PROsport's AMR Vantage GT4 makes two for this weekends ADAC GT4 Germany's visit to the Sachensring

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

The provisional entry lists for this weekend’s ADAC GT Masters and GT4 Germany Series from the Sachensring are finally out and both show just the one Aston Martin Racing Vantage GT4 entry from the PROsport Racing team within the GT4 Germany entry and not the multiple entries across the two series as first hoped.

Having been crossed by the DTM Trophy Series officials more times than the team preferred, the PROsport Racing team announced their departure from that series soon after the shenanigans at the Red Bull Ring in early September.

It was then announced that the team would be moving to the ADAC supported GT4 Germany Series with up to two AMR Vantage GT4 cars as well as a possible AMR GT3 entry into the bigger ADAC GT Masters Series.

What has now been confirmed by the series is now just a solo AMR Vantage GT4 entry for drivers Mike David-Ortmann who will be supported in this series by Hugo Sasse before both then go and race (with others) within the GT Masters Series in different teams and cars.

They join the full season ADAC GT4 Germany entry from the Doer Motorsport team and their drivers Phil Dorr and Andreas Wirth aboard their #69 car. These guys haven’t raced in the series since Zandvoort in early July where they secured a P3 class finish in race two before the next scheduled round at the Nurburgring in early August was postponed due to the extensive flooding in central Europe. For their Dutch result, the #69 crew carry a 5kg weight penalty for race one this weekend.

Championship wise, the #69 crew sit P5 in the overall stakes with 63 points against the leaders 129 but in the Junior Class, Dorr sits in P4 on 88 points against the leaders 110.5 with two more rounds to go after this weekend.

As far as the potential GT3 entry goes, the team were putting it out there that their second DTM Trophy drivers, Tim Heinemann would be joining up with Nicki Thiim for this weekend’s events at the Sachensring in the remaining AMR Vantage GT3 chassis. That is clearly now not the case!

Photo credits – DTM Trophy / GT4 Germany / Teams

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