The Porsche Carrera Cup is still part of the supporting program of the ADAC GT Masters

The Porsche Carrera Cup is still part of the supporting program of the ADAC GT Masters

( – The Porsche Carrera Cup Germany will also start next season on the ADAC GT Masters platform. The one-way Cup and the German GT Championship have extended the partnership that has existed since 2018. The Carrera Cup will therefore continue to complete the majority of its races as part of the ADAC GT Masters support program. Four co-ed events were already on the calendar this year, with two more season stops still planned.

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“We look forward to continuing on this path of success together. The ADAC GT Masters is one of the most exciting GT3 series in international motorsport and, together with the professional environment, perfectly complements the German Porsche Carrera Cup. By extending the contract, we can give our teams safety planning at an early stage”, says Bastian Schramm, Head of Marketing at Porsche Deutschland GmbH.

This year, the Porsche Carrera Cup and ADAC have also expanded their cooperation in the area of ​​developing young talent: The mobility club has become a new talent pool partner, a sponsoring force for the one-of-a-kind cup.

“The Porsche Carrera Cup has been an integral part of the ADAC GT Masters program since 2018. With its packed races, the series contributes a great deal of exciting events. In addition, many past and present ADAC GT Masters drivers have made the jump to the professionally through the Porsche Carrera Cup”, says ADAC Motorsport Director Thomas Voss.

“With its action-packed races, the Porsche Carrera Cup makes a huge contribution to the exciting events.”
Thomas Voss

Since its inception in 2007, the ADAC GT Masters has continued to be one of the most successful GT3 series and is competing in its 16th season this year. Several Porsche customer teams are also part of the current lineup and compete with the 911 GT3 R with more than 500 hp.

In the current season of the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany there are still two events and two races on the program. Next weekend (September 23 to 25) at the Sachsenring (all information about the weekend!) is the prelude to the final exciting round. The final will take place from October 21 to 23 at the Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg.

The current leader of the championship is Porsche Junior Laurin Heinrich (Huber Racing) from Germany, who, as a member of the German Motorsport Team, is also sponsored by ADAC Sport Foundation and DMSB. All four races take place as part of the ADAC GT Masters and are shown live on NITRO on German free-to-air TV immediately after the German GT Championship race.