The Aston Martin Vantage GT4 is proving to be very reliable this season on the demanding Nordschleife. While the first three races of the Nürburgring Endurance Series, NLS for short and formerly VLN, went well, PROsport Racing had bad luck twice recently. At the fourth race, the race day was already over for Guido Dumarey/Alexander Walker (BEL/CHE) after a contact in qualifying through no fault of their own. Also at the fifth run, the NLS season highlight over six hours, the joy for Guido Dumarey, Nico Verdonck (BEL) and Michael Hess (GER) didn’t last long, after only three laps the race ended early again due to an involuntary contact.
At the season highlight of the Nürburgring Endurance Series, NLS for short and formerly VLN, PROsport Racing fielded two Aston Martin Vantage GT4s for the only six-hour race. GT ace Nico Verdonck started an attack on victory in the SP10 class together with his Belgian compatriots Maxime Dumarey and Jean