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PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 11:19 am    Post subject: Porsche Carrera World Cup race at the Nürburgring 2011 Reply with quote

The world’s greatest Porsche race on the Nürburgring Nordschleife

It will be one of the most spectacular sprint races ever: At the Porsche Carrera World Cup on 25 June, 2011, up to 200 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup racers will line up on the Nürburgring Nordschleife watched by more than 200,000 spectators. The world’s greatest Porsche race takes place just prior to the start of the 39th ADAC 24 hour race and runs over a distance of six laps (152,268 km). The Porsche Carrera World Cup forms the season highlight of Porsche’s 18 brand trophy series worldwide. This race counts as a competition round towards several championships, including the Porsche Carrera Cups in Germany, Scandinavia, France and Italy.

The field will be divided into two classes: The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup with 3.6-litre engines from 2007 to 2009 model years (400 to 420 hp) as well as the 3.8-litre versions of the 2010 and 2011 model years (450 hp). Each class is classified separately. All competitors must provide proof of their considerable track experience. For all Nordschleife rookies, an intensive two-day training course will take place in the week leading up to the event with former Porsche works driver Sascha Maassen as the head instructor.

“Since its market launch in 1998 we have built over 2,000 units of the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car for competition in our 18 Porsche one-make championships around the world,” explains Porsche’s head of motorsport, Hartmut Kristen. “With the Porsche Carrera World Cup on the northern loop of the Nürburgring, we aim to offer yet another highlight to our brand trophy customers all over the globe. Racing in the Nürburgring Long Distance Championship, the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup never fails to underline its excellent aptitude for the world’s longest and most difficult races. I’m sure that this race will be an unforgettable experience for all pilots and spectators at the track.”

Over the last years, the success story of Porsche Motorsport has been closely tied to the Nürburgring. From 2006 to 2009, the Porsche team, Manthey Racing, won the 24 hour race on the Nordschleife four times in a row. In May this year, the innovative Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid held the overall lead for more than eight hours at Germany’s most popular automobile race. From the ten races on the VLN Nürburgring Long Distance Championship calendar this year, a Porsche 911 won nine times.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 9:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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At the Porsche Carrera World Cup on 25 June, 2011


Are you sure these are the correct dates.
We've booked to go to the Nurburring 24 event next year & the travel co. have advised that the dates for this are that weekend? Question Dont know
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 11:08 pm    Post subject: Re: Porsche Carrera World Cup race at the Nürburgring 2011 Reply with quote

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The world’s greatest Porsche race takes place just prior to the start of the 39th ADAC 24 hour race and runs over a distance of six laps (152,268 km).


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 11:13 pm    Post subject: Re: Porsche Carrera World Cup race at the Nürburgring 2011 Reply with quote

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The world’s greatest Porsche race takes place just prior to the start of the 39th ADAC 24 hour race and runs over a distance of six laps (152,268 km).

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 8:30 am    Post subject: Carrera World Cup Nurburgring-Nordschleife 23-26 June 2011 Reply with quote


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 10:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'll be there as this race is happening before the N24 endurance race which i'm going to Smile Smile

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1x993, 2x964, 1x996, 1xcaterham & 1xAlfa Brera (lets hope the Alfa makes it Hand ) & a support van with all the gear.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 24, 2011 11:12 pm    Post subject: Porsche Carrera World Cup 2011 Nürburgring-Nordschleife Reply with quote

Nurburgring adventure for Porsche Carrera Cup GB

The biggest challenge in the history of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB awaits the drivers as the series heads to the Nurburgring Nordschleife for round nine of the championship during the Porsche Carrera World Cup (Saturday 25 June).

This record-breaking race will present Carrera Cup GB racers with the chance to tackle the track that is widely-regarded as the finest and most daunting in the world, with 88 corners packed into 14 miles of twisting track in the Eifel Mountains in Germany. To race on the Nordschleife is the dream of many drivers and the Carrera Cup racers will tackle a six-lap, 85-mile race on Saturday in the build up to the annual Nurburgring 24-hour race.

The Nordschleife is a track that rewards experience and from the Carrera Cup GB ranks it is Tim Harvey (Nationwide/Motorbase) who stands out as having the greatest knowledge of this remarkable race track. That level of prior track knowledge marks Harvey as a pre-race favourite, but over recent weeks the leading title contenders have all been gaining experience of the Nordschleife and a final round of familiaristion training is taking place this week.

