Matrix Modified

Coelho holds off hard challenging Rheinard to win ETS RD4 in Neumünster

Xray`s Bruno Coelho walks away from Chuck`s Raceway with maximum points in his pocket. After winning the last outdoor race in Apeldoorn, it was his second consecutive victory (same as Völker) which keeps the overall championship alive for Coelho. Mugen Seiki`s championship leader Ronald Völker finished fourth overall here at Chuck`s Raceway and we can expect two more thrilling ETS races until the end of season 14.
Here is what happened in A2 and A3 today:
Right off the line, Marc Rheinard was on the back of Coelho`s Xray again and made a lot of pressure with his sharp looking Awesomatix car. Rheinard tried to find a gap and he waited for the perfect chance to overtake Coelho. It was easy to see that he had the faster car but none of his overtaking attempts had been successful. In the end, Bruno Coelho crossed the line first with Rheinard in toe. Michele Manzo (Awesomatix) had another great run and confirmed his third starting position once again. Ronald Völker (Mugen Seiki) and Tim Wahl (Awesomatix) completed the top 5 of the second leg in the Matrix Modified class.
With the decision for the overall win on the line between Coelho, Rheinard and Manzo, the tension right before A3 was very high as everybody was standing all around the track to watch the third A-Main. This time, Rheinard was not able to create the same amount of pressure as he did in A2 and Coelho was able to keep the distance between his Xray and the chasing Awesomatix of Rheinard between 0.2 and 0.5 seconds for the whole run. In the end, Bruno Coelho took the overall win at one of the most intense carpet races since a long time! 

Read how the top 3 of the Matrix Modified class reflected their weekend here after ETS RD4 at Chuck`s Raceway in Neumünster

The weekend started very well with a very good pace, we were very confident about this race as we worked a lot for it and the last race there was very positive so the expectation was very high. On the qualifies the things changed a bit and we faced a great fight with Manzo and Marc which was always super close and I was able to TQ on tie breaker with Marc.
In the finals, it was a bit tense with a lot of pressure and many touches. In A1 I got crashed out by Marc in the very first minute and later, after a body tuck from a side by side contact I finished 6th.
In A2 I had a very hard final defending the attacks from Marc who was always on my rear and couldn’t avoid many touches. It was pure lucky to not have again the body stuck or made some “donuts” losing like that the entire work that we have done for long to win this race. In A3 we changed the setup and my car was a little better which I was able to get a very small margin from Marc and manage it until the end.

Bruno Coelho, Xray/Hobbywing

My feeling is for sure very good as the hard work over the years finally payed off…! So winning the first main was for sure not expected but was an extra boost for the other two mains. In A2 I just wanted to save my podium and wanted do a clean run.
In A3 I was just for full send cause I had nothing to lose anymore but I just didn’t have the pace to follow Bruno and Marc but at least I am the happiest guy on earth with the 2nd place. To be the point leader until the last main was pretty nice but I knew its gona be hard to win but I gave everthing I had.

Michele Manzo, Awesomatix/Hobbywing

In A2 I had an intense fight with Bruno, I was a lot faster than him, tried many times to find a way by but he defend pretty good and i couldn’t find a way around him. In A3 I hoped for a similar race as in A2 where I’ve  been a lot quicker than Bruno but he found some pace and we had the same speed. I didn’t had the chance to attack him this time.
Overall I’m happy with my whole package this weekend and also my driving but i’m disappointed with the outcome on P3 as I was showing that I had the the fastest car this weekend! In the end, 2021 wasn’t my year, but I will come back stronger next year!

