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Victory in class and in the classification group

Successful Zimmermann-Porsche Cayman at the Nürburgring

The third race of the Nürburgring Endurance Series (NLS) also took place in good external conditions - it was dry and even the sun peeked in at times. At the 62 Eibach ADAC ACAS Cup, a good 150 cars contested the morning qualifying session. Mathol Racing again brought the two Zimmermann Porsche Cayman to the start. Team boss Matthias Holle: "We are very satisfied with our performance. We took a class victory as well as a classification group win."

The Zimmermann Porsche 718 Cayman S (starting number 474) was driven, as usual, by the Zimmermann regulars Wolfgang Weber and Alex Fielenbach. This time the duo was supported by the fast Swiss GT3 driver Ricardo Feller. Fielenbach, who had married the day before, experienced his to-perience already on the way to the starting grid. Observed by the commentators of the NLS live stream, he moved spectacularly with the traditional cans in tow to the top starting position of the V3T class. The trio then enjoyed a perfect day of racing. In addition to pole, there was the fastest race lap, class victory and success in the production car classification. Weber: "The car was really good again. Chassis and brakes perfect. No problem to win."

The Zimmermann Porsche Cayman S from the V6 class (starting number 415) was driven by the duo Joel Sturm/Alexander Hommerson. At the halfway point of the race, they had to retire early after a minor racing accident and a broken handlebar. The team was left with the consolation of having set the fastest race lap in the class with a time of 9m10.396s.

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