The series is supported by Porsche Motorsport, Porsche Belgium and Porsche Netherlands.
In 2013 the Benelux series kicked off as the 20th Porsche one make series worldwide. Right from the start, the Cup had numerous fans and lots of interest from racing drivers and teams from all over Europe. Exciting events, famous racetracks and fair but close racing is what it’s all about.
Providing driver’s with unrivalled experience of European racing
The Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux is the perfect place for young drivers to develop and move up the Porsche Motorsport pyramid.
Champions of the past have proven the case: Ayhancan Güven, champion of 2018, is the current Porsche Young Professional and enjoys the support of the Porsche Motorsport junior programme. Max van Splunteren, champion in 2019, won the Porsche Mobil1 Supercup rookie championship in 2020 and made his debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The development within the Porsche motorsport network has proven to be the most successful path for young GT talents. In fact, almost all new Porsche factory drivers graduated from within the Porsche Motorsport Pyramid.
As a professional race series packed with action, the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux also offers the ideal platform for business – whether it be sponsoring, supply or networking.