SCG Race Team Prepares for the 24 Hours of Nurburgring at the 2019 6-Hour ADAC Qualifying Race

The SCG Race Team is Back at the Nurburgring Raceway Testing for a 24 Hour Race Win

The American racecar and road car manufacturer Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is back again at the Nurburging raceway with their record winning “SCG 003C” racecar.  This past March, the team finished 1stplace in the SPX race class during the 1stround of the VLN Endurance Championship series, and this this time they’ll be participating in the 6-hour ADAC qualification race on May 19th, as an opportunity to prepare for the 24 Hours of Nurburgring next month.

“This is a great opportunity to test everything for the 24 hour race and tune the set up on our Michelin’s especially should it rain.”  Says company owner Jim Glickenhaus.  “We love racing at The Ring because it teaches us so much and that knowledge really enables us to make race cars for the road.”

Piloting the “SCG 003C” will be French drivers Felipe Fernandez Laser and Frank Mailleux along with German driver Thomas Munch and Swedish driver Andreas Simonsen.  All the drivers have multiple race experiences with the Glickenhaus car at the Nurburgring race facility and overall, the factory Glickenhaus team will be looking not only gain seat time, but also potentially grab another race win in the process.  The low volume car manufacturer will be competing against big rivalries at the 6-hour qualifying race, but with engineering help from Fast Forward Composites, Podium Advance Technologies, and several Nurburgring wins under their belt; the SCG team is looking forward to a positive outcome.

Viewers can watch the live race on Sunday, May 19th on Vimeo here:

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