Monday 30 January 2012

Stuck brothers start with Aston Martin in the ADAC GT Masters

Stuck brothers start with Aston Martin in the ADAC GT Masters

The ADAC ​​GT Masters Championship Second overall in 2011, Ferdinand (20) and Johannes Stuck (25, both of Austria), trust in the coming season on the same "company car" like James Bond.

The sons of racing legend Hans-Joachim "Strietzel" Stuck change team and start the vehicle and in an Aston Martin V12 Vantage in the ADAC GT Masters newcomer team of Young Driver AMR. The band from Paderborn was previously in the FIA ​​GT1 World Championship and successfully brings two copies of the newly developed Aston Martin one more brand in the "league of super sports cars." The legendary British sports car manufacturer is the twelfth brand that is in the ADAC GT Masters starting field to be represented 2012th

After four victories in the 2011 season and the only exciting final target the stuck-brothers on an equally successful year. "Together with Young Driver AMR and the new Aston Martin, we intend to build on our successes this season from last year," says Johannes Stuck. The successful duo with his older brother John also looks optimistic Ferdinand Stuck on the second season together in the ADAC GT Masters: "I am very happy that we start again with a top-notch team in the ADAC GT Masters Young Driver AMR was in the past. years in the FIA ​​GT1 World Championship was very successful. I am even more excited that this year I again have the opportunity to start with my brother. The Aston Martin is true for both of us breaking new ground, but the recent tests of Aston Martin Racing car with us optimistic And one thing is already certain:.. The car looks simply fantastic "

Young Driver AMR is indeed new in the 2012 ADAC GT Masters, but knows the series well from the 2009 season. Before the team moved from Westphalia in the FIA ​​GT1 World Championship, the team of hardy fishermen under the name of Fischer Racing started in the ADAC GT Masters. "I look forward to the ADAC ​​GT Masters Championship and return there to represent Aston Martin," team boss Hardy Fischer says about the "comeback" of his team. "A twelve-cylinder sports car made in this powerful series by no means lacking. We have to Ferdinand and John Plaster not only two fast but also very likeable drivers in our team." The second driver for the Aston Martin Young Driver AMR are still open.

The 600-hp Aston Martin V12 Vantage, the Young Driver AMR in the ADAC GT Masters starts, was developed by Aston Martin Racing for the 2012 season completely. In addition to the McLaren MP4-12C, the Chevrolet Camaro and the Nissan GT-R is the Aston Martin, the fourth new signing so far in just 40 vehicles full starting field for the 2012 season.


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