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Season 2021/22

ETS 2021/22 SCHEDULE UPDATE

As we can begin to see a chance to get back to racing, we have been working with our venues around Europe to make a new ETS calendar.  We are now more confident we can start the season in July, in Andernach, Germany.  Looking at the rules for different countries, this gives us the best chance to start racing again!  We plan now to make our visit to Apeldoorn in the Netherlands in September.

 

Entries for Andernach open Thursday 10 June on MyRCM - so please get ready to make your entry and we hope to see you in Andernach!

ETS R1 in Andernach cancelled

As the current situation is improving from week to week in most of the countries here in Europe, we all are full of hope for the restart of our normal life - and RC racing as well. 
But as we are still not where we like to be regarding Covid-19 infections and country regulations, we have to inform you today that we cannot start into the new ETS season as we had planned from 10th to 13th of June at Arena33 in Andernach /Germany.

There are still too many unclear factors for us at the moment as for example we don`t know when hotels will be allowed to open up again and when it will be possible to organize events in the size we need to run a great ETS race with all of you.

We are sure that you want to race as soon as possible just like we do – and we will give our very best to make it happen when everything allows us to do what we love the most.

ETS NEWS

Check out the latest ETS News of season #14 2021/22 and learn more about the changes that will come up.

Visit our YouTube Channel to get more information.

English Version: https://youtu.be/dB6VH997rk0

Deutsche Version: https://youtu.be/nLVNb9zpXFo

 

THANK YOU MUCHMORE

We are incredibly proud that the ETS has so many fantastic partners and supporters across the whole RC industry. These companies work with us to enable us to provide the racers with the best race experiences possible. A huge part of that are the companies that supply us with the key pieces of equipment for each racer – the tyres and electronics.

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ETS & EOS 2021 UPDATE

As this crazy 2020 year draws to close, everyone is keen to know about our 2021 events.  Of course, most importantly, we continue to look at all the government advice, and the rules that are in place throughout Europe – the different countries we race in and where our many racers come from.

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EURO RC SERIES – END OF 2020 ‘REVIEW’

As we approach December and the end of 2020, it would be normal for us to look back on our races throughout the year and think about all the wonderful events we have held.  But, as you know, 2020 has certainly not been normal at all – for any part of life, and especially our international RC races.

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CANCELLATION RD4 MÜLHEIM-KÄRLICH

Dear ETS Mülheim-Kärlich racers,

this time we have to send you bad news, what is very difficult for us. After a hard fight over the last two days and a long conversation this morning within our team, we took the decision to cancel the ETS in MK for coming week in the last minute.

 

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ETS R4 - MÜHLHEIM-KÄRLICH, GERMANY

Although the sun seems to have only just set on a great event in Andernach, we need to look ahead to our next race in Mulheim Karlich, Germany!

At the moment, the government in this part of Germany allows events of up to 250 people indoors. Our normal indoor ETS events go way beyond this, so we have had to come up with a new solution for this race. So, the race will be held in TWO PARTS.

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VOLKER VICTORIOUS AS ETS GETS BACK ON TRACK

The Euro Touring Series (ETS) finally got back underway last weekend, after the Coronavirus situation forced the delay to the 2020 season.  The newly re-surfaced and re-configured Arena 33 circuit in Andernach, Germany, was the host for the return of the famous series and attracted around 200 entries – impressive given the situation and the travel restrictions that continue to affect events in Europe.

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2019/20 ETS RD3 - VOLANTE MODIFIED A-MAIN 2

ETS ROUND 3 ANDERNACH - PICTURE GALLERY

ETS Round 3 Picture Gallery update. Fascinating photos by rc-cars-pics. Have a look at them on our website here

ETS ANDERNACH DRIVERS BRIEFING

It’s time to get underway! As we can’t do the drivers meeting on the track, please pay attention to this video which covers all the important points for the weekend!

Watch the video in full length here.

