Former F1 pilot Caterham Guido van der garde is able to resume his racing career this season on the stages of the ADAC GT Masters.
The Dutchman previously admitted that his career in Formula 1 came to an end as soon as he filed a lawsuit against the Sauber team for the failure of the Swiss of the terms of the agreement.
This week, van der garde took part in the tests, held in Hockenheim, where he worked with a team HTP Motorsport behind the wheel of a Bentley Continental GT3. It is possible that with the support of the factory team Guido will speak at the closing stages of the season, the ADAC GT Masters in Germany.
The leader of the team HTP Norbert Bruckner said in an interview with our website: “We’ve worked with him on the tests on Tuesday, and we loved working with him – he impressed us a lot. I think he had fun. Now we want to give him a chance to compete in the race. This could happen in the two final stages of the GT Masters”.
At the last tests in Hockenheim, in addition to van der garde worked and Jules Szymkowiak that represents the HTP team in the Blancpain Sprint series.
Recall that during the Grand Prix of Australia Guido van der garde was filed in a local court against the team Sauber, demanding to provide him with a seat behind the wheel of one of the cars under the current contract. The Dutch eventually abandoned their claims, agreeing on the amount of compensation that he paid a team of Henville.
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