Discover exciting sprint races, close battles and join the Porsche Family in the fastest one make series in the Benelux.
Welcome to Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux!
Discover exciting sprint races, close battles and join the Porsche Family in the fastest one make series in the Benelux. The series is supported by Porsche Motorsport, Porsche Belgium and Porsche Netherlands. Strap on your seatbelts, start your engines and follow us during the 2020 Season!
The base of this success is the rich history of Porsche and its famous one make series. In 1990 the first Porsche Cup was born: Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland. In 1993 the Porsche Supercup was founded and this successful series is still the opening race for Formula 1 events worldwide.
In 2013 the Benelux series kicked off as the 20th Porsche one make series worldwide. Right from the start, the Cup had numerous fans and lots of interest from racing drivers and teams from all over Europe. Exciting events, famous racetracks and fair but close racing is what it’s all about.
After more than 50 years, the iconic Porsche 911 is still the most successful and most built GT race car worldwide. Our weapon of choice is the Porsche 991 GT3 Cup Gen II. This lightweight body has a naturally aspirated 4 liter flat six engine pushing out 485 horsepower, fixed to a six speed sequential gearbox. The stiff chassis, giant brakes and Michelin tires make the car go around racetracks at an astonishing pace.
The exceptional situation that the world has gone through in recent months has necessarily put motorsport in the background. But the time for recovery is approaching!
24 April 2020
Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup Virtual Edition, 3rd race day, Spa-Francorchamps/Belgium
Loek Hartog will represent Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux in the virtual Supercup
The recently-opened Move Experience Centre by Pon in the Dutch capital Amsterdam served as the stylish environment for the awards ceremony of the 2019 season in the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux and the Porsche Endurance Trophy Benelux. The successful drivers were put...