Heading to Germany with a handy points’ lead is James Sutton (SAS/Redline), who has a 20-point margin over team mate Michael Meadows. However, it is far too early for Sutton to be thinking about a second Carrera Cup title and his aim for the Nurburgring is another strong points’ finish. Meadows, meanwhile, is having his best season to date and knows that he cannot afford to let Sutton add to his lead as the series heads into a seven-week mid-season break.

Two drivers from the Parker with Juta team are taking the fight to the SAS duo and both Stephen Jelley and Euan Hankey are determined to use the wild card of this race on the Nordschleife to peg back the points’ gap. The experience of the track acquired by Stuart Parker and his team over the last decade could prove crucial in Saturday’s race. Ben Hetherington (Oman Air/Redline) and Team Parker Racing’s Sam Tordoff and Richard Plant are new to the track as well, but are all capable of claiming a podium place.

In Pro-Am1, Jonas Gelzinis (Juta Racing) is setting the pace and that is likely to continue in Germany, where he may well be right up among the pro drivers. Chasing Gelzinis are Ahmad Al Harthy (Oman Air/Redline) and Rory Butcher (Celtic Speed) and Butcher heads to Germany on the back of a stunning performance last time out in changing weather conditions at Oulton Park.

With Pro-Am2 leader Andrew Shelley (Redline Racing) missing the race due to family commitments, it is George Brewster (Celtic Speed) and Keith Webster (Redline Racing) who are poised to take over the Pro-Am2 lead. Other Pro-Am2 podium contenders are Richard Denny (Parr Motorsport) and Tommy Dreelan (Celtic Speed).

After qualifying at 15.25 on Friday, the Porsche Carrera World Cup will start at 11.20 on Saturday. Eurosport will carry a live TV broadcast of the race in a programme starting at 10.45 (local time).
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 24, 2011 11:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A brief history of the Nurburgring

This weekend drivers from the Porsche Carrera Cup GB will be in Germany preparing for the Porsche Carrera World Cup on the Nürburgring Nordschleife (Saturday 25 June).

The Nordschleife, or ‘Northern Loop’, measures a massive 14.173 miles and is widely regarded as the most challenging track in the world. It is steeped in racing history and sits high in the Eifel Mountains, where unpredictable weather simply adds to the mighty challenge faced by the drivers.

The creation of this piece of motorsport legend dates back to the early 1920s when the ADAC ran road races in the Eifel Mountains. This was soon deemed dangerous and impractical and so construction of a dedicated track began, bringing employment and tourism potential to the region. The work was completed in 1927 when the 17.563-mile Gesamtstrecke (‘whole course’) was opened, incorporating the original ‘Sudschleife’ or Southern Loop. The fastest ever lap of the Gesamtstrecke was set by Louis Chiron’s Bugatti at an average speed of 72mph. In the 1930s, racing legends like Rudolf Caracciola, Tazio Nuvolari and Bernd Rosemeyer starred in famous races at the Nurburgring and earned the tag of ‘Ringmeister’.

The Gesamtstrecke was last used in 1939 and when the circuit re-opened in 1949, the focus was solely on the Nordschleife. The track was the main home to the German Grand Prix through the 1950s and 1960s and in 1961 US racer Phil Hill clocked the first sub-nine minute lap in qualifying.

Through the 1950s and 1960s, new generations of ‘Ringmeisters’ arose, with drivers like Alberto Ascari, Juan-Manuel Fangio, Stirling Moss, Jim Clark and Jackie Stewart winning the German Grand Prix. Moss scored his last Grand Prix win there in 1961, while Stewart’s masterful performance in the rain and fog of 196, when he won by four minutes, rates as one of the finest drives of his career.

In 1970, the 24-hour race was inaugurated, but concerns over safety for the Formula 1 cars were growing and the 1970 German Grand Prix was moved to Hockenheim in the face of a probable boycott by the F1 drivers. Changes were made and the Grand Prix returned, but the final German Grand Prix on the Nordschleife was run in 1976 and resulted in serious injuries for Niki Lauda after an accident on the second lap.

