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04.04.2022 - ADAC GT Masters

Champions, works drivers, talented youngsters and new teams: the ADAC GT Masters presents a high-class field for its 16th season

  • Seven former champions line up in the German GT Championship
  • Greater commitment to sustainability with innovative fuel and the “Bottle-Free Zone”
  • New standard start time of 13:00, NITRO on air from 12:30

Munich. Top drivers, strong teams and renowned manufacturers – the stage is set for an exciting and spectacular new season in the ADAC GT Masters. A total of 46 drivers are set to line up in 23 super sports cars from Audi, BMW, Lamborghini, Mercedes-AMG and Porsche, with a total of seven rounds in Germany, Austria and the Netherlands. 13 teams will battle it out for the title, including six newcomers. Eleven countries will be represented by the 46 high-class drivers, of whom roughly 20 are works drivers or can call on experience from Formula 1, WEC and IMSA. Seven former champions will be in pursuit of another title. The German GT Championship presented its programme on Monday evening in Cologne, in front of a host of media representatives and invited guests. The new ADAC GT Masters season gets underway from 22nd to 24th April at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben. Tickets start at € 28 and are available online at adac.de/motorsport. ADAC members receive a 10% discount when purchasing online in advance, while admission is free for under 16s.

The ADAC GT Masters is intensifying its commitment to sustainability in the 2022 season. For the first time, season 16 of the ADAC GT Masters will use the innovative new fuel “Shell Blue Gasoline 98 GT Masters”, which is made of roughly 50 percent renewable components and has been developed by Shell exclusively for the German GT Championship. The “Bottle-Free Zone” project to reduce plastic waste, which was launched last year in cooperation with BWT, is to be extended in 2022. This season, spectators can also actively contribute towards the reduction of plastic waste by using water dispensers provided by BWT.

RTL Deutschland’s station NITRO remains exclusive TV partner of the series. This year, all the races will start at the standard time of 13:00. NITRO will present live coverage of the races on free TV from 12:30. The expert on-air team of Eve Scheer, Anna Nentwig, Dirk Adorf and Nico Menzel remains unchanged. Spectators can also watch the exciting races live, and subsequently on demand, on RTL+, Germany’s leading streaming platform. Qualifying sessions are shown on sport.de and adac.de/motorsport.

Dr. Gerd Ennser, ADAC Sport President: “The ADAC GT Masters enters its 16th season with another high-class field, consisting of many well-known drivers, teams and sports car manufacturers. This underlines just how strong and attractive the German GT Championship is. With the innovative new fuel and the continuation of our cooperation with BWT, we are taking on a pioneering role as we strive for greater sustainability. The successful cooperation with our TV partner NITRO is now in its second season. Last year, more viewers than ever followed the series on RTL Deutschland channels. The live broadcasts and cooperation with RTL Deutschland will continue to establish the reputation of the ADAC GT Masters as one of the best GT series in the world.”

The teams and drivers at a glance

Allied-Racing | Porsche 911 GT3 R
#22 Sven Müller & Joel Sturm

Car Collection Motorsport | Audi R8 LMS GT3 Evo II
#33 tba
#69 tba

Drago Racing Team ZVO / Mercedes-AMG Team ZVO | Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo
#4 Jules Gounon & Fabian Schiller
#8 Daniel Juncadella & Jan Marschalkowski

Eastalent-Racing | Audi R8 LMS GT3 Evo II
#54 Simon Reicher & Norbert Siedler

Emil Frey Racing | Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo
#14 Mick Wishofer & Konsta Lappalainen
#19 Franck Perera & Arthur Rougier
#63 Albert Costa Balboa & Jack Aitken

ID Racing with Herberth | Porsche 911 GT3 R
#44 Robert Renauer & Klaus Bachler

Madpanda Motorsport | Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo
#90 tba

Mann-Filter Team Landgraf / Landgraf Motorsport | Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo
#48 Raffaele Marciello & Jonathan Aberdein
#84 tba

Montaplast by Land-Motorsport | Audi R8 LMS GT3 Evo II
#1 Christopher Mies & Tim Zimmermann
#28 Christopher Haase & Salman Owega
#29 Ricardo Feller & Jusuf Owega

Rutronik Racing | Audi R8 LMS GT3 Evo II
#15 Patric Niederhauser & Luca Engstler
#27 Dennis Marschall & Kim-Luis Schramm

Schubert Motorsport | BMW M4 GT3
#10 Niklas Krütten & Ben Green
#20 Jesse Krohn & Nicky Catsburg

T3 Motorsport | Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo
#71 Maximilian Paul & Marco Mapelli
tba

Team Joos Sportwagentechnik | Porsche 911 GT3 R
#91 Christian Engelhart & Ayhancan Güven
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Das ADAC GT Masters geht 2022 in die 16. Saison

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46 Fahrer von 13 Teams starten in 23 Supersportwagen

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Erstmals kommt der neue innovative Kraftstoff „Shell Blue Gasoline 98 GT Masters“ zum Einsatz

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Erstmals kommt der neue innovative Kraftstoff „Shell Blue Gasoline 98 GT Masters“ zum Einsatz

Erstmals kommt der neue innovative Kraftstoff „Shell Blue Gasoline 98 GT Masters“ zum Einsatz

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„Bottle Free Zone“ wird 2022 ausgeweitet

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„Bottle Free Zone“ wird 2022 ausgeweitet

„Bottle Free Zone“ wird 2022 ausgeweitet

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