Buhk and Baumann are due on the due appointment for the sprint at the Hungaroring


Maximilian Buhk and Dominik Baumann have been scored the triumph
in the appointment of the Sprint Cup the Blancpain GT Series in Hungary
at the controls
the Mercedes-AMG GT3 #84. The pair of pilots of HTP Motorsport took
each circumstance in order to put the race in your favor, with Buhk by signing up for a
remarkable solution which won three seats by the touch of their rivals. Podium
for the Audi #1 and for the Audi #33 of Enzo Ide and Christopher Mies, new leaders of the Sprint Cup after his great role throughout the weekend. Good paper of Andy Soucek
and Lucas Ordoñez at the Hungaroring

Tristan Vautier was cast to the attack nothing more given the
in two maneuvers almost fratricidal caused by multiple contacts with
the Audi of Enzo Ide and Frederic Vervisch. In the end, the best revenue pulled in
the chaotic first corners was a Maximilian Buhk who put his Mercedes-AMG
GT3 #84 in head
ahead of the three cars involved in the different
touches. A battle which however was aborted for a period of ‘Full
Course Yellow’
established by the accident of the Audi #5 and the Mclaren 650S GT3
during the first lap of the race.

With 15 minutes of the race to the limbo between the output and the
‘FCY’, the appointment of the Hungarian was played more in the sprint than ever from the
resalida. Vervisch ahead of Enzo Ide, while in the second
group Rob Bell managed to climb to the ninth position in his battle for the
title of the Sprint Cup and the Blancpain GT Series. Following his path,
Maxime Soulet could drive the Bentley Continental #8 hata the thirteenth
position, while Lucas Ordoñez is trapped in a third group
the wheel of his Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 #23.


No need to preserve tyres up to the equator
career by giving several laps at low speed, the fight for the lead is
became a war of sectors and fastest laps. Maximilian Buhk marked
the record of the first and the third sector, and Frederic Vervisch responded
. The
the result is that both got a margin wider on Enzo Ide
and Tristan Vautier. Two or three step behind the Audi R8 LMS made pineapple in the
top ten without giving options to Rob Bell to win more positions before the opening
of the window of pit stops.

With the first sector under yellow flag for the remains of
oil left by the Lamborghini #101
, the entrance to the pits became a
exercise mass with the majority of cars stopping on the same lap. Although the
Audi #33 was again the fastest in the whole process of change of pilot and
tires, on this occasion, HTP Motorsport was holding on to the type and Baumann
I got to get back on track as a leader
of the race ahead of the Audi #1
piloted by Laurens Vanthoor and the Audi #33, already in the possession of Christopher

all in all, if you had a car that was winning with his step-by-pit –
was the Audi #28 after climbing three positions with Will Stevens reaching the
fourth place
. On the opposite side of the coin, the McLaren 650S GT3 #58
collapsing in the ranking out of the twenty-first
classified. Half way between both, but also by signing a large
progression, Andy Soucek reincorporaba eleventh with his Bentley Continental
GT3 #8
after overcome in his stop to the pits to the other Bentley team M-Sport.
For his part, the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 #23 Ordonez was placed twenty
with Alex Buncombe at the wheel.


The last third of the race left out of the game by
technical problems to the Audi R8 LMS #75 when he fought for the fifth position with
the Mercedes #88 and #86, as well as a good number of battles with the Lamborghini
#16 as the unfortunate protagonist to leave after colliding with a
rival. Nor were things better in the Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 #55 after
suffer a spinning top
as a result of the touch of the Ferrari #111 driven by
David Perel. With this mishap we were entering the last ten minutes of

With all Andy Soucek managed to win a position and
placed ninth at the pass the Audi R8 LMS #3
that I lost a big piece in
full start / finish straight after suffering a puncture. A last change of positions
served as an epilogue to a great career in the the Mercedes-AMG GT3 #84
Maximilian Buhk and Dominik Baumann scored the victory
, consuming any
option to fight for the title of the Sprint Cup and the Blancpain GT Series.
The podium as they finished the Audi R8 LMS #1 from Frederic Viervisch and Laurens
Vanthoor and the Audi of Enzo Ide and Christhoper Harvest, new leaders of the
The Sprint Cup.

, While the top five was completed by the Audi R8 LMS #28
René Rast and Will Stevens, and the Mercedes – #88 Tristan
Vautier and Felix Rosenqvist, the role of Spanish ended in a positive way. Andy Soucek got
crossing the finish line in the ninth position
with the Bentley Continental GT3 #8
shared with Maxime Soulet, while the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 #23 Luke
Ordonez was the eighteenth
, just one place behind the McLaren 650S GT3 #58 of
which until now were the leaders of the Sprint Cup, Rob Bell and Alvaro Parente. For his part, the victory in the Pro-AM Cup has been to the Mercedes #89 of Belloc and Bourret, while in AM Cup victory has gone to the Ferrari #111 of Perel and Earle.

Main Race Blancpain GT Sprint Cup at the Hungaroring

Position Pilots Car Time
1 Buhk / Baumann Mercedes-AMG GT3 HTP Motorsport 32 laps
2nd Vervisch / Vanthoor Audi R8 LMS Team WRT +5.440
3rd Ide / Harvest Audi R8 LMS Team WRT +5.991
4th Rast / Stevens Audi R8 LMS Team WRT +16.520
5th Vautier / Rosenqvist Mercedes-AMG GT3 AKKA ASP +16.881
6th Schneider / Szymkowiak Mercedes-AMG GT3 HTP Motorsport +23.341
7th Parisy / Haase Audi R8 LMS Sainteloc Racing +28.326
8th Vanthoor / Frijns Audi R8 LMS Team WRT +32.619
Soulet / Soucek

Bentley Continental GT3
Bentey M-Sport +36.581
10th Kane / April Bentley Continental GT3 Bentey M-Sport +38.669