Although Formula 1 was no longer on the schedule, the Nurburgring continued to test drivers through the 1980s, 1990s and into the new millennium. The new Grand Prix circuit was constructed in 1984, but for many racers, it is the 14-miles of the Nordschleife, sometimes known as the ‘Green Hell’, that remains the biggest challenge in the sport.

Next weekend, a total of 23 competitors from the Carrera Cup GB and the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Challenge will contest the Porsche Carrera World Cup, which runs prior to the start of the 39th ADAC 24-hour race. It will run over a distance of six laps of the Nordschleife, approximately 95 miles, and more than 250,000 spectators are expected to watch the race.

The Porsche Carrera World Cup forms the season highlight of Porsche’s 18 brand trophy series worldwide. This race counts as a round of several other national Carrera Cups, including Germany and Scandinavia. The entry for the race will be divided into two classes: the 911 GT3 Cup with 3.6-litre engines from 2007 to 2009 model years (400 to 420 hp) and the 3.8-litre versions of the 2010 and 2011 model years (450 hp).
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Hankey stars in Carrera Cup GB at the Nurburgring

Euan Hankey was the absolute hero of the day in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB at the Nurburgring Nordschleife today (Thursday 23 June) during testing ahead of round nine of the championship.

With a mighty performance on the toughest race track in the world, Hankey (Parker with Juta) belied his inexperience of the German venue to not only top the Carrera Cup GB field but also post eighth fastest time overall within the 100-strong field for the Porsche Carrera World Cup. Even though he has only raced at the Nordschleife once before, Hankey was the only driver from outside the Porsche Supercup and Carrera Cup Germany runners to feature in the top 10 times. He ended the session ahead of established Porsche and Nurburgring aces like Patrick Huisman, Nick Tandy and Jeroen Bleekemolen.

The Porsche Carrera World Cup is the biggest single-make Porsche race ever held, with 100 cars from Europe including 21 cars from the Carrera Cup GB and GT3 Cup Challenge. It was a fabulous sight as James Sutton headed 100 911 GT3 Cup cars out of the Formula 1 paddock onto the Grand Prix circuit at the start of testing. The race on Saturday morning will run over six laps of the daunting 14-mile Nordschleife circuit.

“This is the most incredible place in motor sport,” said Hankey. “I’m so enjoying it that I can’t really put it into words. I’ve only raced here once and it is so overwhelming the first time you drive around it.”

Next among the Carrera Cup GB crews were Sutton and Michael Meadows (SAS/Redline). “It was hard work and a little bit sloppy,” reported Sutton of his session. “I bent the steering arm at the Carousel early in the session and so there is a lot of time to come in qualifying.” Meadows suffered a similar fate to his team mate with a bent steering arm from the second lap. “I love it; it’s a great track,” said Meadows.

In Pro-Am1, Jonas Gelzinis (Juta Racing) headed the times from Derek Pierce (Team Parker Racing) and Rory Butcher (Celtic Speed). Pro-A1 contender Ahmad Al Harthy (Oman Air/Redline) was bowled over by the whole experience. “It’s the hardest circuit I’ve ever driven on and really challenging in a Cup car,” he said. “It really is something special and like nothing we’ve ever done before.”

In Pro-Am2, George Brewster (Celtic Speed) and Keith Webster (Redline Racing) were the Pro-Am2 pacesetters. “That was the experience of my life,” said Webster, who had previously done many laps of the Nordschleife on motorbikes. “It is awesome; what a place to drive,” he said.

Qualifying will be start at 15.25 on Friday afternoon, with the race at 11.20 on Sunday during the build up to the annual 24-hour race.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 24, 2011 11:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sutton tops Carrera Cup GB pack at the Nurburgring

James Sutton was the leading Porsche Carrera Cup GB driver on the Nurburgring Nordschleife today (Friday 24 June) during qualifying for round nine of the championship, the Porsche Carrera World Cup. Jonas Gelzinis (Juta Racing) headed Pro-Am1 and George Brewster (Celtic Speed) set the Pro-Am2 pace.

Sutton (SAS/Redline) and Euan Hankey (Parker with Juta) headed the times, but both fell foul of the challenging track and crashed out before the end of qualifying. Sutton’s car should be ready for Saturday’s race, but will require a major amount of work from the Redline crew, but Hankey’s will not be able to race.

