ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport in the points ranking for the fifth time at the GT1 World - Marc Basseng with new driver colleague Ricardo Risatti on position six at San Luis

Friedersdorf/San Luis (rol/ot) Last race, first points: German Marc Basseng, that had a new driver colleague called Ricardo Risatti (24/Argentina) in the Lamborghini Murcielago LP670 RS-V with starting number 37 of the Team ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport from Friedersdorf (Saxony), has been on position six on Sunday evening (5th of December) at the 20th run of the FIA GT1 World Championship at San Luis (Argentina). The divers made up eight positions altogether at the one hour Championship Race on the 6,270 km long track. A few hours earlier Basseng/Risatti have been on position 14 at the one hour Qualifying Race.

Their team colleagues Nicky Pastorelli (Netherlands/Italy) and Dominik Schwager (Munich) in the Muennich-Lamborghini with starting number 38 have been on position nine at this race. They reached the points ranking four times this season. At the Championship Race at San Luis they have been in misfortune, as the car has spinned because of a combatant while Pastorelli was behind the wheel at the second lap and then has been on the last position. In the end Pastorelli/Schwager made their way up to position eleven after a furious catch up race.

"Of course that's been great to get into the points ranking. Ricardo did a great job without any mistakes", tells Marc Basseng, that is the team manager same time of the racing stable of Rene Munnich from Saxony. "Ricardo gave us really good hints because of his great knowledge of this track and in the end it paid out for us", underlines Basseng. "The important thing is that we learned a lot from this season and now we can concentrate better on coming tasks and be better prepared", the team manager tells as short conclusion of this just ended season.

The winners of the GT1-World-Season races 19 and 20 on Sunday at Argentina have been the French Frederic Makowiecki/Yann Clairay (Aston Martin DBR9). World Champion is the German Michael Bartels with his Italian team colleague Andrea Bertolini (Maserati MC12).