After the final round of this season’s Nürburgring Endurance Series (NLS) was cancelled due to the current situation with the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s champions have now been crowned. The title goes to 2018 winners Christopher Rink, Danny Brink and Philipp Leisen, who dominated the V4 class over the course of the season’s five races. As a result, their BMW 325i will again sport the number one next year. Pixum CFN Team Adrenalin Motorsport, with team principal Matthias Unger, claimed its third title in a row. In 2019, it was David Griessner and Yannick Fübrich who took their place on the top step of the podium. Although the duo came up short of overall victory this time, they still had cause for celebration; together with their team-mate Florian Naumann, Griessner and Fübrich took victory in the SP10 class in the #1 BMW M4 GT4. As well as triumphs in the V4 and SP10 classes, Pixum CFN Team Adrenalin Motorsport also celebrated victory in the VT2 class, in which Robert van Husen ended the season with the most points in his BMW 330i.
First place in the top class, SP9 Pro, also went to a BMW driver. David Pittard from the Walkenhorst Motorsport team was the most successful starter over the entire season in the BMW M6 GT3. A further two titles went to BMW M Customer Racing drivers: in the SP4 class, Uwe Stockhausen was top dog in his BMW 325i, and in the V2 class, Manfred Schmitz and Reiner Thomas took the title in their BMW 318iS.