The summer is coming to an end and the racing series in Germany approach its finals: With the ADAC GT Masters at the Hockenheimring next weekend on September 13th to 15th, the league of the super sports cars goes into its penultimate round, before the end of the month the final will take place at the Sachsenring. The team from ck-modelcars, who will be waiting for you from Friday to Sunday in Hockenheim in the paddock, will be also there: Watch out for our tent! On the other hand, our trailer stands at the Nürburgring in the Ring Boulevard on the occasion of the race weekend of the DTM. Not only for the KÜS Team75 Bernhard, but also for CK, it is hard work. We are just as motivated as the team of the two-time long-distance World Champion Timo Bernhard, who is spurred on by the three podium finishes in the past races.
After each a podium on the past three racing weekends - a third and two second places - the KÜS Team75 Bernhard goes into both races to the ADAC GT Masters on Saturday and Sunday at the Hockenheimring. In the Porsche 911 GT3 R with starting number 17 the Porsche factory driver Timo Bernhard (38) from Bruchmühlbach-Miesau and Ex-Porsche-Junior Klaus Bachler (28) from Austria are aiming a top placement again, especially as a goal of the season, a victory, stands still on the "to-do list" of the team from the Palatinate Bruchmühlbach-Miesau. In the sister car with the starting number 18 Porsche young professional Matteo Cairoli (23) from Italy and the Belgian Adrien De Leener (30) hope on a little more luck than in the past races: A placement in the points is the declared aim of the team of the second nine eleven.
The Saturday race will start at 2:45pm, the also one-hour-race on Sunday at 1:05pm and gets broadcasted live on Sport1 (German TV Channel). Team manager Klaus Graf: "After the recent good results, we travel confidently to Hockenheim. Of course we want to continue this series. What we still lack this season is a victory. It would be mega, if we could achieve this goal in the remaining races. Above all, we want to work focused and consistent to be able to offer our fans and guests a good experience at our home race with good results. With our starting number 17, we also took a good step forward in the championship and want to move further ahead. Personally, I would also be happy if we were successful with our No.18 in Hockenheim to also score well for a good team result."