LIVESTREAM ROUND3, ANDERNACH (GERMANY)

We are LIVE in Andernach!

Video Livestream from Friday till Sunday.

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INTERVIEW WITH OLLIE BULTYNCK FROM BELGIUM

Coming up now in our series of interviews with our ETS Family we go to Belgium and one of their best on-road drivers, Ollie Bultynck!

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INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT PIETSCH FROM GERMANY

This time we are happy to welcome Robert Pietsch in our series of „ETS Family Interviews“. Let`s hear from Robert how his job at Mugen looks like and what he is expecting from RC in the future!

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INTERVIEW WITH VIKTOR WILCK FROM SWEDEN

Next in our ETS Family interviews is multi-time ETS winner, Viktor Wilck.  Hailing from Sweden, Viktor has an impressive list of race results against his name, including two Reedy Race titles alongside his many European victories.

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INTERVIEW WITH FRANCESCO MARTINI FROM ITALY

Our interview guest for this week is Francesco Martini from MonacoRC. He is well-known for being the mechanic of Bruno Coelho, but in this interview you will get some other interesting information about Francesco and his life in Monaco. Enjoy this weeks “ETS Family Interview” with Francesco Martini!

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INTERVIEW WITH FREDERIK BROlØS MIKKELSEN

Next one up in our series of ETS Family Interviews is Frederik Broløs Mikkelsen from Denmark. He is one of the fastest Pro Stock racers of the last years making the A-main at almost every race!

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INTERVIEW WITH MARTIN HOFER FROM GERMANY

For this week’s „ETS Family Interview“ we welcome Yokomo driver Martin Hofer on stage. Martin is racing RC cars since many, many years and he has a very interesting view on RC racing due to his huge amount of experience from the good old days of racing! Check out the interview and enjoy Martin`s view onto our amazing sport!

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INTERVIEW WITH LOIC JASMIN FROM FRANCE

Today`s guest in our series of „ETS Family Interviews“ is Loic Jasmin from France.  Loic is racing at almost every ETS and we asked him about his RC racing program and his private life in the northern region of France!

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ETS, EOS & ENS INTRODUCE REVISED SCHEDULES

With the Corona virus situation impacting racing around the world, many planned events have had to be cancelled or postponed. After carefully monitoring the situation throughout Europe, and talking to host venues and government officials in various countries, the organisers of the ETS, EOS and ENS championships have been able to put together a revised schedule of races for the rest of 2020. Of course, these still do remain provisional as the rules and restrictions change on a regular basis and any further updates will be communicated to racers closer to each event date.

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INTERVIEW WITH MAX MÄCHLER FROM GERMANY

This week the guest in our series of “ETS Family Interviews” is Awesomatix team manager and one of the best Stock Touring Car racers of the last years – Mad Max Mächler! Find out when RC Car became more than a hobby and he finally ended up in leading the Awesomatix team.

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INTERVIEW WITH FREDDY SÜDHOFF FROM GERMANY

This week our media team talked to Freddy „The Green Machine“ Südhoff. He is one of the fastest non-professional onroad racers in the world and we tried to find out what Freddy is doing when he is not racing his Awesomatix touring car!

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UPDATE RACE DATES - CANCELLATION RD3 APELDOORN

Dear ETS Family,
First, and most important, we all hope that you and your families are staying healthy in these very strange and difficult times for us all.  Like you all, we are very much missing racing and spending time with all our RC Family too.

As you know, the situation in Europe is changing almost every day, and every country has different rules in place - particularly for travel and events.

With this in mind, we have to think of our next scheduled ETS event in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands.  Currently, the Netherlands does not allow events of our size to take place and so, we have to make the tough but important decision now to cancel ETS Apeldoorn in June.

