Tuesday 17 January 2012

ADAC GT Masters in 2012 with an attractive prize money

ADAC GT Masters in 2012 with an attractive prize money

The ADAC GT Masters writes from the 2012 season in an attractive prize money pot. Drivers with amateur status, and teams will be competing in the 16 races of the "league of super sports car" again a prize money of 150,000 euros.

Top 5 of the amateur team championship and can look forward to prize money
A cash prize of 75,000 euros per total height of the season will end on drivers with amateur status and firmly distributed in the ADAC GT Masters entered teams. Prize money will receive the five top-ranked in the season final standings of the amateur and the team title.

In the amateur standings sat down in the 2011 season, the Lamborghini-driver Marc A. Hayek (40, Switzerland) and won a prize money of 25,000 €. A check in the same amount allowed Lamborghini team boss Hans Reiter of Reiter Engineering for the season finale at Hockenheim for the victory in the team standings in 2011 receive it.

Prize money will strengthen amateur standings
Says "We are delighted that we have the amateur and the team championship of the FIA ​​GT Championship in the coming year to upgrade again with a good prize money pot", ADAC Sport President Hermann Tomczyk. "Amateur riders form for years with her total commitment are the backbone of the ADAC GT Masters. The prize money we pay out in 2012 in the second consecutive season, we want to create especially for the private drivers have an added incentive for participation in the ADAC GT Masters. "

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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