Second season, new prospects: BWT Mücke Motorsport started their second season in the ADAC GT Masters last weekend in front of more than 25,000 spectators at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben. The three Audi R8 LMSs entered by the team are vying for success and glory in a scintillating field of 35 cars. The squad comprises the customary Mücke combination of youth and experience.
Lamborghini left the rest of the field standing in Sunday’s ADAC GT Masters race at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben, as Mirko Bortolotti (28, ITA) and Andrea Caldarelli (28, ITA, both ORANGE1 by GRT Grasser) won by a 1.8-second margin ahead of fellow Lambo drivers Rolf Ineichen (29, ITA) and Christian Engelhart (30, GER, both GRT Grasser Racing Team).
BMW works driver Timo Scheider (GER) and BMW Motorsport Junior Mikkel Jensen (DEN) started the 2018 season of the ADAC GT Masters with podium success. The BMW Team Schnitzer duo initially crossed the finish line in fourth place at the wheel of the #42 BMW M6 GT3 in the race on Saturday in Oschersleben (GER).
Two ADAC GT Masters newcomers caused a major upset in the season opener at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben. The Audi pairing of Max Hofer (18, AUT) and Philip Ellis (25, GB, both Phoenix Racing) driving an R8 LMS secured a lights-to-flag victory from pole position in the first competitive outing of the twelfth season of the Super Sports Car League. Finishing in the runner-up spot at the end of a thrilling race were the Lamborghini duo of Mirko Bortolotti (28, ITA) and Andrea Caldarelli (28, ITA, both ORANGE1 by GRT Grasser), just 0.245 seconds behind the winners.
The winter break is over as the ADAC GT Masters got its twelfth season underway with first practice in the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben. Lamborghini driver Mirko Bortolotti (28, I, ORANGE1 by GRT Grasser) set best time in the session. Bortolotti, who produced fast lap times at Oschersleben and was outstanding during official testing at the … Continue reading → ...
The tension is rising two days before the ADAC GT Masters enters its twelfth season at Oschersleben. Here are the key facts about the first race of the year at the weekend (April 13th – 15th).
Two-time DTM champion Timo Scheider (39, DEU) will be competing in the ADAC GT Masters for the first time this weekend at Oschersleben (13th – 15th April).
The long wait is coming to an end. Next week (26th – 27th March), the teams and drivers of the ADAC GT Masters will at last be seeing some track action during the official preseason tests at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben. Around 35 supercars sporting the badges of Audi, BMW, Corvette, Ferrari, Honda, Lamborghini, Mercedes-AMG and Porsche will be taking part in the dress rehearsal for the 2018 season at the circuit near Magdeburg. Fans are welcome to come and watch the two days of testing. Just over two weeks later on the weekend of 13th – 15th April, the ADAC GT Masters will be staging its season opener at the same venue.
The ADAC GT Masters contested its eleventh season in 2017. We review the stats, looking back on the history of the Super Sports Car League since its inaugural year in 2007.
The Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland will be staged within the framework of the ADAC GT Masters in 2018. Two rounds of Germany's fastest one-marque series will be contested on six of the seven Super Sports Car League weekends.
Autodrom Most will be hosting the ADAC GT Masters for the first time next year as the series makes its Czech debut. This historic circuit near the German-Czech border is the final piece in the jigsaw for the 2018 ADAC GT Masters calendar. Rounds 3 and 4 of the forthcoming campaign will be contested there .