Weerts and Vanthoor beat Magny-Cours and win again in the Sprint Cup

Weerts and Vanthoor beat Magny-Cours and win again in the Sprint Cup

The Sprint Cup champions return regularly and after a round-of-the-win victory at Brands Hatch, victory has come to Magny-Cours. Charles Weerts and Dries Vanthoor have won with # 32 Audi in the first short-format competition in the French song. after a good WRT Team strategy. For its part, Timur Boguslavskiy and Raffaele Marciello Mercedes # 89 were second, while Audi # 11 from Vehicle Collection has completed the platform. The victory in the Money Cup went to Saintéloc Racing Aud i # 26.

Simon Gachet reiterated his position to take first place in a strange way of happening where Charles Weerts ‘slept’. The # 32 Audi driver lost the chance to Gilles Magnus, though Audi set his hat-trick. Back, Timur Boguslavskiy climbed to fifth place with # 89 Mercedes after beating Thomas Drouet. The exit and first shifts were very clean, which enhanced some of the stabilization of the space created after them. Back, Valentino Rossi gave the fight and even played with McLaren # 111.

Raffaele Marciello once again showed the speed that allowed him to finish second in # 89 Mercedes.

After his previous mistakes, Charles Weerts proved to be faster than Gilles Magnus, up to putting pressure on Audi’s driver # 26. The Belgian ended his pass with 42 minutes left, using a small Magnus error in the second corner. Weerts put it straight and went looking for Simon Gachetsince the Frenchman lived the first very quiet third of the race. The pit window was opened without major information among officials.

WRT was gambling on a dangerous strategy and stimulated the wasp’s nest by placing # 32 in the hole first.. Pierre-Alexandre Jean followed in the footsteps of Weerts and # 53 Ferrari. Mercedes # 89 also entered, the car that Raffaele Marciello rode. And once more, WRT’s decision was correct and # 32 Audi, with Dries Vanthoor at the wheel, took first place in the race.. At the end of the suspension window, in another good performance from Akkodis-ASP, Raffaele Marciello was third with the # 89 Mercedesfive seconds from Christopher Haase.

Simon Gachet and Christopher Haase were forced to settle for third place after starting on the pillar.

At the highest level Marciello needed just 15 minutes to reduce the five seconds that separated him from Haase. The presence of the Spaniard Isaac Tutumlu, doubled by the authorities, did not affect the struggle which was finally decided only one round later. Marciello took the opportunity to pull the best of his Mercedes to give an account to Audi # 11 and escape, though by then the distance with the leader was already large enough to avoid any kind of war for the final victory. In fact, Audi’s Dries Vanthoor # 32 won easily.

Raffaele Marciello also finished second with # 89 Mercedesa very important result in terms of fighting for the Sprint Cup title. For its part, third place went to # 11 Audi by Simon Gachet and Christopher Haase. Audi # 25 and # 12 scored the ‘top 5’ of the race which gave them a good final fight for sixth place and victory in the Silver Cup. Despite Ulysse de Pauw’s attempts to overtake Nicolas Baert, the victory went to # 26 Audi.. For its part, The victory in the Pro-Am Cup has been # 188 at McLaren.

Race results I GTWC Europe 2022 in Magny-Cours

Photo: GT World Challenge Europe

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