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ADAC GT MASTERS VICTORY NUMBER TWO FOR PORSCHE DUO ENGLEHART AND AMMERMULLER

Christian Engelhart (33, GER) and Michael Ammermüller (34, GER, both SSR Performance) put in a strong performance to not only secure victory in Saturday’s ADAC GT Masters race at Hockenheim but also take over at the top of the standings. Last year’s champions Patric Niederhauser (28, CH) and Kelvin van der Linde (24, ZA, both … Continue reading

VAN DER LINDE AND NIEDERHAUSER SET BEST TIME IN OPENING ADAC GT MASTERS SESSION AT HOCKENHEIM

Reigning champion Patric Niederhauser (28, CH, Rutronik Racing) got his weekend off to the perfect start, setting the best lap time in the first free practice session of the ADAC GT Masters at Hockenheim. The Swiss ace was followed by fellow Audi driver Mirko Bortolotti (30, ITA, Team WRT) and Klaus Bachler (29, AUT, Küs … Continue reading

ADAC GT MASTERS AT HOCKENHEIM: PLENTY OF EXCITEMENT WITH 33 GT3 RACING CARS

With thrilling battles, good overtaking opportunities and very close gaps between cars, the ADAC GT Masters is set to line up for the third race meeting of the year this weekend (18th-20th September) at the Hockenheimring, a circuit that is well-known for producing plenty of exciting race action. 32 super sports cars will be hunting … Continue reading

ADAC GT MASTERS TO GET 2020 SEASON UNDERWAY AT LAUSITZRING

The ADAC GT Masters will start the season at the Lausitzring on the weekend of 30th July/1st August when the first of seven race meetings planned for 2020 gets underway on the race track in Brandenburg/Germany. The races at the Lausitzring and at all other events on this year’s calendar will meet the requirements of … Continue reading

ADAC GT MASTERS UNCHANGED WITH SEVEN RACE MEETINGS

The ongoing Corona crisis has meant that the ADAC GT Masters has had to restructure its race calendar for the 2020 season. The first of seven race weekends remaining on the 2020 schedule will take place from 31st July to 2nd August at Autodrom Most in the Czech Republic. Should racing not prove possible there … Continue reading

HOCKENHEIM FILLS THE LAST SLOT ON THE 2020 ADAC GT MASTERS CALENDAR

The final piece in the jigsaw for the 2020 ADAC GT Masters is now in place. The one remaining slot on the calendar (weekend of 18th – 20th September) has been taken by the Hockenheimring. As in 2019, the Hockenheim fixture will be the penultimate event of the campaign. Teams can begin registering online for … Continue reading

AFTER VICTORY AT HOCKENHEIM GRT GRASSER RACING LIMBER UP FOR ADAC GT MASTERS SHOWDOWN

Things are hotting up in the ADAC GT Masters 2019, and Orange1 by GRT Grasser are right at the heart of the action. At the Hockenheimring last weekend, their three Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVOs came away with another big points haul. Christian Engelhart and Mirko Bortolotti in the number 63 car continued their current successful … Continue reading

TOUGH WEEKEND AT HOCKENHEIMRING FOR BWT MUCKE MOTORSPORT

The stage was set at the Hockenheimring as 18,000 spectators watched on under bright blue skies. BWT Mücke Motorsport hoped to achieve a great deal in the ADAC GT Masters during the penultimate race meet of the season at the Formula 1 track in south-west Germany. The well-proven driver pairings of Nikolaj Rogivue and Stefan … Continue reading

THE NEW ADAC GT MASTERS CHAMPIONS: KELVIN VAN DER LINDE AND PATRIC NIEDERHAUSER

Patric Niederhauser (27, CH) and Kelvin van der Linde (23, ZA, both HCB-Rutronik Racing) have wrapped up the ADAC GT Masters drivers’ championship at Hockenheim with a second victory of the campaign, and with two races to spare. The Swiss-South African pairing have rounded off a strong season in which they made their mark early … Continue reading

ADAC GT MASTERS MASTERSTROKE BY PATRIC NIEDERHAUSER AND KELVIN VAN DER LINDE

In a masterful display on Sunday, the Audi R8 LMS pairing of Patric Niederhauser (27, CH) and Kelvin van der Linde (23, ZA, both HCB-Rutronik Racing) wrapped up the ADAC GT Masters drivers’ championship with a lights-to-flag victory at the Hockenheimring. The new champions won the twelfth of 14 races in the 2019 season ahead … Continue reading

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