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About
Sprint Challenge North America.

Welcome to the world of Porsche Sprint Challenge North America. This exhilarating racing series is a thrilling showcase of speed, skill, and precision, designed to push both drivers and their high-performance Porsche machines to their limits.

Porsche Sprint Challenge North America stands as a premier one-make racing championship, attracting a diverse array of talented drivers and passionate enthusiasts from all corners of North America. It serves as a launching pad for aspiring racers, providing them with a platform to showcase their talent and make their mark in the highly competitive world of motorsport. For seasoned professionals, it offers an opportunity to demonstrate their expertise and compete against the best in the business.

The series features five distinct classes: 992 Pro-Am, 992 Masters, 991, Cayman Pro-Am, Cayman Masters.  This division ensures fair competition and allows drivers to extract the maximum performance from their respective vehicles, creating intense battles on the track.

Throughout the season, Porsche Sprint Challenge North America visits renowned race tracks across the continent, including legendary venues like Road America, Watkins Glen International, and Circuit of the Americas. 

These iconic circuits provide the perfect backdrop for heart-pounding action, as drivers navigate challenging corners, execute daring overtakes, and push their cars to the absolute limit.

Porsche Sprint Challenge North America not only provides an adrenaline-fueled racing experience but also offers a supportive and professional environment for drivers to develop their skills. With expert coaching, technical support, and a dedicated team behind each competitor, the series fosters growth and progression, ensuring that drivers are constantly improving and honing their abilities.

Whether you’re a motorsport enthusiast, a Porsche aficionado, or simply someone who appreciates the thrill of high-speed racing, Porsche Sprint Challenge North America promises an unforgettable experience. So buckle up and get ready to witness the power, precision, and passion that defines this incredible racing series.

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Sprint Challenge USA West.

Building on the success of the North American series in 2021, Porsche Motorsport North America (PMNA) and the United States Auto Club (USAC) joined forces to create Porsche Sprint Challenge USA West. Porsche Sprint Challenge USA West, a six-weekend season, was developed to provide race teams in the western United States and Canada a more geographically favorable travel schedule.This collaboration has resulted in a racing championship that attracts a diverse array of talented drivers and passionate enthusiasts from all corners of North America. Whether you’re an aspiring racer looking to make your mark or a seasoned professional seeking to compete against the best in the business, this series provides the perfect platform to showcase your talent and expertise.

The championship is structured around five distinct classes, catering to a diverse range of drivers: 992 Pro-Am, 992 Masters, 991, Cayman Pro-Am, and Cayman Masters. This thoughtful division not only fosters fair competition but also enables drivers to push their respective vehicles to their limits, resulting in exhilarating battles on the track. As the season unfolds, the Porsche Sprint Challenge USA West embarks on a thrilling journey, gracing renowned race tracks across the continent. Additionally, it participates in select joint events with the North American series, showcasing its competitive spirit at iconic venues such as Circuit of the Americas, Road America, and Sonoma Raceway.

About
Endurance Challenge North America.

Introducing the Porsche Endurance Challenge North America, a thrilling new racing series that pushes the limits of teamwork, skill, and endurance. The inaugural round of four-round Porsche One Make championship takes place at some of America’s most quintessential tracks including Circuit of the Americas, Sonoma Raceway, and Road America, offering a true test of driver and machine.

The first three rounds feature intense 60-minute races, where up to two drivers per car will navigate challenging turns and straightaways in a quest for victory. The series, which includes the 992, 991.2 and GT4 classes, will draw to an end at Circuit of the Americas, with a grueling 6-hours event that will push drivers and teams to their limits. This is the ultimate test of stamina and strategy for the competitors.

Expect heart-pounding action as top drivers and teams compete in high-performance Porsche race cars, showcasing precision engineering and raw power. From the roar of the engines to the thrill of close-quarters racing, the Porsche Endurance Challenge North America promises an unforgettable experience for motorsport enthusiasts.

Race Cars.

The spectacularly styled cup car is the first racing version based on the current 992 generation road car and the first one make-cup racer of the German sports car manufacturer to feature the wide body chassis of the 911 Turbo.

Producing around 375 kW (510 hp), the new 911 GT3 Cup exceeds the output of its immediate predecessor by 25 horsepower.

