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wants to score a lot of points again at the home game of US Racing CHRS – Photo: ADAC (**************************************************************************)

( No breather for the ADAC Formula 4 – it goes on and on. Just a week after the race in Zandvoort, the fifth round at the Nürburgring is now on. It is the home game for the team US Racing CHRS of Ralf Schumacher and Gerhard Ungar, with which the championship slowly but surely enters the decisive phase. SPORT1 transmits the races of the ADAC Formula 4 on TV, online the races are shown on SPORT1.de, adac.de/motorsport, youtube.com/ADAC and on the Facebook page of the ADAC Formula 4.



Ralf Schumacher, former Formula 1 and DTM driver, has raced countless times on the Nürburgring. Now he passes on his experience to young, up-and-coming young drivers. And with success: In the previous year, the team cleared all three championship titles. Champion was Lirim Zendeli, rookie champion Ralf Schumacher's son David and also in the team ranking the Kerpener were unbeatable.


Again this year things are looking good, again the team leads in all three ratings – accordingly confident and motivated US Racing CHRS goes into his home game. “It's been going great so far, the race weekend in Zandvoort was perfect for me,” said league leader Théo Pourchaire ( I've collected some meters. “(**********************************************************************************************)

So many that Pourchaire's lead over his first pursuer Arthur Leclerc ((***************************************************************************************************), Monaco, US Racing CHRS) meanwhile points) The great strength of the young Frenchman is his constancy. In ten of the eleven races so far Pourchaire has driven into the points, only in the first race at the Red Bull Ring he missed the points in twelfth place. “It's super important to be consistent”, he (***************************************************************************************************) – Yearlings: “That's how I approach the race weekend at the Nürburgring.”



The two Van Amersfoort pilots Dennis Hauger ((******************************************************************************************************), Norway) and Niklas Krütten ((**********************************************************************************), Trier) 10 Points behind Pourchaire and wait for their chance. “There are still so many races to go, because you can close the gap already,” said Krütten with regard to the remaining nine runs this season: “I'm pretty relaxed and I'm not a big pressure., Of course, I try to win and so but I also know that I'm very fast this year so far, only here and there was a bit of bad luck, so I could not always translate the good pace into results. “



Also for Krütten it is a home race, from his hometown Trier to the Nürburgring is the 2018 Only one good hour on the way “Friends and family are coming in. It's nice that the support is so great,” says Krütten. 4, which “gives me an extra boost of motivation,” he says. (*******************************************************************************************************)

Also very motivated is Sebastian Estner ((************************************************************************************************), Warngau, Van Amersfoort Racing). He had celebrated a confident start-finish victory in the Sunday race at Zandvoort, giving his Dutch team Van Amersfoort Racing a home win. After his debut success Estner, whose brother Andreas has also raced in the ADAC Formula 4, wants to reload. “The victory gave me a lot of confidence, we had a good pace in Zandvoort, and thanks to the reverse grid rule, I was able to finish the race from pole position to the finish,” he says.


In the rookie rating is Roman Stanek ((*******************************************************************************************************), the Czech Republic, US Racing CHRS) by far, in the team ranking US Racing leads CHRS ahead of Van Amersfoort Racing and the Prema Powerteam. “Now we want to do well in our home game, of course, and score a lot of points,” said league leader Théo Pourchaire: “The big goal is and remains the title.”
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