Prumper brothers triumph at Corally Thunderdays 2008

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Last weekend the Corally Thunderdays 2008 took place at Geilenkirchen in Germany where in the Modfied class brothers Yannic and Bjorn Prumper took their Serpent S400s to a superb 1,2 result overall.

On Saturday Björn, who was running his S400 in Diff-Diff configuration, not only set the fastest time of the weekend but also set a new track-record.

Yannic, who was running a solid axle in the front in his car, could not at first match Bjorns times but the reason for this was later discovered as broken front end of his chassis plate cause during a heavy crash early on in the event. After replacing the damaged chassis Yannic’s lap times improved dramatically allowing him to join his brother in the final. Overtaking Corally driver Lars Treder for 2nd position Yannic could follow his brother home for a superb Serpent S400 1,2 result.

A great result from the Prumper brothers who by taking the TQ, setting a new track and finishing first & second overall dominated this great event and who have marked themselves as two young German talents to watch for in the future on the international EP Touring Car scene.

Source : Serpent

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