Team mcchip-dkr starts with Nico Hülkenberg in the ADAC GT Masters
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From the premier class to the GT3 cockpit: With a very special guest start, the team mcchip-dkr will contest the second round of the ADAC GT Masters season 2020 on the Nürburgring Grand Prix circuit. . The long-time Formula 1 driver Nico Hülkenberg shares the cockpit with Danny Kubasik, who will start under the well-known pseudonym "Dieter Schmidtmann". The team mcchip-dkr sends the Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO into the race, which was deployed in the Nürburgring Endurance Championship last year. With the guest start in the "League of super sports cars", the team based in Mechernich would like to gain further experience in a professional motorsport series. The strong field of drivers in the ADAC GT Masters will be a challenge for both drivers who compete in the PRO-AM category. Team owner and driver "Dieter Schmidtmann" is very familiar with the Nürburgring Grand Prix circuit thanks to his races in the VLN. Nico Hülkenberg was able to gain initial experience in the Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO during test drives in early June. Two more test days will be completed in the next few weeks. Nico Hülkenberg is looking forward to the guest start: "The ADAC GT Masters is an exciting series with cool cars and after a break of almost 8 months I really want to put my hand in the steering wheel and feel the adrenaline. Especially now, when the F1 started again. This guest start is to be understood as a small, exciting adventure in GT racing to be competitive. " Just as happy about the start in the ADAC GT Masters is "Dieter Schmidtmann": "As a motorsport team from popular sports, the guest start in the ADAC GT Masters is a new chapter for us and a good opportunity to develop ourselves professionally as a team. To start in one of the most respected GT3 racing series worldwide makes us extremely proud. A big thank you to our partners Ravenol, Lamborghini Renazzo Motor and GTronix360°. For our fans, we will show the entire event, from the test days to the racing event, as a multi-part documentary on our YouTube Channel."