The overall increase in performance of the 992 generation – over the type 991 II generation – was immediately apparent in the championship with lap times nearly as quick as that year’s 911 GT3 R race cars in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. The development also showed itself in the Porsche Mobil1 Supercup rounds in 2021, where lap times were slashed by up to three seconds at most European circuits.

This was in part due to not only the increase in power, but increased traction and downforce, with component run times also extended over the previous generation – offering lower running costs and reliability for all.

The new car debuted in Porsche Deluxe Carrera Cup North America in 2021.

The 4-liter, six-cylinder flat engine now resides at the rear of the world’s most-produced GT racing car, providing an even greater level of power.

With its direct fuel injection and motorsport technology, this compact engine delivers an impressive peak performance of 357 kW (485 hp). Not only does it offer exceptional power, but a range of innovative features also enhance efficiency, ensuring improved durability and reduced maintenance costs for the naturally aspirated engine during intense racing conditions.

One notable advancement in the new 991 GT3 Cup is the introduction of a valve drive with rigidly mounted rocker arms and a central oil feed, a first for this model. Additionally, an integrated oil centrifuge optimizes oil defoaming within the engine, further enhancing its performance. Furthermore, a crankshaft with significantly increased rigidity has been implemented, adding to the overall robustness of the car.

The debut of the new 991 GT3 Cup took place during the 2017 race season, initially featuring exclusively in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, which runs alongside Formula 1 races, as well as in the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland and North America. Starting from 2018, this exceptional car became available for other market cups, expanding its reach and allowing more racing enthusiasts to experience its remarkable capabilities.

The entry into GT racing: faster than ever. The new 718 Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport is ready to succeed in sprinting and endurance races in international competitions.

Thanks to its increased performance. Because it glides over bumps in the asphalt even more effortlessly. And because it can go straight to the starting line. The 718 Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport is a genuine turn-key racing car for all homologated GT4 racing series. A commitment to the race track. A declaration of dependence on motorsport.

The feeling of never wanting to let off the gas again. Sounds familiar? Then we can ramp that up now. With up to 9,000 rpm, the 6-cylinder naturally aspirated boxer engine in mid-engine design is eager for the next race victory. And the sound? As overwhelming as the driving power of 500 PS (368 kW), which the 7-speed PDK transmission with rigid suspension and shorter ratios transmits to the rear axle without delay. What does that do to the driver? It is pleasantly addictive. You will want more. And even more of that driving experience.

Anyone who is enthusiastic about motorsport will never let go of the 718 Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport. The improved driveability has the same effect on both pro and amateur driving: an urge to drive again. Becoming one again with the race car and the race track. Be a few tenths of a second faster again. The basis is the chassis which has been specially developed for the race track. Seven-way adjustable sword-type anti-roll bars on the front and rear axles and optimized 2-way shock absorbers compensate for unevenness in the asphalt and ensure precision on any race track. Keeping control when pushed to the limit? It’s hard to believe what’s possible.

