Schubert Motorsport to contest the ADAC GT Masters in Zandvoort with two BMW M6 GT3
At the penultimate race weekend of the ADAC GT Masters season in Zandvoort (NL), Schubert Motorsport will line up with two BMW M6 GT3s. The number 20 car will be driven by the two BMW Motorsport Juniors Jesse Krohn (FI) and Louis Delétraz (CH) as usual. In the sister car with number 19, which was in action at the Lausitzring (DE), Claudia Hürtgen (DE) and Jeroen den Boer (NL) will take to the track. The guest start sees the Dutchman make a comeback in the ADAC GT Masters. He competed in a total of 34 races between 2011 and 2013 and celebrated two wins. These days, Boer is an engineer at BMW Motorsport. The two races at the "Circuit Park Zandvoort" will take place on Saturday at 1:15 p.m. CEST and on Sunday at 1:08 p.m. CEST (both live on Sport1). Timo Frings (Team Manager): "It's evident that the ADAC GT Masters season isn't going as we had hoped. But we will keep on fighting and will give it our all in the remaining races to get as many good individual results as possible. We are continuously developing the BMW M6 GT3 and hope to gain much more data to analyse through competing with a second car. We are also looking forward to Claudia Hürtgen returning to our team and Jeroen den Boer making a guest start. He supported us as an engineer at the recent event at the Nürburgring. That's what gave us the idea of fielding him as a driver at his home event in Zandvoort. After all, he has superb knowledge of the track and a great deal of experience, both with the BMW M6 GT3 and in the ADAC GT Masters."