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© ADAC Motorsport Prospector Racing rises on the Nürburgring Nordschleife class SP9 on
Nicki Thiim already indicated in the LiveStream of the Nürburgring Long Distance Series (NLS, formerly VLN) At: at the Nürburgring, also at the 24-hour race, 2022 is expected with two Aston Martin Vantage GT3. 'Motorsport-Total.com' has now heard from a secure source: it is prospencing racing.
The Christoph Esser team wants to start completely in the GT3 scene in the coming year and will use two Aston Martin Vantage GT3. The plan prefers to use a vehicle in the top category SP9 PRO and one in the SP9 Pro-Am. Prospore is already represented in 2021 with GT4-Aston-Martins on the Nordschleife.
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Aston Martin has used the BarbarossaPreis last weekend to convince potential customers from the Qualities of the Vantage GT3 on the Nürburgring Nordschleife. This idea has known well working .
For the external observer, weirdly may like to work together prosprency and Aston Martin. Finally, a little successful cooperation of the two parties in 2019 even had the bankruptcy of the prospecter of Prospent Racing, as a result, Prospent Performance.
commitment Also for Aston Martin meaningful
but since then a lot has happened. Since the arrival of Tobias Moers as a new boss of Aston Martin, the GT sports department has been consistently focused on customer sports. Support by the work is much better for customers than two years ago. Moers brings abundant experience from his time at Mercedes-AMG.
Aston Martin lays down at Vettel: "We have no plan B"
© Motorsport Images Otmar Szafnauer says he has no other drivers over 2022 Aston Martin and Sebastian Vettel will also be 2022 together in Formula 1 Go to the start. Team boss Otmar Szafnauer still does not explicitly speak this sentence. But in his online media round on Saturday in Monza, Szafnauer cleared the fears that Vettel could never end his career as much as ever. media reports on a crack in the relationship between Vettel and Team are "100 percent nonsense", the American assures.
Not least because of this, Aston Martin also tries to restart in the GT3 market. The factory use on the Nordschleife was a clear sign that you say it seriously. After years of an on-off relationship with the Nürburgring Nordschleife, there is now a clear commitment - with factory-assisted customers.
Aston wants to use the use of the GT3 market properly to grasp and win new customers. For the new Vantage has been more likely to have remained an exot - a fate that the British GT3 manufacturers shared in recent years with the Japanese, while the German and Italian manufacturers settle race cars in dozeneware.
Therefore, Aston Martin will do everything that it becomes a successful lighthouse project will become with signal effect on other potential customers. Because nothing is advertising as a successful commitment to the toughest racetrack in the world.
Which inserts come 2021?
Aston-Martin Comeback in the ADAC GT Masters? Prospord Plant Guest Starts
© ADAC Motorsport Last driving the Aston Martin in Hockenheim 2019 in the ASTON MARTIN in ASTON MARTIN in ADAC GT Masters moves to Technique: The Prospency Racing Team Plant the return to the International German GT Championship In the form of guest starts. Also on a driver duo, the responsible persons have already determined: Tim Heinemann, who goes for the team in the DTM-Trophy, should "alternate with Nicki Thiim" if possible with Nicki Thiim, announces team boss Christoph Esser.
The first driver Tim Heinemann is set for the commitment. The former Simracer is animated master of the DTM Trophy and became vice-champion in the semi-pro rating in the GTC Race in the GT3 class, although he has only hazarded half of the races (although only half of the results inflow into the final score ).
As another wish candidate, Prospent Racing Nicki Thiim has visually. Here, Proddrive must decide whether the Dane is used on the Nordschleife. However, the Dane with the mane has already made no secret in the stream that he would like to return to the Nordschleife with Aston Martin in 2022.
Exciting is now the program until the beginning of the NLS season 2022. The 12-hour race of Abu Dhabi and the 24 hours of Dubai are already set. In the NLS would still be a possible race on October 9. However, Esser has already announced guest starts in the ADAC GT Masters, simultaneously with a change from the DTM Trophy to the GT4 Germany.
So it remains exciting, a decision on the races still to be moved this season should be done until next week ...
Lance Stroll analyzes Aston Martins Achillesferse in front of Abu Dhabi .
© Motorsport Images alone on Next Hallur: Aston Martin in Jidda The Saudi Arabia Grand Prix in Jeddah was for the Aston-Martin team around Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll No visit value. Both riders failed in the first qualifying section and also in the race you went empty. "Yes, it was a very hard weekend," Stroll now admitted in Abu Dhabi. "I think it was the hardest weekend of the season for us. We just did not have a pace, we were very slow, especially on the straight line.