At the home Nürburgring, the team around team boss Chris Esser made a name for itself as a competent driving school for the Nürburgring-Nordschleife. In order to get the permit for driving a big car on the Nürburgring-Nordschleife, it requires not only the observance of regulations, but also a team like Prosport Racing which masters them like no other. The Porsche Cayman in the V5 class, with which Prosport has already brought over 50 drivers to the Nordschleife permit, including Le Mans winners and DTM drivers, as well as all the professionals from the GT3 scene, proved to be an optimal driving school car. Jamie Green, Andre Lotterer and Matt Campbell are just a few of the names.
In addition to a successful history on the Nordschleife, Prosport has also made a name for itself in GT racing around the world.
With races around the world, successes such as a win in the GT4 class at the famous 12H race at Bathurst, a championship victory in the GT4 European Series 2016, and the championship title in the 24H Endurance Series were achieved with a GT3 car.
But Prosport has not only established itself in Endurance races, but also in the tough sprint touring car sport.
PROsport has already won the rookie title in the TCR Germany twice and has supported Sheldon van der Linde and Max Hesse on their way to becoming factory drivers.