A rain and hailstorm swept across the circuit shortly before qualifying, but the main Nordschleife was largely dry and most drivers started the hour-long session on slick tyres. Sutton set his best time on his second flying lap of the 14-mile track, but later spun into the barriers trying to improve on 17th place overall in the 100-car field. “We had the job done and the car was fantastic, but the circuit bit me,” admitted Sutton. The Redline team now faces a late night of work to fix the car, but team boss Simon Leonard is confident that it will be ready for the race on Saturday morning.

Things were not so good for Hankey, who had been the star of testing. Attacking the track in pursuit of a leading time he crashed heavily. Hankey was unharmed, but the car is out for the rest of the weekend. Third fastest in overall terms was Michael Meadows (SAS/Redline). “The first lap was a nightmare and the Grand Prix track was the wettest part. No one knew how hard to push,” said Meadows, who was only two seconds slower than Sutton.

Gelzinis headed Pro-Am1 with a fine performance ahead of his first race on the Nordschleife. “I was very careful from the start and I decided to stay out of trouble,” said the Lithuanian racer. “The result is quite okay.” Rory Butcher (Celtic Speed) was an excellent second fastest in Pro-Am1. “I really enjoyed that,” said the Scot. “It’s a real challenge and we are just so lucky to be racing here.” Fellow Scot Derek Pierce (Team Parker Racing) was a very close third in Pro-Am1, despite a high-speed spin when catching a slower car. “I was so pleased it stayed out of the barriers. I felt I had the pace for pole, but I got big traffic on my best lap.”

Brewster made it a good day for Celtic Speed with the best time in Pro-Am2, after pitting mid-session to change the set-up to suit the drying track. “I knew we had a chance of two flying laps and there were yellow flags, but we got a good run. The whole thing is amazing,” said Brewster of the Porsche Carrera World Cup race weekend.

Second to Brewster was Keith Webster (Redline Racing) as Richard Denny (Parr Motorsport) completed the top three in Pro-Am2. “I’m disappointed; I wanted to be P1 but I just couldn’t string a lap together,” said Webster. “I love the track,” said Denny, who found a 10s improvement over his best lap in testing.
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Porsche Carrera World Cup on the Nürburgring

Motorsport fans around the world wait in eager anticipation for the 25th of June, 2011. On this day, Porsche adds yet another superlative to the history of the Nürburgring-Nordschleife: At the Porsche Carrera World Cup, more than 100 participants from 25 countries contest the greatest Porsche race of all time on the legendary race track that is also dubbed the ‘green hell’.

The race on the legendary circuit in Germany’s Eifel region with a total of 88 corners (northern loop plus the Grand Prix circuit) runs over six laps (152.268 kilometres), and is not just a case for the ‘Guinness Book of Records’. It also poses the greatest sporting challenge imaginable for Porsche Cup pilots. “The Nordschleife is a very tricky track,” says Uwe Brettel, General Manager Motorsport Sales at Porsche. He sums up the fascination of this race aptly: “The Carrera World Cup is the link between two very successful motorsport platforms: Porsche’s one-make race series and the Nürburgring-Nordschleife.”

The Porsche Carrera World Cup, which takes off just prior to the 24 hour race, is not only unique because of its giant grid, but also because of the sporting significance. Quantity and quality – that was the whole idea. And it worked: The Porsche Mobil1 Supercup as the world’s fastest international one-make race series, and the well-supported Carrera Cups in Germany, Great Britain, France, Italy and Scandinavia count this event as one of their regular championship rounds. Drivers will be classified for their respective series as well as for the Porsche Carrera World Cup. Also joining the action are guest drivers from other Carrera Cups and GT3 Cup Challenges around the world.

One of the most prominent competitors is Craig Baird. Over the course of his outstanding career, the New Zealander has notched up 109 victories in Porsche one-make race series, making him the most successful Porsche Cup pilot in the world. Porsche AG invited him back to the Nordschleife, which he knows from two 24 hour races there, to drive the VIP-car with the starting number 200. His Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is also a feast for the eyes. Its design is an artistic interpretation of the Nürburgring-Nordschleife as the ‘green hell’ with licking flames as well as a stylised world map representing the 25 nations from which the international grid comes to contest the greatest Porsche race on earth. At the wheel of the second VIP-911 fielded by Porsche Cars North America, Melanie Snow celebrates her race debut on the Eifel circuit. The mother of four is one of the most well-known racers in the USA and for many years has contested the IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge where she won the Gold Cup class in 2009. At the Porsche Carrera World Cup the ‘world’s fastest mum’ is the only female in the field.

