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A podium place in this competitive field of the 24H Series is a great accomplishment from the entire team Mercedes-AMG and my teammates.

Positive start for my 2019 season with P2 in the Winter Endurance Kampioenschap with Porsche 991 Cup car and solid work by Circuit Zandvoort to bring 34 cars on the grid.

Thank you for making 2018 colourful on and off track ! I wish you and your loved ones a happy, healthy and prosperous 2019 ! See you on track! Nico

In addition to his career in the field of modern motorsport, Nico Verdonck has become a reputed and highly appreciated driver in the Historic motorsport world. Since his first race in 2014 at Daytona, at the wheel of an awe-inspiring Porsche 935 K1, the Brussels based driver has systematically made a name for himself in this field.

Zolder 24 Hours is the most popular endurance race in Flanders. Last weekend, Nico Verdonck had planned to follow the event from a distance, but a last minute call of Selleslagh Racing Team (SRT) changed everything.

One of the most prestigious endurance events in the world. With an impressive entry of 150 crews – combined with the unique 25-kilometer Nordschleife circuit, the ADAC Zurich Nürburgring 24 Hours is a very special challenge.

On 12th and 13th May Nico Verdonck will be competing in his fifth 24 Hours of the Nürburgring. Representing the Dörr Motorsport formation, the Belgian together with his German teammates Marc Basseng and Manuel Lauck this last Sunday brilliantly finalised their preparation.

Still the race lap record holder in the VLN Championship, Nico Verdonck will once again be back on the Nürburgring’s Nordschleife in this 2018 season. The 32 year old Brussel based driver, ranked Silver on the FIA scale, will be joining the ranks of Dörr Motorsport.

Dear Friends,
Many thanks for your support and the great moments we shared together. I wish you and your family a healthy and joyful 2018! See you soon on track.
Sportive regards, Nico Verdonck