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HANAFIN AND KING TAKE THE PORSCHE CARRERA CUP GB SPOILS IN SCOTLAND

Porsche Carrera Cup GB – the fastest single marque GT racing championship in the UK – headed north for its annual trip to Knockhill in Scotland. The rollercoaster 1.2-mile circuit is a firm favourite with drivers and fans alike as it frequently delivers thrilling racing. In line with the latest Scottish government guidance Knockhill welcomed … Continue reading

PORSCHE MOTORSPORT GB PROPOSES CALENDAR FOR 2021

Both Porsche Carrera Cup GB and Cayman Islands Porsche Sprint Challenge GB will be returning to the circuits of the UK in 2021 for two full seasons of competition following the challenges of the 2020 season. Despite the 2020 season being affected by the global situation, exceptional cooperation between Motor Sport UK, TOCA, SRO, the … Continue reading

PORSCHE GB JUNIOR IS ‘KING’ OF THE HILL

Porsche Carrera Cup GB – the fastest single marque GT racing championship in the UK – headed north to Scotland for Rounds Seven and Eight of the 2020 season. Friday’s Practice sessions were conducted in dry weather conditions on the short and challenging 1.26-mile Fife circuit. Porsche GB 2020 / 2021 Junior Harry King (Team … Continue reading

PORSCHE CARRERA CUP GB 2020 SEASON ANNOUNCED

The fastest single marque GT racing championship in the UK, the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, will reinforce its position in the fabric of national motorsport in 2020 with a high profile calendar, generous prize fund and a continued commitment to providing GT racing drivers with the best showcase for their skills – whether racing as … Continue reading

PORSCHE CARRERA CUP GB CHAMPIONSHIP EVOLUTION CONTINUES FOLLOWING SUCCESSFUL 2018

The fastest single marque GT racing championship in the UK, the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, will continue to evolve for 2019 following a programme of feedback and collaboration with teams, drivers and sponsors. 2018 saw the introduction of the most significant changes to the championship since the very first race in 2003, headlined by the … Continue reading

PORSCHE CARRERA CUP GB CHAMPIONSHIP BATTLES INTENSIFY AT KNOCKHILL

Dino Zamparelli (Redline Racing) maintained his lead of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB championship, the fastest single marque GT racing championship in the UK, following rounds eleven and twelve at Knockhill. Just five points now separate Zamparelli from title rival Tio Ellinas (Slidesports Engineering) with only four races of the 2018 season remaining. However, it … Continue reading

HARPER STORMS TO PORSCHE CARRERA CUP GB KNOCKHILL POLE POSITION

Dan Harper (JTR), the 17-year-old Porsche GB 2018 / 2019 Junior, claimed the second pole position of his Carrera Cup GB career in qualifying for round eleven of the championship at Knockhill. Harper was one of only three drivers to lap the unique Scottish circuit in under 49 seconds, he will start tomorrow’s race alongside … Continue reading

TIGHT AT THE TOP AS PORSCHE CARRERA CUP GB CHAMPIONSHIP BATTLES HEAD TO UNPREDICTABLE KNOCKHILL

The fastest single marque GT racing championship in the UK, the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, heads to its most unpredictable venue amid one of its most unpredictable seasons in recent history. Around the challenging swoops and crests of Knockhill, three category title battles could see a decisive move to break season-long duels at the top … Continue reading

PORSCHE CARRERA CUP GB: KNOCKHILL – ROUNDS TEN AND ELEVEN REPORTS

The anticipation of two exciting races was fuelled in no small part by the unfolding championship battle between Charlie Eastwood (Redline Racing), Dan Cammish (Redline Racing) and Dino Zamparelli (JTR). While Eastwood and Cammish held the advantage with dropped scores factored in, all three needed to win at all costs to keep their title hopes … Continue reading

PORSCHE CARRERA CUP GB: KNOCKHILL – QUALIFYING REPORT

The 20-car grid of the fastest single marque GT racing championship in the UK produced the closest qualifying session in recent history. Just one quarter of a second separated the top eight around Knockhill’s demanding 1.3 miles, and just 0.011 of a second the difference between pole position and second. Making that difference to start … Continue reading

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