Team DGTL Botex – Getting ready for the big one!

On October 24, 2013, in News, by Peter Munkholm
GTR24h-truck

Front features cabine style living quaters, and stacked storage of the two race cars in the rear.

The last of the test races are in the books. All that is left to do is packing up the trailer, and head out for Kolding.
If we haven’t spent time testing PC’s or software, we have won as near as all test race we have participated in. Some of them even from the back of the grid. The events would have it, that testing a new hardware setting on the race PC, had the GTE car completely strangeled in the last race. A setting that was supposed to make the race computer much more stable, instead ended up almost causing an exit with electrical problems. But with modern ASUS Motherboards we resolved the issues by downclocking and opening up Intel Speed Stepping again. And luckily this made all our problems disapear like dew in the hot sun.

A bit of playing around with the affinity settings and further tuning the graphics, made the game run even smoother. And the beauty of these stunning 500bhp+ sportscar beasts in the breaking morning sun, is just  about tear breaking.

Presenting our cars for this years event

hpd

DGTL Racing Honda HPD

The Team DGTL Racing Honda HPD ARX-03a will be driven by

  • Lasse Jakobi Ougaard
  • Casper Hougaard Jensen
  • Chris Dons Johansen

Coming hot from a second place finish in last years GT24h, Chris and Casper have shown their pace is more than enough to win this event.

But this year besides practicing hard for the event, Chris and Casper have been hampered by their engagement in developing the engine wear resume software for this years race.

Lasse Jakobi Ougaard has also been engaged in his education, and competing in the danish national Formula Ford Championship.

But even with little time to practice, they have still manages to win test races and they do expect nothing but to continue this habit of winning. The goal for the car is clear: WIN!

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DGTL Botex Corvette C6-ZR1

The DGTL Botex Corvette C6-ZR1 will this year be driven by:

  • Lars Gramberg
  • Alex Riis
  • Peter Munkholm

For many years Lars have been honing his skill at racing by competing in the DGTL secondary cars. But this year it is time for the big one, and Lars has stepped up to the challenge. Setting pole times and winning test races, Lars is stepping up like a pro.

Alex Riis is the GTR24h version of Tom Kristensen. With 5 GTR24h wins, there is really no further presentation necessary. An endurance king.

Peter Munkholm tried for the LMP class last year, but failed on hardware issues. Now stepping back to his weapon of choice, the Corvette C6, this Corvette veteran is every bit as reliable as he is fast. Never having crashed out a car from a GTR24h race in 6 years and having 2 GTR2 pole  positions and 4 GTR24h wins under his belt, this is about as reliable as endurance racers come.

The guys know the GTE Class is strongly contested by several international ace drivers, but the goal is still set for winning, by deploying their usual laid back an smooth style. Avoid all problems, and we believe these veterans can win.

 
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