All to play for in the ADAC GT4 Germany Series as three AMR crews head the order into their penultimate round

Tuesday, September 20, 2022

 


Two more rounds, just four more races and it’s all getting very tight at the head of the ADAC GT4 Germany Series with three Aston Martin Racing powered crews headlining the top three positions spread out by just four points.

This weekend’s visit to the Sachenring in the former East Germany will be pivotable to all these crews should the want to be in Championship contention by the time the series reaches its finale at Hockenheim on the third weekend of October.


Presently in the overall table, the #69 Dorr Motorsport AMR Vantage GT4 crew of Indy Dontjie and Phil Dorr lead the way on 105 points with the #24 Prosport Racing AMR Vantage GT4 crew of Mike David Ortmann and Hugo Sasse immediately behind on 104 points, closely followed by the #7 Dorr Motorsport AMR of Roman Leroux and Ben Dorr on 101 points.

Into that, you can also add in the inter AMR battle within the Junior Class with Sasse heading the way on 136 points and Leroux and Ben Dorr tied in second on 122 points each as well as Dorr Motorsport leading the Team battle ahead of the Prosport Racing team with just a 37-point advantage!!


This weekend’s twenty-nine car entry again sees another eight Aston Martin Racing Vantage GT4 crews take to the track, one from the Racing One team for British drivers Tom Wood and Euan McKay, with a further three from the Prosport Racing team and four from the Dorr Motorsport team.

Whilst many enjoy their performances and championship positions so far, for some it has been a trying transition to both the GT4 platform and the series with many of those still showing potential without being able to confirm that in their results so far. Due to a clash with the DTM Trophy Series this weekend (?), we also do not see the #99 Team Speed Monkey AMR that Paul Aural K├Ânig shared with Konstantin Lachenauer after their double DNF at the Nurburgring back in early August.


Two one-hour pit stop punctuated races await the grid again round a circuit made up of never ending bends with a couple of long straights – enough to suit all sorts of preferences.

Both races will be streamed live via the series social media channels.

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