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Quarta, 10 Julho 2019 05:57 | Actualizado em Sábado, 21 Setembro 2019 01:04

Basso-Salas (Sports&You) give the Mercedes AMG R its first success

The Brazilian duo rounds the day with pole and Race 2 win

Koller-Liberati (VSR Lamborghini) second after yesterday’s win, as Victor Blugeon (Martinet by Alméras Porsche) repeats podium as third

Glauco Solieri (Antonelli Motorsport Lambo) takes win in Am ahead of Mauro-Toni (VSR Lambo) and Leutwiler (PZ Oberer Zürichsee by TFT), who keeps points lead in Overall and Am class


The Mercedes AMG R took its maiden pole and its maiden win in the GT Cup Open Europe today in Race 2 at the Hungaroring, as the car of Sports&You dominated the day with Brazilian pair Márcio Basso-Guilherme Salas.  The young and fast Salas, who currently leads the Brazil Stock Car Lights series, laid the ground for the success by signing the pole and dominating the first stint, with Basso completing the job in the second part.

The winners of yesterday’s Race 1, Hans-Peter Koller-Edoardo Liberati (VSR Lambo) did a perfect race to finish a close second, despite the handicap. Young Frenchman Victor Blugeon (Martinet by Alméras Porsche 911 Cup) repeated podium, finishing third this time.

Glauco Solieri (Antonelli Motorsport Lambo) took win in Am and 4th overall, ahead of JP Mauro-Rodolfo Toni (VSR Lambo) and Niki Leutwiler (PZ Oberer Zürichsee Porsche 911 Cup), who keeps the leadership in the standings of both overall and Am.

Basso-Salas (Sports&You) give the Mercedes AMG R its first success
 
 
The Brazilian duo rounds the day with pole and Race 2 win 
 
Koller-Liberati (VSR Lamborghini) second after yesterday’s win, as Victor Blugeon (Martinet by Alméras Porsche) repeats podium as third 
 
Glauco Solieri (Antonelli Motorsport Lambo) takes win in Am ahead of Mauro-Toni (VSR Lambo) and Leutwiler (PZ Oberer Zürichsee by TFT), who keeps points lead in Overall and Am class
 
 

 
The Mercedes AMG R took its maiden pole and its maiden win in the GT Cup Open Europe today in Race 2 at the Hungaroring, as the car of Sports&You dominated the day with Brazilian pair Márcio Basso-Guilherme Salas.  The young and fast Salas, who currently leads the Brazil Stock Car Lights series, laid the ground for the success by signing the pole and dominating the first stint, with Basso completing the job in the second part. 
The winners of yesterday’s Race 1, Hans-Peter Koller-Edoardo Liberati (VSR Lambo) did a perfect race to finish a close second, despite the handicap. Young Frenchman Victor Blugeon (Martinet by Alméras Porsche 911 Cup) repeated podium, finishing third this time.  Glauco Solieri (Antonelli Motorsport Lambo) took win in Am and 4th overall, ahead of JP Mauro-Rodolfo Toni (VSR Lambo) and Niki Leutwiler (PZ Oberer Zürichsee Porsche 911 Cup), who keeps the leadership in the standings of both overall and Am. 
THE RACE – At the start, poleman Guilherme Salas has no trouble in keeping the lead, although chosing a wide line in turn 1, ahead of Solieri who passed JP Mauro, then Salom, Blugeon and Leutwiler. Díaz-Varela spins in turn 13 and closes the group.  First laps see Blugeon charging and passing Salom (who gets under investigation for starting procedure) and attacking Mauro, who himself is dueling with Solieri. In lap 6, Fortes stops in the pits with a mechanical problem. 
 

 
 
By lap 7, Salas has already a 12-second advantage while battle for second is fierce between Solieri, Mauro and Blugeon. Salom and Leitwiler are a little bit further aback. In lap 10, Leutwiler takes fifth after passing Salom diving inside in one of the corners. Also Lino Curti climbs two positions up to 7th. 
In lap 13, opens the driver change window, with Koller first in the pits. Salom get a 5second penalty for a starting procedure infringement. 
After all changes, Basso leads by 28 seconds over Blugeon and Toni, while in lap 21 Liberati is already 4th having passed Solieri. Leutwiler is sixth ahead of Carlo Curti. Cerqueda spins exiting the last corner into the straights, but with no harm. 
In lap 25, Liberati takes third from Toni and storms to catch Blugeon. Passing the Frenchman will take more time and efforts, but the Italian succeeds in lap 28 and will finish not far from Basso, who keeps everything under control until the flag. 
 
STANDINGS AFTER 6 ROUNDS OF 12
Overall: 1.Leutwiler, 54 points; 2. Solieri, 48; 3. Koller, Mauro-Toni, 42; 5. Basso-Salas, 39; 6. De Wilde, 37; etc Pro-Am: 1.Basso, 19 points; 2. L.&C.Curti, 19; 3. Salas, 17; 4. Koller, 14; 5. VandierendonckSchouten, 10; 6. Liberati, 9; etc  Am: 1. Leutwiler, 42 points; 2. Solieri, 40; 3. Mauro-Toni, 38; 4. De Wilde, 28; 5. Cerqueda, 20; 6. Font, 19; etc Teams: 1. Vincenzo Sospiri Racing, 52 points; 2. EMG Motorsport, 32; 3. PZ Oberer Zürichsee by TFT, 31; 4. Antonelli Motorsport, 30; 5. Sports&You, 23; 6. Martinet by Alméras, 14; etc

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