The winner there was twice Larry ten Voorde. “(Photo: Porsche) Michael Ammermüller wins in the 15th.
The 19-year-old drove through leaked coolant from a competitor and slipped from the lane into the lane in third place. The field lined up behind the safety car, a Porsche Taycan Turbo, for two laps. Köhler benefited from the failure of his team-mate and secured third place. “” Unfortunately, I couldn’t keep up with the leaders, but I’m still satisfied with the result.
Ending the season on Sunday with another podium would be a great way to end, “” summarized Köhler. The 21-year-old was the best driver from the Porsche Carrera Cup Talent Pool, the one-make cup’s junior program. Joey Mawson (Australia / Fach Auto Tech) achieved his best result of the season to date with fourth place on the 3.667-kilometer racetrack southwest of Magdeburg. Rookie Julian Hanses (Germany / Förch Racing) saw the checkered flag in fifth ahead of Kay van Berlo (Netherlands / Nebulus Racing) by Huber) and Diego Bertonelli (Italy / Fach Auto Tech).
Lukas Ertl (Germany / Overdrive Racing by Huber) placed his cup car in eighth place. Carlos Rivas (Black Falcon Team Textar) continued his winning streak in the ProAm class and celebrated his ninth win of the season. The Luxembourger was followed by Matthias Jeserich (Germany / CarTech Motorsport by Nigrin) and Stefan Rehkopf (Germany / Nebulus Racing by Huber). The title decisions will be made in three classes on Sunday: Ten Voorde (211 points) against Pereira (207 points) is the duel for the championship title in the overall standings. Hanses (186 points), Heinrich (181 points) and Bertonelli (176 points) make up the win in the rookie class.
In the team standings, Förch Racing (313 points) and Nebulus Racing by Huber (275 points) are fighting for the championship. Rivas has been able to call himself ProAm Champion 2020 since the last race weekend at the Lausitzring. The final eleventh round of the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland season begins on Sunday at 11:40 a.m. local time. Pereira starts from pole position.
The TV channel Sport1 + will broadcast the race live. In addition, the official YouTube and Facebook channel (@CarreraCupDeutschland) of the Carrera Cup and the Porsche Motorsport Hub will broadcast the race live. Race result 10th race, Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland1. Dylan Pereira (Luxemburg / Förch Racing) 2.
Larry ten Voorde (Netherlands / Nebulus Racing by Huber) 3. Leon Köhler (Germany / T3 / HRT Motorsport) 4. Joey Mawson (Australia / Fach Auto Tech) 5. Julian Hanses (Germany / Förch Racing) 6.
Kay van Berlo (Netherlands / Nebulus Racing by Huber) 7. Diego Bertonelli (Italy / Fach Auto Tech) 8. Lukas Ertl (Germany / Overdrive Racing by Huber) 9. Jukka Honkavuori (Finland / MRS-GT Racing) 10.
Carlos Rivas (Luxembourg / Black Falcon Team Textar) Score after 10 out of 11 races Larry ten Voorde (Netherlands / Nebulus Racing by Huber), 211 points Dylan Pereira (Luxemburg / Förch Racing), 207 points Leon Köhler (Germany / T3 / HRT Motorsport), 127 points, rookie class
Julian Hanses (Germany / Förch Racing), 186 points Laurin Heinrich (Germany / T3 / HRT Motorsport), 181 points Diego Bertonelli (Italy / Fach Auto Tech), 176 points ProAm class 1. Carlos Rivas (Luxemburg / Black Falcon Team Textar), 245 points Matthias Jeserich (Germany / CarTech Motorsport by Nigrin), 178 points
Stefan Rehkopf (Germany / Nebulus Racing by Huber), 172 points team classification Förch Racing, 313 points2. Nebulus Racing by Huber, 275 points 3. T3 / HRT Motorsport, 244 points Source: ntv.de “It was wet at the Porsche Carrera Cup at the Lausitzring. (Photo: Porsche) Premiere in the Porsche Carrera Cup: Leon Köhler celebrates his first victory in the class in the rain race at the Lausitzring The race weekend also produced the first title decision – and a new championship leader. Leon Köhler and his team T3 / HRT Motorsport cheered: the German won his first race in the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland on Sunday at the Lausitzring. “” I have this moment forever worked towards it, I am overjoyed.
I didn’t get off to an optimal start, but after that I was very fast. With Laurin Heinrich’s podium, it’s an outstanding result for the team, “said Köhler. In an action-packed run, Larry ten Voorde (Netherlands / Nebulus Racing by Huber) came in second and is the new overall leader. Third place went to Laurin Heinrich (T3 / HRT Motorsport / Germany). A title decision has already been made: Carlos Rivas (Luxembourg / Black Falcon Team Textar) secured the championship in the ProAm class early with his class win. In the race on wet roads, all drivers relied on rain tires.
