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MARCIELLO AND BOGUSLAVSKIY TAKE GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE VICTORY AT ZANDVOORT

Akkodis ASP earned a third Fanatec Sprint victory of 2022 thanks to another perfect team performance from the #89 Mercedes-AMG of Raffaele Marciello and Timur Boguslavskiy in today’s race at Zandvoort.  Marciello started from pole after topping this morning’s qualifying session by more than half a second, the Swiss driver delivering a brilliant performance on … Continue reading

WEERTS AND VANTHOOR SEIZE GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE CHAMPIONSHIP ADVANTAGE WITH ZANDVOORT VICTORY

Dries Vanthoor and Charles Weerts are back on top of the Fanatec Sprint standings after the #32 Team WRT Audi crew earned a comfortable victory in the weekend’s opening race at Zandvoort.    Marking the mid-way point in the short-format championship, the 60-minute contest saw the points advantage swing yet again. Qualifying had suggested that this … Continue reading

MAXIMILIAN GOTZ IS BACK IN THE ADAC GT MASTERS

Maximilian Götz (36/Uffenheim) is returning to the German GT Championship and will line up for the Madpanda Motorsport team at round three of the ADAC GT Masters in Zandvoort (24th to 26th June). The runner-up in the recent 24-hour race at the Nürburgring replaces Jannes Fittje (22/Langenhain) and shares the cockpit of the Mercedes-AMG GT3 … Continue reading

GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE TITLE BATTLE INTENSIFIES WITH MID-SEASON TRIP TO ZANDVOORT

The Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS season shifts into its busiest period this weekend (17-19 June) with the third stop on the Sprint Cup calendar taking the short-format championship to Zandvoort.  First opened in 1949, the circuit retains much of its old-school charm, while a recent facelift has added extra excitement with … Continue reading

ADAC GT MASTERS ANNOUNCES 2022 CALENDAR

The ADAC GT Masters will line up at a strong mix of seven attractive circuits in Germany, Austria and the Netherlands in 2022, and will also feature a new highlight. Next year’s calendar is based on stability: the 16th season of the series will, as has become tradition, kick off at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben from … Continue reading

PODIUMS AND VITAL POINTS FOR GRT GRASSER RACING IN THE 2021 ADAC GT MASTERS

The rollercoaster circuit set amid the sand dunes of the Dutch North Sea coast once again lived up to expectations for the GRT Grasser Racing Team. Last weekend, the historic track in Zandvoort hosted rounds five and six of the 2021 ADAC GT Masters. In the course of two nerve-wracking races, the crews and drivers … Continue reading

TOP ADAC GT MASTERS RESULTS FOR MERCEDES-AMG MOTORSPORT AT ZANDVOORT

For the first time, the ADAC GT Masters raced at the new track configuration of Circuit Zandvoort that was reconstructed last year. Following the weekend’s two races, a pair of second places and multiple top ten results were in the books for the Mercedes-AMG GT3. Maro Engel and Luca Stolz (both GER) of Mercedes-AMG Team … Continue reading

WEERTS/VANTHOOR MAKE IT A BRACE OF WINS FOR AUDI IN THE GERMAN GT CHAMPIONSHIP IN ZANDVOORT

Audi was the dominant manufacturer at the third race weekend of the season in the German GT Championship: after yesterday’s success, Charles Weerts (20/B) and Dries Vanthoor (22/B, both Team WRT) claimed a second victory for the brand with the four rings in Sunday’s race. Second place for Mercedes-AMG drivers Maximilian Buhk (28/Hamburg) and Raffaele … Continue reading

FELLER/MIES CLAIM FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON FOR AUDI IN THE GERMAN GT CHAMPIONSHIP IN ZANDVOORT

Pole position, the fastest lap of the race, and victory: Ricardo Feller (21/CH) and Christopher Mies (31/Düsseldorf, both Montaplast by Land-Motorsport) claimed a commanding victory in Saturday’s race in the German GT Championship in Zandvoort. This was the first victory of the season for the Audi R8 LMS. Second place at the spectacular circuit in … Continue reading

ADAC GT MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIP LEADER JAMINET IS THE FASTEST ON ZANDVOORT’S BANKED CORNERS

The first free practice session in the German GT Championship at CM.com Circuit Zandvoort in the Netherlands produced plenty of variety: the top of the timing sheets featured no fewer than four different manufacturers after the opening session at the remodelled Formula 1 circuit, with its two new banked corners. In the end, it was … Continue reading

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