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Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Presented by Pirelli

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Mar 31, 2014

Local racer Fraser Ross has taken his second consecutive Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Australia presented by Pirelli round victory following two race wins at Sandown on Sunday, while Matt Campbell continued his Class B dominance.

Race 1 winner John Goodacre drove to the lead at the start of Race 2 followed by John Karytinos, who had an impressive start off the line with Ross and Jon McCorkindale close behind.

It wasn't long before Ross came through to the lead mid-race and pulled away from his rivals to claim a 1.5 second win from Goodacre and McCorkindale in third, who finished a mere 0.0055 seconds apart at the chequered flag.

Sep 22, 2013

Victorian ace Richard Muscat has capped his title winning 2013 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Australia presented by Pirelli in perfect style, while John Morriss took the Elite Class round win and John Goodacre won the Elite Class title.

Muscat’s impressive Race 1 victory on Saturday was followed by two dominant race wins on Sunday, including GT3 Cup Challenge’s 100th race start on the morning.

Starting from pole position in the final race, Muscat held off early challenges from Jon McCorkindale to win the final race of the season.

Porsche GT3 Cup Standings
1st Fraser Ross 168

2nd John McCorkindale 125

3rd John Goodacre 123

4th Tony Walls 102

5th Peter Fitzgerald 85


Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Australia Presented by Pirelli. It's one of Australia's most exciting, competitive and fast-paced motor racing categories.
The philosophy for GT3 Cup Challenge is simple: Race with your mates.

2014 Television - Round 1

Known for its fun, friendly, family atmosphere, the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Presented by Pirelli has an unrivalled sense of camaraderie among its drivers and teams – a large factor behind the series' success in Australia.
Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge held its first season Down Under in 2008, catering for Porsche enthusiasts looking to make the step up from club level racing.

Now, in its seventh season in 2014, the fun, affordable motor racing category attracted strong fields at every event, which races at some of Australia's greatest race tracks.

Kicking off at Mallala, the home of the series' 2008 inaugural round, the 2014 season will visit venues such as Phillip Island, Sydney Motorsport Park, Winton and Queensland Raceway in its six-round schedule – one that will again include its new endurance format.
In honour of Porsche stalwart 'Gentleman Jim', the Jim Richards Endurance Trophy will again feature at three rounds of the 2014 season, adding a new flavour to the one-make series.
So why race in GT3 Cup Challenge?

If you're a Porsche enthusiast looking to go racing, or an aspiring driver looking to enter the world of national level motorsport, GT3 Cup Challenge provides the perfect platform to find your motor racing feet.

The GT3 Cup Challenge field consists of mostly Porsche 996 or 997 GT3 Cup cars, with different classes catering for the separate car specifications. However, most naturally aspirated Porsche race cars are eligible to join the fray.

For those looking to climb the motorsport ladder, the category is also the perfect preparation for Porsche's signature motor racing category – Carrera Cup, which, along with GT3 Cup Challenge is managed at the highest standard by the dedicated motorsport team at Porsche Cars Australia.

Meanwhile, trackside, Porsche offer technical and spare parts support to all its teams, giving you more time to enjoy the event as intended.

The category also features a comprehensive television package, with every GT3 Cup Challenge round shown on SBS Speedweek as well as dedicated motorsport channel, SPEED.

The growth of GT3 Cup Challenge over the past four seasons is testament to its winning formula – fun, affordable racing mixed with the distinctive sound of a Porsche flat six.



Porsche race cars of different models, but predominantly Type-997 and 996 GT3 Cup Cars.


With the fastest cars in the field lapping just a second or two per lap slower than a V8 Supercar on most circuits, these are serious racing machines. With a top speed in excess of 280km/h and renowned Porsche stopping power, exciting racing is guaranteed with these cars.
Oh, and they do it all producing a sensational noise that is undoubtedly Porsche.


2008: Sven Burchartz
2009: Matthew Kingsley
2010: Roger Lago
2011: Roger Lago
2012: Kane Rose
2013: Richard Muscat

2014 EVENTS:

Round 1        8-9 March                  Sydney Motorsport Park (Top Gear Festival)

Round 2        28-30 March              Sandown Raceway

Round 3        25-27 April                 Mallala Motorsport Park

Round 4        13-15 June                Winton Raceway

Round 5         8-10 August              Queensland Raceway

Round 6        19-21 September    Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit

2013 Results
porsche GT3 Cup Challenege Championship Standings

2013 Television


2012 Television