The Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland is one of the longest-standing Porsche Cup classes in the world. During the more than 30 years that this class has existed, it has never lost. Once started as an extension of the earlier Porsche Club Sport events, it evolved into a championship that is the founder of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup and the Carrera Cup in other countries. Today it’s the perfect platform for talented drivers with serious ambitions and drivers who complete the full Autosport ladder of GP Elite.
The racing weekends of the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland are major public events and not limited to Germany. For example, this class is classified as the support act for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Sprint races are driven on the cutting edge. Every mistake almost always costs a few places. Good performances stand out and within the GP Elite team there is a top sports mentality that’s beyond the competition in this class.
For spectators it is also enjoyable, because close racing is guaranteed. In a very competitive starting field, with well-matched drivers, there are two classes. The A-drivers and B-drivers (Gentlemen) make it possible to offer two groups within motorsport a chance to compete with the best. It is an ideal concept for racing talent to enter from karting. Very competitive with Gentlemen riders feel equally at home. So both groups are served.
The Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland will be driven in the Porsche 991 GT3 Cup Gen 2, which drivers can purchase and maintain through GP Elite. This legendary Porsche 911 has no equal and is the most successful and most built racing car in the world. With a low weight of 1200 kg and 485 hp, the Cup version is a real test to drive. There are also no auxiliary systems such as ABS or traction control on the car, it’s pure racing.