Charlie Eastwood

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Redline Racing Win Historic Tenth Porsche Carrera Cup GB Title Double

Redline Racing have won both the Drivers and Teams Championship’s in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB for a record tenth time after emerging victorious from a nerve-wracking season finale at Brands Hatch this past weekend (30 September/1 October). While

Eastwood secures Porsche Carrera Cup GB title in final laps of final race after nail-biting finale

The 2017 Porsche Carrera Cup GB championship was settled in spectacular style at one of the most spectacular circuits on the UK calendar, Brands Hatch Grand Prix. With the Porsche 919 Hybrid, the pinnacle of the Porsche Motorsport pyramid, leading the cars to the grid for both

The step up to the Porsche Supercup: Talented youngsters pursue a professional motor racing career

Nine drivers have just one goal: to become professional racers – and preferably with Porsche. The main objective of the two-day test for prospective Porsche Juniors at the Lausitzring was to select the most promising drivers to become the recipient of a scholarship

Porsche Carrera Cup GB: Brands Hatch GP, rounds fourteen and fifteen – preview

Just two weeks after taking his first double victory since Croft in 2016, Dino Zamparelli (JTR) goes from Silverstone to Brands Hatch tied on points with Charlie Eastwood (Redline Racing) at the top of the championship table. The application of one dropped score as the table currently stands leaves

Silverstone Podiums Keep Redline Racing On Track For Carrera Cup GB Success

Redline Racing remain on course to win a historic tenth Porsche Carrera Cup GB Teams and Drivers Championship double this season after maintaining their points leads during a dramatic penultimate meeting of the year at Silverstone this past weekend

Cammish claims two Porsche Carrera Cup GB pole positions as Eastwood takes penalty

The 22-car grid of the fastest single marque GT racing championship in the UK, Porsche Carrera Cup GB, once again produced a close qualifying session with fractions between the top places in each of the three categories. Just 0.081 seconds separated the top three overall, Dan Cammish (Redline Racing)