The drivers and teams competing in the Endurance Proto grid this weekend – in the LMP3, NP02, CN and EVO classes – will battle it out over a four-hour race at the Hockenheimring on Sunday afternoon.
After a stint at Le Castellet to open the 2022 season, the Alsatian Pegasus Racing team is back at it again, a few dozen kilometres from its base, with its n°23 Ligier JS P320, driven by driver-patroller Julien Schell and Thibault Ehrhart. The duo had managed to climb onto the podium at Le Castellet and are looking forward to playing a leading role against the Graff’s n°16 Ligier JS P320, whose crew has changed slightly. LMP3 championship leaders Umberto d’Amato and Lucca Allen will be joined by Fabrice Rossello, who has already competed in LMP3 in the past as well as in single-seaters with Pascal Rauturier’s team.
- With Mathys Jaubert and Frédéric Crouillet winning the overall classification at the wheel of the Nova CN n°72 of ANS Motorsport, the LMP3s have no room for error against the CNs. The duo from the team led by driver boss Nicolas Schatz can also claim the overall Proto crown.
- Mathys Jaubert and Frédéric Crouillet lead the CN ranking by a short margin ahead of the Palmyr drivers, Philippe Mondolot and Christophe Kubryk.
- With a podium finish at the beginning of the season, Dylan and Alban Nerguti, accompanied by Stéphane Ortelli, have the potential to offer the Nerguti team a first success this season in Proto.
- After his victory at Misano in the DB Autosport Nova Proto NP02, Jordan Perroy will make his debut in Germany, alongside the son of Daniel Bassora, team manager, Quentin Bassora.