We hope that things do continue to improve and we are talking with our friends and host venues across Europe regularly.  We of course want to get back to ETS racing soon, but the most important thing is to be able to do this safely, within the rules of the different countries, and also when our ETS Family from around the world is able to travel safely to our races.  We can then decide how many races are possible and how our season continues.  We’ll always give you more information as soon as it is possible, and we would suggest that you do not make any bookings for any races until we fully say each event is confirmed.

Please stay safe and healthy and we look forward to being together at a race track soon

Your Uwe & Scotty 

INTERVIEW WITH RONALD VÖLKER FROM GERMANY

This time in our ETS Family Interview, we speak to the multi-time ETS champ, Ronald Völker.  He’s been part of ETS for many, many years already and still competing at the top for the wins – and is the most recent ETS winner after victory in Daun in February.

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INTERVIEW WITH LUCAS URBAIN FROM FRANCE

This week our interview guest is from France, his name: Lucas Urbain!
Lucas is well-known at every circuit he races and he is not only a very friendly person, his racing skills and his setup knowledge are also very impressive.  Let`s read some interesting facts about Lucas Urbain you probably didn`t know before!

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INTERVIEW WITH CHRISTOPHER KRAPP FROM GERMANY

This time in our ETS Family Interview, we speak to a popular character in the pits, Christopher Krapp.  One of the best “non-full-time” racers in the Touring Car scene, let’s find out more about the German driver and how he can combine RC and his real job!

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INTERVIEW WITH ALEXANDER HAGBERG FROM SWEDEN

It is time for another “ETS Family Interview” and today we speak to the very well-known Xray factory driver Alexander Hagberg (30) from Sweden! Alexander is one of the most successful touring car racers and we can call him “The Master of 1:12 Scale” of the last years. Let´s read what we found out about the life of Alexander Hagberg!

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INTERVIEW WITH MARC RHEINARD FROM GERMANY

For this week`s “ETS-Family Interview” we talked to the one and only Marc Rheinard.
Marc is a fan favorite wherever he is racing and he won multiple championships and titles throughout his whole RC-Racing career. Let`s hear what Marc told us about his life, his RC-Racing career and his plans for the future.

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INTERVIEW WITH REIGNING ETS CHAMPION BRUNO COELHO

For this week`s“ETS-Family Interview” we talked to one of the best in the business – defending ETS champion Bruno Coelho from Portugal. Bruno had a big impact to the racing scene at the 2014 touring car worlds in Florida and since these days he became one of the fastest racers on the planet!

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UPDATE - RACE DATES

Please have a look at the updated EURO RC SERIES race calandar. Due to the current situation we had to restructure the different series regarding the rounds.
Please note that all the dates have been set without engagement as we hope that from June onwards it will be possible to run our race events carefree.

ETS RD3 BERLIN CANCELLED

As the situation around the Coronavirus COVID-19 continues to escalate in Europe, we have been working with all the relevant authorities in Berlin. Unfortunately, we have today needed to make the decision to cancel the ETS event in Berlin.

Whilst we are sure that you, as racers, will be disappointed we cannot hold the race, we are also sure that you can understand the priority is for the health of all our ETS family of racers, their families, race team, and our organisation crew.

As things continue to develop, we hope for better news for our first outdoor event in Apeldoorn later in the year.

Thank you for your support of ETS and understanding of this difficult situation for us all.
Uwe, Scotty and all the ETS Orga Team

INSIGHTS - ETS RD2 DAUN, GERMANY

ETS RD3 BERLIN - REGISTRATION OPEN

Registration for ETS Round 2 in Berlin (Germany) open.

Don't miss the chance to confirm your entry now!

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2019/20 ETS RD2 - VOLANTE MODIFIED A-MAIN 1

COELHO COMPLETES PODIUM AS DOBNIKAR AND HEITSCH TAKE FIRST ETS WINS

Marc Rheinard RC cruises to a relatively unchallenged win in A3 of the Modified class, confirming him in the runner-up position in Daun. Yannic Prümper had a great fight again with Bruno Coelho, with Prumper's Awesomatix able to hold off Coelho's XRAY this time. However, Yannic's earlier results kept him down in the overall rankings as Coelho was confirmed on the final step of the podium.