The field is divided into two classes: The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup with 3.6-litre engines from the 2007 to 2009 model years (400 to 420 hp) as well as the 3.8-litre version from the 2010 and 2011 model years (450 hp) are classified separately. Two sets of slicks and one set of wet tyres are permitted for each vehicle for the entire race weekend. The starting groups, consisting of a maximum of 70 vehicles per group, take off on their journey into the “Green Hell” with a flying start (Indianapolis start). About two minutes separate each group.

So that the spectators can better recognise the vehicles, all start numbers have three-digits. The first numeral stands for the respective series from which the cars come. 0 stands for the Porsche Mobil1 Supercup, the number 1 for the Carrera Cup France, the number 2 for the Carrera Cup Deutschland, number 3 for the Carrera Cup and the GT3 Cup Challenge Great Britain, 4 for the Carrera Cup Italia and 5 for the Carrera Cup Scandinavia. The second and third numerals are the original starting numbers with which the individual cars contest their respective series. Prize money for the overall winner is 11,000 Euro. Second place receives 8,000 Euro, third 6,000 Euro.

“Since its market launch in 1998 we’ve built more than 2,200 units of the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup which are fielded in 20 one-make race series worldwide,” says Hartmut Kristen, Head of Porsche Motorsport. “With the Porsche Carrera World Cup on the Nordschleife, we want to offer our brand trophy series customers worldwide another highlight.”

Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup: Nick Tandy hopes for first win of the season

Nick Tandy tackles the Porsche Carrera World Cup as the leader of the Porsche Mobil1 Supercup. Driving for Konrad Motorsport, the Briton has notched up three second places this season, but is now hoping to bring home his first victory from the demanding Nordschleife. Last year’s vice-champion has prepared himself well for the race, however the three winners of this season are experienced Nordschleife pilots: For his teammate Christian Engelhart, winner of the season-opener in Istanbul, the Eifel circuit is no less familiar turf as it is for Barcelona winner Sean Edwards of Abu Dhabi by tolimit and the VELTINS Lechner Racing pilot and reigning Supercup champion René Rast, who dominated at the Monaco round.

Jeroen Bleekemolen from the Netherlands is also very much looking forward to the Porsche Carrera World Cup. “This race is a great idea,” says the two-time Supercup winner driving for the Abu Dhabi by tolimit squad. Bleekemolen has yet to secure a victory this season. “If you want to be seriously fast on the Nordschleife you need to be gutsy. But that’s exactly what race drivers love. For me, this race marks the greatest challenge of the year.”

Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland: Ideal start to the season

Unlike in the Porsche Mobil1 Supercup, Nick Tandy has already notched up one win from the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland this year – the points’ leader kicked off the new season perfectly with victory at the season-opener in Hockenheim. Jeroen Bleekemolen has also enjoyed a promising start: Competing for the Deutsche Post by tolimit team, the Dutchman won his home race in Zandvoort. His compatriot Jaap van Lagen (Land Motorsport), winner at Spielberg, and Denmark’s Nicki Thiim (Hermes Attempto Racing), who last weekend celebrated his first Carrera Cup victory on the Lausitzring, are all determined to earn more championship points at the Porsche Carrera World Cup.

Despite not having notched up any wins yet, Germany’s seasoned campaigner Uwe Alzen (PZ Aschaffenburg Uwe Alzen Automotive) belongs to the circle of favourites to win at the Porsche Carrera World Cup, thanks to his extensive Nordschleife experience. Another race favourite is the Schnabl Engineering pilot from Austria, Martin Ragginger. “I’ve already driven the Cup-Porsche on the Nordschleife and the handling of the car is very good,” says Uwe Alzen, an authority on Porsche one-make race series. “It’s going to be tight amongst the front-runners and facing so many good pilots at the top will be a tough nut to crack.”


