How fast is Porsche Supercup?

How fast is Porsche Supercup?

about 200 mph
The current Porsche MA1. 76/MDG. G Supercup engines curb weight is roughly at over 410 lb (186 kg). The cars may reach speeds of about 200 mph (320 km/h) on certain tracks.

How do I get into the Porsche Supercup?

In order to participate in the Rookie Program, applicants must submit a fully completed “Application for Driver Entry” and pay the corresponding entry fee. Drivers are obliged to participate in at least six of the eight rounds, and to comply with the programme’s code of conduct.

Who won the Porsche Cup?

Porsche Carrera Cup Australia Championship

Category One-make racing by Porsche
Drivers’ champion Cameron Hill
Teams’ champion Cameron Hill Racing
Official website Carrera Cup Australia
Current season

What race is Porsche?

Porsche cars race in two classifications under the SRO Motorsports Group America governance: GT4 America and GT World Challenge America.

What does GT mean in Porsche?

gran turismo
The abbreviation generally stands for ‘gran turismo’ and can loosely be translated as ‘great ride’ but at Porsche, the two letters also mean something else – racing with road approval.

How much does a Porsche GT3 Cup car cost?

911 GT3 Cup still the best-selling GT racing car This makes the one-make cup contender still the best-selling GT racing car in the world. The 911 GT3 Cup can be ordered from Porsche Motorsport in Weissach for a price of 196,880 Euro plus country-specific taxes.

How much does a GT4 race car cost?

Porsche’s 718 Cayman GT4 RS made its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Tuesday. It has a price tag of $141,700, not including a $1,350 delivery, processing and handling fee. It is expected to reach U.S. dealers by summer 2022.

What is Supercup racing?

The Supercup was a West German auto racing series created by the ADAC in 1986 as a replacement for the Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft (DRM). The series used Group C category sports prototypes identical to the ones used in the World Sportscar Championship, yet running nearly exclusively within West Germany.

Where is Harry King from?

Harry King (racing driver)

Harry King
King in 2017
Nationality British
Born 20 January 2001
Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain career