Jan Kisiel crowns himself King of Oschersleben in Audi Sport TT Cup







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: September 13, 2015
Categories: Audi, Audi Motorsport

  • Pole Jan Kisiel wins both races in Audi one-make cup
  • Guest entrant Uwe Alzen in contention with ‘young guns’
  • Nicolaj Møller Madsen loses overall lead to Kisiel

Jan Kisiel (PL) is the man of the hour in the Audi Sport TT Cup. At the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben, the 21-year-old celebrated his second and third victories this season. Following a perfect weekend, he took the overall lead in the Audi one-make cup from Nicolaj Møller Madsen (DK) as well. In the guest entrants’ classification, touring and sports car expert Uwe Alzen prevailed twice.

Kisiel was beaming near Magdeburg as if he was in competition with the sun. Following first place in free practice and a perfect qualifying session in which he secured the top spot on the grid for both races, the young driver from Warsaw prevailed in rounds seven and eight of the Audi Sport TT Cup season as well. After a hard-fought triumph in race one, Kisiel clinched an uncontested lights-to-flag victory ahead of Joonas Lappalainen (FIN) and Dennis Marschall (D). In performing these feats, the winner emphasized that Germany’s northernmost circuit is one of his favorite tracks. Six times in his career he has been on the grid at Oschersleben so far, scoring six podium finishes – on the top step in four of the races.

Project Leader Rolf Michl provided a positive assessment following the fourth of six race weekends in the Audi Sport TT Cup: “The spectators got to see two very thrilling and diverse races with stunning overtaking maneuvers. High compliments to the young drivers that fought spectacular duels but always remained fair on track although the battle for the championship is entering its crucial stage.”