The pilot Dianense, Marta García, won the fourth round of the W Series, which took place at the German urban circuit of Norisring. Thanks to this triumph, the Dianense is in position to fight for the title with Beitske Visser and Jamie Chadwick, second and leader of the general respectively.
In the qualifying session, Marta García achieved the pole position by showing that in this race she was going for all. Things went very well and he treasured good feelings with his car, this allowed him to mark the best record and get to be in the front position at the time of the start.
Jamie Chadwick was the only one who achieved a time close to his, with Fabienne Wohlwend in third position. The great surprise of the classification was Alice Powell, who with problems in her car left her far behind. In addition, he had a touch during the free practice that left him with a sprain on the wrist so he approached the test in physical inferiority.
Great output of Marta García
The great start of the Dianense left without options to their rivals, knowing how to defend their first place and getting advantage to their immediate pursuers. Its exit in head it avoided to be surrounded in a small mess that was in the first curve of the circuit. From that mess, Visser came out benefited and went from fifth to second place.
Marta García continued to set the pace of the race, also with the luck that the safety car did not have to leave, so there was no regrouping. Behind, Powell was the other protagonist, but her horrible weekend ended worse: some technical problems forced her to retire with less than three minutes before the end of the race. Hawkins was also out of the race, allowing all the drivers behind him to climb one more position.
After giving 36 laps, Marta García was the first to cross the finish line, with an advantage of more than three and a half seconds over Beitske Visser, who had to defend herself against Jamie Chadwick until the very last lap, with the British girl already four seconds behind. of the winner.
The general classification after this fourth test is headed by Jamie Chadwick with 83 points, only 10 more than Beitske Visser who has 73. Marta García reinforces her third position with 60 points for 41 of Fabienne Wohlwend, who occupies fourth place.
The next round will take place on July 20 in Assen on a weekend that will see a non-scoring race with an inverted grid on 21 day. The championship will end the August 11 at Brands Hatch.