( Motorsport-Total. com)– The indications were appealing, however according to details from ‘Motorsport-Total. com’ there is problem in the DTM return of Nicki Thiim in the Aston Martin Vantage GT3, which is prepared after T3 Motorsport left.
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Aston Martin Vantage GT3 at the Nürburgring? Not in the DTM
The Dane will absolutely miss out on the start of the 2nd half of the season, which takes location at the Nürburgring in a week’s time. Financial problems might be the factor.
Previously, visitors begin– among them at the Nürburgring– and the driver of the works of Aston Martin was prepared for this season. Even a 2nd vehicle with a pilot to bring cash was a concern.
Again no T3 Lamborghini initially
The DTM would for that reason delight in a seventh brand name, after strategies were currently made prior to the season to assist Thiim make his DTM launching in the Aston Martin Vantage GT3.
But that is not the only occasion to be canceled prior to the 2nd half of the season starts: Thiim’s previous group T3 Motorsport will likewise not be at the start of the 2nd half of the season at the Nürburgring. According to details from ‘Motorsport-Total. com’, the group has currently formally canceled the next DTM weekend.
The group from Dresden, which is dealing with monetary problems, has actually been quiet considering that the Imola weekend– it is just a dedication in the ADAC GT Masters with driver Maximilian Paul, whose daddy Tobias Paul is one of the 3 investors of T3 Motorsport. He continues the job with his child under the name Paul Motorsport.
That’s the charge for T3 Motorsport
In other words: For each lack, the fines that T3 Motorsport needs to pay to the umbrella company DTM ITR boost: With the business contract signed with ITR prior to the season, they devoted to take part in all the occasions of the season. and 2 cars.
Every time you stop working to comply, you need to pay 40,000 euros per vehicle. That might amount to an overall of 240,000 euros after the 3rd weekend without a T3 group. If you do not drive at all this season, which professionals state is not likely, you will need to move practically half a million euros.
This implies that 27 cars will be at the start of the Nürburgring. Since with 17- year-old DTM Trophy novice Theo Oeverhaus, who will contend in Walkenhorst-BMW together with Marco Wittmann and Esteban Muth, the traditional series with the youngest driver in DTM history can eagerly anticipate the start of the newbies.