Internationale Meisterschaft IX

All teams present discussed and agreed to an adjustment to the usual format which would now see the Sportscars compete in a rare endurance race – testing the reliability of both model and finger. For the first time in Scratch32 history every participant was also truly a scratch built model – customized bodies with custom paint & inkjet decals covering custom made wire and brass chassis. This grid was truly original – and fast. Furthermore it was agreed that any ‘off’ would result in a ‘crash’ ending that model’s heat – what some call ‘crash & burn’ – therefore marshals were not needed and sent back to the counter. Fritz Stroebl was giddy in race heaven – his type of grid – racing his favourite format… let’s go!!!

Sportscars (SP & SP+) Overall Results

  1. #132 – H. Herrmann (Porsche RS61 – SP+) 701 Laps (41.196 ext.);
  2. #58 – F. Segura (Porsche 550 Spyder – SP+) 692 (35.712);
  3. #2 – A. Portago (Ferrari 750 Monza – SP+) 689 (29.241);
  4. #10 – O. Claes (Jaguar D-Type – SP) 631 (45.572);
  5. #10A – A. Hohenlohe (Porsche 356 Super – SP) 627 (55.191);
  6. #261 – A. Hohenlohe (Volkswagen 1200 – SP) 626 (40.217);
  7. #3T – W.L. Bryce (Ford Tudor – SP) 624 (34.407).

Sportscars (SP+) Overall Results

  1. #132 – H. Herrmann (Porsche RS61 – SP+) 701 Laps (41.196 ext.);
  2. #58 – F. Segura (Porsche 550 Spyder – SP+) 692 (35.712);
  3. #2 – A. Portago (Ferrari 750 Monza – SP+) 689 (29.241).

Sportscars (SP) Overall Results

  1. #10 – O. Claes (Jaguar D-Type – SP) 631 Laps (45.572 ext.);
  2. #10A – A. Hohenlohe (Porsche 356 Super – SP) 627 (55.191);
  3. #261 – A. Hohenlohe (Volkswagen 1200 – SP) 626 (40.217);
  4. #3T – W.L. Bryce (Ford Tudor – SP) 624 (34.407).

 

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