ADAC GT4 Germany

The ADAC GT4 Germany is a German automobile racing series, most of which is held in Germany. The races are held as part of the ADAC GT Masters, but GT4 cars are used instead of GT3 cars. The championship was held for the first time in 2019. The racing series is mainly considered to be a starting point for young and ambitious drivers, aiming for personal development and experience. Eligible to compete are drivers who have been awarded a Silver or Bronze classification by the FIA, the world governing body for motorsport. Each race weekend the ADAC GT4 Championship helds two races, each lasting about an hour with a driver change in the middle of the race. In total, two drivers are sharing a cockpit.