992 Cup Car.
Concept
Single-seater production-based race car
Base Model
911 GT3
Engine
Bodyshell
Brake System
Electrical system
Transmission
Suspension
Wheels/Tires
Weight/Dimensions
992 Cup Car (1)
Type
Water-cooled six-cylinder boxer engine
Displacement
3,996cm³; stroke 81.5mm; bore 102mm
Max. power
510 HP (375 KW) AT 8,400 RPM
Max. power
470 NM AT 6,150 RPM
Max. torque
8,750
Max. RPM
3,996 CM3; STROKE 81.5 MM; BORE 102 MM;
Details
Four-valve technology; single throttle butterfly system; intake manifold with two resonance flaps; engine control unit Bosch MS 6.6; dry-sump lubrication; single-mass flywheel; race exhaust system with DMSB certified catalytic converter
Fuel Grade
SUPERPLUS UNLEADED, TO E20 (MIN. 98 OCTANE)
Bodyshell
  • Lightweight body featuring intelligent aluminum-steel composite design
  • Mounting points for lifting device
  • Removable rescue hatch in roof
  • Welded-in roll-cage
  • Approved for co-driver use on circuits
  • Seat in accordance with FIA Standard 8862/2009
  • Infinite longitudinal adjustment, two positions for height and inclination
  • Six-point racing safety harness, for use with HANS®
  • Adjustable steering column with steering angle sensor
  • Front cover with integrated quick-release fasteners
  • Cooler exit-air duct and central air intake for cockpit ventilation
  • Widened front bumper with spoiler lip; fenders with extensions
  • Rear bodywork with integrated rain light in accordance with FIA regulations
  • Doors, rear cover and rear wing made of carbon fiber reinforced polymers (CFRP)
  • Rear wing with ‘swan neck’ mounting, adjustable in 11 positions
  • Polycarbonate windows with hard coating
  • Air-jack system with three jacks; valve mounting points on either side of the car
  • 29-gallon (110-liter) FT3 safety fuel cell in the front
  • CFRP interior trim panels
  • Multifunctional CFRP motorsport steering wheel with quick-release coupling
  • Shift paddles and illuminated push buttons
  • Ergonomic digital touch panel with multi-color backlight
  • Safety nets (center and driver’s side) in accordance with latest FIA safety regulations
  • Preparation for seat ventilation
  • Fire extinguisher system with electronic release unit.
Brake System
  • Two independent brake circuits incorporating front and rear axle brake pressure sensors, driver adjustable brake force distribution via brake balance system; racing brake pads
  • Optimized brake ducts
  • Ergonomic brake pedal positioning
FRONT AXLE
SIX-PISTON ALUMINUM MONOBLOC RACING BRAKE CALIPERS WITH ‘ANTI KNOCK-BACK’ PISTON SPRINGS; VENTILATED 380 MM X 32 MM STEEL BRAKE DISCS MOUNTED ON ALUMINUM DISC BELLS; ALUMINUM BRAKE DISC CHAMBER
REAR AXLE
FOUR-PISTON ALUMINUM MONOBLOC RACING BRAKE CALIPERS WITH ‘ANTI KNOCK-BACK’ PISTON SPRINGS; VENTILATED 380 MM X 32 MM STEEL BRAKE DISCS MOUNTED ON ALUMINUM DISC BELLS; ALUMINUM BRAKE DISC CHAMBER
Electrical system
  • Porsche Logger Unit; Porsche Power Box, 10.3 inch Porsche color display lightweight, leak-proof LiFePO4 battery 12V, 60 Ah in passenger footwell
  • 175 A alternator; digital touch panel with multi-color backlight
  • Single-arm windscreen wiper with direct drive (intermittent and continuous operation)
  • Three additional center console switches for additional power consumers
  • Lighting system
  • Data connection (data logger, video system)
Transmission
  • Porsche six-speed sequential dog-type gearbox
  • Paddle shift with electronic shift barrel actuator
  • Mechanical limited slip differential
  • Three-plate sintered metal racing clutch
Suspension
  • Forged aluminum control arms & top mounts, stiffness optimized
  • Heavy-duty spherical bearings with dust protection
  • Wheel hubs with center-lock wheel nut
  • Shock absorbers with motorsport-specific valve characteristic
  • Double-blade-type adjustable anti-roll bars
  • Front axle tire pressure monitoring system
FRONT AXLE
SINGLE-PIECE CENTER-LOCK ALLOY WHEELS CONFORMING TO PORSCHE SPECIFICATION AND DESIGN, 12J X 18; TIRE DIMENSION 30/65-18
REAR AXLE
Single-piece center-lock alloy wheels conforming to Porsche specification and design, 13J x 18; tire dimension 31/71-18
Total weight
2778 LBS / 1,260 KG
Total length
180.5 IN / 4,585 MM
Total width (front axle)
75.5 IN / 1,920 MM
Total width (rear axle)
74.6 IN / 1,902 MM
Wheelbase
96.8 IN / 2,459 MM
991.2 Cup Car.
Concept
Single-seater production-based race car
Base Model
911 GT3
Engine
Transmission
Bodyshell
Chassis
Brake System
Wheels/Tires
Electrical System
Weight/Dimensions
Fianco Porsche Carrera Cap Raptor
Aluminum six-cylinder horizontally opposed engine, rear-mounted
Sealed
3,996 cm3; stroke 81.5 mm; bore 102 mm
Max. power
357 kW (485 hp) at 7,500 rpm
Max. rpm
8,500
Maximum torque
480 Nm at 6,250 rpm
Single-mass flywheel
Water-cooled with thermal management for engine and transmission
Four valves per cylinder
Variable cam phasing (intake and exhaust)
Direct fuel injection
Fuel grade
Super unleaded, minimum 98 RON
Dry-sump lubrication
Electronic engine management (Bosch MS 4.6 NG)
Race exhaust system with regulated race catalytic converter
Rear silencer with central twin tailpipe
Electronic throttle
Porsche six-speed sequential dog-type transmission
Sealed
Internal pressure-oil lubrication with active oil cooling by oil-water heat exchanger
Mechanical differential lock
Triple-disc sintered metal racing clutch
Pneumatic gear shift activation (paddle shift)
Intelligent lightweight construction in aluminum and steel composite
Weld-in roll cage, certified compliance with FIA homologation regulations for safety cages
Front lid with two air intakes for cockpit ventilation, quick-release catches
Removable roof section in compliance with the latest FIA safety regulations
Fastening point preparation for central safety net attachment
Pickup point for lifting device
Modified and widened 911 GT3 wings
Enlarged rear wheel arches
Modified and widened 911 GT3 front apron with spoiler lip
Modified 911 GT3 rear apron with integral rain light in compliance with FIA homologation regulations
Lightweight exterior
  • carbon-fiber reinforced plastic doors with SportDesign mirrors
  • carbon-fiber reinforced plastic rear lid with quick-release catches
  • carbon-fiber reinforced plastic adjustable rear wing (nine positions)
  • polycarbonate rear side windows with air outlets
