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Niklas Krütten

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TWO BMW WORKS DRIVERS, TWO YOUNGSTERS: STRONG LINE UP FOR SCHUBERT MOTORSPORT IN THE ADAC GT MASTERS

Schubert Motorsport is going on the offensive in season ten of the ADAC GT Masters. The team from Oschersleben will field two new BMW M4 GT3 and is counting on a mixture of experience and youthful zest in its driver line-up. BMW works drivers Jesse Krohn (31/FIN) and Nicky Catsburg (34/NL) share one cockpit, while … Continue reading

PORSCHE MOTORSPORT ASIA PACIFIC SELECTED DRIVER YIFEI YE TO TAKE ON EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES WITH COOL RACING

Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific Selected Driver Yifei Ye will aim to defend his European Le Mans Series (ELMS) LMP2 title in 2022, as he returns to the category with Swiss outfit COOL Racing. The Chinese driver, who took three wins and clinched the 2021 championship with a round to spare, will race alongside four-time 24 … Continue reading

PODIUMS IN BOTH ROAD TO LE MANS RACES FOR COOL RACING

COOL Racing scored podium finishes in both races at Road to Le Mans, the fourth round of the 2021 Michelin Le Mans Cup season. Matt Bell and Maurice Smith finished third in the first race on Thursday evening, before Niklas Krütten and Mathieu de Barbuat crossed the line in second on Saturday. The team entered … Continue reading

COOL RACING TAKES DOUBLE EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES PODIUM AT PAUL RICARD

COOL Racing took podiums in both the LMP2 Pro-Am and LMP3 categories at the 4 Hours of Le Castellet, completing an excellent weekend for the team that included podium finishes in every race it entered across the European Le Mans Series, Michelin Le Mans Cup and Ligier European Series. After Nicolas Lapierre put in a … Continue reading

NIKLAS KRÜTTEN AND MATT BELL JOIN NICOLAS MAULINI AT COOL RACING FOR EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES

Niklas Krütten and Matt Bell will join Nicolas Maulini at COOL Racing for the 2021 European Le Mans Series. The trio will race together in the team’s new Ligier JS P320 LMP3 entry, spanning six rounds on Europe’s most famous circuits. 18-year-old Krütten has taken his first steps into prototype racing after the German won … Continue reading

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