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Continuing the winning streak

Zimmermann-Porsche Cayman at race 4 of the Nürburgring Langstrecken-Serie

The season of the Nürburgring Langstrecken-Serie (NLS) has hardly begun when it is already half time. The Covid-19 pandemic provides for many new experiences this year. Only five weeks after the delayed start of the season, the 43rd RCM DMV Grenzlandrennen is the fourth NLS race of the year.

Zimmermann and Mathol Racing are bringing the successful Zimmermann-Porsche 718 Cayman S in class VT3 (start number 474) to the start for the 4-hour race. In the cockpit of the 474 the regular drivers Wolfgang Weber and Alex Fielenbach take turns. The aim is clear! Team boss Matthias Holle: "We want to celebrate the next class victory in class VT3. In addition, we're aiming for another victory in the classification group. Car and driver should be able to do so."

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