Niklas Krütten produced an impressive display in the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe: together with his Australian team-mate in the BMW M4 GT3, Calan Williams, the 20-year-old from Trier celebrated winning the title in the Gold Cup, two podiums, and their best overall result of the year.
20-year-old Niklas Krütten was at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spain last weekend for the penultimate round of the 2023 Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe. The man from Trier and his team-mates Calan Williams (AUS) and Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer (FRA) finished fourth in the Gold Cup and 21st overall at the 4.675-kilomtre track in the northeast of Spain.
20-year-old Niklas Krütten started in the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe at Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia last weekend. The driver from Trier and his Australian team-mate Calan Williams showed impressive pace in their BMW M4 GT3 at the 4.005-kilometre track in the east of Spain. However, collisions in the early stages of both races, through no fault of their own, put an early end to any hopes of victory.
Trier-based racing driver Niklas Krütten once again produced an impressive drive in the Nürburgring Endurance Series. Having been denied a possible victory by a technical issue on Saturday, Krütten and his team-mate Dylan Pereira celebrated second place on Sunday.
Niklas Krütten produced an impressive display in the GT World Challenge Europe in Hockenheim: the 20-year-old from Trier and his Australian team-mate Calan Willians claimed their best overall result of the season, guiding their BMW M4 GT3 to fifth place and victory in the Gold Cup in Saturday’s race.
Another podium for Niklas Krütten in race eight of the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe. The 20-year-old WRT driver from Trier battled his way to third place in the Gold Cup alongside Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer (FRA) and Calan Williams (AUS) at the Nürburgring at the weekend.