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Beitske Visser returns to Girls Only for partial NLS program and 24H of Nürburgring

Beitske Visser will return to the 24 hours of Nürburgring - as well as in a NLS part-time campaign - with all-female team Girls Only by WS Racing.


Beitske Visser
Photo by: Girls Only by WS Racing

Two-time W Series vice-champion Beitske Visser will return to the 24 hours of Nürburgring - as well as in a NLS part-time campaign - with all-female team Girls Only by WS Racing. Visser, Fabienne Wohlwend, Célia Martin and Pippa Mann shared the team's BMW M4 GT4 in 2023, in a SP8T class entry.


Visser had joined the Girls Only team for the build up races to the endurance classic as well, including the NLS8 round, where she teamed up with Carrie Schreiner in the #151 BMW M4 GT4 and took class victory. Beitske is now looking forward to continuing her work with the German-based outfit into 2024.


"Excited to be racing again with the Girls only team at the big 24H Nurburgring and some NLS races this year", Visser wrote. "Can’t wait to be back on track."

The rest of the team's line up has not been announced yet, as well as the detailed team's schedule in NLS, although they have hinted that they "will run more NLS races than in previous years".


Visser, 28, is an experienced driver in both single seaters and GT racing and has contested top international championships such as ADAC Formel Masters, GP3 Series (now known as FIA F3) and Formula Renault 3.5, where she had a top five finish. The Dutchwoman then became a BMW junior driver, and competed in both GT4 and GT3 before being selected for the inaugural W Series season in 2019. She was Jamie Chadwick's main rival in both 2019 and 2022, collecting a total of 7 podiums and 2 race wins.


Visser made her debut in LMP2 machinery in 2020 and raced in both European Le Mans Series and WEC under the banner of Richard Mille Racing Team in another all-female squad, with Sophia Floersch and Tatiana Calderon. Together, they conquered a top ten in class at their debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.


Visser returned to prototype racing in 2023, with a part-time campaign in Prototype Cup Germany as well as a one off appearance in Ultimate Cup, both in LMP3 machinery. Despite highly unfortunate outings due to technical issues, Visser had encouraging runs.

With her 2024 involvement with Girls Only by WS Racing now official, Beistke Visser is set to enter her third 24 Hours of the Nürburgring, aiming to improve on her second place in class from 2023.

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