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PORSCHE JUNIOR PROGRAMME

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THE PORSCHE JUNIOR PROGRAMME IS A SPRINGBOARD INTO PROFESSIONAL MOTORSPORT

Since 1997, Porsche has supported talented youngsters on their path to becoming professional drivers through an exemplary youth development programme. Timo Bernhard, Marc Lieb and Earl Bamber are three examples of successful racing drivers who – over and above their world championship titles and Le Mans victories – have one thing in common: All three … Continue reading

LAURIN HEINRICH NAMED AS PORSCHE JUNIOR

Laurin Heinrich is the new Porsche Junior for the 2022 season. In a selection process in Aragon (Spain), the 20-year-old German from the Würzburg region beat eleven candidates from the worldwide Porsche Carrera Cups. The talented youngster receives a sponsorship package from Porsche Motorsport that includes 225,000 Euros towards the upcoming Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup … Continue reading

PORSCHE MOTORSPORT GB PREVIEWS BIGGEST SEASON YET FOR 2022

Porsche Motorsport GB today unveiled its 2022 plans at the Porsche Experience Centre, Silverstone in advance of the final part of the 2021 Porsche Carrera Cup GB season. Teams, guests and sponsors were presented a mix of established ideas and exciting new initiatives designed to continue the focus on ensuring strong grids and close, exciting, … Continue reading

JULIEN ANDLAUER IMPRESSES AT TALENT SHOOTOUT TO BECOME PORSCHE JUNIOR

Porsche Motorsport has chosen a new young racing driver to support: For 2018, Julien Andlauer from France will receive backing as a Porsche Junior. The 18-year-old was nominated by Porsche Carrera Cup France to take part in the two-day selection programme, where he came out on top against eight international candidates. At the wheel of … Continue reading

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 for a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup campaign. The international candidates, who were … Continue reading

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 the Italian Matteo Cairoli (20) and Mathieu Jaminet … Continue reading

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 Mikkel Jensen from Denmark, the 20-year-old German Dennis Marschall and … Continue reading

PORSCHE TRAINS MOTORSPORT TALENTS TO BECOME PROFESSIONAL RACING DRIVERS

Youth development has a high priority at Porsche. Since 1997, the Stuttgart car manufacturer has shaped talented youngsters into professional racing drivers. All 19 candidates who have received support as Porsche juniors in the company’s one-make race series have succeeded in joining the ranks of the professionals. Since 2015, interested young drivers can apply for … Continue reading

EARL BAMBER, FROM PORSCHE JUNIOR TO LE MANS WINNER IN ONE YEAR

There are days and moments in the life of a race driver that will never be forgotten. For Earl Bamber that day was June 14th, 2015, and the moment was the award ceremony after the Le Mans 24 Hours. Standing on the podium high above the pit lane alongside his teammates Nick Tandy (Great Britain) … Continue reading

THE RACE IS ON, APPLY NOW AS A PORSCHE JUNIOR

Talented young drivers have until August 1st to put themselves forward to become a Porsche Junior for the 2016 motorsport season. With its successful development programme for young hotshots, Porsche has opened the door for prospective candidates to apply for the selection process. In this respect, Porsche continues to pursue one goal: to train promising … Continue reading

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