Heinrich got off to a rapid start in his 485 hp Porsche 911 GT3 Cup and climbed from fifth to the top. Behind them, Köhler and Pole-Setter ten Voorde took their place. Köhler put pressure on Heinrich directly – the 21-year-old took the lead in the third round. After that, Köhler pulled away and was the first to confidently cross the finish line. Ten Voorde won the duel for second place.
On lap six the Huber driver used one of Heinrich’s brakes to pull past the rookie. “” In the race I was unfortunately unable to keep up with Leon Köhler’s pace. Overall, however, it was a successful weekend for me. I have taken the lead in the championship and travel to the season finale in Oschersleben with a good feeling, “said ten Voorde.Heinrich already achieved his fifth podium finish in Lausitz. “” I knew that Leon Köhler and Larry ten Voorde are very fast despite the greasy road surface. My aim was to defend third place.
I did that, “” explained Heinrich. Fourth position went to Rudy van Buren (CarTech Motorsport by Nigrin) – the Dutchman’s best result of the season. Diego Bertonelli (Italy / Fach Auto Tech) crossed the finish line in fifth, ahead of Joey Mawson (Australia / Fach Auto Tech) and Lucas Groeneveld (Netherlands / GP Elite). The race was unfortunate for Dylan Pereira (Förch Racing), who had to give up the championship lead after finishing eighth: On the third lap, the Luxembourger slipped off the track and fell back to the end of the field. The Black Falcon Team Textar celebrated.
Carlos Rivas made the championship in the ProAm classification perfect early with his eighth class win. In the race at the 4.57-kilometer Lausitzring, he crossed the finish line ahead of Stefan Rehkopf (Germany / Nebulus Racing by Huber) and Matthias Jeserich (Germany / CarTech Motorsport by Nigrin). “” We have been a well-established team for several years. That was the key to the great success this season. The weather conditions were a big challenge this weekend, as the conditions kept changing during the races, “said Rivas.” “A new championship leader, a title decision in the ProAm classification and two action-packed races – the weekend at the Lausitzring had a lot to offer. I am particularly pleased that Leon Köhler, a young driver from our talent pool program, has achieved his first victory, “” said Hurui Issak, the project manager of the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany. The championship fight will be decided at the season finale in the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben between ten Voorde (191 points) and Pereira (182 points).
In third place in the current points evaluation is Heinrich (117 points). On the coming weekend (November 6th to 8th) the drivers can get a maximum of 50 points in the ADAC GT Masters double run. The Carrera Cup also hosts its Experience Day at the event in Magdeburg. Talented young drivers get a look behind the scenes of the one-make cup and are allowed to drive the current cup vehicle on November 9th. Source: ntv.de “Nice and fast: Julian Andlauer on the Nürburgring. (Photo: imago images / HochZwei) In battle Porsche Junior Julien Andlauer (F / BWT Lechner Racing) made the best use of the weekend at the Nürburgring for the title in the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany: First the championship leader celebrated first place in the race on Saturday, followed by the fourth win of the season on Sunday Porsche Junior Julien Andlauer (F / BWT Lechner Racing) made the best use of the weekend at the Nürburgring in the fight for the title in the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland: First the championship leader celebrated first place in the race on Saturday, followed by the fourth win of the season on Sunday. “” Actually I was really fast. Unfortunately I made a mistake in between and Michael Ammermüller was right behind me until the end.
For the championship it was of course extremely important to have finished before him, “” said Andlauer. His German team mate Michael Ammermüller (D / BWT Lechner Racing) took second place ahead of Dylan Pereira (L / Lechner Racing Team). The six drivers Louis Henkefend (D / Team Allied-Racing), Berkay, had a reason to be delighted this weekend Besler (TR / Car Collection Motorsport), Reece Barr (IRL / Förch Racing), Gustav Malja (S / Förch Racing) as well as Leon Köhler (D / MSG / HRT Motorsport) and Nicolas Schöll (A / Team Allied-Racing). The sextet is qualified for the final of the Porsche Esports Carrera Cup Germany. In Zandvoort and at the Nürburgring, the drivers set the fastest times in the simulator in the Porsche Hospitality.
In the final race on August 30th at the ADAC SimRacing Expo at the Nürburgring, the drivers will compete against six online players. On Sunday, a total of 29 Porsche 911 GT3 Cups rolled into the starting grid on the real race track under a cloudy sky. Andlauer made optimal use of the 485 hp of his vehicle to convert the pole position into a lead.
