Porsche will be represented with 4 cars in the ADAC GT Masters 2018.
The Ring Police team was the first out to announce their drivers. Jan-Erik Slooten and Lucas Luhr are racing with the newly formed team, who bought a Porsche 911 GT3 R for this upcoming season.
KÜS Team75 Bernhard announced their four drivers during December and January, and other than team owner Timo Bernhard, the talents in the shape of Kevin Estre, Adrien de Leener and Klaus Bachler will be racing for the team.
The fourth and final line-up was announced today. Precote Herberth Motorsport will line-up the natural choice of Robert Renauer as one of the drivers, while Porsche works driver Mathieu Jaminet will support him.
Precote Herberth Motorsport is owned by the twin brothers Alfred and Robert Renauer, and therein lies the non-surprise of Robert being one of the drivers. Robert and Mathieu already shared at car at the opening round of the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship at Daytona in January this year for Wright Motorsports, so they have already worked together.
The ADAC GT Masters starts on 13-15 April at the Oschersleben track near Magdeburg.