NEWS

Verdonck/PROsport leaders after victory in Sicily

The long journey to the Coppa Florio in Sicily was worth it for PROsport Racing. Nico Verdonck and his Belgian compatriots Rodrigue Gillion and Tom Heeren celebrated a dominant victory in the GT4 class in the two-part 12-hour race. At the first international race at the Autodromo di Pergusa since 2012, the orange Aston Martin Vantage GT4 ran like clockwork once more.

With 68 points now, PROsport Racing is in first place overall in the 24h Series Europe, ahead of Speed Lover (56) and Herberth Motorsport (54). In addition, Nico Verdonck is the front runner in the overall driver standings with 68 points. As Rodrigue Gillion and Tom Heeren missed out on the season opener in Portimao due to insufficient driving time, the two are in third place in the GT4 table with 40 points.

PROsport now has the chance to win at the final on 13/14 November, which was moved from Zandvoort (NLD) to Mugello (ITA) to win the 24h Series Europe for the second time after 2018.

Team Principal Christoph Esser
“We’re looking forward to Mugello, a wonderful race track in the middle of Tuscany. And it would be awesome if we won the Creventic 24h Series Europe for the second time after 2018. The chance is there, but we also need the necessary ounce of luck. “

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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