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Great success in the Eifel

Both Zimmermann Porsches saw the chequered flag at the Nürburgring

The fourth round of the Nürburgring Langstrecken-Series(NLS), the 45th RCM DMV Grenzlandrennen, brought the hoped-for sense of achievement for the two Zimmermann Porsches. The cars entered by Mathol Racing crossed the finish line and took a class win as well as a podium finish. In sunny weather, almost 120 participants took to the grid for the 4-hour race. Mathol team boss Matthias Holle: "At this race, everything we had planned finally worked out again."

The Zimmermann Porsche 911 GT3 Cup took its first podium finish of the season in the new "Porsche Endurance Trophy Nürburgring" one-make cup with Dario Boccolacci (France) and Arne Hoffmeister. The duo - Austrian Harri Prozcyk was unable to attend this time - drove to pole position in class in qualifying. In the race, the Mathol team led several laps and fought for victory for a long time. In the end, Boccolacci/Hoffmeister just missed out on success, and the Zimmermann team also had to admit defeat in the fastest race lap by a few thousandths of a second. But second place in the Cup3 class and 10th overall was an outstanding result. Team boss Holle: "A fast and faultless performance by the drivers in a perfectly prepared Porsche."

The Zimmermann Porsche 718 Cayman S from the VT3 class was driven this time by Erik Braun and Arvid Thal. Due to illness, the Argentine Rudolfo Vasquez could not start. After a drive without major complications, another class win for the Zimmermann Porsche was in the books at the end.

Team boss Holle: "A good race day for Mathol Racing and Zimmermann. We can build on this for the rest of the season at the Nürburgring."