After suffering from a crash on Friday, Támas Tenke’s Oschersleben weekend became one to forget. It left his team Zengő Motorsport with heavy repairing work.
The Hungarian team inserted a night shift to be able to get the CUPRA back out on track.
A crash on Friday left Támas Tenke’s car with heavy damages. Having worked through the night, his team managed to get him back on track in time for qualifying.
Nevertheless, after the big shunt Tenke’s option have been limited. The CUPRA driver admitted “the qualifying was more a test session for us, checking every part of the car to see if it was working. And it was all good again.”
Despite the set-back as well as starting from 26th, the 23-year-old was ready to fight. Unfortunately he did not finish. “We tested a new set-up in the race. I felt confident. Unfortunately we suffered from problems again and I was unable to finish the race”, said Tenke.
With Friday and Saturday being days to forget, the Hungarian is now putting his hopes to the second race on Sunday. “We should have a better start tomorrow and you never know, we might even be able to fight for points.”