Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland

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Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland: Capacity grid and impressive race calendar

The Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland is booming – even in its 29th season: 28 drivers from ten teams take up the fight for the 2018 crown of Germany’s fastest one-make cup series run as support to the ADAC GT Masters as well as the AvD Oldtimer Grand Prix for the first time. On seven weekends, … Continue reading

New platform, revamped junior sponsorship programme, more prize money for Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland

When the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland takes off into its 29th season on 13 April, 2018, teams, drivers and fans can look forward to a raft of new developments: At the top of the list is the series’ new race calendar: For the first time, most of the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland races will be

First Carrera Cup Deutschland win for Porsche Junior Preining ahead of champion Olsen

Dennis Olsen (Konrad Motorsport) celebrated a successful conclusion to the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland season on the Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg. Second place on Saturday behind Christian Engelhart (D/BLACK FALCON) and in front of Michael Ammermüller (D/raceunion Huber

Dennis Olsen: From Junior to Champion

Crossing the finish line is usually a very special moment for a racing driver. And this was definitely the case on Saturday for Dennis Olsen. When the Norwegian took the chequered flag after 14 laps, his jubilation knew no bounds. Finishing race 13 of the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland in second place

Dennis Olsen wins the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland championship

The Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland has a new champion: At the penultimate race of the season on the Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg on Saturday, second place was enough for Norwegian Dennis Olsen to take home the crown early. “I’m incredibly happy! Winning the title was my biggest goal

Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland championship to be decided at the finale at Hockenheimring

The final weekend of the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland as support to the DTM on the Hockenheimring promises to be gripping: The two racing drivers, Dennis Olsen (21/Konrad Motorsport) from Norway and 26-year-old Nick Yelloly (Team Deutsche Post by Project 1) from Great Britain