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Patrick Wagner (li.) und Daniel Schellhaas (re.)

Who we are

We develop performance - This philosophy is reflected in all areas at W&S Motorsport. Development, progress, innovation, performance and team spirit are the central pillars that W&S Motorsport focuses on. Continuous development of the team, drivers and vehicles are our key to success. In addition to the racing team, W&S Motorsport GmbH operates a car repair shop and develops equipment for the needs around cars and motorsports

Only with a motivated team and hard teamwork the maximum development of performance is possible. The resulting performance wins championships! Daniel Schellhaas - CEO

AVIA W&S Motorsport #31 am Sachsenring
AVIA W&S Motorsport with chance of victory in ADAC GT4 Germany at Sachsenring

At the penultimate round of the 2022 ADAC GT4 Germany season at the Sachsenring from 23-25 September, the W&S Motorsport driver pairings of Max Kronberg and Hendrik Still (#30) and Finn Zulauf and Nicolaj Møller Madsen (#31) put in an impressive performance and were rewarded with points for four top 10 finishes.

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Scheerbarth, Jahn, Blickle
W&S Motorsport with a superb class win and another class podium at the 12h Nürburgring

The sixth round of the Nürburgring Endurance Series was held as a 12h race for the first time. AVIA W&S Motorsport claimed class victory with the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup 992 #120 and reduced the gap to first place in Cup 2 in the Porsche Endurance Trophy Nürburgring (PETN) to just 4.5 points. 

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W&S Motorsport Fahrer Still, Kronberg, Loboda, Solukovtsev (von links)
Two pole positions, two class wins and two Pro-Am podiums for W&S Motorsport at their home race at the Hockenheimring

Perfect weekend for W&S Motorsport at the fifth round of the GT4 European Series at Hockenheim. The team from Ofterdingen finished on the podium in both races at their home race with both Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport and collected important points for the championship. Andrey Solukovtsev and Mikhail Loboda (#37) took two wins in the Am class and took the lead in the Am classification.

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