The second half of the season beginns with the first training on the coming weekend, August 9th to 11th, 2019: Memories of good and bad times in Zandvoort characterize the KÜS Team75 Bernhard before the guest race of the ADAC GT Masters in the Dutch North Sea resort, with which the long summer break in the "League of the super sports cars" comes to an end. Last year, the Porsche 911 GT3 R with the starting number 17 could drive only a few laps on Saturday as well as on Sunday, before the race was terminated early after involuntary collisions. The sister car with starting number 18 however could be happy about a podium place. So that the fans can also enjoy the matching modelcars, this time we are there with our trailer and bring the cars of the KÜS Team75 Bernhard in 1:18 to the racetrack.
We have already presented the miniatures: The models are from the production of Minichamps, which are available under the item number 153186997 with the starting number 17 limited to 333 units and with the 18 under 18 153186918 to 199 units. Both are produced of diecast. The magnificent, handcrafted immaculate models are exclusively available at us and convince with an excellent attention to detail and a finish that evokes enthusiasm. And now the successors are at the start: A similarly successful performance at the 4.307 kilometers long Circuit Zandvoort as in the previous year is expected in the start number 17 Porsche factory driver Timo Bernhard (38) from Bruchmühlbach-Miesau and ex-Porsche-Junior Klaus Bachler (28 ) from Austria as well as in the No. 18 Porsche Young Professional Matteo Cairoli (23) from Italy and Belgian Adrien De Leener (30).
The one-hour races will be started on Saturday at 2:45 pm and on Sunday at 1:05 pm and will be broadcast in full length live on Sport1 (Germand TV channel). Team manager Klaus Graf: "After the long summer break in the ADAC GT Masters we are of course pleased that the second half of the season is now starting. Of course, as every year, we are also looking forward to the track of Zandvoort, one of the highlights in the calendar. It is certainly one of the most demanding tracks in the GT Masters. In the past we were able to achieve very good results there. We are taking a good momentum from the last races of this season and we are confident that we can continue the good trend and establish ourselves at the top. We want to collect as many points as possible, maybe a podium will pop out again." Come and visit us there!
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