Larry ten Voorde took third place in the race at Sachsenring of the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany and thus certainly has one hand on the title. De Tukker now has a lead of 54 points over the number two in the championship, Harry King. In any case, it should not be too early to cheer, there are still some races to go. In any case, Ten Voorde was feeling good and is ready to give everyone their thunder on Sunday.
After Ten Voorde finished his Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup season as second in the championship in Monza, there was no holiday planned for a long time. The 26-year-old had some other races ahead of him, namely the German Porsche Championship. De Tukker has a comfortable lead in the championship after taking third place during the first race at the Sachsenring.
While there was a battle going on in front of him between Morris Schuring and Bastiaan Buus, Ten Voorde was able to remain unthreatened in third place. ‘We still have to find some speed for Sunday to fight for the win. We got good points for the championship and that is what counts!’, de Tukker said in a press release from GP Elite. Teammate Loek Hartog crossed the line in fourth. The other gentlemen from team GP Elite had a more difficult time, but the Porsche team from De Rijp was still able to score good points.
Two more weekends to go for Ten Voorde
When the sixth weekend of the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany is completed after tomorrow’s race, there are still two weekends to go, so four races in total. These will take place at the Red Bull Ring in Austria and the Hockenheimring in Germany. Ten Voorde undoubtedly knows both circuits like the back of his hand. The battle for the title is in full swing, although Ten Voorde is ahead of King at a comfortable pace.