Since 2003 the
Three classes - Pro, Pro-Am1 and Pro-Am2 - blend competitors from young professionals on their way to a career in sports car racing to experienced
Over 25 years, more than 1,000 races – 1 feeling. In the
As part of the FIA Formula 1 World Championship, professional teams and drivers enter the fastest international Manufacturer's Cup in high-performance, technically identical racing cars.Read more
At the end of the 90s,
Since then, it has established a successful collaboration with customer teams:
Talent scout programmes enjoy a long tradition at
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Fulfill your dream and prove your motorsports talent. Start your own personal racing career, with professional training and a comprehensive full service mentoring program which with three successive levels are perfectly custom tailored to your needs.Read more
High performance, and not just on the race track ...
Looking after our customers with competence and skill is important to us – and that goes for motorsport too.Read more
The veritable treasure trove that is
In addition to providing a comprehensive parts service, the specialists in Weissach are also the contacts for engine and transmission overhauls.Read more
For the cockpit.
Get kitted out for the
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