Matrix Modified

Rheinard takes Q2 as Völker booked a DNF

Marc Rheinard (Awesomatix)was able to TQ the second modified qualifier at Arena33 in front of Oliver Havranek (Xray), who scored another great result after his fourth place in Q1. At the beginning of the run, Ronald Völker pulled away from the field and was able to build up a gap of 1.0 seconds from the rest of the group.
But at the 4-minute mark, Völker had to stop his car due to some technical problems which brought Rheinard back to the point again. Marc took this advantage to score important points which can help him a lot in the fight for the overall TQ in the upcoming Q3 and Q4.
Behind Rheinard and Havranek, we saw Christopher Krapp (Yokomo) taking the third spot ahead of Eric Dankel (Mugen Seiki) who looked strong in this round as well. Yannic Prümper (Yokomo) finished fifth for the round and Michele Manzo (6), Michal Orlowski (7), Antoine Brunet (8), Loic Jasmin (9) and Tim Wahl (10) completed the top 10 in Q2 of the matrix Modified division.

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Xray ProStock

Duchet from Lauter and Ratheisky

We saw another strong TQ run from Xray driver Alexandre Duchet in Q2. The French driver was able to stay ahead of the pack posting the only 16 lap run. Awesomatix driver Simon Lauter finished second for the round in front of the Xray of Jan Ratheisky.

Behind the top 3, there were 4 drivers in 0.6 seconds to take positions 4 to 7. Enrico Jung was fastest of this pack taking fourth for the round ahead of Lukas Ellerbrock (5), Olivier Bultynck (6) and Max Mächler (7).

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Hobbywing Frontwheel

FWD Q2 goes to Olsen

Danish driver Steven Olsen was the man on top as he took the win for the round ahead of Mischa Kroos in second and Roman Borschel in third. During the run, the fight for the lead was between Olsen and Schulz all the time and in the end, it looked like Schulz got closer and closer to Olsen until he rolled his car at the 4:20 minute mark to serve the win to Olsen on a silver tray!
Behind Olsen, Kroos and Borschel the top 5 were completed by Kevin Sparbier and Jaques Libar.

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Stock 17.5

Unterschütz closer in Q2

The second round of qualification in the 17.5 Stock class saw young gun Maximilian Unterschütz closing the gap to the strongest driver Thomas Bemmerl down to only 0.832 seconds. With Unterschütz posting the fastest lap of the run, it seems that he could be a serious contender for Bemmerl for the rest of the weekend.
But not only Maximilian Unterschütz was quicker in Q2 as we saw Roman Borschel (3), David Kuschnarew (4) and Dominik Ruf (5) turning 20.9 laptimes as well. That shows that they are all able to go fast and that it`s all about consistency over the whole five minutes!

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Infinity 40+ Masters

Caspar Morgen TQ`s round 2

Q2 of our 40+ Masters division saw Caspar Morgen on top. Caspar, who finished second on the podium here at ETS RD1 took the win ahead of Torsten Baggendorf, round 1 TQ Werner Schmitzer, Michel Zierold and Frank Fuchs. With the Top 5 only separated by one second, the fight for the overall TQ is still wide open and it will come down to Q3 and Q4 to find out who will start from pole position in the 40+ Masters class.

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Scorpion Formula

Ratheiyks again in Q2

The Formula class saw no changes in the rankings as the top 6 finished in the same order as in Q1 this morning. Compared to Q1, where Jan checked out dramatically over the rest of the field,Lukas Hoch was able to finish a little closer behind Ratheisky (3 seconds) which will give him some hope for the finals. David Ehrbar is still trying to find more pace from his self-made car as he finished third another time in Q2.

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