• German frontrunner Dienst won two races and takes the lead of the general classification
• Swedish Eriksson took the second place in the championship, followed by Australian Mawson
• Estonian driver Aron won the third race of the weekend
• Mick Schumacher had a great weekend – among the best in the Beginners’ ranking
TURIN, 17-8-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — With two victories and a third place at the Nürburgring race track, German Marvin Dienst took the head of the ADAC F4 Abarth German Championship, runs with Italian Tatuus single-seater cars powered by Abarth.
Dienst has played the role of protagonist during the entire weekend, in which he managed to overtake in the championship Swedish Joel Eriksson and Australian Joey Mawson. In fact, the German driver won the first two races, while the winner of the third one was Estonian Ralf Aron – current leader of the Italian F4 Championship powered by Abarth, which has proven its worth in this challenge, too.
It has been a great weekend for Mick Schumacher. He finished Race 1 9th overall in the classification, 6th overall in the second race and 10th overall in Race 3, recovering positions in the Beginners championship, in which he is now in contention for the fourth place and the final success. Mick is trailing by just 4 points from Jonathan Cecotto. Now the ranking leader is German Mike Ortmann.
At the Nürburgring the Tatuus single-seaters, powered by the Abarth T-Jet engine with an output of 160 HP, showed a huge competitiveness, running on an average speed of about 150 Km/h.
The next round of the ADAC F4 Abarth German Championship will be held at the German Sachsenring race track from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th of August. In the meantime, it will take place the fourth round of the Trofeo Abarth Selenia Europe.