The 2019 ADAC Nürburgring 24 Hours sees a provisional entry of 160 cars for the twice around the clock event which takes place this year the week after the Le Mans 24 Hours on 22/23 June.
The entry is split into 23 classes with the GT3 based SP9 by far the largest class with 34 entries representing different marques: Audi, BMW (including 1 x Z4 GT3), Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lexus, Mercedes AMG, Nissan and Porsche with the German marques once again fielding an array of factory talent. Add to the overall race winning potential cars a sole SP-X entry for the returning Glickenhaus SCG003.
Four other classes have entries into double figures: SP3 and Cup 5 with 13 apiece, V4 and Cup 3 with 10 apiece.
The new Aston Martin Vantage GT4 has a pair of cars apiece in both SP8T and SP10, the former a pair of factory-backed cars with Darren Turner entered in both the #37 and 37 cars, newly signed Jamie Chadwick in the 37 alongside Alex Brundle and N24 regular Peter Cate, Top Gear’s Chris Harris, factory development driver Chris Goodwin and Christian Gebhardt in the 36. Prosport Performance enters the pair of SP10 cars.