Best Placement for Aston Martin Racers

September 16, 2012 at 09:49

With the anticipated podium sports car pilot Stefan Micke in the Brazilian Interlagos in the early hours of Sunday (EDT, September 16) has started in the second half of the season of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). In the six-hour race in Sao Paulo, fifth stop of the World Endurance Championship, the German driver was together with the British Aston Martin driver colleague Darren Turner in the Vantage second in the GTE Pro class behind the Ferrari 458 Italia, with Giancarlo Fisichella and Gianmaria Bruni (both from Italy).

 Micke Zweiter Aston Martin Driver Photo

Micke Zweiter Aston Martin Driver Photo

Thus the Berlin driver stood after the third place for the fourth time this season on the podium of the GTE Pro and also reached the best WEC placement for Aston Martin Racing. “I am very pleased with second place in my class. We were aiming for a podium finish in advance. Vantage GTE was quick and easy way,” says Stefan Micke, who had taken up the race from the pole position in the GTE Pro in attack who had scored his team-mate in qualifying Turner.

Aston Martin Racing Pic

Aston Martin Racing Pic

On the first lap of the race had to dodge the Berlin two sports car prototypes that had a crash, and fell back to fourth. “I could then move to the second spot ahead,” says the 30-year-old great sports driver.

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