Entering its eighteenth year in 2020, the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain continues to remain the pinnacle of British motor racing and is a firm fixture in every motorsport enthusiast’s diary. Identical cars put driver skill in the spotlight encouraging a combination of close, thrilling racing as well as first-class facilities for teams and drivers.
The championship has proved itself as a springboard for drivers seeking different careers within the motorsport arena. Former Porsche Carrera Cup GB champions Charlie Eastwood, Richard Westbrook, Michael Meadows and Damien Faulkner have built careers as professional GT racers. Furthermore, the 2012 Carrera Cup GB runner-up Ben Barker raced a Porsche 911 RSR at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
The season kicks off at Donington Park in March supporting the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC).
Drivers have progressed from Porsche Carrera Cup GB into BTCC, including race winner double-champion Dan Cammish and others including Sam Tordoff, Tom Oliphant and Ollie Jackson.
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