The Green Hell is calling: From 26th to 29th May, the legendary Nordschleife will be the venue for one of the biggest motorsport events of the year. The 50th staging of the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring will attract motorsport fans from all over the world and promises a great atmosphere and thrilling racing. A total of 138 cars will line up on the 25.378-kilometre combination of the Nordschleife and the Grand Prix Circuit, including 19 drivers from the ADAC GT Masters.
In the top class (SP-9), the GT3 pros will be laying down fast lap times for a full 24 hours. Fabian Schiller, Jules Gounon and Daniel Juncadella start for Mercedes-AMG Team GetSpeed. Ricardo Feller will be at the wheel for Scherer Sport Team Phoenix. Raffaele Marciello will take his place in the driver’s seat for Mercedes-AMG Team Bilstein, while Dries Vanthoor will contest the 24-hour marathon with Audi Sport Team Phoenix. Kim Luis Schramm and Markus Winkelhock will share the cockpit of an Audi for Scherer Sport Team Phoenix. Schubert Motorsport has called upon the services of Jesse Krohn and Niklas Krütten.
Patric Niederhauser will be in action on two fronts for Audi Sport Team Car Collection: He shares one cockpit with Mattia Drudi and Christopher Mies, and a second with Christopher Haase. Simon Reicher starts for Lionspeed by Car Collection Motorsport. Christian Englehart is part of Porsche customer team Dinamic Motorsport. Jaxon Evans and Sven Müller will drive a Porsche for Falken Motorsport. Nicky Catsburg lines up for Rowe Motorsport, completing the ADAC GT Masters contingent.
There is a change of role for Nico Menzel: The TV expert is also involved in the endurance classic, but not in his familiar role of commentator, as in the German GT Championship. Instead, he will be behind the wheel for Huber Motorsport.
ADAC GT Masters TV partner NITRO is broadcasting the full 24 hours of the 50th edition of the endurance race. The station is also showing the Top Qualifying on Friday. The YouTube channel of the 24-hour race has live coverage of all sessions: https://www.youtube.com/c/24hnbr
An overview of the schedule (CEST)
Thursday, 26th May
12:30-14:00: Qualifying 1
20:30-23:30: Qualifying 2
Friday, 27th May
14:10-15:10: Qualifying 3
17:50-20:00: Top Qualifying
Saturday, 28th May
16:00: Race start
Sunday, 29th May