Dinamic GT Huber Racing has announced its first driver line-up for the 2023 Fanatec GT Europe campaign.
The Porsche outfit is an offshoot of the successful Dinamic Motorsport squad, with additional support now coming from Huber Racing. It retains the traditional green and black colours used since joining the series in 2019 and will continue to compete as #54.
In the Fanatec GT Sprint Cup, Christian Engelhart and Adrien de Leener will extend their partnership into a third season. The pairing scored a best finish of fifth in the 2021 finale at Valencia and were sixth in last season's trip to Zandvoort.
Engelhart will also contest the Endurance Cup in the #54 Porsche alongside Sven Müller and Ayhancan Güven. Engelhart and Müller were teammates for Dinamic Motorsport in 2020, taking victory at the Nürburgring, while Engelahrt also won for the squad at Monza in 2021.
Güven is a new addition to the team but comes with a formidable reputation. The Turkish racer contested last year's CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa and is also set to run the Fanatec GT Sprint Cup for series newcomer Pure Rxcing.
The new Dinamic GT Huber Racing alliance has big shoes to fill: its forerunner Dinamic Motorsport won its very first race at Monza in 2019 and is the only team in Fanatec GT Europe history to earn overall race victories in four consecutive Endurance Cup seasons.
The #54 is one of three cars set to be run by the squad this term, with additional Silver and Bronze entries in Endurance and a Bronze challenger in Sprint. The 2023 campaign begins with an Endurance Cup race at Monza on 21-23 April, while the Sprint campaign gets under way at Brands Hatch on 13-14 May