Motor Show Racing Experience will celebrate its ADAC Prototype Cup Germany titles

In the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Hauser family is considered to be a motorsport institution! For 25 years, Christian Hauser has claimed several victories and titles on the circuit, but also in hill climbs. He passed his passion for racing on to his sons David and Gary. At the end of the 2023 season, Racing Experience, the family structure, won the Drivers’ and Teams’ titles in ADAC Prototype Cup Germany, a competition reserved for LMP3 cars, and among its competitors were highly competitive teams as DKR Engineering, BWT Mücke Motorsport, Rinaldi Racing, Frikadelli Racing Team or Konrad Motorsport!

“Simply put: this was a perfect season, and our Duqueine D08 LMP3, which was driven by Gary Hauser and Markus Pommer, performed faultlessly”, comments Christian Hauser. “With only one car capable of claiming a top spot in the overall classification, Racing Experience managed to win the teams’ title! I am very proud of these results, which demonstrate the full potential of our team. The championship has just ended at the Nürburgring, and at the International Motor Show Luxembourg we will celebrate our titles!”

That means that the Duqueine D08 LMP3 will be in the spotlight in the Racing Experience area and that the entire Hauser family will be happy to meet its fans.

The Luxembourg company will also present the Elektra X racing simulator, which has the important feature of being equipped with a data acquisition system. “This is a great development since it allows each run to be analysed together with the driver, and to pinpoint areas for improvement”, continues Christian Hauser. “It is therefore possible for a team like ours to evaluate a driver before he even gets behind the wheel of the car. As technology continues to evolve, this is nothing less than the best training simulator for single-seaters, circuits or rallying. Visitors to the International Motor Show will be able to witness this on our stand.”

Last but not least, the Classic Experience structure, dedicated to vintage cars, will exhibit some of its creations at IMS Luxembourg, including an Alpine A110 and a Chevrolet Bel Air, in addition to the Hauser H1, a roadster which was created during the 90s by Jean-Claude Hauser, the late brother of Christian. Only one example was built, equipped with a BMW engine.

Even though it is time for celebrations for the people of Racing Experience, preparations for the 2024 season have already begun. Among the possible projects are the ADAC Prototype Cup Germany, obviously, but also the European Le Mans Series and the Michelin Le Mans Cup. 

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