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GT1 World: Navarra - All-Inkl Continue their Dominant Weekend Form


The Ford GTs struggled in qualifying

The two All-Inkl.com Munnich Motorsport Lamborghinis continued where they left off on day one and claimed the front row of the grid as their own for this afternoon's Qualifying Race. In the final session of the qualifying period it looked as if the nr37 Lamborghini of Dominik Schwager and Nicky Pastorelli, which had been fastest in Q1 and Q2, was going to be on Pole for the fourth time in 2011. However as the chequered flag came out Markus Winkelhock crossed the line in a time of 1:36.579, just 0.004s faster than his teammate to claim the first pole position of the season for the nr38 car.

GT1 World: Navarra - Qualifying Race Results



GT1 World: Navarra - Qualifying Race Results

GT1 World: Navarra - All-Inkl Top off Efforts with Qualifying Race Win



The All-Inkl.com Munnich Motorsport Lamborghini team gave an excellent display of formation flying to complete a one-two finish in the Qualifying Race at Navarra. Marc Basseng and Marcus Winkelhock took the chequered flag in the No.38 car from pole position with the sister car, the Lamborghini No.37 of Nicky Pastorelli and Dominik Schwager, close behind in second. With the Lamborghinis so dominant, the rest of the field was left to scrap over the final place on the podium. After an eventful squabble it was the Marc VDS Ford GT No.41 of Maxime Martin and new boy Bertrand Baguette which took the honours.

LMS, ILMC: Imola 6 Hours - Practice 3 Times



LMS, ILMC: Imola 6 Hours - Practice 3 Times

LMS, ILMC: Imola 6 Hours - Audi Pips Peugeot in P3


The track was dry despite a shower at sunrise, and the no. 1 Audi R18 TDI pipped the no. 7 Peugeot 908 by 0.026s, which promises a very closely-fought qualifying session for the Imola 6-Hours grid positions.

LMS, ILMC: Imola 6 Hours - Qualifying Times



LMS, ILMC: Imola 6 Hours - Qualifying Times

LMS, ILMC: Imola 6 Hours - Peugoet Takes Pole as Audi Shares Front Row INC Video


The #8 will head row 2

The extraordinary 79th Le Mans 24 Hours is already just a memory. 27 years after the last endurance race on the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, the Imola 6 Hours continues the tradition by hosting the third round of the 2011 Le Mans Series. Thanks to the quickest time of his team-mate, Anthony Davidson in qualifying, Sébastien Bourdais will start from pole tomorrow at 12h00. The other fastest times were set by TDS Racing n°46 (LM P2), Genoa Racing n°93 (FLM), BMW Motorsport n°55 (LM GTE Pro) and Proton Competition n°63 (LM GTE Am).