Dejong Off-road Cars will make its first foray into the Off Road Car Racing Championship, taking on the new-generation Mercedes-AMG GT3 RS in the final round of the World Championship.
The event will take place at the Circuit de la Frontera in Valencia on March 10 and will air on Fox Sports 2, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
The Off-Ramp Racing series is currently running in Europe, Asia, North America, South America and Africa, with events in Asia, the Middle East and Africa scheduled to kick off next year.
The season will run from May 5-17.
The Mercedes-Benz GT3RS, which will be powered by the brand’s new turbocharged engine, will make history in the off-roader category by completing the record-breaking performance of the Porsche 918 Spyder in the 2017 Le Mans 24 Hours.
It is the first car to go from 0-60 mph in 4.2 seconds, and the first Porsche to do so since the Porsche 911 Turbo S in 1998.
Dejong Off Road Cars, a series that has taken part in the World Championships for the past 12 years, has already made history in Europe by placing third in the Le Mans class, with its Porsche 919 Spyder.
It also holds the record for the fastest Porsche to complete a lap in the 918.
In the GT3, the BMW Z4 GT3 R will be competing in the first-ever Off-roaded Car Championship, as will the BMW M4 GT4 R and the Porsche Cayenne GT4 RS.
The first of its kind, the Off Highway Car Championship will take its first trip to the U.S. with the arrival of Mercedes-BMW GTR GT3 in 2018.
In 2019, the German marque will take on the Porsche GT3 Cup Series, with the Porsche Panamera R in 2020.
The German marques GT3 and GTR will join the lineup of Mercedes’ new off-the-shelf GT3-R and GT3 Clubsport models, which is a first for the GT series.
The Porsche Panameras will make their debuts in the OffRoad Championship.
The Porsche Cayennes will also make their debut in 2019, and Mercedes-Porsche GT3 will make an appearance in 2020 as well.
Dejong will host the event for the first time in 2018, with a total of four cars scheduled to participate.
The series will also host the Mercedes-Bora Racing GT3 at the 2018 Auto Club International show, the second event of the season, on February 28 and 29.
The second-generation Porsche Panamella will be the first off-wheel race car to take part in a full-time Off-Season Series event, with two of its cars also scheduled to appear in the series.
Porsche’s first-generation Panamellas will be a testbed for the 2018 model year.
In 2019, Mercedes-Willemot will host an Off-season Championship event in Valencia, Spain, which also features a full Porsche GT-R LM GT3 race, and an OffRoad Cup Series event in Spain, on April 12.
In 2020, Porsche will compete in the Formula Renault 3.5 World Championship at Le Mans with a GT3 car, as well as the Offroad Championship, which was announced for 2019.
De Jong will be joined by the Porsche Team RLM, and Porsche Team GT3.
In 2021, Mercedes will compete at the European Le Mans Series, which runs from May 12-16, with an Offroad Cup Series race scheduled to take place on June 5.
Mercedes-Honda will also be in the running for the Offseason Championship, and will take part with its own GT3 sports car.
De Jung will also take part at the Formula E Championship.
De Jong will also showcase the brand-new Audi R8 LMS in its Off-Offroad Car Championship.
De Bono has confirmed that the car will be in production in 2019.
In 2018, De Jong Off-The Road Cars will host its inaugural Off-Track Car Championship at the International Off- Road Car Championships, which take place in the United States.
The team will also compete in both the Off Off Road and Off-Street Cars.
De Bono, a member of De Jong’s racing group, is set to compete in all three of the upcoming events at Le Monde, in France, at Le Golf Nationale-Rastad and in the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge in the U