The successful Team Rosberg is returning to the ADAC GT Masters with two Lamborghini Huracán GT3s and ambitious goals. With the driver duo of Michele Beretta/Aaro Vainio and the junior Jonathan Judek, who is heading for the starting line along with Jimmy Eriksson, the team has confirmed the four Rosberg drivers for the 2018 season.
The name “Rosberg” is very well known in the motorsports scene – especially since its founder Keke and his son Nico Rosberg have already won the prestigious Formula 1. Considerable success has been achieved under the management of team leader Arno Zensen as well: last year René Rast took the DTM championship cup and the team emerged as the best in the DTM.
Now the Palatine team is heading back into the GT3 sport. “Motorsports is always changing and exciting new projects keep emerging,” says team leader Arno Zensen about the decision. “We have been very successful in the DTM over the last few years, and want to demonstrate our skill in the ADAC GT Masters with equal success. Of course it is clear to everyone that this will first of all be a learning process.

The ADAC GT Masters has become more and more popular in recent years. Two drivers share the racing vehicles in the 60-minute races, held respectively on Saturday and Sunday.

In order to prepare for the “league of super sports cars” – the ADAC has received no less than 37 registrations so far – Team Rosberg is bringing in reinforcements with Lamborghini connoisseur Michele Beretta (23, Italy) who won the championship cup in the Italian GT Championship last year. “In add to Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup, I’m delighted for this opportunity to join Team Rosberg: I’m very happy to be part of the team,” says the 23-year-old. “We have every opportunity to merge quickly and obtain good results. It will be for sure not so easy because the ADAC GT Masters is a very competitive and demanding championship, but we hope to be soon in the top positions. In order to be ready since the first round, we have in plan some testing days in the next weeks.