In Hockenheim, the ADAC GT Masters ended a busy season with a high level of competitiveness, confirming the German as one of the most difficult and spectacular GT championships in the world. Among the protagonists also Michele Beretta together with Aaro Vainio: after having signed the best qualifying of the year with the seventh chrono in Q1, the italian-finnish duo was close to finish once again in the Top 10 when the #53 car stopped at the hairpin with the broken clutch on the last lap. The second qualification was a lottery, with the asphalt drying progressively and an indecision in the decisive final phases (just when the track was faster) has relegated the white-black-orange Lamborghini at the end of the grid. A good comeback with an excellent race pace allowed Beretta-Vainio to recover over fifteen positions ending the race in seventeenth place.

Anyway, a positive season finale that showed a clear growth compared to the difficulties of the first races, with Michele Beretta leading the team – thanks to his two years of experience with Lamborghini in the most important international championships – in their first season among GT3 cars; the ADAC GT Masters proved to be a very difficult championship also for a team of great experience and technical expertise such as Team Rosberg, at the top last weekend in an ultra competitive series like the DTM.

With Hockenheim we have closed a year harder than expected but certainly positive – says Beretta – during which the competitiveness of our Lamborghini has improved race after race. We have grown, we have refined the setup of the car and the mechanisms within the team up to conquer the first points and get a breath from the podium in this last race. It was undoubtedly an important experience. I thank all the Team Rosberg that, despite the difficulties of the beginning of the year, has continued to believe in the project and the efforts made have been rewarded by the good performances of the last races. Finally, I thank my partners and sponsors who supported me this season.