SRS Season 2021.3 Week 6 Recap
Last week of this exciting season, with unexpected results and great races!
P.S: Sorry if I didn’t make the recap last week, i was suspended and I didn’t want to post it.
TOYOTA AE86 TUNED – Charade Long (FR)
Robert Duplantier is the Toyota AE86 championship! A 4th place (despite some incidents, resulting in his worst result of the series) was enough to win his 2nd championship. The last race at the long layout of Charade was Ted Hough, with a really good performance. 2nd place for Jari Penttinen, in front of Michal Janak. This podium was fundamental in the championship for Penttinen, who ended 1 point ahead of Ted, and 4 in front of Janak, who doesn’t seems to like ending on the podium with a close fight in the championship. 5th place for Lucas Biberacher.
HONDA PRELUDE MR.X – Thomson Road (SG)
David Broomhead wins the last race and the Honda championship! An excellent race for him, who survived every lap in the difficult Singaporean circuit. 16 seconds was the gap between him and the 2nd, Matheus Nolli. Just half a second behind the driver who ended 2nd in the championship there’s Martin Smith, who was leading for some laps. 4th place for Marc LoGiudice, ahead of James Leeder, 3rd in the final standings. 4th place for Jay Gabriel, 6 more than Rob Russo.
MAZDA MX5 CUP – Portimao (PT)
Eduardo Cavalcanti wins the Tumilty Mazda MX-5 Championship! A 2nd place behind the 4th different winner with this car, Scott Pritchard, was enough to win with a 44 points gap on Michal Janak, 4th at the end of the race. 3rd place for a stunning Stuart Gomm, who for just 4 points ended behind the exiled Matteo Venuti, who couldn’t race due to the ban given at the end of the 5th week.
LOTUS EXIGE 240R S3 – Cadwell Park (UK)
Matheus Nolli gets the win in the Lotus Exige Championship! Winning his 3rd race of the championship, at Cadwell Park is a really good finish for a series that started with an exciting fight between him and the 2nd driver in the standings, Javier Brandao, who lost almost every chance to win in this series after a messy race at Road America. Marc LoGiudice managed to finish 3rd in the standings, despite a 75 points race here. 4th Kit Recek, 16 points behind the podium. 5th there’s Wesley Chan, who missed the 2nd round at Hockenheim. In the race, Vicente Da Silva had a really good comeback after a crash on the first lap.
BMW Z4 DRIFT – Buriram (TH)
Matteo Venuti is the BMW Z4 Drift champion, winning his first ever championship! Despite his unexpected 1-week suspension, he won thanks to the cooperation of Michal Janak, Robert Duplantier and Jason Jones, who decided not to race in the last round at Buriram. Venuti didn’t knew a thing about this, and he discovered it just after the registrations were closed thanks to a message of his friend/rival Janak. The race saw just two drivers, and this race confirmed the standings of last week, with Matteo Venuti 1st, 17 points ahead of Robert Duplantier. 3rd place for Michal Janak. 4th place for Jason Jones, who missed the Sentul race, like Simon Speth.
PORSCHE CAYMAN GT4 – Zandvoort (NL)
Giuseppe Iaria is the winner of the Porsche Cayman GT4 Championship! Despite his 2nd consecutive bad race, he managed to win the series with margin, thanks to some good races in the first half of the championship. The last race on the bumpy Dutch track saw David Iglesias winning his 4th race in the championship, ahead of Martin Kraajenbrink and Oscar Viana, 2nd and 3rd in the final standings. 4th David Iglesias, who could have dominated the championship if he hadn’t missed the Laguna Seca race. 5th David Llorente.
GINETTA GT4 – Donington GP (UK)
David Broomhead wins his 2nd seasonal championship! Another superbe performance for him (anyone surprised?), winning ahead of James Leeder and Marc LoGiudice. 65 points is the gap at the end between David and Jay Gabriel, 2nd in the championship, despite the missing results of last week’s race. 6 points behind there’s Rick Longano. Off the podium, Don Debienne secured his 4th place ahead of James Leeder.
