Jens-Guido Weimann has taken his fourth pole position in as many races for the Thate Motorsport team at Oschersleben, whilst 20-year-old Belarussian Yury Krauchuk took his first class pole in the Super 1600 category.
35-year-old Weimann continues his 100% record this season, with four pole positions from four races, and has also won the first six races of the season in the Super 2000 class in his ex-World Touring Car Championship specification BMW 320si.
Weimann was 1.4 seconds faster than Paul Green in the Liqui-Moly Team Engstler BMW, with Swiss-driver Milenko Vukovic third with Michael Meyer completing the four car, all BMW S2000 class in his private entry.
Although it was business as usual in S2000, in S1600 the young Yury Krauchuk took a surprise pole position in the Ravenol Team SAN Ford Fiesta 1.6 16v.
Krauchuk’s pole was just 0.044 seconds faster than Lennart Marioneck in the Liqui-Moly Team Engstler Ford Fiesta, with reigning class champion Nils Mierschke in third place in his own Ford Fiesta ST, just under half a second behind.
Guido Thierfelder, who has won every S1600 race this year so far in his ETH Tuning-run Peugeot 207 Sport qualified fourth in class, eighth overall.
Changes to the grid this weekend sees Alf Ahrens return in the LAFIA Motorsport Citroën C2 VTS, adding a fourth make of car to the S1600 class. The two Maurer Motorsport Chevrolet Aveos this weekend are driven by Argentinean Wilson Borgnino and the 47-year-old German Bodo Cordes. Borgnino qualified seventh in class and Cordes ninth, with Ahrens bringing up the rear of the 14 car field.
27-year-old Patrick Rahn also joins the grid in his RSK Motorsport Ford Fiesta, and qualified sixth in class on his ADAC Procar Series debut, tenth overall.
The two races take place from 12:20 CET tomorrow, Sunday 8th July.