PROsport Racing will enter up to five cars in the remaining four race weekends of the GT Winter Series.
In its planning for the 2023 racing year, PROsport Racing is shifting up a gear and will contest the remaining four race weekends of the GT Winter Series. In the race series organised by GEDLICH Racing, the team from Wiesemscheidt will field four vehicles – and even five cars at the penultimate race weekend on the northern Spanish circuit in Navarra.
The familiar GT3 and GT4 versions of the Aston Martin Vantage will be used, as well as the near-production Porsche Cayman familiar from the Nürburgring Endurance Series, which will be used as a “driving school car” for youngsters.
A colourful mix of drivers will take their seats in the cockpits. Some of the drivers on the grid will be very young, who will be getting their racing licence with PROsport Racing in the GT Winter Series. In addition, some drivers will prepare for their upcoming GT4 programmes with the team from Wiesemscheid in Spain with PROsport Racing. Finally, most of the drivers competing with PROsport Racing in the Nürburgring Langstrecken-Serie will compete in the GT Winter Series in preparation for the season. PROsport Racing will announce the complete driver line-up on the social media platforms shortly before the race weekends.
“We still want to battle for the championship despite missing out on the races”, says team boss Chris Esser, looking forward to the racing programme at the four Spanish circuits in Jerez, Valencia, Navarra and Barcelona, where PROsport Racing will face top-class competition.