Nürburgring, 29 August 2020 - Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus celebrates a strong debut of the new SCG004C at the famous Nürburgring race, finishing 14th overall among the GT3 vehicles.
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus celebrates a strong debut of the new SCG 004C at the famous Nürburgring race, finishing 14th overall among the GT3 vehicles racing at the 48th ADAC TOTAL 24 Hours. In a field of nearly one hundred cars filled with some of the most prestigious car makes in the world - Audi, Mercedes, BMW, Porsche, and various other marques, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has finished in 14th place overall at the end of the race, while not few top-contenders haven’t even seen the chequered flag.
The SCG 004C finishes the race as the first car not made by a German manufacturer and the only privateer in the top 20.
With a bit of re-engineering since the first test race at the 6 Hours of Nürburgring at the end of August, the SCG 004C driven by Thomas Mutsch, Franck Mailleux, Felipe Laser Fernandez, and Richard Westbrook has established itself in the top 20 as the best non-SP9 car all along the race, from the early hours of Saturday afternoon through the morning after, overcoming the general bad weather conditions all over the circuit.
The SGC 004C, developed and built by Podium Advanced Technologies, also claimed the class win for finishing the race as the lone SP-X-class entry.
The 004C engine has been started for the first time on February, only 14 months after the kick off of the development work: in terms of reliability an outstanding outcome for Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus and Podium Advanced Technologies, official supplier of racing services.