Thursday 24 November 2011

Large crowds for the ADAC GT Masters 2012 season

Large crowds for the ADAC GT Masters 2012 season

The interest in the ADAC GT Masters is too high for the 2012 season without brakes. For the last few days, participants have the opportunity to enroll for the upcoming season, with the weekend of 13 to 15 April 2012 at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben begins.

Already noted, the ADAC is a very high demand for grid positions. Already 15 teams with a total of 28 vehicles have registered for the upcoming season in the "league of super sports cars." You will benefit from the particularly favorable conditions, the ADAC offers the teams until 30 November 2011 to enroll.

Among the previously reported 28-GT racers, the fans look forward to even 140 days before the start of the season in the Magdeburg region, can be found spectacular new additions. The eagerly awaited MP4/12C McLaren celebrates its race debut in 2012 as the "league of super sports car" like the U.S. large-volume sports car legend Chevrolet Camaro. The ADAC GT Masters in 2012 thrilled not only with new vehicles, but also with a variety of brands, is unparalleled. In addition to the McLaren and the Chevrolet supercars already more like Corvette Z06 were, Italia Ferrari 458, Lamborghini Gallardo enrolled, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and Porsche 911. The ADAC expects other trademarks and expects a starter box with about ten different manufacturers.

Interested teams have the opportunity for responses to 30 November 2011 to benefit from a reduced registration fee for the 2012 season. However, to hurry, because by the end of November, only 36 of the 44 awarded for the upcoming season available starting places. The remaining eight places of ADAC reserved until the closing date on 01 March 2012 for further attractive newcomers and teams who are working currently on your plans for 2012. Registrations for the ADAC GT Masters is only possible online.

The ADAC GT Masters 2012 starts at seven and ADAC Masters Weekend in the ADAC Truck Grand Prix at the Nurburgring for a total of 16 races. The eight events, each with two races are held on all permanent race tracks in Germany and on the Red Bull Ring in Austria and in Zandvoort, Netherlands, and are again shown live on television.

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