Formula 3 Euro Series Fifth victory of the season for Marco Wittmann
Marco Wittmann was the most successful Volkswagen driver at the penultimate race weekend of the Formula 3 Euro Series. The 21-year-old from Team Signature won Saturday’s sprint race at Valencia and finished the other two rounds in fifth and sixth place. Consequently, Wittmann still has chances for the “vice championship” before the Hockenheim finale at the end of October. In the overall standings, with an equal point score as the Spaniard Daniel Juncadella, Wittmann is ranking behind Roberto Merhi whose championship win has already been determined. As the runner-up in the second race the Japanese Kimiya Sato, who competes for the Volkswagen customer team Motopark, took a podium as well, in the second race.
ATS Formula 3 Cup Richie Stanaway also dominates at finale
Volkswagen driver Richie Stanaway underpinned his leading position again at the final rounds of the ATS Formula 3 Cup, Germany’s fastest formula racing series. The New Zealander, who has already been determined as champion, clinched his 12th and 13th victories at Hockenheim. His Van Amersfoort Racing team colleague Hannes van Asseldonk in fourth place barely missed the podium twice at Hockenheim.
ADAC GT Masters Volkswagen Junior René Rast on position one for the first time
Successful excursion for Volkswagen Junior René Rast to the ADAC GT Masters: At the finale of the “Dream Car League” at Hockenheim the 2005 ADAC Volkswagen Polo Cup Champion and his team-mate Stefan Landmann finished the first race in third place; on Sunday the duo in the Audi R8 LMS achieved their first ever victory.
ADAC Formel Masters Three winners at Hockenheim, no championship decision due to protests
The last race weekend of the ADAC Formel Masters at Hockenheim saw three different race winners: Jason Kremer, Sven Müller and Lucas Wolf. Since Müller, who like all the drivers in the junior class pilots a Dallara-Volkswagen, also clinched two second places he improved to second overall in front of Emil Bernstorff, who finished the second round as the runner-up but scored no further championship points. After the eighth race weekend Pascal Wehrlein, who finished the first round in third place, is the leader of the standings. However, a final championship decision has not been made yet due to pending protests.
Volkswagen Polo Cup South Africa Victories for Weyers and Robertson
Kosie Weyers and Devin Robertson are the two winners of the Volkswagen Polo Cup South Africa rounds. In the first run on the fast Killarney circuit Weyers won ahead of Lee Thompson and Robertson. In the second race leader of the standings Robertson was the front runner. Second place this time went to Weyers in front of Kyle Barnes.
Formula Volkswagen South Africa Jayde Kruger was not to be stopped
Jayde Kruger was the dominant racer at the third from last race weekend of the South African Formula Volkswagen. From the pole position the 23-year-old won both rounds at Killarney and further extended his overall lead. The other podium places went to Simon Moss and Robert Wolk in the first race and to Ernie van der Walt and Tasmin Pepper in the second round.
Coming up next …
08–09 October British Formula 3 Championship at Silverstone (GB)
08–09 October Volkswagen Racing Cup at Silverstone (GB)
08–09 October Volkswagen Endurance Cup at Spa (B)