In the guest entrants’ classification, the battle was billed as “nobility versus winter sports.” The Dutch Prince Bernhard van Oranje kept the upper hand against the stars from the Audi FIS Ski World Cup, Adrien Théaux and Peter Fill, in both races. The aristocrat and co-owner of Circuit Park Zandvoort took second place in both rounds, trailing Formula One commentator Allard Kalff (NL). The duel between the ski aces ended in a tie. In race one, Théaux kept the upper hand against his skiing rival Fill. On Sunday, the South Tyrolean struck back.
In the overall classification of the Audi Sport TT Cup, Dennis Marschall continues to rank in the top spot. The driver who finished last year in third place has a tally of 158 points – seven more than van der Linde. Joonas Lappalainen (FIN), with 147 points, completes the top three. Following a brief summer break, the Audi Sport TT Cup will be visiting the Nürburgring. As part of the DTM’s supporting program, the fifth in a total of seven race weekends is scheduled from September 9 to 11.