Schedule Porsche Carrera World Cup

Thursday, 23 June 18.00 – 19.00 hrs Free practice
Friday, 24 June 15.25 – 16.25 hrs Qualifying
Saturday, 25 June 10.30 – 11.00 hrs Grid line-up
11.00 hrs Formation lap
11.20 – 12.35 hrs Race

TV station Eurosport broadcasts the Porsche Carrera World Cup on 25 June 2011 live from 10.45 hrs.
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Historic pole position for Norbert Siedler

Norbert Siedler takes up the eagerly anticipated premiere of the Porsche Carrera World Cup on Saturday on the Nürburgring-Nordschleife from pole position. At the fiercely contested qualifying session that delivered suspense from start to finish and determines the grid for the greatest Porsche race in history with competitors from 25 countries, the Austrian planted his VELTINS Lechner Racing Porsche 911 GT3 Cup on pole. Just 0.403 seconds shy of the fastest qualifier came his team mate René Rast (Germany) on the second grid spot. Third went to VERVA Racing team’s pilot Kuba Giermaziak from Poland with a gap of 0.63 seconds.

Changes at the top came thick and fast in the final 15 minutes of the qualifying on the legendary Eifel circuit. Renè Rast, the reigning champion of the Supercup, seemed to have the top time under his belt. His arch rival from Britain Nick Tandy (Konrad Motorsport) lay in second place. But then Norbert Siedler put in a perfect lap shortly before the end of the session, with Kuba Giermaziak following suit, effectively relegating Nick Tandy, the current points’ leader of the Porsche Mobil1 Supercup, to fourth place on the grid. The third row is occupied by Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland pilot Nicki Thiim from Denmark (Hermes Attempto Racing) and Christian Engelhart from Germany, who has already yielded a victory for his Konrad Motorsport squad at the season-opening round of the Porsche Mobil1 Supercup in Istanbul. Sean Edwards from Great Britain (Team Abu Dhabi by tolimit) qualified seventh, with Germany’s Lance David Arnold (Motopark Oschersleben) in eighth. The seasoned campaigner of Porsche makes cup, Uwe Alzen from Germany (PZ Aschaffenburg Uwe Alzen Automotive), and Frenchman Nicolas Armindo (Hermes Attempto Racing), the reigning champion of the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland, rounded off the top ten. The fierceness of the competition for the top grid positions was shown in the fact that less than ten seconds separated the first 17 positions on the 25.358 kilometre Nürburgring-Nordschleife.

In the VIP-car of Porsche AG, New Zealander Craig Baird, the most successful Porsche Cup pilot worldwide with 109 wins in Porsche brand trophy series, claimed the 31st spot. America’s Melanie Snow, the only female in the field, moved up the field in the VIP-car fielded by Porsche Cars North America to rank 84th.

The inaugural Porsche Carrera World Cup is also the official championship round for the Porsche Mobil1 Supercup as well as the Porsche Carrera Cups of Germany, Great Britain, France, Italy and Scandinavia. Below are the pole-setters of their respective series.

Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup: Norbert Siedler (1st place)
Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland: Nicki Thiim (5th place)
Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain: James Sutton (17th place)
Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia: Robin Rudholm (18th place)
Porsche Carrera Cup Italy: Marco Mapelli (19th place)
Porsche Carrera Cup France: Lonni Martins (51st place)


Result Qualifying
1. Norbert Siedler (A), VELTINS Lechner Racing, 8:35.809 minutes
2. René Rast (D), VELTINS Lechner Racing, + 0.403 seconds
3. Kuba Giermaziak (PL), VERVA Racing Team, + 0.663
4. Nick Tandy (GB), Konrad Motorsport, + 3.002
5. Nicki Thiim (DK), Hermes Attempto Racing, + 3.834
6. Christian Engelhart (D), Konrad Motorsport, + 4.756
7. Sean Edwards (GB), Team Abu Dhabi by tolimit, + 5.366
8. Lance David Arnold (D), Motopark Oschersleben, + 5.945
9. Uwe Alzen (D), PZ Aschaffenburg Uwe Alzen Automotive, + 6.397
10. Nicolas Armindo (F), Hermes Attempto Racing, + 6.893
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 25, 2011 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What an amazing race Smile

Won by Rene Rast

2nd Norbert Siedler
3rd Lance Arnold

4th was Sean Edwards who now leads the Supercup Championship on points from Nick Tandy who crashed out on lap 2

