Niels Tröger and Joseph Ellerine complete the ADAC GT4 Germany line-up of FK Performance Motorsport.

Published on Tuesday, April 9, 2024

Niels Tröger and Joseph Ellerine complete the ADAC GT4 Germany line-up of FK Performance Motorsport.

The FK Performance Motorsport line-up in the ADAC GT4 Germany is complete. The Bremen-based outfit will line up with four BMW M4 GT4s in the ADAC's highly competitive GT4 racing series. This means that Fabian Finck and Martin Kaemena's racing team will have the largest line-up in the German GT4 racing series.

The North German team has now announced Niels Tröger from Germany and Joseph Ellerine from South Africa as the final driver duo.

Niels Tröger will be making his debut in motor racing this year. So far, he has celebrated many successes in karting, where he made history last year! In 2023, he became the first German in 43 years to win the FIA Kart World Cup. The mechanical engineering student at TU Dresden was the first German to achieve this since Bernd Schneider in 1980. He also won the DMSB Shifter Kart Cup last year, making him the only driver to win the DSKC and the German Kart Championship.

Tröger shares the BMW with South African Joseph Ellerine. Ellerine was also able to gain a lot of experience in karting before gaining experience in GT racing in his home country. Among other things, he took part in the Kyalami 9 Hours when the race was part of the Intercontinental GT Challenge, the unofficial GT3 World Championship.

"We are delighted to complete our ADAC GT4 Germany line-up with Niels and Joseph," said Finck and Kaemena. "Niels is one of Germany's greatest young talents. The fact that he will be competing for FK Performance Motorsport fills us with pride. In general, we are proud of our line-up in the ADAC GT4 Germany - with four strong cars, we are going into the season with an extremely competitive line-up. We are already looking forward to the season!"

Preliminary ADAC GT4 Germany 2024 race calendar:

26/04 - 28/04 - Motorsport Arena Oschersleben

24/05 - 26/05 - Lausitzring

05/07 - 07/07 - Norisring

16/08 - 18/08 - Nürburgring

27.09. - 29.09. - Red Bull Ring (AT)

18.10. - 20.10. - Hockenheim

 

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