The ADAC GT Masters returns on track less than three weeks after Nurburgring’s round: the German series reserved for GT3 cars leaves the national borders for the third time in the season and arrives on the difficult circuit of Zandvoort (Netherlands). An important appointment, the third-last of the championship, especially for Team Rosberg and for the crew formed by Michele Beretta and Aaro Vainio: the Italian-Finnish duo, at the wheel of the Lamborghini Huracan GT3 #53, aims to confirm the recent positive progress seen at the Nurburgring, which allowed them to take home a good result in Race 1 and the first season points. On the Dutch track facing the North Sea, there will be conditions more favorable to the Huracan, with BOP slightly revised in terms of weight, even if the GT of Sant’Agata remains penalized on the engine front.

Michele Beretta: “I’m return to Zandvoort after two years of absence; I know the circuit well because I raced here with the F3, but with the GT it will certainly be very different. It is an old-fashioned track, narrow, full of ups and downs, fast and blind curves; the wind easily brings sand to the track as we are very close to the sea and often also affects the aerodynamic balance of the car. It will be cooler than at the Nurburgring, and this will be important for us to manage tires in the race which is often our weak point. Two weeks ago we had a good result in Germany and the progress we made made us very hopeful, also considering the fact that the BOP was slightly revised in our favor. We will have to work above all on qualifying because it is very difficult to overcome in the race on this track.

The action on the 4.307 meters of the circuit of Zandvoort will start today, Friday, August 17th, with two test sessions from 8:00 to 10:20 to then go to the first practice sessions, scheduled at 13:00 and 17:15; Saturday morning Qualification 1 (9.00) while Race 1 will start at 13.15. Schedule almost similar for Sunday, with Qualifying 2 always at 9 while Race 2 will start at 13. Both races can be followed in live streaming on, and