Interlagos: Muennich Motorsport preview

ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport optimistic before the double event at the season finale in South America - Team manager Marc Basseng: "We really want to ball the jack one more time" Friedersdorf/Sao Paulo (rol/ot) 25 degrees Celsius air ...

ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport optimistic before the double event at the season finale in South America - Team manager Marc Basseng: "We really want to ball the jack one more time"

Friedersdorf/Sao Paulo (rol/ot) 25 degrees Celsius air temperature and loads of sun - you might feel the heat at work. That is what the Team ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport describes, that is already been working for a few days on the two Lamborghini Murcielago LP670 RS-V near Sao Paulo. Because the ninth season event of the FIA GT1 World Championship on the track at Interlagos (Brazil) coming weekend (26th to 28th of November) is one of the two events of the season finale of the world championships in South America. One week later San Luis (Argentina) will be the location of the last two races of the year 2010.

The German racing stable from Saxony with team principal Rene Munnich will be on track in South America again with German Marc Basseng (Neusalza-Spremberg) and Christoph Bouchut (France) in the Lamborghini with starting number 37 as well as Nicky Pastorelli (Netherlands/Italy) and German Dominik Schwager (Munich) in the racer with starting number 38. "Our cars and the whole material arrived save and sound in Brazil after the three weeks journey on a ship coming from Spain", tells Marc Basseng, that is the team manager of ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport same time. "We really want to ball the jack one more time at the season finale and we want to be up front".

While most of the drivers don't know the tracks in South America, Marc Basseng and Christophe Bouchut have already been on track at Interlagos. They have very nice memories of this track because Basseng has been the winner of the season finale of the Le Mans Series (LMS) two years ago. "The good knowing of this track could be a small advantage for us. Certainly we couldn't do any development work on our cars after the races at Spain. Anyway we are very optimistic to show a good race in between this top-class drivers field", thinks team manager Basseng.

-source: muennich-motorsport.com

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Series Blancpain Sprint
Drivers Christophe Bouchut , Dominik Schwager , Nicky Pastorelli , Marc Basseng , René Münnich