The weekend offers plenty of racing action on the unique Nürburgring Nordschleife. From Saturday morning on the Eifel will be dominated by fabulous engine sounds. Right in the middle of it all is the GTronix360 Team mcchip-dkr, who participates in two races. The Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 that runs in cooperation with the Japanese Team KONDO Racing, will tackle the 24-hour qualification race with the drivers Matsuda Tsugio, Takaboshi Mitsunori and Tomonobu Fujii. It’s the last chance to prepare for the ADAC TOTAL 24h race, which marks the season's highlight on the Nürburgring Nordschleife. Adjustment runs on the GP track and a free practice on the whole track offer a good opportunity to make final preparations. The team has the chance to reach a starting place for the Top 30 qualifying in two qualifying sessions, before entering the six-hours race on Sunday at 12:00 noon. A good result could allow the participation in the Top 30 qualifying of the ADAC TOTAL 24h race. Nine starting places will be awarded this weekend. In recent days, the Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 has been meticulously prepared by the KONDO Racing mechanics in the halls of the GTronix360 Team mcchip-dkr. The whole race will be broadcasted live at the youtube channel ADAC TOTAL 24h-Rennen Nürburgring. GTronix360 team mcchip-dkr will start already on Saturday in the third RCN race with two cars. On the well-known Fivestar Fitness Porsche Cayman 981, Ben Bünnagel and Markus Diederich will race in production car class V5. The car was freshly rebuild after a hard crash at VLN 3 thanks to hard-working mechanics. Again, the preparation for the ADAC TOTAL 24h race 2019 is in the focus. The BMW 325i E90 will make its premiere with the drivers Jörg Rohde and Sebastian Cremer in the RCN Special class RS4. It is the first race on the Nürburgring Nordschleife for the vehicle and also for owner Jörg Rohde and Sebastian Cremer, too. Both rookies have already gained some experience at tourist drives, GLP and trackdays on different race tracks.