CATERHAM 420R – Hockenheim GP (DE)
Michal Janak wins the Caterham championship! An amazing end to this championship, ending always on the podium without taking any incidents! No one, except a probably suspended Nick Barknecht (3rd in the standings) was able to match the Czech’s pace with the Caterhams, and the gap between him and the 2nd, Rob Russo, is an impressive 85 points. Close fight for the 4th place, with Michael Martin ahead of Szabolcs Keri, P2 in the race in front of Kevin Russ, with both of them at 5 races.
FERRARI F310B vs WILLIAMS FW19 – Silverstone GP (UK)
What is going on! After two fun races, whose saw winning Eduardo Sa, in front of Lukas Moellmann and Mikko Eerola, and Manel Cubo in front of Lucas Biberacher and Clemens Bauer, the German Lucas Biberacher unexpectedly wins the SRS F1 1997 championship! With two podiums in his 10 races during the season, his 524 points were enough to let him winning the championship. 2nd a probably suspended Marco Monitto (n.d.r, lots of drivers got suspended lately), 23 points behind. 3rd place for Eduardo Sa, ahead of Angelo Paratore and Matic Kadivec.
BTCC 1999 – Donington GP (UK)
Omer Kinay is, for the 2nd time, the SRS BTCC Champion! Another stunning championship for him in his loved Primera, with 20 wins and 27 podiums out of his 28 races. 2nd place for Michael Martin, 15 P1 and 26 P2 and P3s. 3rd place for David Broomhead, who ended just ahead of his teammate of the Broomsgang (that won the 4Fun Team Championship, congrats!) thanks to his 10 wins instead of 9. 5th place for Roman Bisanz, who got 608 points.
BMW M235i – Laguna Seca (US)
Simon Speth wins the BMW M235i Daily championship! A good championship for him, who won thanks to his consistency and ability. The only one to get the maximum amount of points. 2nd Matheus Nolli, who did 6 races last week, just one point ahead of a returning Matteo Venuti, who get a miserable 6th place on Sunday, enough to end 3rd in the standings. 4th place for Ilmari Ylitalo, ahead of another driver back to the action, Nick Barknecht. He managed to race only on the last race of the season, taking just 78 points, ending in a bad way his stunning 21 wins championship.
RSS FORMULA 3 V6 – Silverstone GP (UK)
Erik Sundstrom has dominated the F3 championship! An absurd performance for the flying Finn, with 26 wins and 2 P2 among the season. Wonderful. Ryan Thomas ends in 2nd place, with 12 wins, like Balint Szoboszlai, but he didn’t get a clean win on last week at Road America. 4th Shon Marantz, 4 wins and 595 points, just two more than Anthony Yau, with 5 wins.
DTM 90s EURO – Monza (IT)
Hugo Hekkenberg is the winner of the European championship! Another championship win in the 1H series, with 9 wins, 10 P2 and 3 P3. Behind him, Luigi Rinaldi, who could have easily won the championship without his 7-races endurance at the Nurburgring. 22 wins and 26 podiums. Just one point behind an excellent Andrzej Gruszka, who found a love in the DTM cars. 4th place for Martin Kraajenbrink, 35 points ahead of John Gibson.
This week’s winners were: Luigi Rinaldi (3), Hugo Hekkenberg (2) and Andrzej Gruszka (2),
DTM 90s ASIA – Watkins Glen (US)
Rico Haas is the winner of the Asian DTM championship! Every week he got a 102, ending with the maximum amount of points. 10 wins (two of them this week) and 4 P2 are his achievements this season with this car. 2nd place for John Gibson, 6 wins and 10 podiums in total. 3rd place for Danny Mueller, 4 wins and 11 podiums. 4th place for Juan Basterrechea, just 4 points ahead of Gerbrandt van der Merwe, who got a win at Paul Ricard! Bravo Gerbrandt!
This week’s winners were: Rico Haas (2), Danny Mueller (2) and John Gibson (1)
DTM 90s AMERICA – Mosport (CA)
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HALL OF FAME SEASON 2021.3
Simon Speth (23)
Giuseppe Iaria (12)
Hugo Hekkenberg (7)
Erik Sundstrom (6)
Michal Janak (6)
David Broomhead (5, x2)
Matheus Nolli (4)
Omer Kinay (2)
Robert Duplantier (2)
Eduardo Cavalcanti (1)
Lucas Biberacher (1)
Mario Lo (1)
Matteo Venuti (1)
Rico Haas (1)