Monza: Kruse Motorsport qualifying report

Not speed by all means but reliability remains Kruse Motorsport's main target for their debute with the new Pescarolo Judd at Monza. Ahead of the first Le Mans Series race in the "Autodromo Nazionale" since 2005 the Cologne-based team and their ...

Not speed by all means but reliability remains Kruse Motorsport's main target for their debute with the new Pescarolo Judd at Monza. Ahead of the first Le Mans Series race in the "Autodromo Nazionale" since 2005 the Cologne-based team and their Austrian "Qualifier" Norbert Siedler are busy with sorting out the last sources of error.

Kai Kruse (Team Manager): "Some fine tuning has to be done yet but at least we can start working on the car's set-up now. Norbert had some problems with the gear change that cost him definitely a lot of time but basically we can be happy with our progress. Everybody in the team knows that we have to keep on pushing but our chances to finish that race and achieve a reasonable result are still there."

Norbert Siedler (Driver): "I am not happy, that's for sure, but I must admit that we have made some good progress since yesterday. The braking is much better now and if we can get rid of that final shifting problem, we can finally start to concentrate on our speed. Speaking about the potential of the car, it is quite obvious for me, that we could be a lot quicker. We just have to be patient and hope for some luck in the race."

Credit: kruse

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Series European Le Mans
Drivers Norbert Siedler