On the first stage of the Silvretta Classic Rally Montafon with 116 kilometers next to the Silvretta High Alpine Road six special stages were on the program.
In the Silvretta Classic, it depends on the exact compliance with the target times. A deviation from a hundredth of a second is a penalty point for the team. Are the penalties of two teams equal, wins the older vehicle.
WP 1 Kops
The first stage of the Silvretta Classic is compreh 5.3 km, which are run in 7.4 minutes. just come to the hundredth of a second Hans-Jörg Götzl and Mario Peserico (Porschee 356 1600 S Speedster, 1958) to the finish and win. Second Isolde Holderied and Thomas Schalberger be (Toyota Sera, 1991) with a hundredth of a deviation. In third place Schorsch Memminger and Christoph Wellmann come with two penalties (Volkswagen Brezelkäfer, 1951).
WP 2 Zeinisjoch
150 meters in 15 seconds: The second WP win Dr. Stefan and Sabine Krauss with a smooth zero and therefore no penalty (Mercedes-Benz 280 SE 3.5 Cabriolet, 1963). Second place Team BMW Group Classic is shared with Ralf Vierlein and Frank Janssen (BMW 328, 1937) and Team ZDK with Stefan Brandl and Rudolf Angerer (Chevrolet Corvette 427, 1968) with one penalty point. However, the older vehicle wins in this case, so second place for the BMW 328, third place for the Corvette.
WP 3 Gargellen
A long-WP with 8,700 meters in 770 seconds: The Team United Charity with Benjamin Gentsch and Andreas Bickel brings with zero penalties victory (Jaguar E-Type Series I, 1965). Thomas and Silvia Lundt come up with one hundredth deviation in 2nd place (Porsche 356 B Super 90, 1962). Also each one penalty point have Sonax team with Dirk Hattenhauer and Alex Mrozek (Volkswagen T1 van, 1964) and Klaus and Ute Schepper (Porsche 930 Turbo, 1979).
WP 4 Latschau
In the fourth special stage 3,800 meters were back down in 366 seconds. With only two penalty points Georg Memminger and Markus Gröbmiller win (VW Cabriolet 1200, 1951) the exam. The same score reached Klaus and Ute Schepper (Porsche 930 Turbo, 1979), the vehicle is but younger. In third place Ulrich and Maximilian Haupt drive with three hundredths deviation (Volkswagen 1302 LS Cabriolet).
WP 5 St. Anton - Bartholomäberg
The fifth special stage, it has a double-WP with the B section as a long-rating in itself: Follow At 50 meters in 7.5 seconds 5,800 meters in 9.10 minutes. With only seven penalties the team Toyota Germany do with Axel Nordieker and Tom Fux (Toyota 2000GT, 1967) and Team Rupp & Hubrach with Ralf and Christine Thiehofe (Mercedes-Benz 280 SL Pagoda, 1969), the older vehicle wins. Third is the team Avalon Premium Cars with Bernhard Linnenschmidt and Mark Knenworth (Aston Martin DB7, 1996) with eight points.
WP 6 Schruns
At the last WP of the day 30 meters to go in six seconds. With zero penalties that Dr. create Helmut Vogt and Silvan Ackermann (911, 1996) and win the WP. Rank two hits Ewald and Gabi Sprey with one hundredth deviation (Bentley Le Mans 4 1/2 Liter, 1929). Also only one penalty point have Team BMW Classic with Ralf Vierlein and Frank Janssen (BMW 328, 1937) and Team HIRI with Dirk Hollmann and Iris Amini (Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, 1959). but whose vehicles are younger, which is why Bentley is ahead.
WP secret 1
The first secret test "Latschau" to Tim Westermann and Alexander Voigt (Volkswagen Beetle Theo Decker, 1972) won with zero penalties for themselves. In second place Burkhard Müller come and Fabian Mohr (Mercedes-Benz SLS 300, 1957) and Team Ford Classic with Gunnar Herrmann and Tim Ramms (Ford Sierra Cosworth, 1986) with one hundredth of deviation. Team Müller / Mohr with the older vehicle wins here.
Daily standings 1st day
After the first day, Team BMW Classic with Ralf Vierlein and Frank Janssen is in the BMW 328 (start number 69, built in 1937) with 108 penalty points forward. Second are Patrick and Jasper Beekens in MG B GT (starting number 104, built in 1969) with 152 points, followed by Harald and Ricardo Göstl the Bentley Speed 8 Le Mans (car number 19, built in 1946) with 163 points.