Sunday 6 May 2012

Paddock radar at ADAC GT Masters in Zandvoort

Paddock radar at ADAC GT Masters in Zandvoort

  • Andrea Kaiser hosts ADAC GT Masters on kabel eins for the first time
  • Get well soon to ex-champion Tim Bergmeister
  • Dutch engine takes victory in the Callaway Corvette

Debut for Andrea Kaiser: Andrea Kaiser hosted the live TV broadcast of the ADAC GT Masters for the first time on kabel eins. As of the race in Zandvoort, Kaiser will be hosting the live TV broadcasts of the "League of Super Sports Cars" alongside Jan Stecker. The first interview on Saturday for the host of Champions League football on SAT1 was Christian Abt (44, Kempten/Prosperia uhc speed - Audi R8), the 2009 ADAC GT Masters Champion. Kaiser travelled to Zandvoort with her husband, former footballer and Champions League winner, Lars Ricken.

Frentzen answers ahead of the race: Former Formula 1 and DTM driver Heinz-Harald Frentzen (44, Neuss/Callaway Competition) was also a sought after interview for the race in the Netherlands. At a media-dinner on Thursday evening, the Callaway driver took answers from Dutch media representatives ahead of the debut of the "League of Super Sports Cars" at the dune circuit.

Get well soon Tim Bergmeister: Best wishes to the ADAC GT Masters driver Tim Bergmeister in Japan. The five times ADAC GT Masters race winner and 2008 Champion was injured in a terrible accident on Friday at a race in Fuji, Japan through no fault of his own.

Bad luck: A week to forget in the life of Audi boss Peter Mamerow (Mamerow Racing). Last Saturday the former ADAC GT Masters driver injured his foot in a pit lane incident at the Nürburgring. After an accident for the Mamerow Audi R8 in Qualifying on Saturday, the team from the Ruhr had to head home early.

"Dutch winning engine": Daniel Keilwitz (22, Villingen) and Diego Alessi (40, Italy/Callaway Competition drove to victory in Saturday's race with a "Dutch engine" for the ninth Corvette win in the ADAC GT Masters. The giant 6.2 litre V8 Corvette engine for Callaway Competition was built by "Engine Wizard" Aart Andriessen in Amsterdam.

Also a fan favourite in the Netherlands: Frentzen   Andrea Kaiser in conversation with Christian Abt   First appearance for Andrea Kaiser in the ADAC GT Masters   Power from Holland: Callaway Corvette  

Get well soon to Tim Bergmeister

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