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With Peter Terting and Porsche in the DTM Trophy

Former DTM driver Peter Terting will compete with PROsport Racing in the newly created DTM Trophy. The Kempten-born driver will drive a Porsche Cayman PRO4, which was developed by PROsport under his own direction. Terting knows the car inside and out, as he became European Champion with it in 2016.

   Team manager Christoph Esser   
“The DTM Trophy offers a new platform for production-based GT sports cars. Sprint races with one driver are a delightful challenge. We want to do well in a strong field. For this purpose we have a mature car and with Peter Terting a top driver. We are looking forward to presenting ourselves at the DTM.”

   Peter Terting   
“When Chris Esser introduced me to the project, I was quick to say yes. I know what he and his team can do. I also know the Porsche Cayman, after all, I became European champion with it. Now I’m looking forward to returning to the DTM paddock. This is a professional platform and I think the concept of the new DTM Trophy is very good. It’s the driver that counts – my performance, my set-up, but also my mistakes, but without compromises.”

PROsport with an Aston Martin at the start

The 24-hour race at the Nürburgring has always been a compulsory date in the PROsport Racing calendar, even though the classic race is exceptionally not held until the end of September this year due to the COVID 19 pandemic. With an Aston Martin Vantage GT4, the team based in Wiesemscheid,

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Jubilation at PROsport: Peter Terting twice second

Twice second in qualifying, twice second on the podium – races seven and eight of the new DTM Trophy season brought PROsport Racing and Peter Terting the long awaited breakthrough. The cheering was correspondingly great in the small team around team boss Christoph Esser and team manager Aaron Hermes. On

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Joy and suffering in the “Green Hell”

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

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