GruppeM Racing is coming to the 2021 DTM with Mercedes-AMG Zoom
The yellow Mercedes-AMG was an overall victorious vehicle in almost every race in the IGTC in which it took part. In 2019 Maximilian Buhk and AMG escaped the titles in the unofficial GT3 World Championship only due to a bitter technical defect at the season finale, the 9 Hours of Kyalami.
Further successes include pole and victory at the 2018 Suzuka 10 Hours, victory at the FIA GT World Cup in Macau 2019, a pole position at the 2019 Bathurst 12 Hours and numerous podium positions. In 2020, the team temporarily put its activities on hold in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gerhard Berger can finally announce his first fixed registration for the GT3 DTM. He already noted two weeks ago that one or more Mercedes teams had “not only registered, but registered”. The announcement is now followed by actions.
“We are proud and excited to be the first team from Hong Kong to compete in the DTM,” says team principal Kenny Chen. It certifies DTM motorsport at the highest level and a “great history”.
“It’s a big challenge, but we’re happy to take it,” said Chen. “We are approaching it with great ambition and a high level of self-confidence. I am very happy to continue working with Mercedes-AMG. We are ready for the DTM adventure!”