PROsport Racing's sound return to the ADAC GT Masters Series with their AMR Vantage GT3

Sunday, October 24, 2021

With the team already busy delivering a two car ADAC GT4 Germany commitment at the Hockenheim Ring, the PROsport Racing team were also busy this weekend facilitating their return to the ADAC GT Masters Series with one of their Aston Martin Racing V8 Vantage GT3’s.

Having last raced in GT Masters during the 2019 season, the German based team finally got back to the headline GT3 series this weekend with a single car entry for their drivers Tim Heinemann and Salman Owega where both drivers celebrated points of note over the weekend.

Whilst Heinemann celebrated his twenty fourth birthday on Saturday, Owega also became the youngest racer to compete within the series at only sixteen years of age

Neither being strangers to a GT3 platform, this weekend was the first that either driver had raced the AMR chassis or had raced together with their main GT3 experience to date coming from the German GTC Series so this weekend’s debut was always going to be difficult with top names and teams all competing in the series.

What did happen though was a pair of drivers who never disgraced themselves or gave up over the weekend’s two one-hour races, too busy trying to improve the situation for themselves between sessions to return a consistent set of results from both Free Practice sessions to the races. For race one, the duo finished P19 overall – P10 in their Junior Class with a P21, P11 in class during Sunday’s finale.

After some more seat time together, the #17 PROsport Racing AMR GT3 should be in for a decent season finale at the Nurburgring in two weeks’ time.

Well done to all involved.

Photo credits – ADAC GT Masters / Team
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