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Eifel Classic 2012 - second stage: Stracke / Mohr still ahead

Hardy Mutschler
Eifel Classic 2012 - second stage
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M with 305 penalty points, Wolfgang Stracke and Fabian Mohr remain in first place Jürgen Jost and Jürgen Möller are in second place with 331 penalty points. The Alfa Romeo GTV 1750 team keeps the third-placed Petr and Tomas Fiala at a distance in an Austin-Healey 100/4.

Daily ranking of the second stage: European champions of the Eifel

In the second stage the podium is occupied internationally: Germany leads ahead of Great Britain and the Czech Republic. Tim Westermann and Andre Dietzel decide the second day's ranking for themselves. With their VW-Porsche 914/4 they only collected 250 penalty points. With 18 penalty points more, the British Martin Smith and Peter Birdwhistle are in second place in the Austin-Healey 3000 Mk II. Petr and Tomas Fiala also finished third on an Austin-Healey. With their Austin-Healey 100/4 from 1956 they have 275 penalty points on their account and are also leaders in the hourglass class.

Special stage 7 - 'Heistert'

he first special stage of the second day was decided by Jochen Köhler and Carsten Müller in the Mercedes SL 230 with three penalty points. Ernst Richter and Melanie Munder also finished second with three points in the 1981 Porsche 911 SC RS Rothmans. Markus Schoeller and Wolfgang Lankes landed third in the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL from 1986.

Special stage 8 - 'Eifelrundfahrt 1922'

With a precision landing, Mark Keller and co-driver Franz-Peter Hudek in the Jaguar XJ12 won the second special stage of the day. Hamid Mossadegh and Kim Asemann take second place with one penalty point in the Alfa Romeo GTV 2000. ahead of Georg Mavridis and Frank Kremer in a Porsche 911 Targa from 1972 (two penalty points).

Special stage 9 - 'Reetz' and secret special stage 'Reetz secret'

Herbert De Paep and Jul Moens also 'zeroed' on the second stage of the 'Reetz' special stage. Petr and Tomas Fiala finished second ahead of Jörg Wieneke and Ralf Hartmann in an Opel Admiral B. Both teams had a deviation of only one hundredth of a second, so the year of construction decided. The 1956 Austin-Healey 100/4 from Fiala /Fiala in front of the 1976 Opel Admiral B.

Immediately afterwards, the teams had to complete the secret special stage. here it was necessary to cover 100 meters in exactly 15 seconds. Stefan Grundhoff and Andrea Leitner mastered this task with theirsJaguar XK 120 best and came first with six penalty points. Behind them are Michael Pelle and Heike Sarnow in the 1953 Jaguar C-Type with seven penalty points ahead of Max Wilhelm and Paul Schenck in the 1954 Jaguar XK 120 SE DHC.

Special stage 10 - 'Nordschleife'

The supreme discipline on the second day was the special stage on the Nordschleife. Here Hans-Gerd Bode and Roland Löwisch showed their skills in a Porsche 924 Carrera GT and won with ten penalty points, ahead of Detlef and Andreas Kloß in the Mercedes 300 SL with 13 points and Marcus Mende and Florence Dal Molin-Mende in the Jaguar E-Type V12 with 15 Points.

Special stage 11 - 'auto motor und sport driving safety center I'

Won the last special stage of the day the leaders of the overall standings, Tim Westermann and Andre Dietzel in a VW-Porsche 914/4 with 13 penalty points. Christian Kistler and Achim Kochsiek also collected 13 penalty points in a Porsche Carrera 3.0. Christian Geistdörfer and Katrin Obry finished third with 15 points.

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