The final round of a compact season of the Porsche Sprint Challenge Central Europe (PSCCE) will take place on September 11th/12th at the Autodrom Most near Prague.
- Championship decision near Prague
- Sascha Halek comes as leader to finale
- All categories still undecided
The third and final race weekend of the Porsche Sprint Challenge Central Europe 2020 will focus on awarding titles in all classes. In the overall standings as well as in the PRO, ProAM and AM categories, the much-coveted championship trophy is at stake. The Autodrom Most, about 100 kilometres northwest of the Czech capital Prague, is the perfect track for the final showdown. The 4.2-km-long circuit is technically demanding, as narrow chicanes alternate with fast curve combinations – perfect terrain for the mid-engined Porsche 718 Cayman GT4, which is used in the one-make Clubsport championship organised by Lechner Racing.
Overall, ProAM and AM
In the 2020 season, 26 drivers from ten nations have joined the races so far. The best among them after two out of three events is Sascha Halek (AUT, PZWNRacing). With a victory and a second place he has the best chances to follow in the footsteps of last year's champion Lukas Wanner. Only two points behind Halek, however, is "Super Racer" casting winner Edwin Waldhier (GER, Junior Team Germany), whose third place in Slovakia and first victory in Austria may have paved the way for winning the title. The ProAM championship is also close: Freddy Fast (AUT, Freddy Fast Racing) leads the category after two class wins. With only four points behind, Franz Dziwok (POL, MSR) still has a real chance of winning the title. It is even tighter in the AM category, where Klaus Boenighausen (GER, Deltabloc GT Racing) and Nagy Zsombor (HUN, MSR) are ex aequo in the lead.
The rookies Greif/Waldhier from Germany have been the surprise of the season so far. After a strategic first-class performance in the 100 Miles of Slovakia and a dramatic wet race in the 100 Miles of Austria they are currently leading the endurance classification. But nothing has been decided here either, as the Polish-Slovakian duo Dziwok/Micko, solo starter Freddy Fast and the two youngsters Marius Morosan (ROU) and Jan Antoszewski (POL) also have a mathematical chance of winning the title. This guarantees exciting clubsport action and a thrilling finale in Most.
Robert Lechner (Sporting Director PSCCE):
"At the final event, anything is still possible from a sporting point of view. For us as organisers it is important that all decisions are fair and without accidents. Then the entire racing family can hopefully drink a toast together on Saturday evening to the successful conclusion of the second PSCCE season."
Walter Lechner Jr. (Technical Director PSCCE):
"The highly varied as well as technically demanding racetrack in Most is a perfect match for the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport. After the Salzburgring all cars were prepared for the finale in the Lechner Racing HQ in a technically optimal way, so that all our drivers have the same chances for good results."