Of the Carrera Cup GB runners

Tim Harvey was 13th with Stephen Jelley 16th and Sam Tordoff 22nd

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Trying to watch this, looks like I must've missed it? Dont know
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Brilliant race, had all the thrills and especially the spills of gerat racing
in totally wet conditions. If only I was that brave in the wet worship
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the start

watch for Sean Edwards get from 7th to 4th on the GP Circuit before it enters the Nordschliefe


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Nick Tandy Crashes Hard out at Aremberg


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Onboard with race leader Rene Rast around the wet Nordschleife


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Harvey masters Nurburgring in Carrera Cup GB

Tim Harvey called on all his racing experience and wet weather prowess to win the Porsche Carrera Cup GB element of the Porsche Carrera World Cup race on the Nurburgring Nordschleife today (Saturday 25 June).

The race, over six laps of the toughest circuit in the world, ran in truly challenging conditions that caught out many drivers, but Harvey (Nationwide/Motorbase) drove a superbly measured race to win after working ahead of Stephen Jelley (Team Parker Racing). Rory Butcher (Celtic Speed) was a tremendous fourth to win Pro-Am1, while Richard Denny (Parr Motorsport) drove the race of his life to win the Pro-Am2 category.

Steady rain before the start of the race left the 14-mile track very wet and slippery for the 98-car field contesting the biggest one-make Porsche race in history. The grid was split into three groups of 911 GT3 Cup cars for the rolling start, with race results determined on elapsed time and sitting in 98th place on the grid was Richard Plant (Team Parker Racing) after gearbox problems in qualifying.

The opening lap delivered many incidents and accidents and the drama claimed four of the five cars from Red Line Racing as James Sutton, Ben Hetherington, Ahmad Al Harthy and Keith Webster all crashed out. Meanwhile, Michael Meadows (SAS/Redline) lost his front splitter as he battled in the lower reaches of the first grid with Jonas Gelzinis (Juta Racing).

Starting near the front of the second grid proved beneficial to Jelley and Harvey who had a clearer track ahead of them and less spray as they quickly moved into the lead on race times. Harvey was content to sit behind Jelley over the first couple of laps as they explored the amount of grip available, but was then able to move ahead as the track became slightly less wet. After six truly demanding laps, Harvey was top of the Carrera Cup pack and 13th overall among the best 911 GT3 Cup racers in the world.

“That’s the one you want to win,” said an elated Harvey. “This was the big one and it is a wonderful feeling. It was about being safe on the first lap because I’d never driven a racing lap here in the wet. The car from Motorbase was easy to drive and once I got past Stephen I was able to pull away. It’s been a fantastic event and one of the best race meetings I can remember.”

Jelley chased hard, but was reeled in and passed on the final lap by Butcher. However, a 30s time penalty for a yellow flag infringement later cost Butcher two places and he ended the race fourth and first in Pro-Am1. “There were so many unknowns,” said Jelley of the opening laps. “But it was very challenging and a great event. That’s probably the best race I’ve ever done.”

With Butcher’s penalty, Sam Tordoff (Team Parker Racing) completed the overall podium after a tremendous drive in the toughest of conditions. “The first aim was to get to the finish,” said Tordoff. “This is the best track in the world in the dry and the scariest in the wet, and you do have to respect it.”

For the second race running, Butcher excelled in wet and slippery conditions and was unfortunate to drop from second to fourth with his time penalty. “I love the way the car is in the wet and I don’t think I could have asked for much more. I love this track and I just enjoyed the whole thing.” Taking fifth overall and second in Pro-Am1 was Derek Pierce (Dextra/JD Pierce by Parker) after another starring performance. ”There’s not even a scratch on the car,” he said. “That was the toughest race I’ve ever had.”

Meadows and Gelzinis battled home for sixth and seventh, both losing out in the early laps by running in the chaos and spray of the first pack. Having started 98th and dead last, Plant drove a stunning race to battle through to 35th overall and eighth in the Carrera Cup GB and earn the ‘driver of the weekend’ award. Alex Martin (Dextra/JD Pierce by Parker) had an excellent run to ninth place to ensure all five Team Parker Racing cars in the race reached the finish. That achievement earned the squad the ‘team of the weekend’ award.

