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Pole position, leading and then after five hours a brocken drift shaft resulted in a sudden end

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 Glorieux. Verdonck managed the first big surprise in qualifying when he positioned the orange and white Vantage on the drying track in 20th place in the overall classification among around 140 teams. In the race, the PROsport trio retained the lead in the duel against the Mercedes-AMG GT4 for a long time or was within striking distance. The class victory was within reach, especially since the Mercedes team received a penalty when the Vantage rolled down the long straight of Döttinger Höhe with a broken drive shaft almost exactly one hour before the end of the race, to the horror of Chris Esser’s team.

The second PROsport Vantage with the regular line-up Guido Dumarey and Alexander Walker as well as Michael Hess turned its laps reliably and quickly and narrowly missed a podium finish with fourth place.

New orders to build fascinating youngtimers

­ ­ ­ In addition to the races, Chris Esser is also looking forward to new interesting orders in the PROsport Classic division. After the highly acclaimed outings of the Volvo 240 Turbo from the European Touring Car Championship and the Opel Kadett as well as successful restorations of youngtimers,

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Wins in four series: The past season exceeded expectations

PROsport team boss Christoph Esser looks back with satisfaction on the past season. His expectations were clearly exceeded. Regardless of whether in the DTM Trophy, in the ADAC GT4 Germany, in the Creventic 24h GT Series or in the Nürburgring Endurance Series (NLS), PROsport Racing achieved victories and further podium

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