C acá Bueno before Sergio Jimenez. We've had that before? Correct! The two Brazilians managed to outdo the competition two times ago in Monaco. In contrast to the race in Monaco, there was tension in Berlin.
Jimenez, for his part, was put under pressure by the impatient Simon Evans. The New Zealander rode a few attacks on his South American team-mate, which he defended himself confidently, in the style of a great champion. Simon Evans, for his part, soon found himself unable to follow the white and green Jaguar and settled in third place.
Letterman duo missed the podium
A dent in shape The drivers of the Rahal Letterman team, which dominated at the beginning of the season, complain: Bryan Sellers came in fourth, his colleague Katherine Legge only managed the worst place behind Adam Carroll and was thus the bottom of the Pro category.
In the Pro-Am classification, there was a hot duel between the Chinese Yaqi Zhang and the French Célia Martin. After exchanging paint samples several times, the Asian had the better end for himself. Guest starter Jens Dralle, chief reporter of auto motor und sport , brought his car to the finish without a scratch.