship — Dustin Johnson: Runner-up. Masters — Justin Rose: Missed cut. 2018 PGA Championship — Dustin Johnson: Tie for 27th. British Open — Dustin Johnson: Missed cut.

The fourth race weekend of the ADAC GT Masters planned for early August can not be held at the Nürburgring.

Flut-Katastrophe: GT Masters nicht am Nürburgring © Provided by sport1.de Flood disaster: GT Masters not at the Nürburgring

The fourth race weekend of the ADAC GT Masters planned for early August can not be held at the Nürburgring. The organizers announced on Thursday.

A catch-up date or an alternative venue would be "currently being released" at present ".

After the flood disaster, which also hit the Eifel particularly hard, the Nürburgring and its infrastructure are used for at least until 8 August by the rescue services as a coordination office for auxiliary measures.

"The pictures from the Eifel and the surrounding regions have all shaken us all. Our deep compassion and our sympathy applies to the people concerned, our respect is the rescue workers in the region, to which all motor sports enthusiasts have a very special relationship, "said Adac board Lars Saulka.

Column: Even without Woods, majors not any easier to win .
The Masters green jacket had been in his possession for just over three weeks and Dustin Johnson already was looking ahead at more major titles. U.S. Open champion. Masters champion. Two-time major champion. Which title sounded the best to him? “Masters champion. It's got a nice ring to it,” Johnson said, and the easy smile revealed as much. “And just because the ‘two-time major champion,’ that's going to increase.” That's what they all say.U.S. Open champion. Masters champion. Two-time major champion.

usr: 0
This is interesting!