CREVENTIC celebrates new partnership with Anton Häring KG by renaming pole position awarded to GT and TCE drivers in 2021.
Pole position in the 24H SERIES powered by Hankook is set to be renamed in honour of a new series sponsor. Teams and drivers in both the GT and TCE divisions will now compete for the Häring Pole Position as part of a tribute to new series sponsor, Anton Häring KG.
Founded in 1961 by its namesake, Anton Häring KG promotes itself as one of the leading partners ‘in precision components’ and sub-assemblies in large and medium scale for different industries, especially for the automotive industry. Areas of specialty for the family business, with locations in Germany, Poland, China, the USA and Tunisia, include drives, injection systems, steering, transmissions, ABS systems and sensor technology with upwards of 2.5 million parts machined at the company’s headquarters in Bubsheim, Germany, on a daily basis. Häring has also pushed development of e-mobility under it’s ‘Think it. Believe it. Achieve it’ tagline.
The Häring Pole Position will be awarded from the Hankook 12H CIRCUIT PAUL RICARD onwards for the remainder of the 2021 season and potentially beyond.
Ole Dörlemann, CREVENTIC’s sporting coordinator: “This is a partnership we have been working on for some time now, and our team is delighted that it has finally come to fruition. In one form or another, Anton Häring KG has been associated with CREVENTIC for some time now and is an enormous supporter of the 24H SERIES. We hope the new Häring Pole Position tribute will help build a long-lasting working relationship between our two companies.”
Anton Häring KG CEO Dr. Jürgen Häring is of course no stranger to CREVENTIC and the 24H SERIES. The German made his GT3 debut in the series with Attempto Racing at the 2017 Hankook 24H DUBAI, and one year later, already had a class win under his belt courtesy of an SP4-class victory at the wheel of Manthey Racing’s new generation Porsche 991 GT3 R. The day of days would come in 2020 though when Häring, together with compatriots Michael Joos, Tim Müller, Marco Seefried, and ‘Bobby Gonzales’, took outright victory at that year’s Hankook 24H PORTIMAO for Herberth Motorsport. One round later, Häring repeated the outright victory – again with Gonzales and now alongside team principal Alfred Renauer – at the Hankook 12H MONZA.
Further details surrounding CREVENTIC’s sponsorship program can be found HERE.