In Pro Stock, Jan Ratheisky was able to hold on for a win in A3 after an early challenge from Olivier Bultynck once again. Ollie rolled his Awesomatix out of contention, giving the Xray of the German driver to take the win. Alexandre Duchet took second overall, ahead of Simon Lauter.

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VOLKER “SUPER HAPPY” TO TAKE ETS DAUN VICTORY

Ronald Völker once again held off a challenge from Marc Rheinard RC to take an emphatic victory in A2 on Sunday to wrap up the overall win at the second round of the 2019/2020 Euro Touring Series. The Team Yokomo driver, starting on pole position, said that at the start the rear of the car was “a little loose, so I had to defend immediately”. “It was once again very intense pressure from Marc, and again another fair and drive” Volker continued, the two Germans racing toe-to-toe for the opening half of the race once again. As the race moved to the half way point, it became a similar story to A1, run last night, as Volker was able to finally pull clear of his long-time rival in the second half of the race, a lead he would not relinquish and take the overall victory.

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VOLKER HOLDS OFF RHEINARD IN EPIC A1

“A really great battle with Marc” was how winner of A1 Ronald Völker described what certainly seemed to be one of the most exciting Touring Car races of the last decade to all the spectators trackside at the second round of the ETS in Daun. With Volker leading off the field, the Team Yokomo driver was immediately under pressure from the second starting car of Marc Rheinard. For the first half of the race, the two champions raced literally nose-to-tail, Volker’s car not looking as safe as it had done in qualifying. At the half way point, Rheinard twice got alongside Volker going through the teardrop section on the left side of the large Daun circuit. But both times, Ronald was able to fight back at the following corner and hold onto the lead.

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VOLKER SECURES POLE POSITION AT ETS DAUN

Team Yokomo driver Ronald Völker secured the overall Top Qualifying position in the final round of action at the ETS in Daun. Reflecting on his run, the German former ETS champion was clearly happy to start up front following a lot of work developing the team’s new BD10 chassis over the winter. Asked about any changes for the last round, Volker responded that he “changed the tyre prep slightly – and that was the best for the car right now”. Looking to the triple finals, he said to end qualifying with another TQ run was “for sure a boost going into A1. But I know Marc will try everything for the win”.

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QUALIFYING R4 RESULTS

Ronald Völker took his third TQ run of the event to secure the overall pole position for himself and Team Yokomo at the ETS in Daun. Bruno Coelho had a slow start, but his XRAY pulled time back in the second half of the race to take second in the round and move to fourth on the grid, whilst Marc Rheinard’s third place solidified himself as Volker’s closest challenger on the starting grid. Yannic Prümper took fourth in Q4 and will start third on the grid, with Christopher Krapp completing the top five in both Q4 and overall.

The dominance of Jan Ratheisky came to an end in the Pro Stock class, as Olivier Bultynck topped Q4. He lead Awesomatix team mate Simon Lauter by one and a half seconds, with Alexandre Duchet the best of the Xray runners this time in third. Ratheisky came in fourth in the round, with Kevin Nielsen taking fifth. This put Ollie second on the grid behind Jan, With Duchet set to line up third ahead of Lauter, and Leo Arnold rolling off fifth.

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VOLKER AGAIN IN Q3, RATHEISKY LOCKS UP PRO STOCK TQ

Ronald Völker again set the best time as qualifying resumed on Saturday morning. The Team Yokomo lead driver quickly commented that he was “of course very happy with a TQ run”. Talking of the track conditions, he found “there was a little less overall grip than yesterday, but my BD10 was still fast”. For Q4, which rival Marc Rheinard RC needs to win with a new best time to stop the 2016 World Champion starting on pole, Volker will “keep the car the same, but make a small change to the tyre prep”. Unsure what Q4 will bring, the experienced driver said “at previous indoor ETS races, Q4 has not been fast as the carpet can get sticky, but we’ll have to wait and see how it is”.

