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As Morbidelli ties Biagi for the lead in the Superstars standings, Kruglyk-Giammaria (Ferrari) score sensational double victories in GTSprint.
Morbidelli, Kristoffersson complete double 1-2 seeps- Herbert, Liuzzi score podium finishes
It’s been a great day for Audi in the British round of the Superstars International Series at Donington Park. The Ingolstadt-based manufacturer scored a sensational double win with Italian Gianni Morbidelli and Swede Johan Kristoffersson. Morbidelli cruised to victory twice in front of his team-mate as the new Audi RS5 racecars proved beyond reach for everybody else on-track. Thanks to his double 2nd place, Kristoffersson managed to extend his championship lead as he now stands with 85 points in front of Biagi (69), Liuzzi (64) and Morbidelli (63)
Superstars International Series: Gianni Morbidelli, Thomas Schoeffler sweep front row for Audi at Donington
Tom Onslow-Cole (Jaguar XFR), Johnny Herbert (Maserati Quattroporte) round out all-British row 2
It’s been a perfect Saturday for Gianni Morbidelli at Donington Park. The Pesaro-based racer, driving an Audi RS5 for Audi Sport Italia, scored an incredible pole position after having dominated in both practice sessions of the third 2012 round of the Superstars International Series.
34 points: that was the amazing tally grabbed by Jon Lancaster in Donington.
The Brit boasted two staggering drives in his home race, clinching a dominating win in the wet in Race 1 (also posting the fastest lap of the race) and getting a great 4th place in Race 2 starting from P8. This allowed him to win the Weekend classification, bringing home the 60.000 euros prize money that comes with 1st place. Doing so, he entered in the same “club” of Giovanni Venturini, Sergei Afanasiev and Luca Filippi.
There’s a new entry for Auto GP and Campos Racing
The Spanish team, committed to the Series with three cars, reached an agreement with Adam Carroll. The british driver will race for the team from the Donington round until the end of the season, driving the #33 formerly raced by Marco Barba, who decided to temporarily stop his career in motor racing.
Jon Lancaster had an amazing debut weekend in Auto GP.
He arrived in Brno with just two days of testing in the car, an experience dating back to six months ago in Barcelona, but despite this he was immediately on the pace: 2nd in the first Free Practice session, Jon then was fifth in Qualifying but just 2 tenths adrift from pole position.
At the forefront of the Michelin Ginetta G50 Cup in 2010
Numerous race wins and a sustained championship challenge throughout the year once again placed Total Control Racing at the forefront of the Michelin Ginetta G50 Cup in 2010 – with Carl Breeze just missing out on the driver’s title in his, and the team’s second season in the category.