Marc Rheinard, Awesomatix /Orca

Overall results of the Matrix Modified class (Car/Electronics)
1. Bruno Coelho (PT) Xray/Hobbywing
2. Michele Manzo (CH) Awesomatix/Hobbywing
3. Marc Rheinard (DE) Awesomatix/Orca
4. Ronald Völker (DE) Mugen Seiki/LRP
5. Tim Wahl (DE) Awesomatix/Orca
6. Alexander Hagberg (SE) Xray/Hobbywing
7. David Ronnefalk (SE) Awesomatix
8. Christopher Krapp (DE) Yokomo/Racing Performer
9. Karri Salmela (FI) Awesomatix/Reedy
10. Marco Kaufmann (DE) Xray
11. Antoine Brunet (FR) Xray/Hobbywing
Winner B-Main: Jan Ratheisky (DE) Xray/Hobbywing
Winner C-Main: Robert Pietsch (DE) Mugen Seiki/LRP
Winner D-Main: Mads Koue (DK) no data on MyRCM

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Xray ProStock

Another big win for Lauter keeps the championship wide open

Simon Lauter (Awesomatix) had another strong run from his pole position in A2 of the Xray ProStock class. As he crossed the finish line, the crowd was cheering for Simon as he showed great pace all weekend long (even with missing Thursday practice) and deserved this win a lot. After Alexandre Duchet (Xray) won the first two races of ETS season 14, he was the top favourite for the title but Simon Lauter is more than back in the game for Awesomatix after he won RD3 in Apeldoorn and RD4 in Neumünster.
Alexandre Duchet then took the third A-Main here at Chuck`s Raceway to secure an important second place (concerning the championship) on the podium in front of Max Mächler (Awesomatix), Jan Ratheisky (Xray) and Frederik Mikkelsen (Awesomatix).

Overall results of the Xray ProStock class (Car/Battery)
1. Simon Lauter (DE) Awesomatix/LRP
2. Alexandre Duchet (FR) Xray/Orca
3. Max Mächler (DE) Awesomatix/Sunpadow
4. Jan Ratheisky (DE) Xray/Sunpadow
5. Frederik Mikkelsen (DK) Awesomatix/LRP
6. Berkan Kilic (TR) Mugen Seiki/GensAce
7. Tim Benson (DE) no data on MyRCM
8. Jonas Völker (DE) Mugen Seiki/LRP
9. Enrico Jung (DE) Yokomo/GensAce
10. Jesper Rasmussen (DK) Awesomatix/Reedy
11. Lukas Ellerbrock (DE) Xray/LRP
Winner B-Main: Louis Kretschmer (DE) Awesomatix
Winner C-Main: Dominik Schmid (DE) no data on MyRCM
Winner D-Main: Kevin Sparbier (DE) Mugen Seiki

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Hobbywing Frontwheel

Schulz close to overall ETS title with hard fought win in northern Germany

The Hobbywing Frontwheel drive class produced some great racing once again. Stefan Schulz took A2 in front of Marvin Fritschler, Steven Olsen, and Jonas Völker (same order as in A1) and secured himself the overall win. Schulz has the best chances to win the overall ETS titlenow, as this win was his third victory of the season (with Steven Olsen winning one race). Marvin Fritschler had a strong ETS debut and finished second overall in front of Jonas Völker who snatched the last podium spot away from Steven Olsen with a second place in the third A-Main.

Overall results of the Hobbywing Frontwheel class
1. Stefan Schulz (DE) Xray
2. Marvin Fritschler (DE) Awesomatix
3. Jonas Völker (DE) Awesomatix
4. Steven Olsen (DK) Awesomatix
5. Torsten Baggendorf (DE) Awesomatix
6. Manuel Stankowitz (DE) Awesomatix
7. Kevin Sparbier (DE) Mugen Seiki
8. Meik Niemann (DE) Awesomatix
9. Max Körner (DE) Awesomatix
10. Der Shoemaker Schuster (DE) ARC
11. Tim Dübel (DE) Yokomo
Winner B-Main: Henrik Heitsch (DE) ARC
Winner C-Main: Nicolai Nelsen (DK) Awesomatix
Winner D-Main: Patrick Sommer (DE) no data in MyRCM
Winner E-Main: Lars Harnack (DE) no data in MyRCM

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Orca 17.5 Stock

Bemmerl wins at Chuck`s Raceway and aims for overall ETS title

In the Orca 17.5 Stock class, Thomas Bemmerl had the better end on his side after we saw three different winners in the triple A-Mains. With Daniel Pöhlmann taking A1, it was Thomas Bemmerl who won the second leg with Jan Gehring taking A3. It all came down to the tie breaker where Bemmerl and Gehrig were even on points. But as Thomas Bemmerl`s winning time of A2 was the fastest, he booked his third win of the season (after winning both races at Arena33) and the overall championship is not far away from Bemmerl anymore.   