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QUALIFYING R3 RESULTS

Ronald Völker took the top spot in Modified in Saturday’s Q3, after his main rivals encountered a number of issues. First to crack was Bruno Coelho, with a spur gear failure on his XRAY. Later in the run, Marc Rheinard RC damaged his Awesomatix on the fast back section of the track, and Alexander Hagberg was also another retirement late in the running. This left TONISPORT's Yannic Prümper to recover from his issues in Q2 last night to take second in the round, and Christopher Krapp to score another third place set of points for Team Yokomo. Behind, Serpent’s Yugo Nagashima took fourth from the B heat, but the big surprise was Michele Manzo (Awesomatix), taking a sixth in round from the C group. Elliott Harper was best Xray finisher in sixth.

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VOLKER TAKES Q2 AS YOKOMO FIGHTS BACK

Ronald Völker has topped the second round of qualifying, with the late-evening run showing up a rather different top five result to the afternoon’s Q1. Stopping the clock 1.2 seconds ahead of arch-rival Marc Rheinard RC, the Team Yokomo lead driver said that it was “great to get a clean, quick run”. Commenting how tough an ETS event is, with “four or five hours break, it is easy to loose your momentum [between runs]”. Having made no changes to his BD10 from earlier in the day, he said the difference was “driving with no mistakes this time”. He will think about any changes overnight, expecting that as the Volante hand-out tyres get older, he may need more rear grip to keep the car “safe to drive”.

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QUALIFYING R2 RESULTS

Qualifying Round 2 took place on Friday evening, and there was quite a lot of change at the top of the Modified class. This time, no mistakes from Ronald Völker saw him set the best time, with his Team Yokomo BD10, just over one second ahead of Marc Rheinard. For Rheinard, second place leaves him with the overnight TQ, the TONISPORT / Awesomatix driver clearly happy to be firmly in the mix at an ETS once again. Third in the round was the next best Yokomo, with Christopher Krapp having a clear run to take some good points on Friday night. Alexander Hagberg would come out as best of the XRAY team this time, with Freddy Südhoff making it two Awesomatix cars into the top five this time round.

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RHEINARD LEADS TONISPORT 1-2 IN Q1, AS RATHEISKY TOPS PRO STOCK

The opening qualifier in Daun was set to be something special, as the close practice times and extended track time made the field look closer than it has been in recent years. That played out to be true as the times were incredibly close and just a few small errors determined the top placings. At the end of five minutes, TONISPORT's Marc Rheinard came through to set the fastest time with his Awesomatix chassis. Reacting to his win, the German reacted by saying “of course it’s a good start”. Elaborating more, trying to think of when he last topped a qualifier at an ETS, he said the result was as the result of “the perfect work by the whole team” - Marc now being more formally supported by Awesomatix for this event and for the rest of the 2020 season. However, despite the pace in Q1, he wasn’t completely happy with everything, saying that the “car was too easy to drive. I need more steering in the hairpins”. Seeming more energised coming into this race, he ended by saying “it shows everyone that we [him and team-mate Yannic Prümper] can still drive”.

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QUALIFYING R1 RESULTS

Marc Rheinard RC topped the first qualifier in the Modified class, half a second up on his TONISPORT / Awesomatix team-mate Yannic Prümper, with Ronald Völker (Team Yokomo) taking third one second further back. Bruno Coelho, leading the field off after securing the top seed in qualifying, ended the round in fourth place as the lead XRAY, with Christopher Krapp rounding out the top five for Yokomo.

Pro Stock always creates close action, and the first qualifier today was no different – just six tenths of a second covered the top three, and three seconds was the difference from first and eighth. After a tight five minutes, it was Xray’s Jan Ratheisky who stopped the clock fastest, with the Awesomatix of Olivier Bultynck second, despite Ollie setting the fastest single lap of the race. Simon Lauter made it two Awesomatix in the top three, with Alexandre Duchet (Xray) and Dominic Vogl (Awesomatix) making up the rest of the top five.

