The leaders are close together, every point counts, every mistake can mean the premature end of all title dreams. Ideal conditions for an exciting race weekend on the demanding course in Saxony, which Germany’s fastest GT3 series even laps faster than the motorcycle aces of the MotoGP.
There will also be a premiere at the Sachsenring: The FIA ETCR eTouring World Cup will start in Germany for the first time and determine the first electric touring car world champion in motorsport history at the World Championship finale at the Sachsenring.
The top three are watching each other
He relies fully on his strong driver colleagues. “As a newcomer, Ayhancan quickly settled into the ADAC GT Masters and is doing a sensational job. He delivered some top qualifying sessions and doesn’t allow himself any mistakes in the race. We want to score more points than the competition at the Sachsenring in order to have a strong starting position for the finale in Hockenheim,” said the 2020 champion.
German premiere and finale for electric touring cars
As part of the ADAC GT Masters, the FIA ETCR eTouring Car World Cup will be held at the Sachsenring for the first time in Germany. The premiere is also the finale of the innovative racing series, in which, among others, FIA Rallycross World Champion Mattias Ekström or the two former ADAC GT Masters drivers Bruno Spengler and Maxime Martin compete in vehicles with up to 680 hp.
All 14 races in the ADAC GT Masters will start at 1 p.m. The TV channel NITRO will present the races live from 12:30 p.m.