Sachsen Classic 2015: victory of the day for a Beetle

Arturo Rivas
Sachsen Classic 2015
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WP 7: Christian Berg

B t the first special stage on the second day, Helmuth Brants and Ingrid Weber are successful in the Alfa Romeo 1300 GT Junior (start number 178, built in 1969) and win with 14 penalty points. Stefano and Susanna Ginesi finished second in the AC ACE (start number 87, built in 1956) with 17 points. Gianmaria Aghem and Rosella Conti landed third in their BMW 328 (start number 22, built in 1938) with 20 penalty points.

SS 8: IAV Automotive Engineering

The Packard Straight 8 (start number 17, built in 1929) by Klaus Kleinertz and Andrea Wirth wins the IAV test with a smooth clear round. Bastian Müller and Lars Westerheider in the Lincoln Cosmopolitan Sports Sedan (start number 61, built in 1950), followed by Matthias Kahle and Wolfgang Wieland in a Skoda 130 RS (start number 173, built in 1976) with one penalty point, came second with also zero points, but the younger car for the SKODA Classic team.

SS 9: Großrückerswalde

The Swiss team is once again victorious: Stefano and Susanna Ginesi won the AC ACE (start number 87, built in 1956) with six penalty points. Gianmaria Aghem and Rosella Conti in a BMW 328 (start number 22, built in 1938) finished second with seven penalty points. Stefan Endrich and Jens Ellinger in their Mercedes-Benz 500 SLC (start number 176, built in 1980) came third with eight points.

SS 10: Saigernhütte Olbernhau

The first three places are all occupied by participants with clear rounds. 1st place goes to Michael Pelle and Heike Sarnow in the Invicta Open Tourer (start number 13, built in 1927), 2nd place goes to Bernhard and Vincent Freiberger in the Sunbeam Tiger Rally (start number 128, built in 1965), 3rd place goes to Dieter and Gabriele Niederwieser in a Mercedes Benz 280S (start number 164, built in 1982).

SS 11: Rauschenbachtalsperre

In the triple special stage the Italian duo Gianmaria Aghem and Rosella Conti in a BMW 328 (start number 22, built in 1938) are successful again: The Italians win the test with five penalty points. Ronny Tolliszus and Frank Weidenmüller came in second for the August Horch Museum Friends' Association in the IFA Trabant 1.1 (start number 141, built in 1988) with 9 points. Klaus-Hasso and Tanja Heller landed third in their Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7RS (start number 165, built in 1971) with 16 hundredths of a deviation.

WP 12: Zinnwald border crossing

Die Switzerland is strong again in the twelfth special stage of the Sachsen Classic 2015: Stefano and Susanna Ginesi in the AC ACE (start number 87, built in 1956) win with just one penalty point. Susan Christine Fuchs and Irene Seitz in the Porsche 356 C (start number 67, built in 1963) also have that, but the older vehicle wins. Third place was Christian and Susanne Deneke in the MGA Coupé 1500 MKI (start number 186, built in 1957) with two penalty points.

WP Secret: Border crossing Zinnwald I

A secret test was hidden here, but was won confidently with zero penalty points by the Belgian team Jos Hendrickx and Bert De Paep in a Volvo 123 GT (start number 188, built in 1968). Vitezslav Kodym and Li Hongwu from the Skoda Classic team in a Skoda 1101 Roadster (start number 29, built in 1948) came in second with one penalty point. Michael Hesse and Tobias Kaboth came in third in the Wanderer W 50 glasses (start number 10, built in 1938) with two points.

WP Secret: Zinnwald II border crossing

Where there is a secret test, the second must not be missing: It came unexpectedly, but was carried out by Dr. Thomas and Ursula Noth in the Jaguar XK 140 DHC (start number 74, built in 1955) mastered and won with two penalty points. Dr. Wolfram Pinkwart and Christoph Gundlach in the BMW 319/1 (start number 15, built in 1935) with three points, followed by Helmuth Brants and Ingrid Weber in the Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior (start number 178, built in 1969) also with three points.

WP 13: Cinovec border crossing

At the border crossing to the Czech Republic, Team Radeberger feels comfortable in the Opel P4 panel van (start number 28, built in 1939 ) and wins with one penalty point. Hajo and André Riesenbeck in their Porsche 356 B Super 90 (start number 115, built in 1962) finished second with two hundredths of a deviation, while Gianmaria Aghem and Rosella Conti in a BMW 328 (start number 22, built in 1938) came third with three points.

SS 14: Glashütte Watch Museum

At the watch museum time strikes for Clemens and Meike Huck in their Porsche 930 (start number 126, built in 1978), because they drive a clear lap and win the test. Consul Karsten Höhns and Sylvia Ahlas in the Facel Vega FV 3B Coupé (start number 90, built in 1956) came in second with one point, followed by Christoph and Christine von Berg in a VW 1302 LS (start number 148, built in 1972) with one penalty point.

Day 2 day ranking

After the evaluation, Christian Schwamberger and Sebastian Singer were able to drive their VW 1303 Cabrio (starting number 140, built in 1979) win the second day with 256 penalty points.Markus Hendel and Christoph Herbrig finished second in the DeLorean DMC-12 (start number 179, built in 1983) with 256 points as well. Stefano and Susanna Ginesi achieved 270 points and thus third place in the AC ACE (start number 87, built 1956).

Scoring day 1 and 2

After two days, Gianmaria Aghem and Rosella Conti in a BMW 328 (start number 22, built in 1938) are in the lead with 382 points. Markus Hendel and Christoph Herbrig in the DeLorean DMC-12 (start number 179, built in 1983) came in second with 419 penalty points. In third place are Stefano and Susanna Ginesi in the AC ACE (start number 87, built in 1956) with a total of 449 points.

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