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T3-HRT-Motorsport are set to continue in the 2021 ADAC GT Masters, so another outfit has already now at this early stage made the commitment to contest the series, in which the title ‘International German GT Champion’ will be bestowed next year. The German team are even planning to boost their line-up for next season while remaining focused on promoting young talent.

“We have been preparing for next season for a few weeks now,” said Team Principal Jens Feucht. “We can already say now that we intend to continue in the ADAC GT Masters and will even increase our involvement, as we aim to field three cars.”
Committing to race in the ADAC GT Masters was a logical decision for Feucht: “We feel very much at home in the series and received a very warm welcome last year. We will continue to focus on promoting young talent. In the ADAC GT Masters, we can see how good our young drivers already are or whether they have the potential to compete at the highest level. We really enjoy this work and intend to develop it even more in future.”
This year was T3-HRT-Motorsport’s second season in the ADAC GT Masters. While the team raced an Audi R8 LMS in 2019, their line-up gained the addition of a Bentley Continental GT3 for the 2020 season, which they fielded alongside the Audi R8 LMS in the Super Sports Car League. The team also contested the ADAC GT4 Germany and Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland partner series for the first time. “We will again have at least one vehicle in the ADAC GT4 Germany in 2021, perhaps even two,” said Feucht.
The German team have committed to taking part in next year’s ADAC GT well in advance and are now the third outfit to do so following Zakspeed BKK Mobil Oil Racing’s announcement of their intention to field two Mercedes-AMG GT3s and GRT Grasser Racing’s decision to deploy four Lamborghinis in 2021.

Source. ADAC GT Masters


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