After a one-year break, the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS returns to the Nürburgring this season for a three-hour Endurance Cup race. This means that the world's largest GT series will be coming to the Eifel with an international field of starters.
Eight manufacturers are represented in the expected field of more than 50 cars, including the German heavyweights Audi, BMW, Mercedes-AMG and Porsche. The best-known participant is nine-time motorbike world champion Valentino Rossi, who will be driving a BMW M4 GT3 (turbo in-line six-cylinder with 3 litres of displacement and up to 590 hp) for WRT.
The highlight is the three-hour race, which will start at 14.45 on Sunday, 30 July.