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For the crew of the Zimmermann-Porsche Cayman in class VT3, there was every reason to celebrate after the finish. Once again, the car entered by Mathol Racing had seen the chequered flag and won the class. Over the distance, the vehicle again showed outstanding stand-up qualities as usual and impressed with its reliability.
The Zimmermann-Porsche Cayman in the VT3 class is still well in the race after 16 hours. The quartet of drivers survived the start phase and the long night in the Eifel well. Eight hours before the end, the Porsche entered by Mathol Racing is still fighting for the classification group win in the near-series cars.
Zimmermann will compete in the 2023 24h race at the Nürburgring with partner Mathol Racing. The Zimmermann Porsche Cayman will be entered in the VT3 class.