Team75 Motorsport lends Daniel Gregor to W&S Motorsport for ADAC GT4 Germany

Support will be continued

Team75 Motorsport will continue to support young talents in GT4 racing in the coming season. After the DTM Trophy has been discontinued, the squad from Landstuhl in the Palatinate will not field their own team in the ADAC GT4 Germany, rather young talent Daniel Gregor will be loaned to W&S Motorsport from Ofterdingen and will continue to be supported there. The 17-year-old from Maikammer will remain in the Team75 Motorsport driver and coaching program, which in this way will continue to pursue the goal of using the young man in its own professional GT3 program in the future. Daniel, who showed brilliant performances last year and, among other things, clinched the first Porsche victory in the DTM Trophy with his 718 Cayman GT4 RS, will also continue to contest races in the Porsche Sports Cup for Team75. His teammate there will be Christoph Krombach. In the ADAC GT4 Germany, Daniel shares the cockpit of the AVIA racing Porsche Cayman with Finn Zulauf. The 18-year-old made his debut in the ADAC GT4 Germany last year and took third place in the junior classification.

Six race weekends, each with two one-hour races, are on the ADAC GT4 Germany calendar: May 26th - 28th Oschersleben, June 23rd - 25th Zandvoort (Netherlands), August 4th - 6th Nürburgring, August 18th - 20th Lausitzring, September 8th - 10th Sachsenring, October 20th - 22nd Hockenheimring.

Daniel Gregor: "I'm happy that Timo and W&S Motorsport have put together a great package for me and that I can compete alongside Finn in the ADAC GT4 Germany. The team of Patrick Wagner and Daniel Schellhaas knows the Porsche 718 GT4 RS Clubsport very well and I am sure that we will have a very successful season together.”

Team boss Timo Bernhard: “Team75 Motorsport will not contest its own participation in the ADAC GT4 Germany in 2023. But we will continue to be linked to the series, with Daniel Gregor starting as a Team75 driver at W&S Motorsport with a strong line-up of drivers in a top car. We think that this way he can fight for wins and even for the title. It is important to us that we continue on the common path with Daniel. He will continue to be under our care and will also actively race for our Team75 Motorsport in the Porsche Sports Cup together with Christoph Krombach. It's going to be a round thing. We look forward to working together and will continue to support Daniel wherever possible.”

Text: Peter Schäffner
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