Overall Top 10 of the Orca 17.5 Stock class
1. Thomas Bemmerl (DE) Awesomatix
2. Jan Gehrig (DE) Xray
3. Daniel Pöhlmann (DE) Awesomatix
4. Dominik Reile (De) Awesomatix
5. Dominik Ruf (DE) Tamiya
6. Kevin Schmid (DE) no data in MyRCM
7. Max Körner (DE) Mugen Seiki
8. Elena Fuchs (DE) Awesomatix
9. Patrick Sommer (DE) no data in MyRCM
10. Georg Rolshoven (DE) no data in MyRCM
11. Kim Lindegaard (DK) Xray
Winner B-Main: Wolfgang Swoboda (DE) no data in MyRCM
Winner C-Main: Niclas Storm (DE) no data in MyRCM

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ToniSport 40+ Masters

The winning trophy goes to Gran Canaria as Mateo wins Masters class

Toni Mateo will carry a sweet trophy home to Gran Canaria. Mateo won the first two legs of the ToniSport 40+ Masters class ahead of Ulrich Dinger and Caspar Morgen. Toni Mateo then watched A3 relaxed from the sideline and saw Ulrich Dinger taking the win in front of Caspar Morgen and Mirco Thalheimer. With his win from A3, Ulrich Dinger finished second overall behind race winner Toni Mateo and in fromt of third placed driver Caspar Morgen. Mirco Thalheimer and Søren Boy Holst completed the top 5 in the ToniSport 40+ Masters class.

Overall result of the Infinity 40+ Masters class
1. Toni Mateo (ES) Awesomatix
2. Ulrich Dinger (DE) no data in MyRCM
3. Caspar Morgen (DK) Xray
4. Mirco Thalheimer (DE) Serpent
5. Søren Boy Holst (DK) Gizmo
6. Frank Fuchs (DE) Awesomatix
7. Ronald Arts (NL) Awesomatix
8. Karsten Bartsch (DE) no data in MyRCM
9. Andy Kühne (DE) Awesomatix
10. Torsten Baggendorf (DE) Awesomatix
11. Flavio Paladin (IT) Xray
Winner B-Main: Manuel Stankowitz (DE) Awesomatix
Winner C-Main: Klaus Ryeskov (DK) Xray
Winner D-Main: Thomas Welzig (DE) ARC
Winner E-Main: Arie van der Steen (NL) Awesomatix

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Scorpion Formula

Ratheisky wins after a dominant performance on foam tires

ETS RD4 in Neumünster was the first outing for the new foam tires and it was Jan Ratheisky who took maximum advantage out of them. He cruised to the win in A1 and A2 and brought home his third win of the season (with another second place in Apeldoorn). René Kölbel and Sören Sparbier joined class primus Jan Ratheisky on the podium and Tomáš Sova and Patrik Sadrinna completed the top5 of the Scorpion Formula class!

Overall Top 10 of the Scorpion Formula class
1. Jan Ratheisky (DE) XRay
2. René Kölbel (AT) Xray
3. Sören Sparbier (DE) Serpent
4. Tomáš Sova (CZ) Xray
5. Patrik Sadrinna (DE) no data on MyRCM
6. Alexander Bremer (DE) no data on MyRCM
7. Michael Lipperheide (DE) EF1
8. Markus Greune (DE) no data on MyRCM
9. Marek Sova (DE) Xray
10. Ralf Niemann (DE) Ehrbar Engineering
11. Kai Asmer (DE) Xray
Winner B-Main: Chris Grenz (DE) EF1

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