Wiechers - Sport is a private German Motorsports team from Nienburg at the Weser. Team owner is Wolfgang Kruse, Team Manager is Dominik Greiner. The business enterprise the Sports Team underlying is a leading European manufacturer of roll cages.


The Wiechers - Sport racing team was founded in 1999. Dirk Adorf took in the first year for Wiechers - Sport part with a Opel Astra G at the German Touring Car Challenge and reached the eighth championship course. In the class DTC Light, Thomas Schiemann took in a BMW 320i E36 the runner-up. 2000 Adorf sixth in the championship and Schiemann, then drove in the highest class, was now 13 instead of the E36 a E46 was used. 2001 Schiemann was Technical Director of the team. For him, Michael Gerhardt moved gradually occupied the same rank eleven championship. Dirk Adorf managed his only podium at the Nürburgring, and was at the end of the season only 17 of the 2002 Opel Astra and BMW E46 were replaced with two new E46. Dirk Adorf moved to the V8 -Star but was still supported by Wiechers -Sport. He reached the eighth championship course. In the DTC Thomas Winkelhock became his successor. In his first season for the team he was equal runner-up. Michael Gerhardt also did well with a fourth championship course. In the 2003 season Winkelhock won at Salzburg ring and at Oschersleben. The championship concluded Winkelhock in fifth and sixth place from Gerhardt. Dirk Adorf participated with support from Wiechers - Sport at the V8 -Star and in the BFGoodrich Endurance Championship. 2004 saw Wiechers - Sport also at the 24 -hour race at the Nürburgring and the Guia Race in Macau on. It was the last season that played Wiechers - Sport in the DMSB Production Car Championship.

2005 Wiechers - Sport BMW 320i E46 with a rose, which was driven by Marc Hennerici in the World Touring Car Championship. Hennerici won the Independents' Championship at the end of the season. 2006 denied Diego Romanini a full season for Wiechers -Sport. There is also a second vehicle has now been used, the first Emmet O'Brien and later Oscar Hidalgo and Jan Vonka controlled. However, the team was unsuccessful this season, as the drivers often drove only at the end of the field. In 2007, Wiechers - Sport BMW 320si now a one that was driven by Stefano d'Aste. D' Aste won the Independents' Trophy. In the 2008 season, Olivier Tielemans, Takayuki Aoki, Laurent Cazenave, Duncan Huisman, Kristian Poulsen and Matthew Marsh took on Wiechers - BMW in the WTCC in part. At the season opener in Curitiba Tielemans scored a world championship point with eighth place. In the season finale in Macau Marsh succeeded likewise. For the 2009 season Stefano d'Aste Wiechers returned to sports. At the World Championship races in Pau Cazenave took part in a second vehicle. Mehdi Bennani 2010 runs for Wiechers -Sport.