DTM-Müller chases historic title
A Thun mixing it up in the DTM! In his sixth season in the high-class touring car-racing series, with Nico Müller (27) drives the biggest success of his career. Müller the DTM title beckons after five more lean years for the first time. Before the last four races – two races at the Nürburgring (this weekend) and at the Finale in October in Hockenheim – is he 20 points behind Leader René Rast (32). “I want to keep the fight until the very last race. So everything is on Sunday in Hockenheim possible! Then the nerve to decide,” says Müller to VIEW.
Win a Swiss for the first time is the toughest touring car championship in Europe with the 600-horsepower Turbo monsters? Miller can write a piece of Swiss Motorsport history. So far the third place in the overall ranking of Marcel Fässler, 2003 was the Swiss Top result, in 2016, the Geneva Edoardo Mortara, Vice-master is – but he started for Italy.
But the rival to the full-throttle-Swiss is a tough nut to crack. René Rast was already two years ago, as a newbie, DTM-Champion and this season has already won five races. And the German is also Audi driver as Miller.
the Bernese is Allowed to attack the Leader at all? The DTM consisted of a long barn directed by Tradition. However, Müller says: “There are no instructions. But it is clear that to avoid the Overtake brand to unnecessary risk. Especially since there’s been an incident.” At the norisring, the two rivals together popped. Despite the Crash and despite a hot title fight, Müller says about rest: “We will still continue to drink coffee and chat time for an hour.”
The thing’s only on the track. Müller makes it clear: as soon As the third-placed BMW driver Marco Wittmann is mathematically out of the title race, he will attack in the fight against the Audi counterparts.
Full attack of the Bernese Oberland is in need but especially in the qualification. In the 14 runs Müller and Rast made the same number of points. His 20-meter lead the German with the Quali-additional points brought out!
Cross-Seewer dreams of premieres-success
globalisation is not in front of the Motocross sports. Therefore, Jeremy Seewer (25), to celebrate the biggest success of his career in Shanghai. In China, the world Cup final rises may hold, where actually only a double failure Seewer from the Vice-world championship title behind world champion Tim Gajser (Slo). “I only have seven points,” says the Bülacher.
In his second year in the Premier class, MXGP, he makes with the world Cup-rank 2 for the biggest success of the Swiss Solo pilot in the 62-year history of the Cross world championship. It Seewers third Vice-title in four years. The choice-Belgian is already twice in the little MX2 class of the Second. 2013 also Vice-champion of Europe. Seewer: “this year’s Vice-title is the most beautiful.”
Even if MXGP Stars like Antonio lacked Cairoli due to injuries – Seewer has established itself with five podium places in the world. Now it’s just the first GP-victory in the big class. He hits, he hits well in China at the end? Seewer: “The podium is definitely the target, I attack going!”
Krummenacher is finally a win-drivers
Randy Krummenacher is an old promise. “Five years ago, I told my father that I want to be a world champion. Now I’m so close, like never before,” says the 29-Year-old.
Three races before the end of the (next race is on 29. September in Magny-Cours), he takes in the world Supersport championship with 10 points ahead of team-mate Caricasulo (It). Krummi is, finally, the victory driver, the many experts saw early in him. He laughs: “Just with a little delay.”
In the Moto2 world championship, he could be these claims never live up to. A lack of money, bad Material, a lot of bad luck and a probably a certain amount of mental weakness were always in the way. “I have more than once thought: The wars now!”, Krummenacher says. Fortunately, he has the thought again and again displace it. This season he has won 4 of 9 races. Four more times he was Second.
Last Sunday, he brought pain rank 2, after he crashed in Training hard. Krummenacher broke his left big toe and a flesh wound was in the left knee, the operative must be closed.
The injury shouldn’t slow him down but in the title hunt. “I’m not calm,” says the Zürcher Oberländer. “I feel a lot of trust in my bike. No matter which route, I sit on the machine and can be easy on the Gas.”
There is a feeling that he had experienced in his entire career never. At least not over such a long time. “I feel great. This feeling is priceless for me and is doing extremely well.”
Well possible, that the dream of the little boy is still in compliance.