The budding young Indian race car driver Aditya Patel will once more step into the ‘Green Hell’ the nickname earned by the Nurburgring track in Germany. It doesn't seem to bother the youngster, because every time he stepped onto the track, he had gotten away with pretty good results. To be even more specific, Aditya won one race in the Volkswagen Scirocco Cup in 2011 on the same track, and got a 3rd place in the second race as well, and he also gained a division win in the 24 hour Nurburgring last year, that was in 2012. So that proves that the young gun has no problems stepping in again.
This time he will be representing the Audi India team, and will be driving his R8 LMS Ultra in the ADAC GT Masters of 2013. But the race will not commence on the old Nordschleife trail, it will be conducted on the new Grand Prix path instead. The MS team is on tenterhooks that the event will run smoothly, because Aditya in not the only veteran driver in the crew, his team player is none other than the 2011 runner up of the amateur class of the ADAC GT Masters, Daniel Dobitsch.
Till now these two drivers have somehow managed to perk up their tempo, by finishing in 6th place at Sachsenring’s race 1, which can be considered as their greatest conclusion of this term. So getting a spot on the ‘Green Hell’ will not pose to be a problem.
Aditya stated that, he is contented with the advancement till now. He also said that, the engineers and team workers have put in tremendous work to, modify the car for him and his teammate, so that it runs as it ought to. He further added that for each track a new game plan has to be sketched, and by far the team has done it for them, which has made his and his teammates work easier. He and Daniel also have a very understanding liaison, and they would be sharing each other information, which will help them immensely.