  • polycarbonate rear screen
Rear underbody paneling with NACA ducts for brake and driveshaft cooling
Modified 911 cockpit
  • weight-optimized magnesium subframe
  • ergonomic driver-oriented center console
  • control switch trim with fluorescent lettering
  • steering wheel with quick-release coupling, control panel and shift paddles
  • adjustable steering column with steering angle sensor
Racing bucket seat with fore/aft adjustment
  • homologated to latest FIA requirements
  • padding system for adapting to individual driver (delivered with size M)
Shock-absorbing roll cage safety cover for leg protection in driver’s footwell
Six-point racing safety harness
100-liter fuel cell (FT3 safety fuel cell) and ‘fuel cut-off’ safety valve in accordance with FIA regulations
Built-in air jack system (three jacks) with valve mountable on either side of the car
Forged control arms
optimized stiffness
double-shear track rod connection
heavy-duty spherical bearings
Wheel hubs with central locking device
Racing shock absorbers, non-adjustable
Double-blade-type adjustable anti-roll bars
Tire pressure monitoring system
Front axle
  • McPherson suspension strut, adjustable for height, camber and toe
  • forged and adjustable top mounts
  • electrohydraulic power steering with external control function for easy car maneuvering
Rear axle
  • multi-link rear suspension, adjustable for height, camber and toe
  • forged top mounts
Two independent brake circuits with brake pressure sensors for front and rear axle, adjustable by the driver via brake balance system
Derivative sensors and harness for retrofitting an ABS system
Multi-piece steel brake discs, internally vented and slotted, diameter: 380 mm
Racing brake pads
Optimized ventilation routing
Front axle
six-piston aluminum monobloc racing brake calipers with ‘anti-knock back’ piston springs
Rear axle
four-piston aluminum monobloc racing brake calipers with ‘anti-knock back’ piston springs
Front axle
  • single-piece center-lock alloy wheels conforming to Porsche specification and design, 10.5 J x 18 ET 28
  • treaded Michelin transportation tires; tire size: 27/65-18
Rear axle
  • single-piece center-lock alloy wheels conforming to Porsche specification and design, 12 J x 18 ET 53
  • treaded Michelin transportation tires; tire size: 31/71-18
COSWORTH color display ICD with integrated fault diagnostics
COSWORTH electrical system control unit IPS32
Electronic throttle
Fire extinguishing system (extinguishing agent: gas)
Battery 12 V, 70 Ah (AGM), leakproof, in co-driver’s footwell
175-A alternator Weight-optimized fan
Windscreen wiper with direct drive (intermittent and continuous operation)
Lighting system
Bi-Xenon main headlights
LED daytime running lights
LED tail lights and rain lights in compliance with FIA homologation regulations
Two additional switches in the center console for additional power consumers
CAN connection (data logger, video system)
Total weight
ca. 1‚200 kg (2,645.55 lbs)
Total length
4‚564 mm (179.01 inch)
Total width
1‚980 mm (77.95 inch)
Total height
1‚246 mm (49.06 inch)
Wheelbase
2‚456 mm (96.69 inch)
GT4RS Clubsport.
Concept
Single-seater, near-series racing car
Optional passenger seat for taxi rides
Base Model
718 Cayman GT4 RS
SRO GT4 homologated
Engine
Transmission
Chassis & Brakes
Electrics
Body
Rims & Tires
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Naturally aspirated 6-cylinder boxer engine in mid-engine design with rigid suspension
3,996 cm3; stroke 81.5 mm; bore 102 mm
Power
max. 368 kW (500 PS)
Fuel quality
at least 98 octane, unleaded
Metal catalytic converter according to SRO specification (quiet exhaust system available in After Sales)
BOP mapping with restrictor apertures
7-speed PDK transmission with rigid suspension
Short gear ratio (in comparison with the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport)
Rear-wheel drive
Dual-mass flywheel
Internal pressure-oil lubrication with active oil cooling
Mechanical differential lock, optimized for racing
Shift paddles on steering wheel
McPherson strut, adjustable in height, camber and toe
2-way shock absorber with improved characteristic curve
3 spring rates front axle, 3 spring rates rear axle
5-hole wheel hubs
Adjustable sword-type anti-roll bar on front and rear axles
Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPM)
Two independent brake circuits, brake balance adjustment via balance beam system
Racing-optimized PSM, map switch for setting ABS, ESC and TC
Steel brake discs, multi-piece, internally vented and slotted (380 mm diameter)
Racing brake pads
COSWORTH ICD instrument cluster with integrated data logger
Additional CAN data logger
Advanced fault diagnosis through PIWIS Motorsport tester
Track Precision app
Bi-xenon main headlights, LED tail lights
Motorsport multifunction steering wheel with optimized functionality (FCY function) made of natural fiber composite material
Lightweight lithium-ion battery (LiFePo)
Air conditioner
Rain light according to FIA regulations
Central fire extinguishing system according to FIA regulations
Lightweight body in intelligent aluminum-steel Composite construction
Welded-in roll cage with new geometry for taxi rides, according to FIA regulation for safety cages
Natural fiber composite body panels (doors, Front lid, front wings, add-on parts and rear wings)
Roof with escape hatch, certified according to FIA Art. 275a
Recaro racing bucket seat with fore/aft adjustment, according to FIA regulation, padding system for individual adjustment to the driver
6-point harness in accordance with the FIA standard for 2023 for driver seats
115-liter FT3 safety tank with “fuel cut-off” Safety valve according to FIA regulations
Quick-release fasteners on the front and rear lid
3-piston air lifting unit
Safety nets
FIA certified towing loops at front and rear
Optimized aerodynamics (flics, gurney, air curtain, wheel housing vents, larger adjustment range for rear wings)
Attractive interior
Optimized brake cooling (via Nacas on the front lid and modified air supply on wishbone)
Safety foam in the driver's door according to FIA regulation Electrics
One-piece forged light alloy rims with 5-hole connection
Front axle 9J x 18
Rear axle 10.35J x 18
Delivery on Michelin transport tires
Race Cars
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Global Platform.