In the second lap, the safety car had to go out on the track, but Andlauer was also sovereign at the restart and was able to break away from his pursuers. But in the course of the race, Ammermüller got closer and closer to the 20-year-old. The spectators in the Eifel saw a gripping battle for the lead. The veteran tried several times to pull past the end of the start-finish straight. But Andlauer defended himself skillfully and after 19 laps crossed the finish line 0.182 seconds before Ammermüller. “” The win was definitely in it for me.
However, overtaking is only possible in a few places here. There’s no point in rashly driving into a gap and risking failure. Everything is still open in the championship, “said Ammermüller. Pereira managed to place another podium.
The Luxembourger overtook Larry ten Voorde (NL / Overdrive Racing by Huber) right after the start. “” My goal is to finish third in the championship. I was able to take the next step for that today. Of course it also gives me confidence that I made it into the top three for the fourth time in a row, “” said Pereira. Henric Skoog (S / Overdrive Racing by Huber) and Jaap van Lagen (NL / Förch Racing) saw the checkered flag behind ten Voorde.
Joey Mawson (AUS / CARTECH Motorsport by Nigrin) finished in seventh position on the 3.629-kilometer sprint track at the Nürburgring. Eighth place went to Igor Walilko (PL / Overdrive Racing by Huber). Porsche Junior Jaxon Evans (NZ / Team Project 1 – JBR) started from 14th position and has now made it to tenth place.
The New Zealander finished eleventh. “” That was an intense race with a lot of duels. Unfortunately I made a few mistakes too many. It was my first race weekend in the Carrera Cup here at the Nürburgring, but of course I wanted to keep going, “said Evans. Right at the top of the podium in the amateur class was Stefan Rehkopf from Germany. The Huber driver won ahead of Georgi Donchev (BG / Huber Racing) and Matthias Jeserich (D / CARTECH Motorsport by Nigrin). With his two victories at the Nürburgring, Andlauer was able to stand out in the championship: The Frenchman has 197.5 points and thus 23.5 points ahead of pursuer Ammermüller.
Ten Voorde is third with 154 points. For races 13 and 14, the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland will travel to the Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg from September 13 to 15 together with the ADAC GT Masters.
The season opener of the brand cup took place on the course in Hardtwald. The winner there was twice Larry ten Voorde. “(Photo: Porsche) Michael Ammermüller wins the 15th round of the Porsche Carrera Cup.
This will make the decision in the title fight in the 16th and final race. Julien Andlauer, who starts with a 15.5 point lead over Ammermüller, has the best cards. The victory on Sunday brings 25 points. The battle for the championship in the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany remains open until the final race.
On Saturday Michael Ammermüller (D / BWT Lechner Racing) won the 15th race of the season ahead of Larry ten Voorde (NL / Overdrive Racing by Huber) and Dylan Pereira (L / Lechner Racing Team). “” That was a faultless race for me. It was important that I got past Larry ten Voorde early. That worked really well, “” said Ammermüller, whose championship rival Julien Andlauer (F / BWT Lechner Racing) finished fourth in the race. The Porsche Junior starts the decisive race on Sunday with 255.5 points and a lead of 15.5 points over Ammermüller.
The decision in the amateur class will also be made on Sunday: Carlos Rivas (L / Black Falcon Team Textar, 264 points) leads just ahead of Stefan Rehkopf (D / Huber Racing, 257.5 points). At the 16th round, 25 points were awarded in both categories. Right at the start of the 30 Porsche 911 GT3 Cups, Ammermüller underscored his ambitions for victory. The driver from Rotthalmünster pulled past Pole-Setter ten Voorde from second position in his 485 hp Cup Porsche.
Ammermüller then managed to break away from its competitors. An early safety car phase prevented the Lechner driver from gaining a larger lead – but Ammermüller was also confident at the restart. The veteran then pulled away lap by lap and was the first to cross the finish line after 19 laps.
For Ammermüller it is already the sixth victory. Never before has he celebrated first place in one season in the Carrera Cup. There was an intense duel for second place: Pereira repeatedly attacked the man in front, but ten Voorde fended off all attacks. “” It was a really tough fight with Dylan Pereira, it was fun. Unfortunately, I made a small mistake at the start, but the result is still great, “” said ten Voorde.Pereira made it onto the podium for the ninth time of the season. “” After the start I was able to overtake Julien Andlauer directly.
Then I tried to force Larry ten Voorde to make mistakes. Shortly before the end I was really close, but he defended himself successfully, “” said the Luxembourger.