The German Team ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport before the season start of the WTCC in Monza – Team and drivers are full of beans for the new challenge – René Münnich: "We are ready!“
Friedersdorf/Monza (rol/ot) The waiting is over: The German Team ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport from Friedersdorf travelled to Monza (Italy) full of beans and they want to leave a good mark as the newbie at the season start of the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) coming weekend (23rd/24th of March). "This is a big new challenge for our whole team. We are well prepared and we had a couple of good test drives. We have with Rob Huff and Marc Basseng two drivers champions of WTCC and GT1 and a highly motivated crew that has been the team champion last year at the GT1 – we are ready!", the team principal said, who is the founder and owner of the racing stable from Friedersdorf (Saxony) as well. He will be behind the wheel as well as the British Rob Huff and Marc Basseng (Neusalza-Spremberg) in a SEAT León 1.6T for ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport.
ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport plans something similar to that at the season opening of the World Touring Car Championships 2013. „Of course, we are new at the WTCC and still have to gather a lot of experience here, but we will do everything to be at the front of the field in Monza already“, Marc Basseng explained, who is the team manager of the racing stable same time. "Thanks to the support by SEAT Sport we have three competitive cars on start. And we hope that Rob Huff can bring us forward with his experience.“
At the final invoice of the WTCC the Münnich racing stable aims for „a podium placing“, that is what René Münnich announced weeks ago already to be the goal. Now the concentration is on the premiere at the WTCC in Monza. Everybody hopes that the winter doesn’t ruin it with snow and ice at the last second. The free practice will be on Saturday (23rd of March) at 09.00 am and 11.45 am, the Qualifying is scheduled for 3 pm. On Sunday (24th of March), the warm up is scheduled for 09.30 am and the first two out of altogether 24 season races are scheduled for 3.05 pm and 5.20 pm.