Since 1990, Porsche Cup vehicles have been built on the base of the 911. On November 28, 2022, the 5,000th Cup vehicle rolled off the assembly line. At the same time, almost 5,000 races have been conducted in one-make series with Porsche Cup vehicles – a unique success story.

Upon the development of the Porsche 964 in 1990, the “Porsche Carrera Cup” was launched. The philosophy of the race series: uniform vehicles, tires, and fuel. On a technical level, cup vehicles are identical; the same goes for the Michelin tires. Everyone starts under the same conditions.

The first Porsche Carrera Cup Germany in 1990 was won by Olaf Manthey. He raced across the Circuit Zolder in Belgium with his Kümmerling-green Porsche 911 and claimed the championship title.

The 911 GT3 Cup vehicles are assembled in the main 911 facility in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, the very same production line as the other road-going sports cars. The race cars are always constructed during model years, often in fall/autumn, to be ready for the next season. One production run takes about eight hours, after which the vehicle is mostly completed and merely needs a final touch along with an approval run before the vehicle can be delivered “race-ready”.

After originally launching in Germany, Porsche Carrera Cup racing went international in 1993 with the launch of the Mobil 1 Porsche Supercup, which accompanies major Formula 1 races. German racer Altfrid Heger took the championship in its first year. In 2024, The Mobil 1 Porsche Supercup will begin its 32nd consecutive season.