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COELHO FASTEST AS "BIG THREE" TOP ETS DAUN PRACTICE

Controlled practice took place on Friday morning as Round 2 of the 2019-2020 Euro Touring Series got underway. Taking place for the third consecutive year at the Sporthotel in Daun, Germany, the large track with a unique shape poses interesting challenges for the near 420 entries this weekend.

Fastest in the Controlled Practice rounds, his CP1 time being the fastest by just one hundredth of a second, defending ETS Champion Bruno Coelho said the event was going “very good”. Noting that yesterday’s additional practice day, added due to the high entry count, was really useful to allow them to test and get a good setup, he said even this morning they were still testing things. Making changes for CP2 which clearly didn’t work out, the Portuguese driver said he will switch back to his CP1 settings and work on his XRAY T4 ‘20 further in qualifying.

Second in Practice was Ronald Völker. The German driver, when questioned about the race so far, smiled and simply said “everything is going well”. Hotly tipped to be the driver to beat this weekend, following his carpet wins at the EWS International and GP3F races either side of Christmas, Volker said the only change for qualifying will be to revert to his tyres from CP1, feeling the car had a slightly nicer balance on these. Commenting on the track, the Team Yokomo pilot said it was “awesome, the best we have had in Daun”.

Third quickest, one tenth behind his fellow German over the three lap seeding times, Marc Rheinard is making his ETS debut with an Awesomatix chassis. The former Creation Model Ltd. Infinity driver said that whilst he is not a formal part of the Awesomatix factory squad, being supported and now employed by TONISPORT, they are providing him with some great support and he is working well with new team-mates such as Freddy Südhoff (who was fourth fastest in practice), allowing them to work through a number of settings. Now set to de-brief with the team, Yannic Prümper making up the top five also with an Awesomatix, they will look to combine the findings to have a car ready to go for Q1 at lunchtime today.

START OF ETS RD2 IN DAUN

ETS Round 2 starts today at the Sporthotel Grafenwald in Daun/Germany. The beautiful hotel is the host of the event for a third consecutive time now and we look forward to enjoying an amazing weekend of RC racing with 417 entries in our 6 ETS racing classes. Check out our first impressions of the amazing racetrack the ETS crew built up in the last few days and follow us here on Facebook or subscribe our Youtube channel with a Livestream from Friday until Sunday.

EURORCSERIES uniting the world!
We proudly announce a new entry record with 881 entries at the ETS and EOS in Daun, Germany.
We welcome racers from 26 different nations!
Have fun and enjoy these great days together!

ALEXANDER HAGBERG WINNING ROUND 1 SEASON #13

Winning an ETS is obviously a big deal, but the emotions really showed through after the Volante Modified A2. Alexander Hagberg had a perfect drive in A1 yesterday evening to take the win. Behind him, Ronald Völker was able to get past the second place starting Bruno Coelho in the first minute, and the World Champion then dropped back through the field. Marc Rheinard stayed around one second back on Ronald, not able to start challenging him as perhapd his attention was on Elliott Harper who remained on the tail of the famous German for the five minutes. Ronald sat in second, with out the speed to challenge Alexander, who opened up a two-second gap by the end.
In A2 this morning, Alexander again led the field away, this time Bruno looking faster and able to open a small gap over Ronald. This time, Marc was the faster of the Germans, getting past Ronald just after the 1-minute mark. Once again, Elliott hung onto the coat tails of the German World Champs, but all this allowed the Xray boys to stretch their legs out in front. Alexander was clearly in a race of his own, as not even the current WC Bruno could run with his team mate, finishing up one and a half seconds back. A very emotional Alexander recevied the congratulations of his competitiors and team mates as he left the driver stand, clearly very happy to be able to repay Xray for their faith in him and all the work the whole team have done to develop the as-yet unreleased T4'20 platform.

