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Drivers
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Team
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Goal - the DTM Title!

The Drivers

Mirko Bortolotti

Date of Birth: 10.01.1990
Nationality: ITA
Career Highlights: 2-time 24 Hours of Daytona Winner (2018, 2019), Winner of the 12 Hours of Sebring (2019), ADAC GT Masters Rank 2 (2019), ADAC GT Masters Rank 5 (2021) DTM 2022, Assen (Rank 2)
Strengths:
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Bortolotti
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Ineichen

Rolf Ineichen

Date of Birth: 2.5.1978
Nationality: CH
Career Highlights: 2-time 24 Hours of Daytona Winner (2018, 2019), Winner of the 12 Hours of Sebring (2019)
Strengths:
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Clemens Schmid

Date of Birth: 18.08.1990
Nationality: AUT
Career Highlights: Competed in ADAC GT Masters (2010, 2015, 1018, 2020) and various other GT3 Series and races (Blancpain GT3, Endurance Cup,..)
Strengths:
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Deledda

Alessio Deledda

Date of Birth: 10.12.1994
Nationality: ITA
Career Highlights: Competed in Formula 3 (2010 and 2020) and in Formula 2 (2021)
Strengths:
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The Car

Lamborghini Huracan GT3

500-620
HP
500 Nm
Max torque
2.5 kg / HP
Power/Weight ratio

ENGINE
90° V10 DOHC
4 valves per cylinder
Race power approx.: 500-620 HP (variably adjustable with restrictors) Max torque approx.: 500 Nm Displacement: 5200 cc Power/Weight ratio: 2.5 kg / Hp   Fuel Tank Capacity: 120L

TRANSMISSION
Rear-wheel drive
Sequential 6-speed gearbox with shift paddles

SUSPENSION
Independent double wishbone suspension with Ohlins damper units

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Engine
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GT3
Specs
Tire Front: 325/65/18
Tire Rear: 325/71/18
Material of Chassis: Aluminium
Bodywork: Full Carbon Composite  
Length: 4473 mm
Width: 2050 mm
Wheelbase: 2660 mm
Track Width: Front 1715 Rear 1685 mm
Weight: 1235 kg

The Team behind the scenes

Gottfried Grasser

Gottfried Gasser, who was born in Leoben, Styria, on 8 December 1978, began karting in 1997. He raced in Formula König in 1999 and 2000, finishing third in the rookie standings in 1999. In 2001 and 2002, Grasser was a member of Team Ghinzani, making a valuable contribution to their German F3 campaign. The Austrian also test-drove their Formula 3000 car as well as a model from Minardi. After taking over his parents Mazda dealership, he eventually retired from single-seater racing.

In 2004, Grasser began the development of the Grasser-Ultima GTR, a next-generation model of the Ultima GTR which had been introduced in 1999 and had successfully raced in various championships. After building and test driving the kit car, Grasser concluded that the car would have to be completely modified in order to compete successfully, which indeed it was, including refitting with a specially developed Porsche engine.

Gottfried Grasser decided continue his successful path alongside the racetrack. In 2011 Gottfried Grasser founded GRT as a small outfit with an ambitious goal - to become one of the top-class teams in sports car racing. More than a decade of relentless work and determination later, they have turned GRT into a household name in international motorsports.

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Grasser