Porsche Carrera Cup competition has been a breeding ground for international motorsport stars – many of whom today retain important roles with Porsche Motorsport.

Porsche GT legends – Jörg Bergmeister, Timo Bernhard, Marc Lieb and Patrick Pilet – all kick-started their careers with championship success in Porsche Carrera Cup Germany.

New Zealand racer Earl Bamber won a pair of Asian Porsche Carrera Cup championships and earned the 2014 Mobil 1 Porsche Supercup crown before going on to take two victories in the 24 Hour of Le Mans for Porsche in 2015 and 2017. He remains a race team owner in Porsche Carrera Cup Australia, and his team was the squad behind Team Australia’s GT win in the 2022 FIA Motorsport Games.

Three drivers from the Porsche Penske Motorsport 963 LMDh program are former Carrera Cup winners. Matt Campbell (Carrera Cup Australia champion, 2015) and Mathieu Jaminet (Carrera Cup France champion, 2015) became factory Porsche drivers after their success and won the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GT title last year. Both with drive the Porsche 963 in 2024.

British racer Nick Tandy won Carrera Cup Germany in 2011 and went on to take an overall 24 Hours of Le Mans victory in 2015. He returned to the Porsche family in 2023 aboard a Porsche 963 alongside Jaminet.

Another Carrera Cup champion, Kevin Estre, will race the Porsche 963 in the FIA World Endurance Championship while Porsche GT racer Jaxon Evans is another former Carrera Cup champion.

Kay van Berlo and Trenton Estep both earned a spot in the Porsche Selected Driver Program North America thanks to their achievements in the Porsche Deluxe Carrera Cup North America campaigns.

2021’s inaugural Porsche Carrera Cup presented by Cayman Islands champion Seb Priaulx went on to race Porsche machinery to victory in the FIA WEC last year and returned to the US in 2023 in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship with new fan favorite team, AO Racing.

Class Structure.

The 992 Pro-Am Classification is a separate classification for drivers aged 16 years (15 with waiver) to 49 years participating in Porsche 992 GT3 Cup model cars from MY 2021-2024.

The 992 Masters Classification is a separate classification for drivers aged 50 years or greater participating in Porsche 992 GT3 Cup model cars from MY 2021-2023.

The 991 Classification is a separate classification for drivers participating in Porsche 991.2 GT3 Cup model cars from MY 2017-2020.

The Cayman Pro-AM Classification is a separate classification for drivers aged 15 years (14 with waiver) to 49 years participating in Porsche 718 Cayman GT4RS Clubsport model cars from MY 2021-2024.

The Cayman Masters Classification is a separate classification for drivers aged 50 years or greater participating in Porsche 718 Cayman GT4RS Clubsport model cars from MY 2021-2024.

Past Champions.
992 Pro-Am992 Am991Cayman Pro-AmCayman Am
Zach VainerDavid WilliamsAshley FreibergPaul BocuseJason Golan
GT3 CUP 992GT3 CUP 991CAYMAN
SEBASTIAN CARAZOJIMMY LLIBREAIDAN KENNY
GT3 CUP 992GT3 CUP 991CAYMAN
MICHAEL MCCARTHYGRANT TALKIEJUAN MARTINEZ
992 Pro-Am992 Am991Cayman Pro-AmCayman Am
Robb ToddPeter LudwigCasey DennisPeter LudwigMichael Gaulke
GT3 CUP 992 CLASS CHAMPIONGT3 CUP 991 CLASS CHAMPIONCAYMAN CLASS CHAMPION
CHRIS BELLOMOLAURA ELYMICHAEL GAULKE
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Porschesprint Challenge North America Schedule
Sebring Int Raceway
1
Sebring, FL
March 1-3, 2024
Barber Motorsports Park
2
Birmingham, AL
APRIL 26-28, 2024
Circuit of the Americas
3
Austin, TX
MAY 24-26, 2024
Virginia International Raceway
4
Alton, VA
JUNE 14-16, 2024
Watkins Glen International
5
Watkins Glen, NY
JULY 5-7, 2024
Road America
6
Elkhart Lake, WI
AUGUST 9-11, 2024
Sonoma Raceway
7
Sonoma, CA
SEPTEMBER 27-29, 2024
Porschesprint Challenge Usa West Schedule
Spring Mountain
1
PAHRUMP, NV
MARCH 29-31, 2024
Utah Motorsports Campus
2
GRANTSVILLE, UT
MAY 10-12, 2024
Circuit of the Americas
3
AUSTIN, TX
MAY 24-26, 2024
Weathertech Raceway
4
MONTEREY, CA
JUNE 21-23, 2024
Road America
5
ELKHART LAKE, WI
AUGUST 9-11, 2024
Sonoma Raceway
6
SONOMA, CA
SEPTEMBER 27-29, 2024
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Broadcast Partners.

