Great start to the year for Prosport Racing at the opening round of the NLS

Sunday, March 27, 2022


It was a successful start to the 2022 Nurburgring Langstrecken Serie for the locally based PROsport Racing team as their two Aston Martin Racing crews battled the infamous Green Hell for the first time.

This time featuring both a Vantage GT3 and GT4 in their midst for the first time as full season NLS entries, yesterday’s opening four-hour race didn’t exactly start that well for the team as Jean Glorieux was taken ill overnight meaning that he could no longer partner Maxime Dumarey aboard their #17 Pro-Am classed SP9 Vantage GT3.

Originally being there in a team driver coaching capacity only, Nico Verdonck quickly found himself back in the race seat of the #17 car although they did now have to run in the full SP9 Pro class.

Qualifying P23 overall, the #17 car ran a faultless opening race to finish P14 overall whilst the team’s #176 AMR Vantage GT4 crew of Guido Dumarey and Yevgen Sokolovskiy ran a similarly also faultless race from their P60/P4 in class Qualifying position to finish P2 in class at the end.

Despite being listed upon the entry list, it appears that the #151 Doer Motorsport AMR Vantage GT4 that was due to run in the SP8T class didn’t not take part in yesterday’s proceedings.

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