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Mailleux and Ragues ready for Nurburgring 1000km
Signature team drivers Franck Mailleux and Pierre Ragues are preparing themselves for one of the world’s classic sports car races – the Nürburgring 1000km, Round 5 of the 2009 Le Mans Series, this weekend (August 21-23).
For the entire team, it will be an historic occasion. Signature is enjoying considerable success in this, its debut season of endurance racing, standing sixth overall in front of vastly experienced competition thanks to the talents of Ragues and Mailleux. Having come so close on two occasions, the team and its drivers are all focused on reaching the podium to underline their rapidly growing pace and experience.
The Nürburgring classic has been held in the Eifel mountains since 1953 and has seen victory taken by such legends as Alberto Ascari, Stirling Moss and Jacky Ickx. Revived for today’s high-tech Le Mans Series, the Signature-entered Courage will take on the might of the diesel-powered Peugeots and the Aston Martin Racing team among a host of top-flight sports car entrants.
Famously the ‘green hell’ of the Nürburgring is prone to unpredictable weather – particularly through the course of its 1000km marathon. Although no longer held on the 22km Nordschleife circuit, the current 5.148km Grand Prix layout, the huge range of track conditions and temperatures that can be expected will put a premium on driver skill.
Franck Mailleux is no stranger to the Nürburgring, having mastered the 24 hour race on the fabled Nordschleife. “The ‘Ring is a legendary track, well known for its passionate fans, its rich history and a very challenging modern venue,” he said.
“For me, the job is to be consistent no matter what the famous weather conditions throw at us, and to build on the pace we have shown so far this year. This is an absolute classic race, and one that we look forward to as much as the fans. I am looking forward to driving the same race a last time, I am really confident it will be possible.”
Pierre Ragues commented: “It’s great to be getting back into action again in the Le Mans Series, and really important for us to maintain our momentum. We did run yesterday to shakedown the car and it was good to be back behind the wheels.
“We started with a fourth place at Barcelona and were running fourth last time before our problem so it would be really good to get on the podium on the podium by the end of the season. It’s definitely achievable and what a race at which to move up to the next level. As a sports car driver, the Nürburgring 1000km is a race you know as well as Le Mans, it’s an inspiration and I am sure we will rise to it.”
Friday 21 August
12:55-13:55 Free Practice 1
16:55-17:55 Free Practice 2
Saturday 22 August
08:45-09:45 Free Practice 3
Sunday 23 August
12:30 Race (1000km)