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All good things come in threes! Fielding no less than three Lamborghinis, T3 Motorsport intend to cause a sensation in the 2021 ADAC GT Masters. As they embark on their third year in the series, the German outfit are planning to deploy three Huracán GT3 Evos in the ADAC GT Masters which will have the status of ‘International German GT Championship’ for the first time next season.

“We’re really looking forward to working with Lamborghini,” said Team Principal Jens Feucht. “The Huracán GT3 Evo is a spectacular car which has achieved a great deal of success in many areas and not just in the ADAC GT Masters. After running two cars for the first time this year, we intend to have three cars in our line-up for the first time next season. We hope to be able to extract even more data as a result, which should help us progress on an upward trend. We will also continue to focus on nurturing young talent in 2021.”
The names of their first two drivers in the Lamborghini have already been announced, Maximilian Paul (20, GER) and Hugo Sasse (16, GER). This will be Paul’s third season with T3 Motorsport in the ADAC GT Masters while ADAC Sports Foundation protégé Sasse has now moved up from the ADAC GT4 Germany and will become one of the youngest drivers ever to compete in the Super Sports Car League on his debut. “I’m delighted that T3 Motorsport have given me this chance to contest such a major race series,” said 16-year-old Sasse. “Learning as much as possible to begin with will be my main objective, so I can’t really define my goals at this stage. Much too tricky! The GT3 cars are considerably faster and have more sophisticated aerodynamics. Thanks to the ADAC GT4 Germany, though, I already know the tracks and am familiar with procedures for race weekends.” T3 Motorsport have scheduled their first round of testing with the Lamborghini for next February at Portimão.
Apart from contesting the ADAC GT Masters, T3 Motorsport will continue to compete in the ADAC GT4 Germany and field two Audi R8 LMS GT4s in 2021. “We had a strong debut year in the ADAC GT4 Germany this season with one pole position and several podiums,” said Feucht. “We want to build on that in 2021, so we’re increasing our involvement with Audi and will field a second R8 LMS GT4.”
The team from Dresden in the east of Germany will announce the names of their remaining crew of drivers at a later date.

Source. ADAC GT Masters


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