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  • Podium finish for start of the season

    Good start The 2014 Formel ADAC season has produced its first winner: Mikkel Jensen (19, Denmark, Neuhauser Racing) won the first race in the etropolis Motorsport Arena Oschersleben, finishing 3.648 seconds up on second-placed Maximilian Günther (16, Germany, ADAC Berlin-Brandenburg e.V.). Series rookie Tim Zimmermann (17, Germany, Neuhauser Racing) achieved a podium at his first…

  • Countdown to new season

    Reigning vice-champion in Formel ADAC The wait will be over in two weeks’ time: Maximilian Günther will start the new season with his foot flat down hard on the throttle. The 16-year-old will be contesting his second year in Formel ADAC. His debut in the junior series was extremely successful: In 2013, with two wins…

  • Maxi latest recruit to Deutsche Post Speed Academy

    Extra boost for the coming season Maximilian Günther will have another strong partner at his side for the 2014 season: The 16-year-old has been admitted to the squad sponsored by the Deutsche Post Speed Academy. “I am extremely proud that the Deutsche Post Speed Academy sees potential in me and have accepted me on their…

  • Fully confident

    Peter Mücke: Maxi is a title contender Team Mücke Motorsport will be fielding five drivers in the hunt for the title when the new Formel ADAC season opens in four weeks’ time at the etropolis Motorsport Arena Oschersleben. Last year’s runner-up Maximilian Günther will be in the front line for the squad from Germany’s capital…

  • 2013 will be remembered for a long time

    Maximilian Günther’s season What was your personal highlight of 2013? Well, my two victories at the Lausitzring, most definitely. It was my team’s home race, Mücke Motorsport, and my best moment of the season. I secured double pole and achieved the wins comfortably. What goals did you set yourself for this season, and would you…