After Kevin Wolters and his team have already won class VT2 with their Renault Megane RS at the penultimate VLN round, Keeevin Sports and Racing repeated their triumph now at the season’s finale in finishing with a lead of 2:14.94 minutes over the runner-up team. Wolters and his team mates Janis Waldow as well as Alexander Prinz thus secured an overall win at the debut season of this class.
“A dream has become true for me. Two years ago, my target still was to be able to compete at all in the VLN. And now we have made it on top of the podium. That is unbelievable”, says Wolters enthusiastically.
Before the beginning of the season, the Renault Megane was prepared for racing in only five months. Without having completed a single kilometre of testing, Wolters and Co. started VLN race 1 at the Nürburgring. Throughout the season which comprised nine qualifying rounds, they scored the total of eight strong top three results in class VT2, including the two victories.
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|12-07||Vehicle comparison: V5-Cayman vs. Group-H Nine Eleven|
|11-28||Worthy setting to reward magnificent achievements|
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|11-13||Keeevin Sports and Racing dominates class VT2|
|11-03||The 2017 class winners are confirmed|
|11-01||Christopher Brück looks back positively|
|10-27||VLN calendar 2018 announced|
|10-25||Second victory of the season for Teichmann Racing|
|10-22||Michael Schrey defended his title successfully|
|10-20||Sample calculations to the 2017 championship?|
|10-19||Award for the VLN as the best national grassroots racing series again|
|10-18||A get together of top stars|
|10-18||The Opel Astra TCR is also victorious in endurance racing|
|10-13||Right tyre choice paid out for Milltek Racing|
|10-12||Debutant Piana catching attention in the Cup3|
|10-07||Vanthoor and Winkelhock break new ground|
|10-05||VLN to start into its finale|