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Austin Weather Cancels Porsche Carrera Cup North America Qualifying

Severe weather in the Austin, Texas-area has forced the cancelation of qualifying for Rounds 3 and 4 of the Porsche Carrera Cup North America Presented by the Cayman Islands. As a result, per Sporting Regulations 40.4, the starting grid for Race 1 – scheduled for an 8:00 a.m. Central Daylight Time green flag on May 2 – will be set by the Drivers’ Championship Point standings. By virtue his two pole positions and one race win at the opening weekend of competition at Sebring in March, Pro class points leader Seb Priaulx (United Kingdom) will bring the 26 car field to the start of the first 45-minute race. Beside his No. 15 Kelly-Moss Road & Race Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car will be teammate Kay van Berlo (Netherlands) in the No. 3 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup race car.

All Pro and Pro-Am class drivers start based on combined points with Pro-Am 991 class cars lining-up behind. Those drivers who have scored no points, will be gridded at the back of their respective groups (Pro/Pro-Am and Pro-Am 991). The five points awarded to a pole position winning driver will not be awarded for Race 1.

The starting field for Race 2 – scheduled to start at 3:05 p.m. CDT on Sunday, May 2 – will be based on the fastest race lap achieved by each driver in Race 1.

Live coverage as well as timing and scoring of all Porsche Carrera Cup North America Presented by the Cayman Islands races can be found at www.PorscheCarreraCup.us . Shortly after the conclusion of each race, an archive of the event can be found on the Porsche Motorsport North America YouTube channel (youtube.com/porschemotorsportnorthamerica). 

Source. Porsche


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