Porsche Motorsport Junior Programme

This tag is associated with 12 posts

Promotion for successful Porsche juniors

Again in the 2016 season, the Porsche one make race series have lived up to their reputation as a talent hotbed for international GT motorsport. All four Porsche juniors will climb the career ladder next year. Germany’s Sven Müller (24) becomes a Porsche works driver. Porsche supports

Zamparelli takes on the best Porsche young guns in the world

Representing the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain, 23-year-old Dino Zamparelli took on eight talented young race drivers from Porsche’s worldwide one-make race series for a coveted place on the Porsche Motorsport Junior programme. The Porsche

Shootout at the Lausitzring: Porsche Junior for the Carrera Cup Deutschland

Four race drivers from four countries came out on top against more than a hundred applicants in a two-stage selection process in the Porsche Motorsport Junior shootout. In preliminary interviews and at fitness checks at the University of Potsdam, 19-year-old Ralph Boschung from Switzerland, 21-year-old

Campbell completes ultimate driving evaluation

Young Australian Matt Campbell has completed the most important driving test of his life in Germany’s Lausitzring with the intent to become a Porsche Junior driver in 2017 and compete in next year’s Porsche Mobil 1

Carrera Cup: Showdown between top young guns from around the world

For nine talented young race drivers from Porsche’s worldwide one-make race series, the last two days were the most important in their fledgling careers. The drivers, who must all be 24 years of age or under and were nominated by their respective Porsche brand trophy series, showcased their skills on and off

Campbell confirmed for Porsche shootout

Sports car phenomenon Matt Campbell is one closer to achieving his motor racing dream: to become a factory Porsche driver. Last weekend, the 21-year-old from Warwick, Queensland, was announced as the nominee to represent Porsche Carrera Cup Australia