Creating champions since 1990, the one-make series by Porsche has always delivered its share of racing action and excitement. The sprint specification of this car means no ABS, no Traction Control, limited allowance in-car setup adjustments as well as stiffer suspensions. The Carrera Cup is a series of pure driving skills.
The 2019 crown went to French driver Julien Andlauer, who finished just 2 points (and a half) ahead of Germany’s Michael Ammermüller.
The latest incarnation of the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is based on the seventh generation of this sports car icon, and it lives up to its calling: uncompromising performance on the race track. The four-liter six-cylinder boxer unit delivers up to 485 hp.
The drive force is transmitted to the rear axle by six-speed sequential dog-type transmission. The fate of the 911 GT3 Cup is played out in the Porsche one-make championships, where the only thing that counts is the performance of the individual driver.
The 2019 calendar visited Hockenheim, Autodrome Most, the Red Bull Ring, Norisring, Zandvoort, Nürburgring and Sachsenring.
All those tracks are available in RaceRoom for you to immediately recreate the excitement of the Carrera Cup from the comfort of your home and become the virtual champion amongst this huge field of beautiful Porsche liveries.
And remember: the original Porsche 911 Carrera Cup (964) from 1990 is also present in RaceRoom for that back to the roots racing feeling!
31 gorgeous new liveries & sprint race spec physics ✅
Porsche Carrera Cup Germany is now available for #RaceRoom
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