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Champagne Carbon becomes official champagne partner of the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux

Motorsport strives for the highest results; it is fierce competition on track, but it is also about celebrating in the best possible conditions. And of course, a celebration in style requires champagne. That is why the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux is partnering with the renowned champagne brand Carbon.

The Carbon champagne house was born out of a passionate love for the terroirs of Champagne, combined with the ambition of its creator.

"For several years, we have tested and experimented with raw elements, in order to write the first lines of the Carbon spirit, original and daring,“ explains the company's CEO, Alexandre Mea. "Creating a champagne that catches the eye requires extreme precision. Coming up with a tasting that captivates the audience, overwhelms the senses, and conveys the desire to try again. The goal is to provide an experience that can enchant even the most demanding connoisseur while arousing the curiosity and emotions of everyone involved. Having grown up with an abundance of knowledge, know-how, and family experience, Carbon has fueled their hunger to learn more and more. Ambition and innovation have become my two key words. As a player in a certain evolution in champagne, I wanted to take on a new challenge."

"Many of these ambitions and achievements are also reflected in the Porsche DNA, which is why a partnership between the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux and the champagne house Carbon was an obvious choice," says Olivier Aerts, Series Manager of the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux. "Carbon will become our official champagne partner, and from now on they will provide the champagne for the podiums of the races of the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux."

About Champagne Carbon:

The great champagnes that bear the name Carbon owe their excellence to the exceptional quality of their grapes. As the grandson of the fifth generation of Champagne farmers of the champagne house Devavry, Alexandre decided to set up his own champagne house. After more than four years of research and development to create the most perfect bottle, Champagne Carbon was launched with his grandfather's oldest vintages. Thinking outside the box and staying true to traditions is Carbon's favourite thing to do.

About the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux:

The fastest one-make series in the Benelux was founded in 2013 and continues to attract the best riders in the Benelux. As a part of Porsche Motorsport's international one-make series concept, the championship is known as one of the most challenging and demanding sprint championships. The regulations and strict controls ensure a leveled playing field with the same cars for all drivers on the track. The result: thrilling, action-packed races, where the drivers make the difference on the track. In 2024, twelve races will be held on various Benelux and international circuits. The series will be part of prestigious motorsport events such as the FIA World Endurance Championship, the DTM and the European Le Mans Series.

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