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Stuttgart. The Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland will remain as a support series to the #adacgtmasters next season. The one-make cup and the German GT championship have extended their partnership, which started in 2018. As a result, most of the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland races will continue to run as part of the #adacgtmasters support programme. This season’s calendar included four joint events – with two doubleheaders still to be contested.
“We’re delighted to continue our successful alliance with the #adacgtmasters. As one of the most attractive GT3 series in international motorsport, its professional environment makes it a perfect fit for the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland. By extending the contract, we can give our teams planning security early on,” says #bastianschramm, Director Marketing Porsche Deutschland GmbH. This year, the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland and the ADAC have also extended their partnership in supporting talented youngsters: the automobile club is new partner of the Talent Pool, the one-make cup’s support initiative for promising young drivers.
“The Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland has been an integral part of the #adacgtmasters support programme since 2018. Thanks to its action-packed races, the series adds to the appeal of the events significantly. What’s more, many former and current drivers from the #adacgtmasters came up through the ranks into professional #racing via the Porsche Carrera Cup,” says ADAC Motorsport Director #thomasvoss. Since its foundation in 2007, the #adacgtmasters has evolved into one of the most successful GT3 series and is currently in its 16th season. Several Porsche customer teams tackle this year’s #adacgtmasters with the 500+PS 911 GT3 R.
There are still two doubleheader events on this year’s Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland calendar. This coming weekend (23 to 25 September), the one-make cup heads into an exciting final stage at the Sachsenring, with the Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg hosting the finale from 21 to 23 October. The current championship leader is Germany's Laurin Heinrich (SSR Huber Racing). As a member of Motorsport Team Germany, the Porsche-Junior also receives support from ADAC Stiftung Sport and the DMSB. All four remaining races will run as part of the #adacgtmasters and are televised live on the German free-TV NITRO.
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