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Marco Wittmann scores Sunday pole at the DTM event in Zolder

Marco Wittmann to begin on pole in Sunday’s DTM race at Zolder after setting the finest time in the second qualifying session of the weekend. The German has signed a time of 1: 26.687 with the BMW # 11 from Walkenhorst Motorsport, a file that has helped him to be two tenths quicker than Lucas Auer. For its half, Mike Rockenfeller and Kelvin Van der Linde have been third and fourth with the two Audis from the Abt Sportsline group. Regardless of having a small runway exit that has made it ‘drag’ a considerable amount of gravel, andSpanish Dani Juncadella completed fifth.

The sunny climate and the expertise of the earlier day have been the substances of a classification in which Marco Wittmann has set the benchmark time together with his BMW M6 GT3. The German has made good his insistence and has registered a time of 1: 26.687, being one in every of the drivers with the most laps accomplished throughout the session. A job that has earned him to beat Lucas Auer’s Mercedes # 22 by simply over two tenths. Mike Rockenfeller and Kelvin Van der Linde completed third and fourth, in reverse positions to these they starred in the Abt Sportsline group double in Saturday’s race.

Austrian Lucas Auer completed second in Workforce Winward’s Mercedes # 12.

Regardless of stepping on gravel on the final nook of the circuit and having to undergo the pits to take away the gravel from his Mercedes-AMG GT3, Dani Juncadella has signed one in every of his finest classifications of the yr after ending fifth with the GT3 of the GruppeM Racing group. The Spaniard completed greater than seven tenths behind the poleman, though with sufficient time to go away Nico Müller behind. For his half, Liam Lawson completed in seventh place with the better of the Ferraris from the AF Corse group. Two tenths behind and in eighth place Christian Klien completed with the # 15 McLaren.

Kelvin Van der Linde leads Audi and Abt Sportsline one-two at ZolderKelvin Van der Linde leads Audi and Abt Sportsline one-two at ZolderRead information

The drivers in cost of finishing the ‘high 10’ of the second classification of the weekend have been Maximilian Götz and Maximilian Buhk, each Mercedes drivers. The efficiency of each has left Esmee Hawkey out of the high ten, in what might have been the first ‘high 10’ in classification of the British pilot. All in all, the T3 Motorsport driver has put up an excellent efficiency in a session that ended sooner than deliberate with a pink flag brought on by the technical issues of the BMW # 16 of the German Timo Glock, since the German has been stopped in the first sector.

Classification 2 outcomes of the DTM 2021 in Zolder

P.
Pilot
Car
Workforce
Climate
1st Marco Wittmann
BMW M6 GT3
Walkenhorst Motorsport
1: 26.6872ºLucas Auer
Mercedes-AMG GT3
Workforce Winward
+ 0.2143º Mike Rockenfeller
Audi R8 LMS GT3
Abt Sportsline
+ 0.2694ºKelvin Van der Linde
Audi R8 LMS GT3
Abt Sportsline
+ 0.3615º Dani Juncadella
Mercedes-AMG GT3
GruppeM Racing
+ 0.7656ºNico Müller
Audi R8 LMS GT3
Workforce Rosberg
+ 0.8327ºLiam Lawson
Ferrari 488 GT3
AF Corse
+ 0.9188ºC Christian Klien
McLaren 720S GT3
JP Motorsport
+ 1.1029ºMaximilian Götz
Mercedes-AMG GT3
Workforce HRT
+ 1.15710ºMaximilian Buhk
Mercedes-AMG GT3
Mücke Motorsport
+1,216

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