Dirk Adorf (born 10 July 1969, old churches ) is a German racing driver.
Adorf operates since 1991 regularly Motorsport and is particularly active in touring car and GT racing. By 2001, it changed hands several times between the DTC ( German Touring Car Challenge, and today: Procar Series ) and the VLN Endurance Championship Nürburgring Nürburgring. In 2002, he launched exclusively in the V8STAR series, a German silhouettes Touring Car Championship. The following year, nor was added at the Endurance Championship, also on a V8 -Star vehicle.
Since 2004, he is usually in the long-distance championship active in 2008 on a Lamborghini Gallardo, which was used by Raeder Motorsport. In 2009 was used in the same constellation, a similarly painted Ford GT. Since 2010, Dirk Adorf works driver for BMW.
In addition, he is repeatedly started at 24 -hour race, especially the Nürburgring 24 Hours. Adorf is in the transmissions of the WTCC co-commentator on Euro sport since 2007. Since 2009 Adorf additionally works for the TV station VOX and is there to see in the show car.
2010 he is with a factory cars from BMW, a BMW M3 GT2 by regulations, competed at the Nürburgring 24 Hours and was able to drive on overall 7. The 24-hour race in Spa ( B) could finish at No. 3 Adorf after a long tour.
Outside of racing is Adorf entrepreneurs in the Old Church, where he operates both a Toyota and (since 2009) a Ford dealership. He lives in Michel Bach.
- Racers ( Germany )
- Born in 1969