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The ADAC GT Masters will enter 2018 with a full capacity grid. A total of 23 teams have secured entries for the 2018 season, totalling 37 GT3 cars from 8 different manufacturers.

The 2018 grid will include Audi, BMW, Corvette, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes, Porsche and Honda. The new NSX GT3, known as the Acura NSX in North American competition, joins the grid along with a welcome return from Ferrari.

The teams competing include not only the champions of the past three years (Callaway Competition, Montaplast by Land Motorsports and Zakspeed) but also some returnees and others preparing for an exciting debut. Team Rosberg (DTM champions), Phoenix Racing and Car Collection Motorsport are making a series comeback.

Honda Racing, EFP by TECE, i.s.r racing, TEAM RING POLICE and AutoArena Motorsport will all make their ADAC GT Masters debut in 2018.

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ADAC GT Masters is one of those series that everybody knows about, but doesn’t watch. You should start watching it. The series started live streaming an English language version of the coverage during 2017, making it more accessible to those outside of Germany. The coverage is excellent, the racing is fantastic, the cars and teams are top quality, and the tracks are great.

As a German series, it has the circuits you’d expect – Nurburgring, Hockenheimring, Red Bull Ring and Zandvoort. But it has a few little secrets that some may not be as familiar with – Sachsenring is a fantastic circuit, and in 2018 the series will travel to Autodrom Most in the Czech Republic. So if you fancy some more GT3 action, you’ll struggle to find anything better than ADAC GT Masters.

Catch up on the 2017 GT Masters season on tRL TV.

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