All Porsche Sprint Challenge North America by Yokohama races stream live on FloSports, in addition to the series’ YouTube channel.

More information can also be found at www.porschesprint.com and on social media via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Digitally Connected.

The Porsche Sprint Challenge North America will continue to expand its digital platform in 2024 with the latest news, imagery and video from all rounds of the championship showcased across our online channels.

You can follow the championship action at:

These platforms will not only provide regular updates from the Porsche Sprint Challenge North America rounds but will provide Porsche fans with the latest updates from everywhere Porsche races – IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, Michelin Pilot Challenge, Porsche Carrera Cup plus the 24 Hours of Le Mans, World Endurance Championship, Formula E and much more.

If it is on track and has a Porsche badge on it – we will bring you the latest behind-the-scenes action to your laptop or phone screen.

Hospitality.

Exclusive Premium Hospitality for Porsche Sprint Challenge ; Drivers, VIP Guests, Sponsors and Teams Sponsor & Partner Packages Available!

Private hospitality access for Drivers includes 2 VIP passes with each car entry. Private Team/Crew hospitality is available for purchase at a reduced rate.

Additional VIP Guest and Crew hospitality packages available for purchase in addition to each car entry allocation Porsche Sprint Challenge hospitality will run throughout the event weekend with high-end catered meals, beverages and snacks.

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Fully Supported.

The Porsche Motorsport North America (PMNA) Customer Support Team is a dedicated group of highly specialized engineers who support customer teams on and off the track.

Support services include product training, maintaining an online database with technical information, on-hand support at race events throughout North America, as well as electronics support with diagnostic data analysis.

Parts can be purchased directly from the PMNA warehouse in Carson, California, or from one of the support trucks traveling to racetracks throughout North America for the following series: Porsche Sprint Challenge North America, IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge, IMSA VP Racing SportsCar Challenge, Fanatec GT World Challenge and Porsche Deluxe Carrera Cup North America.

Porsche Motorsport North America provides full drivetrain services for all Porsche Motorsport engines and transmissions. Our experienced workshop team in California supports our clients through the rebuild of their racing engines and gearboxes in the US and Canada. Each gearbox serviced at PMNA and every engine leaving our workshop is first quality proven via our sophisticated dynamometer tests and Porsche quality control. Our vintage team offers vintage race car drivetrain services and full vehicle restorations of vintage Porsche race cars from both prototypes and GT cars with a focus on the originality of the cars.

PMNA also provides full marketing support to all race customers including access to the Porsche Sprint Challenge North America website, a dedicated media team to deliver press releases and driver media exposure across the season. A comprehensive content and digital social media team attend all events to create a range of bespoke content for our drivers and teams that extends the reach and exposure beyond the sports broadcast partnership.

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race schedules.
North american SEASON 2024
Roundeventdate
Round 1
Sebring Int Raceway
March 1-3, 2024
Round 2
Barber Motorsports Park
APRIL 26-28, 2024
Round 3
Circuit of the Americas
MAY 24-26, 2024
Round 4
Virginia International Raceway
JUNE 14-16, 2024
Round 5
Watkins Glen International
JULY 5-7, 2024
Round 6
Road America
AUGUST 9-11, 2024
Round 7
Sonoma Raceway
SEPTEMBER 27-29, 2024
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WEST SEASON 2024
Roundeventdate
Round 1
Spring Mountain
MARCH 29-31, 2024
Round 2
Utah Motorsports Campus
MAY 10-12, 2024
Round 3
Circuit of the Americas
MAY 24-26, 2024
Round 4
Weathertech Raceway
JUNE 21-23, 2024
Round 5
Road America
AUGUST 9-11, 2024
Round 6
Sonoma Raceway
SEPTEMBER 27-29, 2024
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