Wolf GB08F1 close to the victory in the FIA Hill Climb Masters of Eschdorf

Wolf GB08F1 close to the victory in the FIA Hill Climb Masters of Eschdorf2019-06-25T11:57:54+02:00
14/10/2014

Wolf GB08F1 close to the victory in the FIA Hill Climb Masters of Eschdorf

14/10/2014 – Only 26 hundredths of a second separated David Hauser from the title victory of Category 2 at the FIA Master Hill-Climb held in Eschdorf. He was anyway on the podium in P3 and claimed also the best result among under 25 drivers.

Wolf Racing Cars was quite interested in comparing the Wolf GB08F1 with the main competitors and the third place impressed a lot staff, both because it has been obtained by a lot less experienced driver than the series’ veterans, and also because the car is only a few months old and ahead of the Masters it only run eight races.

The victory was secured by Eric Berguerand, who led the great Simone Faggioli. Hauser had hoped to close the gap aiming to the victory in the third heat, but rain vanished his plans forcing organizers to cancel the run.

Giovanni Bellarosa (Wolf Racing Cars, General Manager):
“We are absolutely satisfied by the performance of the Wolf GB08F1. Hauser only had a very little mileage on the car and is starting to get close to the limits of our challenger: in every run he has been taking some time off the previous lap and I believe an improvement of 26 hundredths would have been well at his reach. The top speeds shown by Wolf GB08F1 in all sectors gave us a further important satisfaction: in only a few months we managed to build a car that has proven to be already on top in Eschdorf. Further novelties will not go missing in the future.”