Since making its Fanatec GT debut in 2019, Dinamic Motorsport has established itself among the strongest teams on the grid, enjoying particular success in long-distance Endurance Cup events.
The Reggio Emilia-based Porsche squad won on debut at Monza and secured further triumphs in 2020, 2021, and at the final round of the 2022 campaign. Indeed, with four Endurance Cup victories in the past four seasons, Dinamic Motorsport has been the standout performer during this period.
But, in 2023, the team will undergo a significant change. Dinamic Motorsport is set to depart the paddock, with its place taken by a new entity: Dinamic GT.
Much about the team will be familiar, including its logo, the fluorescent green colouring, and the choice of #54. It is, however, an entirely new structure that has been established to manage the expanding and increasingly complex GT3 programme.
The team has moved into a new workshop, though much of the crew that helped to make Dinamic Motorsport a success has transferred over. The new outfit will retain the connection with Porsche, too, choosing to field the Stuttgart brand's new 911 GT3-R.
An assault on Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS is part of its plans, though an exact programme is yet to be defined. The Dinamic Motorsport operation will continue to run in series such as Porsche Carrera Cup Italy and the Porsche Supercup.
Dinamic GT will join its rivals on-track at the official Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS test days at Circuit Paul Ricard on 7-8 March. The 2023 campaign launches at Monza – a circuit where Dinamic Motorsport earned two victories – on 21-23 April.