Porsche Cups: The German Porsche Carrera Cup continues to be part of the ADAC package

Porsche Cups: The German Porsche Carrera Cup continues to be part of the ADAC package


Porsche Cups: The German Porsche Carrera Cup continues to be part of the ADAC package

Also in 2023, the German Porsche Carrera Cup will continue to be part of the ADAC GT Masters package. Porsche and ADAC have extended the contract for next season. The brand cup has been part of the ADAC package since 2018. Last season there were four community events and two are still on the calendar.


Text and Photos: Willem J. Staat

The German Porsche Carrera Cup continues to be part of the ADAC package
Bastian Schramm, Marketing Manager of Porsche Germany: “We are happy that we can continue on a common path together. In international motorsport, the ADAC GT Masters is one of the most interesting championships and, with its professional environment, it fits perfectly with “Porsche. Carrera Cup Deutschland” With this extension, we can provide certainty in advance planning.”

In addition, the “Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland” and ADAC have extended their cooperation in promoting young emerging talents. ADAC has also been a partner in the Talentpool of the product cup.
Thomas Voss (ADAC Sporting Director): “Porsche-Carrera Cup Deutschland has been an integral part of the ADAC GT Masters since 2018. With action-packed competitions, the series makes an important contribution to the exciting events.”

In addition, many former Porsche Cup and current GT-Masters drivers made the jump to professional motorsport. The ADAC GT Masters has continued to be one of the most successful GT3 championships since its inception in 2007 and is in its 16th season this year. Several Porsche Customer Teams are part of the current 500 hp Porsche 911 GT3 R lineup.

Next season there are two more races with two races each on the programme. The Sachsenring will be contested next weekend (September 23-25) and the season will conclude at the Hockenheimring on the weekend of October 21-23. Laurin Heinrich (SSR Huber Racing) leads the championship standings. All matches can be followed on TV via NITRO Live or on live streams.

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