BODY SHELL RULES TC SEASON #13

For our Touring Car classes (Modified, Pro Stock, Masters, and Stock 17.5) we want to make sure our bodyshells rules are fair and easy for all our racers.Last year, we saw so many new bodyshells being released, meaning that people often had to panic to get them in time for our races and have no time to paint them nicely.
So, as we announced in our Drivers Meeting at R1 of the Season in Vienna, we will be using the following rule for the whole 2019/2020 season:
Only bodyshells that were available to the public as of R1 of the season (October 2019) may be used throughout this entire 2019/2020 ETS season.

The only exceptions to this are to also allow the following two bodyshells, as they had been announced already at that time and were available just after the event:
Bittydesign Hyper
Blitz SQ4

We believe this rule will keep our racing fair and competitive throughout the whole championship.

See you in Daun for ETS R2!

BODY SHELL LIST FWD SEASON #13

ETS Rules
Season 2019/20

Ranking

Volante Modified

01.Ronald Völker606pts
02.Alexander Hagberg600pts
03.Marc Rheinard600pts
04.Bruno Coelho 599pts
05.Lucas Urbain 594pts
06.Christopher Krapp 592pts
07.Elliott Harper 591pts
08.Yannic Prümper 591pts
09.Frederik Südhoff588pts
10.Marco Kaufmann 583pts

 

Xray Pro Stock

01.Jan Ratheisky 605pts
02.Alexandre Duchet603pts
03.Max Mächler 600pts
04.Simon Lauter599pts
05.Kevin Nielsen 595pts
06.Frederik B. Mikkelsen592pts
07.Lukas Ellerbrock592pts
08.Léo Arnold 591pts
09.Dominic Vogl 591pts
10.Olivier Bultynck584pts

 

Scorpion Formula

01.David Ehrbar 601pts
02.Jan Ratheisky 600pts
03.Jitse Miedema 599pts
04.Andreas Stiebler597pts
05.Dominik Reile 595pts
06.Matej Dobnikar 594pts
07.Olivier Bultynck  594pts
08.Jacques Libar 593pts
09.Luke Lee 590pts
10.Lukas Hoch 590pts

 

Scorpion Formula +40

01.Herbert Weber577pts
02.Chris Grenz571pts
03.Martijn v. d. Heijden569pts
04.Marek Sova563pts
05.Thomas Gruber556pts
06.Svetlin Douhlevski552pts
07.Willy Voisangrin287pts
08.Daniel Ghirlanda287pts
09.Thomas Hermann286pts
10.Thomas Dvorszky 284pts

 

INFINITY +40 MASTERS

01.Alexander Stocker  606pts
02.Caspar Morgen600pts
03.Thomas Oehler596pts
04.Nathan Parker595pts
05.Christian Drießle594pts
06.Mirco Thalheimer  593pts
07.Toni Mateo 593pts
08.Werner Schmitzer 592pts
09.Gregor König591pts
10.Trygve Berntsen588pts

 

FRONTWHEEL

01.Henrik Heitsch602pts
02.Stefan Schulz601pts
03.Enrico Jung601pts
04.Steven M. Olsen 598pts
05.David Kuschnarew595pts
06.Kevin Sparbier593pts
07.Marwin Riedelbauch589pts
08.Torsten Baggendorf586pts
09.Jacques Libar585pts
10.Christian Drießle 580pts

 

STOCK 17.5

01.Daniel Pöhlmann602pts
02.Thomas Bemmerl601pts
03.Joachim Altenhof600pts
04.Alexander Müller599pts
05.Ruf Dominik596pts
06.Marwin Riedelbauch590pts
07.Luis Moreno589pts
08.Torsten Baggendorf586pts
09.Tony Mur585pts
10.Sven Zietlow584pts