In 190-car fields, AMG driver Christodoulou brought finished ninth and seventh in the two races, but is confident that there will be more to come at the 24 Hours proper as he seeks to defend his 2016 victory.
Adam Christodoulou will mark his second year as an official AMG driver by re-joining Mercedes-AMG Team Black Falcon to defend his historic victory at the Nürburgring 24 Hours (May 27-28).
The 28-year-old became only the fourth British driver to win the twice-around-the-clock classic last year, as the new Mercedes-AMG GT3 swept the top four positions around the fearsome 24.358km Nordschleife circuit.
On his first appearance at the race since 2011, the 27-year-old AMG driver enjoyed a trouble-free run in the No. 33 Riley Motorsports – Team AMG Mercedes-AMG GT3 with Jeroen Bleekemolen, Ben Keating and Mario Farnbacher, marking a successful debut for the car in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
The 27-year-old AMG Customer Sports driver finished sixth in the GT class on his only previous appearance at Daytona in 2011, where partnered Jonathan Bomarito, John Edwards and Sylvain Tremblay in a Speedsource Mazda RX-8.