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Overall victory and class successes

Successful appearance of the Zimmermann-Porsche at 2nd RCN event

Mathol Racing also brought the two Zimmermann-Porsche Cayman to the start of the "Nordeifelpokal", the second event of the Rundstrecken-Challenge Nür-burgring. In good outside conditions, both cars were successful.

The Swiss Ricardo Feller was at the Nürburgring for the first time and wanted to gain his first experience on the Nordschleife at an RCN event. With the Zimmermann-Porsche Cayman S he started in the V6 class. Feller showed his class from the start and was always in front. In the end, he won the class in a commanding manner and thus also took the overall victory in race two. Feller: "A great experience. The track is simply amazing. After completing three laps in tourist traffic, I was able to really enjoy every other lap during the performance test."

Erik Braun was out testing with the Zimmermann Porsche 718 Cayman in the VT3 class. Brake discs and pads from the house of Zim-merman were tested again intensively on the race track before the 24h race. In the end, there was also a second class victory for the team. Braun: "A good test. Discs and pads worked perfectly and mean a significant improvement for the car."

Team boss Matthias Holle: "Two class wins and an overall success are something to be proud of. The team worked perfectly."