With George Brewster (Celtic Speed) out at the first corner after a knock from another car, Denny clinched his first Pro-Am2 category win. “It was unbelievable; crazy and amazing,” said Denny. “There was almost zero visibility at the start. That’s the toughest race I’ve done by a long way!”
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In the most spectacular race of the current season René RAst wins the Porsche Carrera World Cup at the legendary Nürburgring-Nordschleife. In a thrilling fight against his team mate Norbert Siedler, the German finally crossed the finish line first. Guest starter Lance David Arnold became third in fron of Sean Edwards, who leads the both now, the Supercup as well as the German Carrera Cup.

Good start in all three groups

Pole-Setter Norbert Siedler won the start of the Porsche Carrera World Cup. The Austrian turned as the leader into the first corner ahead of his team mate René Rast. Further back Kuba Giermaziak dropped back behind Nick Tandy, who immediately closed up the gap to the two leaders.

Despite the huge number of starters no accidents happened in all three groups in the initial phase of the race. All 97 starters made it through the first corners without remarkable incidents, only some of them spun. One of the victims who spun was the American guest starter Melanie Snow, who was turned around by another opponent.

The battle for the victory

Team boss Walter Lechner surely will keep June, 25th 2011 in his mind for ever. It is the day at which two of his drivers won the biggest Porsche makes cups race of the world. Right from the start René Rast and Norbert Siedler set the pace of a thrilling race.

The only driver who could keep the pace and fight for the top with the Lechner-boys was Nick Tandy. However, at one of his attempts to pass Siedler, he lost his car at the quick Aremberg passage, and crashed into the barriers. Siedler, who had to back off for a moment immediately managed to close the gap to René Rast again.

Two became three

Within the last two laps it was not only a fight between two drivers. The former Porsche-Junior Lance David Arnold, who participated in the race as a guest starter, with really quick lap times closed the gap to the leaders, but at least only endangered Siedlers second rank. Siedler, who was under strong pressure of Arnold almost lost his car at one attack of the German. The Austrian had to go over the gras, almost hit the barriers, but managed to get back on the track again.

However, Arnold could not take profit off the mistake and finally had to settle with third rank, while Rast and Siedler could clinch a double-victory for the Lechner Team. It was a moving moment for team boss Walter Lechner. “When the cars crossed the finish line it was an emotional moment for the team. I am very thankful to René Rast, Norbert Siedler and my complete crew”, the Austrian tried to hide his tears.

Final Station – Crash Barriers

In the second lap the Aremberg curve became a big parking lot for some of the favourites drivers. At first it was Nick Tandy who crashed. The Brit was just out of his car, when also Patrick Huisman and Stefan Rosina ended up in the gravel. Both had better luck than the Brit. They could get out and managed to continue with the race.

Tandy, who until his crash could set the Lechner drivers under pressure, lost not only his chances for another podium finish, but a lot more: The Brit lost his lead in the driver standings of both, the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup as well as the Porsche Carrera Cup to his compatriot Sean Edwards. In the Supercup Tandy even drops back to third position behind Edwards and Rast.

The new championship leader – Sean Edwards

The Englishman, who is regarded to be one of the best drivers in the rain, felt confident with the wet conditions and also belonged to the quickest on the track. However, in the first laps he could keep pace with the top, but later he had to let them go. “A pity, it would have been great, to finish on the podium, but I did my best”, says the Brit. “The first laps were difficult, because I couldn’t see anything because of the spray. Later, Arnold was quicker than me and I had to let him pass. After Nick (Tandy) was out of the race, I concentrated on finishing fourth to take over the lead in both championships. An almost perfect day for me and the tolimit team.”

A great performance was also delivered by Supercup Rookie Kevin Estre. Started 13th, the Frenchman finally crossed the finish line sixth, having reason to rejoice. “It was unbelievable. At the beginning I couldn’t see a lot, then I slid some times and now I am really happy that I finished the race with such a good result.”

Behind the Frenchman twofold Supercup champion Jeroen Bleekemolen crossed the line on seventh position, followed by Patrick Huisman and Stefan Rosina, who were in the gravel at the beginning. “After the incident I thought the race would be over for me, now I am really happy about the good result”, reported Stefan Rosina.
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