Enthusiasts DTM qualifying Nürburgring 2: Frijns takes pole, Habsburg succeeds sensation

12:40  20 september  2020
12:40  20 september  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

Glock on Abt scandal: "Audi used the chance to get rid of it"

 Glock on Abt scandal: © Audi AG DTM master Rast takes over his cockpit after Daniel Abt's scandal Why Timo Glock the scandal about Daniel Abt , who is now at Audis Formula E team replaced by DTM champion Rene Rast , considers it a mere pretext to put him in front of the door Was Daniel Abts offense at the "Race at Home Challenge" without notice from a professional sim -Racer represented, just an excuse for Audi to get rid of the Formula E driver? There is no doubt about that for BMW DTM driver Timo Glock.

Nurburgring . DTM / Qualifying report. Nurburgring DTM : Frijns wins Race 2 as Muller slips to fifth. Nurburgring DTM : Points leader Muller takes dominant win.

The 2020 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters is the thirty-fourth season of premier German touring car championship and also twenty-first season under the moniker of Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters

Robin Frijns holt die bereits fünfte Pole-Position der Saison © Audi Robin Frijns takes the fifth pole position of the season

Fifth pole of the season for Abt-Audi driver Robin Frijns: the Saturday winner wins The best starting position in 1: 19.412 on the Nürburgring sprint track and thus shortening his deficit in the championship to DTM leader Nico Müller to just eleven points.

In second place the big surprise: WRT Audi driver Ferdinand Habsburg secured second place 0.2 seconds behind Frijns and thus started from the front row for the first time in his DTM career.

Followed in third and fourth place by Müller and Rosberg Audi driver Rene Rast, who struggled with the handling of his RS 5 during qualifying. Behind them are five BMW drivers: Marco Wittmann was 0.385 seconds short of pole time - he is the best BMW driver in fifth.

Stark also presented himself to Robert Kubica, who achieved seventh place with his ART-BMW - and thus the best starting position of his DTM career.

A detailed report will follow shortly

"I was lucky": Why Rast stopped in front of the safety car .
© ITR Rene Rast was in the right place at the right time When Robin Frijns crashed into the wall at the pit exit in Zolder, there was a safety car Phase in the air. Just a few seconds later, the current DTM champion Rene Rast turned into the pit lane to make his mandatory stop. That was pure luck, as the man from Minden reveals after the race.

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