The final weekend of the ADAC GT4 Germany is scheduled for Hockenheim. PROsport Racing enters the weekend as the leader of the standings in the overall and team standings.
Hockenheim will host the season finale of the ADAC GT4 Germany. And it could be a very special race weekend for PROsport Racing: The racing team from Wiesemscheid goes into the race weekend at the former GP circuit in the north of Baden-Württemberg as the leader of the standings in both the overall and team standings.
With 50 points still to be awarded, Hugo Sasse and Mike David Ortmann have a 43-point lead over their closest rivals. Sasse and Ortmann could also make history together with the Aston Martin racing team: Never before have drivers defended their title win in the ADAC GT4 Germany. In the team standings, the racing team has a ten-point lead over a Porsche team.
“Even though our lead in the drivers’ standings looks secure, we don’t want to go into the race weekend overconfident,” says team boss Chris Esser. “We’ve already experienced a lot in motorsport in our long career and will only celebrate the title when it can no longer be mathematically taken from us. Until then, we will continue to work hard and with determination.”
In Hockenheim, a new driver will also start for PROsport Racing in the ADAC GT4 Germany: Marek Böckmann will pilot the car with start number #19 together with Raphael Rennhofer. Böckmann has already shown strong performances for the team with the Aston Martin Vantage GT3 in the Nürburgring Endurance Series. “I am excited to see what Marek will show in the ADAC GT4 Germany. He already showed strong performances in a Mercedes last year and his speed with our GT3 on the Nordschleife was also very strong!” underlines Esser.
The other two cars will be driven as usual by Célia Martin and Fabienne Wohlwend as well as Yevgen Sokolovskiy and Damon Surzyshyn.
The two races on the traditional circuit near Mannheim will start at 17:25 on Saturday and at 16:40 on Sunday. Both races will be broadcast live on Sport1 on free TV. In addition, ADAC will provide an official livestream on YouTube and the series website.