Team75 Motorsport realigns its programs for 2024

7 Nov. 2023 • 16:41
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Immediately after the 2023 motorsport season, Team75 Motorsport is setting the course for the future: the team of team boss and owner Timo Bernhard is realigning itself and ending its involvement in the DTM. The team from Landstuhl has been able to set an example in the renowned racing series in the last two years with two victories, several podium places and a pole position.


“The DTM was an immense step for our family-based team. It also meant maximum commitment for myself,” said the two-time endurance world champion and overall Le Mans winner, explaining this step. Timo Bernhard looks back on 20 years in the Porsche works driver squad and is now an ambassador for the brand from Zuffenhausen. “Finding the right balance between leading the team and my tasks as a Porsche brand ambassador was a big challenge – both tasks require my full concentration. My responsibility towards the team and the people is very important to me. In addition, the necessary budget cannot currently be represented to meet my high standards for the DTM project. That’s why we decided to take this step, which is difficult for us,” explains the 42-year-old.


Timo Bernhard continues to hold the reins as team owner. His sister Jennifer Leising will continue to support him in the future. She was already constantly on site as a team manager in the DTM and will from now on take on more of the duties of a team boss in order to provide Timo Bernhard with significant support.


From now on, Team75 Motorsport will be involved in the Porsche one-make cups with the 911 GT3 Cup as well as in other customer racing areas such as the Porsche Sports Cup for ambitious amateur drivers. Another focus is on even more intensive promotion of young talent, for example in karting.


“We will make our know-how and our experience with the Porsche 911 GT3 R from the DTM but also the newly formed Porsche team Phantom Global Racing in the GT World Challenge Asia and support them with advice and support,” says Bernhard who refers to planned collaborations and partnerships, which also include the personnel area. “We are reorienting ourselves, but Team75 remains active in motorsport,” emphasizes Timo Bernhard. “Of course we will continue to follow the DTM closely.”


Further information will follow in due course.


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