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Well-known and new faces for Leipert Motorsport in the GT4 European Series: In addition to Luci Trefz / Marcus Paverud, the experienced team is also being strengthened with the duo Max Koebolt / Jan Kisiel. Leipert Motorsport wants to be in the game with the two Silver pairings in 2019 when it comes to awarding the championship trophy.


Wegberg, Germany - Sunday, 03.03.2019

In less than six weeks, the new season of the GT4 European Series begins, which will again be held this year as part of the Blancpain GT Series. Leipert Motorsport is getting ready with two new driver pairings, both of which will compete in the Silver category. The goal for the new season - clearly defined: The championship title!


Koebolt and Jan Kisiel - two fast youngsters with the AMG GT4

first of the two Mercedes AMG GT4s will be shared by Silver pilots Jan Kisiel (24, Poland) and Max Koebolt (21, Netherlands).  While Kisiel already started in 2017 for Leipert Motorsport in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo, Max Koebolt is a new member of the team. Koebolt got his first taste of GT4 air after his kart career in 2017 and promptly became Pirelli Junior Cup Champion and GT4 European Series Champion. With Jan Kisiel at his side - who claimed the championship in the first year of the Audi Sport TT Cup - he has a worthy teammate at his side. The two youngsters want to create a furore at the top together.

Well-known and new faces: Marcus Paverud joins 17-year-old Luci Trefz

Marcus Paverud (19, Norway) competed in last year's GT4 season with Leipert Motorsport.  After his very strong acclimatisation year with podium finishes in the GT4 European Series and the 24h Series, the Norwegian now is ready to kick it off! With lots of ambition in the bag he will go into the championship. His new team mate: Luci Trefz. Last year, the 16-year-old was still sitting behind the wheel of his kart. With the runner-up title of the ADAC Kart Masters, the young driver already caused a stir. Now the switch into the GT cockpit takes place. Paverud and Trefz want one thing above all else this season: to show the "old hand" who is the leader of the pack!

Ambition, Strength of Purpose and Team spirit - The way to the victory chess procession

The level of the GT4 European Series has grown constantly. Starting grids of up to 40 and more cars were standard last year.  To challenge the others, you need more than just a fast car.

With a good driver combination, many years of motorsport know-how and the right ambition in his bag Leipert Motorsport wants to be involved in the title decision. With MOTUL as a strong partner behind, the new season will start rapidly in just a few weeks.

The GT4 European Series will kick off with the Italian race circuit at Monza in around six weeks' time (12-14 April 2019).