In the lead up to the CORE VLN's and N24, we will be sitting down with the drivers of the first Pre-VLN podium and asking them a range of pressing questions from how they rate their performance in the Pre-VLN to how they see it affecting their build up to the daunting challenge that awaits them in a matter of months, the Nurburgring 24 Hours. In the final installment of these Q&A's, we are sitting down with Inferno Racing's @rcb929 to reflect on the race that was, and how he hopes to perform down the line. Interviewer: "You finished 1st in the Pre-VLN race, ahead of ItzRacing, who was also in the BMW Z4 GT3, by 2 minutes and 53 seconds, what does that result mean to you, and how will it affect how you approach future VLN's, if it all?" rcb929: "I think it was a good race for us. Obviously it always nice to win but in this sense not as important. What was important was how good we are compared to our competition, and even though the result was ideal, there is still a lot work and improvements we need to do. Our approach to the VLN's will be to take it race by race and see where we stack as a team and make the needed changes to keep improving on our results". Interviewer: "The Nurburgring is world renowned for being absolutely brutal. The combined challenge of dealing with unique corners, undulations and a narrow track with steel barriers lined around the circuit is definitely not one for the faint hearted, so with that in mind, is there a part of the track that you just back off the smallest of bits, as you feel it's incredibly easy to make a mistake there?" rcb929: "Yes and no. There are few spots on the track that I feel are more challenging than others, but that will never change my approach to every corner I do and every lap I complete. I am always trying to find my limit and backing off, although sometimes necessary, is not an option for me". Interviewer: "Now, a complete reverse of the previous question, despite the track being one that many fear, many relish the challenge of driving it, and each person has a specific part of the track they enjoy pushing the limit on, what is your favourite part of the track?" rcb929: "My favorite section the track would have to be the run down from Carousel to Dottinger. It's just such a fantastic section of corners and elevation changes. Definitely, a very enjoyable section of tarmac!" Interviewer: "With the VLN's just weeks away, what are your aspirations for them, and just a bit further down the track, what is your target for the N24?" rcb929: "I don't think results from VLN are that important. I think it's important the knowledge you are able to obtain during the races to use during the N24. And l think last year proved, your starting spot isn't very important, as you have 24 hours to make up time and positions. Our target for the N24 is to win. That's simply the mind of a racing driver. Now, a win may not be impossible, but for INF it's not going to even be close to being easy. It will take maximum effort from everyone and then some". Interviewer: "Thank you for your time, I and everyone in CORE appreciate you sitting down and taking the time to answer the questions. We all look forward to seeing how you and your team perform in the upcoming VLN's. Best of luck". rcb929: "Well thank you to CORE for all of their fantastic work and thank you for the interview. I wish everybody the best of luck during these next few months for the VLN's!"