The Barcelona round was full of action, with Marvin Klein (CLRT) taking a series of victories and gaining precious points from Dorian Boccolacci (Martinet by Alméras), before the final confrontation in Portimao.
The Barcelona round was full of spectacle, with Marvin Klein (CLRT) taking a series of victories and gaining precious points from Dorian Boccolacci (Martinet by Alméras), before the final round at Portimao.
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A stunning calendar for the 2021 Porsche Carrera Cup France.
The Porsche Carrera Cup France
The first level of the pyramid established by Porsche Motorsport, known as the Porsche Carrera Cup France, is a national reference for one-make series competitions. The PCCF is a true hotbed of talent.
Considered the fastest series in France, it allows rookies to take their first laps and gentlemen drivers to indulge in their passion in exceptional conditions.
With three races outside of France, out of six confirmed rounds on the calendar, and a caliber of competition that only continues to improve, this season promises to be highly-charged once again.
911 GT3 CUP (type 992)
A new era of the PCCF begins in 2021 with the new Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (Type 992).
This car achieves the perfect synthesis between the marque’s iconic model and cutting edge technology born from recent competition. Its maximum sporting performance (510 hp) and versatility make it ideal for young talents and experienced drivers alike.
The Type 992 is certain to make an indelible mark on the Porsche Carrera Cup France.
Pro-Am & Am Drivers
Porsche understands fun on the track is essential, so we focus on the total experience.
That’s why our gentlemen drivers, both Pro-Am and Am, are true marque ambassadors and are offered special end-of-season prizes such as the provision of a road Porsche for the following season.
The goal of the Porsche Carrera Cup France is to discover young talents at an early stage and provide them with the highest level of support possible.
We make available a grant of €15,000 for the winner of the Rookie category. A driver must be under the age of 26 to participate in his first full season in the PCCF.
Meanwhile, a selection is organised to elect the Junior Porsche Carrera Cup France recipient who is offered a €40,000 purse and an endowment from our partner, Michelin.
Sporting support is provided throughout the season by professional driver Patrick Pilet. These are hopefully the first steps in a long career with Porsche.
Porsche Carrera Cup France experience
In an effort to combine pleasure and performance, teams and drivers entered in the championship will be able to offer their partners the opportunity to live the Porsche Carrera Cup France experience for a weekend.
During each outing, VIP packs are made available for full immersion into the world of Porsche racing.
On the programme: a Welcome Pack, access to Porsche hospitality with lunch included, guided tours of the paddock, meetings with drivers, access to the starting grid and much more.
To highlight the PCCF in France and Europe, and for fans to follow the championship in its entirety, we provide media coverage of every race via traditional and digital communication channels.
All the latest information can be found on our Instagram.
Our partner Flat 6 Magazine, the first monthly Porsche magazine, provides full coverage of the championship with the presence of a journalist on all rounds of the season. Live behind the scenes of the Porsche Carrera Cup France thanks to their many “live” and reports on social networks.
Also access all the news of the championship on the reference website of motorsport Endurance-info.com.