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Michael Ammermüller

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SSR PERFORMANCE ALL SET FOR FIRST SEASON IN THE ADAC GT MASTERS

New outfit joins ADAC GT Masters. After enjoying a very promising outing as guest entrants last year at Hockenheim, SSR Performance are set to contest their first full season in this year’s Super Sports Car League. During a session of the online live broadcast, PS on Air – The Ravenol ADAC GT Masters talk show, … Continue reading

PORSCHE DRIVERS JAMINET AND AMMERMULLER WIN ADAC GT MASTERS SEASON OPENER

Mathieu Jaminet (22, F) and Michael Ammermüller (30, DEU) are the winners of the first ADAC GT Masters race of the season at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben. Driving for KÜS Team75 Bernhard, the two Porsche drivers took the win from fellow Porsche drivers, Klaus Bachler (25, A) and Alex Macdowall (26, GB, both Schütz Motorsport). … Continue reading

SUCCESSFUL PORSCHE SUPERCUP START FOR AMMERMULLER WITH VICTORY AT BARCELONA

Michael Ammermüller (Lechner Racing Middle East) from Germany has made a promising start into the new season of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup. Scoring victory at Barcelona, the 29 year old triumphed over strong international opposition at the wheel of his 460 hp Porsche 911 GT3 Cup. “What a perfect weekend. Pole position and victory … Continue reading

FLYING START TO THE PORSCHE SUPERCUP SEASON, AMMERMULLER SCORES POLE POSITION

Michael Ammermüller (Lechner Racing Middle East) celebrated a strong start to the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup season. On the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona, the German clinched pole position for round one of the international Porsche one-make cup series. “It couldn’t have gone better. You have to turn a perfect lap here because the tyres … Continue reading

EARL BAMBER IS THE NEW PORSCHE SUPERCUP CHAMPION

At the very last round of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup season he added another jewel to his crown: New Zealander Earl Bamber became champion at the race in Austin, Texas. The 24 year old scored second place at round ten which earned him the points he needed to take home the trophy. The Porsche … Continue reading

PORSCHE CARRERA CUP DEUTSCHLAND, AMMERMULLER WINS AND CLAIMS OVERALL LEAD

Michael Ammermüller (Walter Lechner Racing Team) from Bavaria in Germany celebrated his fifth win of the season in the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland on Sunday. Facing difficult weather conditions on the Lausitzring, he relegated Clemens Schmid (A/Lechner Racing Academy ME) and Philipp Eng (A/Team Deutsche Post by Project 1) to positions two and three. After … Continue reading

PORSCHE CARRERA CUP DEUTSCHLAND, AMMERMULLER WINS IN THE LAUSITZ

Thick fog threw the schedule into disarray for Saturday’s race on the Lausitzring. Germany’s Michael Ammermüller (D/Walter Lechner Racing Team), however, kept his cool with the constant postponements and claimed an emphatic victory at race 13 of the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland. This marks the Bavarian’s fourth win so far this season. Philipp Eng (A/Team … Continue reading

PORSCHE CARRERA CUP DEUTSCHLAND, MICHAEL AMMERMULLER WINS TURBULENT RACE AT THE NURBUGRING

Michael Ammermüller (Walter Lechner Racing Team) from Germany has won round eleven of the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland. Saturday’s race on the Nürburgring, however, was filled with thrills and spills with a seven-car pile-up in the first lap stopping the race. When the race resumed, Ammermüller defended his top position to the flag, followed by … Continue reading

PORSCHE CARRERA CUP DEUTSCHLAND, AMMERMUELLER VICTORIOUS AT TURBULENT RACE ON THE NORISRING

Round eight of the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland was not for the faint-hearted. After 35 laps, Michael Ammermueller (Walter Lechner Racing Team) from Bavaria swept over the finish line in first ahead of Earl Bamber (NZ/Team 75 Bernhard) and Porsche junior Sven Mueller (D/Team Deutsche Post by Project 1), but changes at the head of … Continue reading

PORSCHE CARRERA CUP DEUTSCHLAND, AMMERMUELLER SCORES MAIDEN WIN AT THE NORISRING

After a delayed start in order to repair a crash barrier damaged in a previous race, the 36-strong field of the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland finally took off into round seven of the championship. The long wait obviously did not fluster Michael Ammermueller (Walter Lechner Racing Team) and he won at the Norisring in Nuremberg. … Continue reading

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