Official BMW Motorsport Junior
Official BMW Motorsport Junior
First ADAC GT Masters podium at the Red Bull Ring in 2018
First ADAC GT Masters podium at the Red Bull Ring in 2018
BMW: Drive to win
BMW: Drive to win
Runner up in 2017 Deutsche Post Speed Academy
Runner up in 2017 Deutsche Post Speed Academy
Taking on the elite of GT3 racing
Taking on the elite of GT3 racing

Career

The ADAC GT Masters

With two races per event and two drivers per car, this is the most successful of all German GT racing series. Inaugurated in 2007, the series attracts the grand seigneurs of international motorsport as well as precocious racing talents. This year, there are more than 60 names on the entry list.

Whether they are driving a BMW, a Lamborghini, a Porsche, a Corvette or an Audi, the contestants in the Super Sports Car League have the extremely demanding task of taming the more than 600 horsepower pumped out by their GT3 cars on the seven race weekends during 2018.

These will be staged on such illustrious circuits as the Nürburgring, the Hockenheimring and Austria’s Red Bull Ring.

BMW M6 GT3

This pretty BMW coupé is the successor to the Z4 GT3 and first joined the ADAC GT Masters in 2016.

Engine: V8-bi-turbo
Cubic capacity: 4,395cc
Engine power: approx. 585 BHP
Gearbox: Six-speed, sequential
Chassis: Steel
Weight: 1,300 kg

Official homepage of the ADAC GT Masters