Four weeks after winning the Pro-Am class at the ADAC TotalEnergies 24h Nürburgring, Haupt Racing Team returns to the Nordschleife for the fourth round of the Nürburgring Endurance Series (NLS), also known as the 45th RCM DMV Grenzlandrennen. Team owner Hubert Haupt and Luca Stolz (both GER) will compete in the four-hour race on the 24.358-kilometre track variant with their #6 Mercedes-AMG GT3, which will feature the new livery of mobility partner MERBAG for the first time.
HRT stands for HAUPT RACING TEAM. Formed in July 2020 by racing driver and entrepreneur Hubert Haupt, the team enjoys success in GT3 racing. Among other things, HRT secured the 2021 DTM drivers' championship in just its second motorsport season. HRT lines up with extended works support from Mercedes-AMG in many of the team's outings. The outings and cars are prepared in Meuspath, not far from the Nürburgring. HRT is also involved in professional sim racing and is a sought-after partner for motorsport events of all sorts. HRT can call on a host of experts with a wealth of motorsport and engineering experience, which the diverse motorsport company leverages when implementing technical development projects for and with its partners. The headquarters of Haupt Racing Team GmbH is Grünwald near Munich. The team owner is racing driver and businessman Hubert Haupt. As well as motorsport, Haupt is primarily known as a successful property developer. With his real estate company, he implements high-quality living and building concepts in southern Germany – from innovative buildings to complete districts.