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12.05.2022 - ADAC GT Masters

World premiere with 734 hp: The new Mercedes-AMG GT Track Series is set for its race debut at the Red Bull Ring

  • Race debut for the extremely limited-edition super sports car in the Fanatec GT2 European Series
  • Racing legend Bend Schneider joined by Stéphane Ratel at the wheel

Munich. The ADAC GT Masters is set for a high-class world premiere at the Red Bull Ring from 20th to 22nd May: A new super sports car will make its race debut in the Fanatec GT2 European Series, which starts on the support programme for the German GT Championship for the first time in Austria. The 734-hp Mercedes-AMG GT Track Series, which is limited to just 55 models, will line up in the GT2 series with two big-name drivers at the wheel: Former Formula 1 driver and racing legend Bernd Schneider will drive the Mercedes-AMG, together with Stéphane Ratel, founder and CEO of SRO Motorsports Group and initiator of the GT3, GT2 and GT4 classes. The ADAC has cooperated closely with SRO Motorsports Group in many areas for many years.

The race debut of the Mercedes AMG GT Track Series means there will be three cars based on the Mercedes-AMG GT in action at the ADAC GT Masters event in Austria: The GT3 model in the ADAC GT Masters, the GT4 version in ADAC GT4 Germany, and the new Track Series in the Fanatec GT2 European Series. The start of the exclusive sports car is taking place on the initiative of SRO Motorsports Group. Intended to be used at track days and clubsport events, the sports car will conclude its extensive test and development phase with a comprehensive test run under race conditions. The fact that it is limited to so few models means this will also be one of the few opportunities to see the Mercedes-AMG GT Track Series up close and personal. The car will be run by SPS Automotive Performance in Austria.

“I am really looking forward to this outing,” says Bernd Schneider. “To drive the Mercedes-AMG GT Track Series in competitive conditions together with Stéphane Ratel and SPS automotive performance is a fantastic and unique opportunity. Mercedes-AMG has designed a great car, which combines the wealth of experience in both motorsport and the development of performance cars.”
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734 PS schnell und auf 55 Exemplare limitiert: Das Sondermodell des Mercedes-AMG

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734 PS schnell und auf 55 Exemplare limitiert: Das Sondermodell des Mercedes-AMG

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Mercedes-AMG ist am Red Bull Ring in drei Rennserien vertreten

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Mercedes-AMG ist am Red Bull Ring in drei Rennserien vertreten

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Bernd Schneider und Stéphane Ratel steuern den Mercedes-AMG Track Series

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Bernd Schneider und Stéphane Ratel steuern den Mercedes-AMG Track Series

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