Another HUGE performance for Simon Allemann, Team Magic & Reedy driver, at Weinfelden for the fourth round of Touring Pro-Stock Swiss Championship.
After an epic training day due to very special track conditions, young talented driver Simon Allemann (Team Magic / Reedy) found a good setup for the qualification rounds. Many drivers was still searching for a good setup during the qualifications, with some success for a few drivers, and disappointment for others.
After the 3 rounds of qualification, our 3 team drivers managed to enter in the A-main, with a great 2nd place for Simon Allemann behind pole setter Marco Siegenthaler. Jordy Dubuis obtained a very good 7th place, and Lionel Troyon just enter the A final on 10th place with a good last run.
Ranking after 3 rounds of qualification:
1 Marco Siegenthaler – Tamiya
2 Simon Allemann – Team Magic E4RS II / Reedy
3 Simone Leonardi – Awesomatix
4 Roland Kupper – Schumacher
5 Michael Koch – TOP
6 Cédric Brütsch – TOP
7 Jordy Dubuis - Team Magic E4RS II / Novak / Reedy
8 Tom Eicher – Xray
9 Fabian Widmer – Corally
10 Lionel Troyon - Team Magic E4RS II / Novak / Reedy
Due to temperature and humidity changing, track conditions also changed a bit. This caused another very epic situation for the first final round. Simone Leonardi won the run, followed by Lionel Troyon, Michael Koch and Tom Eicher.
After changing his setup to match the car of Lionel Troyon, Simon Allemann won the second final run, in front of Simone Leonardi, Fabian Widmer and Lionel Troyon.
Third round was decisive for the overall result. Simon managed the victory, followed by Simone Leonardi, Fabian Widmer and Roland Kupper.
Pro-Stock overall result:
1 Simon Allemann – Team Magic E4RS II / Reedy
2 Simone Leonardi – Awesomatix
3 Lionel Troyon - Team Magic E4RS II / Novak / Reedy
4 Fabian Widmer – Corally
5 Michael Koch – TOP
6 Roland Kupper – Schumacher
7 Tom Eicher – Xray
8 Cédric Brütsch – TOP
9 Jordy Dubuis - Team Magic E4RS II / Novak / Reedy
10 Marco Siegenthaler – Tamiya
E4RS II setup for Weinfelden could be found on the setup section
Pictures are courtesy of Daniel Koch (turbofinger.ch)