Thursday, May 19. 2011
Why so quiet in 2010?
After a spectacular performance in Monaco in 2010, the newly-formed Team Sanitec experienced a series of tribulations that carried through last year's racing season. Driver and Manager William Langhorne faced those difficulties as he does every race: focussed and ready to conquer.
“The 2010 season was definitely a character-forming year for me”, William Langhorne describes his last season in the Supercup. “However, exactly these are the times you can prove that you are willing to be committed, to get back to the road of success.” The 34-year-old American knows what he is talking about: He had high hopes for his sixth season in the Supercup, but simply too many things went wrong. “At least Monaco was my personal highlight. This race is incomparable. If it’s after me we could race every weekend in Monaco.”
To succeed in his tasks in the new Supercup season, William Langhorne has an intensive preparation. Primarily behind the steering wheel of a Porsche RSR at the 24 hours race in Dubai he was able to convince. “If William is able to convert this performance into the GT3 Cup car, he will close the gap to the top-drivers”, says his team manager Karsten Molitor.
(from our on-the-scene reporting partner Racecam)