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It was race weekend again and a last minute deal as its been lately for Dennis in his 2016 season. 
This weekend was a double with VAG Trophy on Saturday - qualifying and two races. VW Cup on Sunday - qualifying and two races.

Saturday morning was qulifying for VAG Trophy and Dennis put it on pole by 0.8 seconds.  He could also take the car from pole to p1 finish in race one. 
Race two how ever was a diffrent story. After pulling out the ball with no9 on for the reversed grid. So from p9 in the start, dropping down to p10 after lap one the chase forward started, with 15 minutes race it was just full speed forward. Dennis got up to p5 going on to the last lap. Passing Maximum Motorsport teammate Ivens after Bently straight and was about to settle for 4th. but going in to the last corner p1 and p2 came together, p3 run wide and Strandberg got a good exit and managed to take the victory by 0.1 seconds!

Sunday morning was qualifying once again this time for the VW Cup. After getting his best lap deleted due to track limits Dennis pitted for a tyre check. Getting out on track knowing there was just one more chance Dennis started his last rolling lap with 7 seconds to finish flag. Coming back around again after 2.07.1 seconds Dennis got pole for race one in VW Cup!
Race one strated well and Dennis got a bit of a gap. But the tires got overheated and he couldnt hold the same pace for the full 20 minutes and got passed for a p2 finish.
Race 2 later that day starting from p6 Dennis quickly got up to p5 and the top 5 could pull away from the rest. Top 5 changed places every lap. But being in the slipstream for a long time makes you cook your tyres and the front tires went. Getting 5 seconds penalty for track limits as well Dennis kept it in p5 over the finish and also managed to keep it with his 5 seconds penalty.

"It was a fun weekend with alot of racing once again. The Maximum Motorsport provided me with a very quick car for every race. Feels good to once again show my potentials in this competitive championships."