mayo 2011


EN ESTE MOMENTO NO HAY PRIORIDAD A LA INDIVIDUALIDAD, IMPORTA SOBRE  TODO EL CONJUNTO, EL EQUIPO

AHORA NO HAY MARGEN PARA EL  EGO AUNQUE LOS RESULTADOS BENEFICIEN PUNTUALMENTE A BUEMI O A MÍ

Se han disputado cuatro Grandes Premios, nunca he corrido más y mejor que ahora, nunca he estado mejor física y mentalmente, y a pesar de esto los resultados en forma de puntos no lucen en mi casillero, todavía.

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Andrea Piccini and Christian Hohenadel took their Hexis Aston Martin No.4 to victory in the Championship Race at Sachsenring. The Hexis pair started from fifth on the grid and stayed clear of a spate of early incidents to secure their first win of the 2011 season. Second place went to the No.37 All-Inkl Münnich Motorsport Lamborghini of Dominik Schwäger and Nicky Pastorelli while third was the Young Driver Aston Martin No.8 of Stefan Mücke and Darren Turner.

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Lucas Luhr and Michael Krumm made it a double success for Nissan with victory in the Championship Race at Portimao. Stefan Mucke and Darren Turner in the Young Driver Aston Martin No.8 got the better of an absorbing battle for second place from the Sumo Power Nissan GT-R No.21 of Jamie Campbell-Walter and David Brabham.

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Nissan secured the first manufacturer top three lockout in a FIA GT1 World Championship race when JR Motorsports took 1st and 2nd, with Richard Westbrook and Peter Dumbreck taking the top spot in the nr22 Nissan GT-R, with Lucas Luhr and Michael Krumm joining them in the post race press conference by finishing just 0.3 seconds behind at the chequered flag. They were joined by the Sumo Power Nissan GT-R pairing of David Brabham and Jamie Campbell-Walter.

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 The debut of the MINI WRC Team in Rally Italy, Sardinia was encouraging with both Mini John Cooper Works WRCs showing a good pace on day one. Dani Sordo (ES) and Carlos del Barrio (ES) finished the opening eight stages of the rally in sixth, but unfortunately Kris Meeke (GB) and Paul Nagle (IR) had to retire on stage three due to a throttle problem that caused their car to go off the road.
Despite the disappointment, the team was encouraged by the performance of Meeke’s number 52 car, because he had moved up to fourth overall. Sordo in car number 37 had a trouble-free day. The engineers will now study the data to find the cause of Meeke’s retirement as he will be able to re-start the rally in the morning, although he will be out of contention for a top placing.
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All-Inkl Lamborghini continued their fine start to the season as the No.37 Murcielago of Dominik Schwager and Nicky Pastorelli set the pace in Pre Qualifying at the Algarve.

The duo, pole sitters in both Abu Dhabi and Zolder, rose to the fore with just five minutes remaining of Pre Qualifying – their time of 1m41.763s proving the fastest GT1 time set round the Portimao track.

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The dye is now caste and the final preparations have been made for the debut of the MINI WRC Team on the Rally Italy, Sardinia. Dani Sordo (ES) and his co-driver Carlos del Barrio (ES) in the MINI John Cooper Works WRC number 37 and Kris Meeke (GB) and his co-driver Paul Nagle (IR) in the sister car number 52 have just completed the pre-event shakedown on the stages near the rally start in Olbia.

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