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LAND-MOTORSPORT TO FIELD TWO AUDI R8 LMS AGAIN IN THE ADAC GT MASTERS

In 2021, fans of the ADAC GT Masters can once again look forward to watching Montaplast by Land-Motorsport and its Audi R8 LMS. The team from Niederdreisbach is sticking with a tried and tested formula and will again line up with two cars in the German GT Championship. Season 15 of the ADAC GT Masters kicks off from 14th to 16th May at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben.

“We are in the midst of a crazy time for motorsport. In 2020, we experienced an ADAC GT Masters at record speed, which threw up some major challenges for all involved. With this in mind, continuity is all the more important,” says Christian Land.

The racing team is currently in discussions with several drivers regarding the coming season. “Anyone who wants to consistently be among the front-runners in the ADAC GT Masters must prevail against many strong opponents who are evenly matched,” explains Land. “Finding the right driver pairings is an important part of any successful concept. We are working on a very promising line-up for the new season.”

Success story
Montaplast by Land-Motorsport made a sensational ADAC GT Masters debut in 2016. Wolfgang and Christian Land’s team not only won the Driver title at the first attempt with Christopher Mies and Connor De Phillippi, but also triumphed in the Team competition. In 2018, Land drivers Kelvin van der Linde and Sheldon van der Linde missed out on the Driver title by just one point. Land has also won the Pirelli Junior competition on three occasions, with De Phillippi (2016), Sheldon van der Linde (2018) and Max Hofer (2019). In total, the Westerwald-based outfit currently has seven race wins, 33 podiums and six pole positions to its name.

Source. ADAC GT Masters

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