Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Heinz-Harald Frentzen preys on ADAC GT Masters title

Heinz-Harald Frentzen preys on ADAC GT Masters title

Former Formula 1 world vice champion and DTM driver Heinz-Harald Frentzen (44, Neuss) wants to know it again. Four times with ADAC GT Masters race winner Andreas Wirth (27, Heidelberg) Frentzen's goal is to have a say in the "league of super sports car" is a word used to name it.

The newly formed duo Frentzen / Wirth relies on a Z06 Corvette Callaway Competition. Last year's team-mate Frentzen in the U.S. muscle car, ski jumping legend Sven Hannawald (37, Munich), has been imposed for the 2012 season itself a "learning year" in 2013 and is planning a return to active racing events.

Frentzen will fight with ADAC GT Masters race winner at Wirth title
Less than 14 days before the start of the season of the ADAC GT Masters, 30 March to 1 April at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben Frentzen goes with his plans for the 2012 racing season from cover. Together according to the ADAC GT Masters debut last year with Hannawald wants to know the Formula 1 world vice champion in 1997 and again takes the "Project championship," tackle. "The ADAC ​​GT Masters Championship has awesome potential, it's really fun. Now we want something more, and attack from a safe recovery," the 157-times Grand Prix participants Frentzen said before his second season in the "league of super sports cars."

The new team-mate Frentzen in the 2012 season for the more advanced Callaway Corvette, Andreas Wirth, has enjoyed success in Formula racing before joining the GT cars prescribed. Earlier in his career looked to be host motorsport fortunes in the United States and made it there until the Champ Car series, then the U.S. counterpart to Formula 1 For three years the 27-year-old in the ADAC GT Masters will be successful, and together with Frentzen now a start on the title.

Team boss Wöhr also predicts podium
"I am delighted that Heinz-Harald Frentzen will start again this year for us and with us to the title in the ​​GT Masters Championship takes," says Callaway Competition Team Director Ernst Wöhr. "Heinz-Harald has given us already impressed in the last year and I am sure that he makes this year a lot of attention. Welcome Welcome to Callaway Competition, I would like Andreas Wirth, who has already been tested in the past with us and a very strong impression left behind. Andrew has celebrated in his previous motor sport career many successes in the U.S. and is a very rapid increase in our driver line-up. I'm sure that Frentzen and Wirth and Daniel Keilwitz and Diego Alessi in the roller- his Corvette regular visitor to the podium. "
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