Two new talents will race for Team Motopark at the opener of the ADAC Formula 4 championship this weekend: while the Dutchman Leonard Hoogenboom will already be contesting his second season in the highly competitive junior series, the American David Malukas will compete in his rookie year with the support of the Oschersleben-based squad.
When it comes to hundredths of a second, every metre counts. This is why drivers train in simulators until the track becomes second nature to them. Experience a Team Motopark simulation session for yourself.
Team Motopark is proud to announce a new addition to the team’s 2017 Formula 4 line-up. The 15-year-old Belgian Charles Weerts will fight with the Oschersleben-based squad for the rookie title in the German Formula 4 Championship.
Have you ever wondered what drivers get up to away from the cameras over a race weekend? What’s their schedule like, how do they prepare, and what makes them tick? Here, Team Motopark pilot Jonathan Aberdein gives us an exclusive insight in his diary of a race weekend in the United Arab Emirates.
Snow falls, the temperatures are below zero and the streets are icy – it’s wintertime and due to the low temperatures, races are not possible on the circuits in Central and Northern Europe. What does a racing team do when most series are on break? The answer is: Winter revision.
A very special piece of history: The Mercedes 190E 2.5-16V Evo2 is a DTM homologation special with only 500 cars build. And Team Motopark Classics department restored the very last car, number 500 of 500.