AMG DTM C-Class Test Driven by Customer Sports Juniors

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As a reward for their achievements while driving their Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3s in the last two seasons, customer sports juniors Maximilian Buhk and Maximilian Gotz received a prolonged testing session with a DTM C-Class racing car on the Lausitzring racing circuit.

In total, each customers sports junior posted 60 laps on the German DTM track in Eastern Germany, both of them being more than ecited about the event.

Maximilian Buhk:
“It was an absolutely fabulous day and I had a lot of fun testing the DTM Mercedes AMG C-Class. I learned a lot and would like to thank everyone. It really was a super cool experience.”

Maximilian Götz:
“Of course it was mega awesome to get the chance to test the DTM AMG Mercedes C-Class. It’s a dream come true for me and I really enjoyed stepping on the gas and finding my limit. Of course, driving the DTM car felt very new and unfamiliar compared to the SLS AMG GT3 but I felt very much at ease and had a lot of fun. Many thanks again to Mercedes-AMG for giving me this opportunity. I would love to be able to jump straight back in the car and post a few more laps!”

Buhk was the European Champion in the SLS AMG GT3 last year, while Götz won the ADAC Masters championship with the modern racing Gullwing. The 100th victory of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 since the start of the AMG customer sports program in 2010 was also shared by the two juniors, with the pair winning the 24-hour race at Spa-Francorschamps along with Bernd Schneider.
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