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Ryan Ratcliffe, 2021 Porsche Carrera Cup GB Pro-Am champion, is set to return to Team Parker Racing for the sixth straight season with an ambitious campaign of racing across Europe.

The Welshman will once again contest the Carrera Cup GB, looking to reclaim the Pro-Am title on home soil after claiming six podium finishes last year, the first season for the 992-style Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car.
Making a switch from his eye-catching yellow Groundhog-led liveries over the past two campaigns, the 29-year-old will run a new, sleek, matte black look this season.
As well as competing on home soil, Ryan will be heading to Europe to race in the majority of the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux, aside from clashing rounds with GB, a series which sister outfit Parker Revs Motorsport won last season with Harry King. The team will make further driver announcements over the coming weeks.
2023 Porsche Carrera Cup GB
22 – 23 April              Donington Park (National)
6 – 7 May                   Brands Hatch (Indy)
3 – 4 June                  Thruxton
17 – 18 June              Oulton Park (Island)
12 – 13 August          Knockhill
26 – 27 August          Donington Park (GP)
23 – 24 Sept             Silverstone (National)
7 – 8 Oct                   Brands Hatch (GP)
2023 Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux
27 – 29 Apr                Spa-Francorchamps
9 – 11 Jun                  Hockenheimring
23 – 25 Jun                Zandvoort
11 – 13 Aug               Assen
8 – 10 Sept                Zolder
22 – 24 Sept              Red Bull Ring

Ryan Ratcliffe

“Last year wasn’t my best, but that’s motorsport and you have your highs and lows. Considering the amount of DNFs we had, to finish where we did was good and it’s time to forget about that and move forward.

“2023 is going to be my busiest year and one I’m really looking forward to. This new car is suited more to the big open European tracks, so it’ll be nice to spend a bit of time in the car on circuits like that. It’s going to be useful to do two championships in the same car, meaning more track time which can only benefit me.

“I wouldn’t even think of competing with anyone other than Team Parker Racing. They proved their worth last year with Kiern [Jewiss] winning the [Carrera Cup GB] title, and both myself and Will [Aspin] were quick on our day in Pro-Am, we just didn’t have the luck that we should have had.”

Source. Torque


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