eClassic

St Moritz goes eClassic

Last weekend St Moritz was setting the scene for a world premiere

TCCT – The Classic Car Trust – as a partner of the BERNINA Gran Turismo invited drivers and friends of this unique hill climb race to participate in the first “ST Moritz eClassic 2020” at the Grand Hotel Kempinski.

A virtual race with new special high-end classic car simulator technology and tailored by the design-superstars Pininfarina and Zagato, was a first eDriving experience for many and for us an opportunity to receive valuable expert comments.  It was a truly fascinating and highly appreciated demonstration of a new dimension of passion for classic car enthusiasts.

About the St Moritz eClassic 2020.
eDrivers had a 20 minutes open track with an Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale on the historic 1966 Monza track and their best lap was recorded on the leaderboard.  See here the top 20 ranking of a total of 40 participants (Driver – Lap time – Gap):

  1. Marc Glänzer – 2:48:777
  2. Andrea Klainguti – 2:48:789 – 0.012
  3. Dirk De Jager – 2:49:907 – 1.130
  4. Giustino De Sanctis – 2:50.937 – 2.160
  5. Tommaso Zeriali – 2:51:112 – 2.335
  6. Kurt Leimer Jr – 2:51.190 – 2.413
  7. Johannes Jäger – 2:52.222 – 3.445
  8. Nicola Von Doenhoff – 2:53.279 – 4.502
  9. Jonathan Procter – 2:53.312 – 4.535
  10. Roland Wettstein – 2:53.947 – 5.170
  11. Fritz Burkard – 2:54.812 – 6.035
  12. Andreas Bovensiepen – 2:55.187 – 6.410
  13. Andrea Zagato – 2:57.293 – 8.516
  14. Sebastian Schömann – 2:58.306 – 9.529
  15. Dino Boller – 2:58.814 – 10.037
  16. Florian Seidl – 3:01.979 – 13.202
  17. Vic Jacob – 3:08.417 – 19.640
  18. Kurt Engelhorn – 3:20.155 – 31.378
  19. Alfred Smidt – 3:28.735 – 39.958
  20. Otto Schömann – 3:36.373 – 47.596

The TCCT eClassic program with the exclusive simulator editions from Pininfarina and Zagato will officially be launched together with the TCCT eClassic Racing Club in early 2021.