Porsche Carrera Cup Australia

Races & Results

Round 1 - Clipsal 500 Adelaide

Round 1 - Clipsal 500 Adelaide

Timetable (Local race time)

Practice 1: Thu 12:30 - Results
Practice 2: Thu 15:35 - Results
Qualifying: Fri 08:30 - Results
Race 1: Fri 15:05 - Results
Race 2: Sat 14:05 - Results
Race 3: Sun 13:30 - Results

Round 2 - Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix

Round 2 - Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix

Timetable (Local race time)

Practice: Thu 12:20 - Results
Qualifying: Thu 14:35 - Results
Race 1: Thu 16:20 - Results
Race 2: Fri 14:55 - Results
Race 3: Sat 12:45 - Results
Race 4: Sun 13:50 - Results

Round 3 - Phillip Island

Round 3 - Phillip Island

Timetable (Local race time)

Practice 1: Fri May 26, 10:10am
Practice 2: Fri May 26, 12:15pm
Practice 3: Fri May 26, 2:10pm
Qualifying 1: Sat May 27, 9:10am
Qualifying 2: Sat May 27, 11:40am
Race 1: Sat May 27, 2:35pm
Warm up: Sun May 28, 10:40am
Race 2: Sun May 28, 12:30pm
Race Schedule TBC

Round 4 - Hidden Valley, Darwin

Round 4 - Hidden Valley, Darwin

Timetable (Local race time)

Schedule to be confirmed

Round 5 - Sepang International Circuit

Round 5 - Sepang International Circuit

Timetable (Local race time)

Schedule to be confirmed

Round 6 - Sandown 500, Melbourne

Round 6 - Sandown 500, Melbourne

Timetable (Local race time)

Schedule to be confirmed

Round 7 - Mount Panorama, Bathurst

Round 7 - Mount Panorama, Bathurst

Timetable (Local race time)

Schedule to be confirmed

Round 8 - Gold Coast, Queensland

Round 8 - Gold Coast, Queensland

Timetable (Local race time)

Schedule to be confirmed

News

 

Drivers

One of the highlights of Porsche Carrera Cup Australia is the exhilarating race-bred Porsche 911 GT3 Cup. Made specifically for one-make competition, close and exciting racing on some of Australia’s greatest race tracks is guaranteed.

Behind the wheel of these 911 race cars, you will find some of the country’s best professional and semi-professional drivers.

Take a look at the line-up of drivers to take on the 2017 Porsche Carrera Cup Australia championship.

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Why Porsche Carrera Cup Australia

Porsche and Motorsport

Porsche is a company that feels at home on the race track. We build race cars and compete in motor sports out of passion. Out of tradition. And as a matter of principle. The principle…

Porsche Carrera Cup Australia

Now in its 13th season, Porsche Carrera Cup Australia is the top one-make sports car championship in the country. Owned and operated by Porsche Cars Australia, the championship exclusively uses the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup…

Porsche Motorsport Pyramid

Porsche provides a clear pathway for drivers in their careers. In Australia, drivers can enter GT3 Cup Challenge as a cost-effective method to develop their skills behind the wheel of a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup…

Porsche Motorsport Junior Programme

Every year, the best drivers from each international Porsche one-make series are nominated by the respective Porsche Carrera Cups and invited by Porsche Motorsport to a common assessment event. Over the course of two days,…

Endurance Cup

Porsche Carrera Cup Australia drivers will have a long-distance fight on their hands when battling for the 2017 Endurance Cup. The new initiative will see the Carrera Cup championship complete one longer distance race, in…

Sponsorship that works

Porsche is at home on Australian and international race tracks. We do not only define ourselves as vendors of attractive race cars but also provide organisation, communication, hospitality and marketing. For your advantage: You benefit…

Driver Classification

Porsche Carrera Cup Australia provides two separate driver classifications to cater for both the experience racer and semi-professional drivers. Outright The Outright classification includes all drivers competing in the Porsche Carrera Cup Australia championship, except…

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