Audi R8 LMS GT3
Two victories in Austria: The Audi customer teams continued their successful run on the third DMV GTC race weekend. Christian Malcharek claimed third place in the first sprint race at the Red Bull Ring in the Audi R8 LMS fielded by Audi Sport Slovakia. Fabian Plentz won the second sprint, while third place went to Jirko Malcharek. In the Dunlop 60 race, Plentz shared a cockpit with Kevin Arnold. The two drivers won the endurance race for HCB-Rutronik Racing by ten seconds at the wheel of an Audi R8 LMS.
Olimp Racing dominate second race weekend: In the FIA CEZ, there is currently no getting around the Polish Audi customer racing team Olimp Racing. Marcin Jedlinski won both sprint races at the Red Bull Ring on the second race weekend and also the endurance race in the Audi R8 LMS. Furthermore, Richard Chlad Jr. claimed a second and a third place in the sprint races in an Audi R8 LMS ultra.
Optimum result: The Optimum Motorsport squad contested the second round of the GT Cup Championship in Great Britain. Bradley Ellis and Oliver Wilkinson shared an Audi R8 LMS fielded by Shaun Goff’s team at Brands Hatch. The two Britons won all three races on the 3.9 kilometer long Grand Prix course at the gates of London.
Audi R8 LMS GT4
One win and two third places: Styria was well worth a visit for Jean-Luc Weidt. The budding young driver from Germany competed in the third round of the DMV GTC with his Audi R8 LMS GT4. In the two 30-minute sprints around the Red Bull Ring he took third place in his category. In the subsequent Dunlop 60 race, Weidt won his class ahead of two other competitors.
Two winners in the Lausitz: Bartosz Paziewski celebrated his first win of the season on the second Audi Sport Seyffarth R8 LMS Cup race weekend. The Pole won the first race at the Lausitzring from Kris Heidorn. In the second race, Heidorn claimed his third victory of the season and was followed across the line by Paziewski. Third place in both races went to Maximilian Paul. As a result, Heidorn heads the rankings by two points from Paziewski. Seven points behind follows the Hungarian Vivien Keszthelyi.