Congrats to RSR for the overall win and to all finishing teams, that conquered the 12 hours on the Seb-Ring. Very proud of our 8 cars entered under the Rennsimulanten- and GTOmegaRacing-banner. All cars started, completed the whole distance and with 7 out of the 8 cars in the top half of GTE class it was highly successful aswell. Bit of a shame that only 36 cars started in total for all the hard work P1 gaming put in, but I guess for us it was good, because we could enter a second car with same driver lineup. 4 hours is not enough. For those 2 cars Quali was alright, P6 and P8 in class was about where we thought, we could end up. As was probably the case for most teams, we were suprised by the late change of pit stop regulations, meaning refueling and tyre-change were done seperately. We hadn't tested a double stint before and were discussing, how the tyres would hold up and actually a calculation error lead us to trying out doublestinting the softs. At first it looked like it was the wrong strategy, but as the stint went on the car actually got faster and the tyres remained stable, only losing about half a second on average to having new tyres. Maybe also only possible because of the setup, Dennis mainly came up with. The set was crap on one fast lap, but very consistent over a stint, I could do my fastest laps at the end of the stint actually. That got us the lead and the race went on totally unproblematic for #911. Others had little or bigger problems and in the end that meant it was a duel between #911 (yellow Manthey-ish one) and #991 (blue one). The yellow one was handed over from Dennis to Sven for the last stint and got new tyres which led to the car rejoining half a second behind the blue one which didnt need new tyres on its last stop. Wasn't planned or anything but led to an entertaining battle during the last hour against ourselves with a little bit of touring car style contact aswell. Quite funny actually and a shame that Markus' internet connection made problems at the end, but we had fun and enjoyed it a lot. Thanks for organizing anyway and to our teamchef Dobbie, the best teamchef of them all.