Entertainment: Allied-Porsche has found "A little bit on the car": Now the victory should be made

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Allied-Racing in his debut year in the ADAC GT Masters . At the Nürburgring, the first podium places in the German GT championship will reach the Nürburgring on Saturday and three on Sunday. And this time they also exist, unlike Oschersleben.

Your own plan is the next step for the first victory for the Porsche team in the ADAC GT Masters, the driver Joel Sturm emphasizes in an interview with 'Motorsport-Total.com'. Especially since in the weeks between Zandvoort and Nürburgring you "found a little something about the car", as storm reveals.

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That was "a step again", the young German continued. "And now we hope that a step will take place at the end of the season so that we can still stand at the top this year." Where there are still steps, the team has to analyze. "But there are definitely a few places."

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there allied racing as a spearhead in the Porsche camp. Even the Joos duo Christian Engelhart and Ayhanancan Güven, before the race weekend in the Eifel in the overall ranking, could not keep up with the brand internal competition.

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"We still have a few small tasks to do, but the basic pace is there. We were at least the fastest Porsche this weekend. This is also important for the team and important for the manufacturer's relationship with Porsche," says Sturm.

Sven Müller with top start-up round on Sunday

Sturm and teammate Sven Müller had branded on Sunday despite the successful ballast for P2 in the Saturday run. Müller laid the foundation stone with a hard first round. Started by P12, the Porsche pilot worked through the fray in the starting phase and came back from the first circulation as fifth.

A performance that leaves his young teammate Sturm a little speechlessly: "I only saw that he already approved a few positions at the start in curve 1. Then there were still a few collisions between other cars, so he could also benefit again . Then I was also a bit surprised that I was in fifth place. "

Sturm is convinced that the jump to the podium would have been "not possible" without such a starting round. "But we still take it with us." In the driver's ranking, Müller/Sturm make a jump to fourth place. There are only five points left for the brand colleagues Engelhart/Güven.

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