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Cars BMW duo wins the anniversary race of the GT Masters

17:30  18 october  2020
17:30  18 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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BMW works driver Timo Scheider and BMW Motorsport Junior Mikkel Jensen started the 2018 season of the ADAC GT Masters with podium success. The BMW Team Schnitzer duo initially crossed the finish line in fourth place at the wheel of the #42 BMW M6 GT 3 in the race on Saturday in

The 2020 ADAC GT Masters is the Fourteenth season of the ADAC GT Masters , the grand tourer-style sports car racing founded by the German automobile club ADAC. Scoring system.

The BMW duo Erik Johansson and Jens Klingmann wins the anniversary race of the ADAC GT Masters in Spielberg. The second-placed car falls behind due to a penalty.

BMW-Duo gewinnt Jubiläumsrennen der GT Masters © Provided by sport1.de BMW duo wins GT Masters anniversary race

It couldn't have gone better for Jens Klingmann and Erik Johansson.

The BMW duo secured victory in the ADAC GT Masters anniversary race. The 200th race in the series was held on Sunday at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg. Already at the 199th lap on Saturday things went well for Klingmann and Johansson with third place, but even better on Sunday.

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"Yesterday I was on the podium for the first time, today I won the first time. To be honest, I'm just speechless. It's such a special weekend," said Johansson in the SPORT1 interview and explained why things went so well for his team in Styria. "This track suits BMW well and the team also seems to feel comfortable here, they already won here last year. That I was able to repeat this success here today is very nice for me."

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colleague Jens Klingmann, on the other hand, was much more irritated about the victory at SPORT1 . "Apparently it's going very well for us. I didn't think it would be possible when we drove here. I wouldn't have thought it when I woke up this morning either. But qualifying was the key to being in the To be in the front row. And I had made up my mind to get the Lamborghini right at the start, "said the athlete.

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This weekend marked the first outing for the BMW M6 GT 3 in the 2017 ADAC GT Masters and, luckily for BMW Team Schnitzer, it was an encouraging first step. BMW drivers Philipp Eng and Junior Ricky Collard won the second race on Sunday after scoring a third place in the first race on Saturday

The ADAC GT Masters is a grand tourer-based auto racing series founded by the international Stéphane Ratel Organisation (SRO) and supported by the German ADAC automotive club.

With this project he was successful. "We have a good top speed in general. I looked less at the traffic lights than to the right. Then I tried to find a compromise, where to look, when to start, so that you don't make an early start. That was a key . "

The Lamborghini duo consisting of Tim Zimmermann and Steijn Schothorst, on the other hand, could not benefit from pole position and fell back to ninth place right at the start, where they both crossed the finish line.

Porsche duo is getting closer

Behind the BMW team, Christian Engelhart and Michael Ammermüller finished second in the Porsche. Maro Engel and Luca Stolz finished third in the Mercedes.

It was bitter for Henric Skoog. A few laps before the end, the BMW driver was given a ten-second time penalty. The reason for this was that the track limits were exceeded. Until then, the driver and partner Nick Yelloly was in second place, in the end it was only fifth. After yesterday's win, the team missed out on the podium again.

Patric Niederhauser and Kelvin van der Linde continue to lead in the overall standings, who only finished eighth on Sunday. The second placed duo Ammermüller / Engelhart was able to catch up enormously. In third place are Robert Renauer and Sven Müller, who are the losers of the weekend with 19th place.

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