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.

Jan Ratheisky wrapped up the overall TQ in Pro Stock, with another fastest time in Saturday morning’s Q3. Jan’s Xray was half a second clear of team-mate Alexandre Duchet, who now firmly puts himself in the mix for a front row start. Simon Lauter was third, three tenths behind Duchet, with Leo Arnold taking fourth, a further one and a half seconds back and Valentin Hettrich making up the top five with his time from the B Heat.

The Formula class was the first to have an overall TQ decided, as Jan Ratheisky made it three-out-of-three so far. Setting a time nearly one and a half seconds better than anyone else could manage, the German Xray driver is assured of starting at the front of the grid for the triple finals. Second in Q3 was Olivier Bultynck, who was four tenths up on Matej Dobnikar. Dobnikar’s time was a few tenths quicker than David Ehrbar, who seemed to have lost some of his Friday pace and had to settle for fourth this time around, with Luke Lee RC rounding out the top five.

Front Wheel Drive got Saturday’s action underway, and Steven Møller Olsen, our pole sitter in Vienna, finally got back to the top of the scoreboard by setting the best time by six tenths of a second over Vienna winner, Enrico Jung. Jung was in turn a little over one second ahead of Stefan Schulz, as the battle for all the A Final grid positions really heats up. Marwin Riedelbauch kept himself in the mix with a fourth place score, just taking it from David Kushnarew by one tenth of a second.

Q3 of the Masters and 17.5 Stock divisions took place very late on Friday evening, at least giving the drivers a lie-in for Saturday morning! In Masters, Alexander Stocker put his Q2 result behind him to return to the top of the pile, the only driver to turn a 19 lap run. Andreas Weyhoven was best of the rest, one second ahead of Mirco Thalheimer in third. Christian Driessle (Chris Diesel) and Werner Schmitzer made up the rest of the top five this time.

Dominik Ruf had been slowly improving throughout qualifying, and was rewarded with a TQ run in Q3 of the 17.5 Stock class. More than a second back, round 1 winner Joachim Altenhof continued his solid results with a second place, beating out Alexander Muller by only a tenth of a second. Fourth in the round went to Marwin Riedelbauch, one second behind Muller, with Thomas Bemmerl completing the top five a half second back again.


Volante Modified

01.Ronald Völker602pts
02.Alexander Hagberg600pts
03.Bruno Coelho599pts
04.Marc Rheinard 598pts
05.Christopher Krapp 591pts
06.Elliott Harper 591pts
07.Yannic Prümper 591pts
08.Frederik Südhoff 588pts
09.Lucas Urbain 584pts
10.Marco Kaufmann 581pts


Xray Pro Stock

01.Jan Ratheisky 605pts
02.Simon Lauter 598pts
03.Max Mächler 591pts
04.Kevin Nielsen 591pts
05.Léo Arnold 591pts
06.Dominic Vogl 591pts
07.Frederik B. Mikkelsen 589pts
08.Lukas Ellerbrock 586pts
09.Olivier Bultynck 584pts
10.Oliver Havránek 581pts


Scorpion Formula

01.David Ehrbar 600pts
02.Jan Ratheisky 600pts
03.Matej Dobnikar 594pts
04.Olivier Bultynck 594pts
05.Dominik Reile 593pts
06.Jitse Miedema 592pts
07.Luke Lee 590pts
08.Lukas Hoch 590pts
09.Andreas Stiebler 588pts
10.René Kölbel 583pts


Scorpion Formula +40

01.Herbert Weber306pts
02.Chris Grenz301pts
03.Svetlin Douhlevski 299pts
04.Marek Sova296pts
05.Thomas Gruber278pts
06.Willy Voisangrin155pts
07.Thomas Hermann155pts
08.Martijn v. d. Heijden152pts
09.Thomas Dvorszky152pts
10.Matteo Berlincioni 151pts



01.Alexander Stocker  606pts
02.Toni Mateo593pts
03.Caspar Morgen592pts
04.Mirco Thalheimer591pts
05.Werner Schmitzer 590pts
06.Christian Drießle  588pts
07.Trygve Berntsen 588pts
08.Thomas Oehler 587pts
09.Peter Miko 586pts
10.Nathan Parker 586pts



01.Henrik Heitsch602pts
02.Enrico Jung601pts
03.Steven M. Olsen595pts
04.David Kuschnarew 595pts
05.Stefan Schulz594pts
06.Marwin Riedelbauch589pts
07.Kevin Sparbier583pts
08.Marvin Gutting570pts
09.Tobias Schuster569pts
10.Christian Drießle 567pts


STOCK 17.5

01.Joachim Altenhof600pts
02.Daniel Pöhlmann598pts
03.Marwin Riedelbauch590pts
04.Luis Moreno589pts
05.Tony Mur585pts
06.Tobias Baumbach577pts
07.Tobias Schuster572pts
08.Christian Sandner565pts
09.Sebastian Bauer548pts
10.Domenic Grabher543pts