Hockenheim is all Hauger with 3 ADAC F4 wins

#62 Dennis Hauger (NOR – Van Amersfoort Racing Tatuus F.4 T014 Abarth)
Qualifying 1: 2nd – Race 1 Grid: 2nd – Race 1 Result: 1st
Qualifying 2: 1st – Race 2 Grid: 1st – Race 2 Result: 1st
Race 3 Grid reverse of R2 top 8 result: 8th – Race 3 Result: 1st
ADAC F4 Championship position: 2nd – 196 points – after 17 of 20 races

Thanks to an absolutely perfect triple victory domination at Hockenheim, Dennis Hauger is now just a single point off the ADAC F4 championship lead. The 16-year-old Norwegian Red Bull Junior made the most of qualifying 2nd and 1st for Races 1 and 2 and then just destroyed the opposition again from 8th on the reverse grid in Race 3.

Coming into the penultimate round of the German Championship the Van Amersfoort Racing driver was 5th in the title chase, 68 points off the lead but he gained 75 points with his magnificent weekend while the championship leader picked up just 8. The rest of the opposition were also in disarray while Hauger romped to Race 1 victory by 1.569 seconds, Race 2 by 3.298 and Race 3 by 6.078 despite starting P8 and dealing with two safety car restarts.

"Yes I was taking it a bit easy in the first two races to save some tyres for Race 3 but in the last one I just went for it and enjoyed myself," stated Hauger."

"The team did a fantastic job, the car was great all weekend and we seem to have taken a step forward. They had the car working really well with new tyres and old, it was just about perfect."

"I'm told that I am the first driver to have won all three races in a weekend."

"Now we are going to the last round at the Sachsenring just one point behind so we've just got to keep going the same way," said Hauger who also leads the Italian F4 series. "I've never been to the Sachsenring but the team have some experience there, so have the German teams of course."

"I've got to go there and learn it, drive the car hard and they will change things if they need to be changed," concluded Hauger who has now won 5 ADAC races this year and stood on the podium 8 times.