Norbert Michelis won the qualification on the Nordschleife

Норберт Мичелис выиграл квалификацию на Нордшляйфе

Honda pilot Norbert Michelis ahead of the Volvo Nika Katsburga only 0.6 seconds at the end of qualifying on 26-kilometer ring Nordschleife.

After lunch, the track temperatures increased, causing the riders went slower than the morning training. Michelis, drove a lap around the Nordschleife in 8.38,072, ahead of Katsburg on 0,602 seconds.

Nick in his final attempt went ahead of schedule Hungary, but the last sector he had a puncture front right tyre, forcing the Dutchman had to drop the speed.

Third place in qualifying was won by Rob Huff, ahead of his last attempt of the leader of the overall season-2017 Tiago Monteiro, Honda Civic which has a problem with the shock absorber.

Ted Bjork has shown the fifth result, and his partner at Volvo Nestor Girolami has improved its performance on the last fast lap, but on the radio team asked the Latino to slow down, as he had in his pocket was already in tenth place, allowing them to start the race open on the Nordschleife from pole position.

Places sixth through ninth distributed Tom Chilton, Tom Coronel, Mehdi Bennani and Esteban, Gurrieri. Thus, the first row of the starting field of the race is exclusively Argentine.

Pilots RC Motorsport Yann Urlacher and Kevin Gleason, acting on the Lada Vesta, settled for 12th and 14th position respectively.

In duels of the producers celebrated the victory of the Volvo, despite the fact that the car nick Katsburg present vibration.

A trio of Cyan Polestar Racing Katsburg/björk/Girolami did it in 9.01,992, however, the Honda was even worse. Honda mechanics don’t have time to fix the shock absorber for Civic Monteiro, causing Tiago, Norbert and Rio Michigami have lost almost 20 seconds.

Норберт Мичелис выиграл квалификацию на Нордшляйфе
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