Next successful weekend for Mach1 Motorsport

Tim and Niels Tröger finish ADAC Kart Masters in top five

One week after winning the DMSB Shifter-Kart-Cup (DSKC), the German kart manufacturer Mach1 Kart travelled on to Wackersdorf. The final races of the ADAC Kart Masters took place on the race track in the Upper Palatinate, which Tim and Niels Tröger each successfully completed in their class.

With a smile on their face, Mach1 Motorsport made their journey to the final of the 2020 season. Wackersdorf was the last chance for points in the ADAC Kart Masters. With 156 participants, the fields were gratifyingly occupied. Three drivers from the Mach1 Kart team also started into the race.

In the OK-Class, seven drivers still had chances for the runner-up championship, including Niels Tröger. The driver from Saxony was at the top of the field all weekend and had already fought close duels in the preliminary rounds. In fourth place on Saturday night, he had a good starting position for the finals and knew how to use it. After finishing fifth in the first round, he improved in the second and finished third. In doing so, he advanced to fourth place in the championship and missed the runner-up title by only five points.

Cameron Boedler made a comeback. After a long race break, he intervened in the race again and immediately established himself in the midfield. In the first final he finished as a good twelve, but lost some places due to a spoiler penalty and was only ranked 17th.

DSKC champion Tim Tröger did not have a good start into the ADAC Kart Masters in Kerpen and therefore did not fight for the championship. In Wackersdorf he nevertheless delivered a good performance and finished the intermediate ranking on Saturday in sixth place. In both final races he fought for a place in the top ten and was honored in the evening as an excellent fourth in the championship standings.

Yannik Hirsch also had a good year in the mini-class. The driver from the Mach1 supported team DS Kartsport scraped wafer-thin past the cup ranks of the junior class in sixth place.

Team leader Martin Hetschel was in a good mood in the evening and drew a positive conclusion for 2020: “I am very satisfied. We underlined our possibilities in the DSKC, but we were also among the front manufacturers in the OK and OK Junior. We are now relying on this and will come back even stronger in 2021. A big thank you to all those involved who have made this very difficult year a success.”


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