Walkenhorst Motorsport Switches to Aston Martin for GT Racing

Walkenhorst Motorsport to field Aston Martin Vantage GT3 in GTWCE and NLS

Walkenhorst Motorsport, the winner of the prestigious Spa round of the GTWCE in 2018, has announced its plans to compete in the upcoming season. The German team will be fielding a solo Aston Martin Vantage GT3 in the Pro class of the Endurance Cup segment of the series.

Not stopping there, Walkenhorst Motorsport will also undertake a campaign with an all-pro line-up in the Nurburgring Long-distance Series (NLS). The team is determined to make a strong impression in the German endurance classic with the support of Aston Martin.

This move marks a significant switch for Walkenhorst Motorsport, as it leaves behind its long-time partnership with BMW to embark on a new chapter with Aston Martin. The team’s decision to switch to Aston Martin showcases the manufacturer’s appeal and competitiveness in the GT racing scene.

With its experience and success in GT racing, Walkenhorst Motorsport is poised to make waves in both the GTWCE and NLS championships. Fans can expect thrilling battles and fierce competition as the team takes on the challenges of these demanding races.

Walkenhorst Motorsport’s participation in the Pro class of the GTWCE’s Endurance Cup is a testament to its dedication and ambition. The team’s Aston Martin Vantage GT3 will undoubtedly be a formidable contender, and fans will eagerly watch as it goes head-to-head with other top-class competitors.

The Nurburgring Long-distance Series (NLS) will provide Walkenhorst Motorsport with another opportunity to showcase its skills and determination. With an all-pro line-up, the team will strive to achieve success and make its mark in this grueling endurance championship.

As Walkenhorst Motorsport embarks on this new chapter, fans can expect an exciting season ahead. The team’s partnership with Aston Martin adds a new dimension to its racing program and sets the stage for a thrilling year of competition and innovation.

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