1-2 for Audi in the classification of the 6 Hours of Nürburgring


Audi has monopolized the first row of the 6
Hours of Nürburgring
after placing their two Audi R18 e-tron quattro on the two
first position in a qualifying session marked by the presence of
the rain. With an average time of 1:39.444, the Audi #7 from Marcel Fässler and André
Lotterer has got pole
in a weekend delicate for this prototype
by the absence through injury of Benoît Tréluyer. Porsche cup is the second row of
the grill and Toyota, the third, with pole position for the Aston Martin Vantage #97 in the
category GTE-Pro

The script of the classification of the category LMP1, and LMP2 has
been marked by the weather conditions. After starting with a dry track,
the prototypes have had to deal with a fine rain. Even so, the Audi R18 e-tron
quattro #7 has got pole
after watching as Marcel Fässler and André Lotterer
I got to trace their laps, leaving an average time of 1:39.444. Two
tenths behind was the Audi #8, while the second row was
reserved for the Porsche #1 and #2, and the third for Toyota. The best LMP1-L
private has been the Rebellion R-One – AER #13


Under a reverse order of the conditions with a wet track in the first end and dry on the final straight, the pole in GTE-Pro has been to the Aston Martin
Vantage #95 of Nicki Thiim and Marco Sorensen
, thus achieving the first pole
of the british team in almost a year. A large part of it has been the work of the 1:59.033
marked by Thiim, second more rapid registration of the session, and that it has improved
exponentially, the average of the two laps. Second
has located the Ford GT #66 Mück and Pla
, while the Aston Martin #97 has been busy
the third position ahead of the Ferrari 488 GTE #51 of AF Corse.

As in GTE-Pro, the time chosen for change of
has marked a large part of the successes and failures of the various
computers and in this aspect, the more ready has been Abu Dhabi-Proton Racing. Thanks
to do this the Porsche 911 RSR #88 has achieved the pole position in GTE-Am with Patrick Long
and Khaled Al-Qubaisi
the riders who have contested the classification. Second
it has placed the Porsche 911 RSR #78 of KCMG, while the third position has
been to the Aston Martin Vantage #98 of Dalla Lana, Lamy and Lauda