2015 Porsche Carrera Cup Germany season preview

The Porsche Carrera Cup Germany in its 30th year will bring its fans a whole lot of race action, grid with as many as 40 drivers and fierce battles for the first place. That is exactly what every race car series should be. Exciting, intense and uncertain. Even there are two classes with A Class being professional drives and B Class being amateur gentleman racers, the both will be very exiting and dynamic. The 2015 Porsche Carrera Cup Germany season will start 2-3rd of May 2015 with two race event on Hockenheimring, following the Nürburgring event and race on interesting circuit EuroSpeedway Lausitz. The season consist of nine race events with two races each. Seven of those events are held in Germany and one in Austria and Netherlands. This year, Hungaroring circuit in Budapest is not the calendar. Interestingly, this years season of Porsche Carrera Cup Germany is supporting event for 2015 DTM season just as Porsche Mobile 1 Supercup championship is supporting event for Formula 1 races.


Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland 2011
What we can expect from this year Porsche Carrera Cup Germany season? First,there will certainly be a lot of race excitement since every event will have around 40 cars on the grid. So the tracks will be crowded with 991 GT3 Cup cars with eager drivers in front of 460 bhp flat six engines. Second, we can be sure that there will be fierce battle for championship title since the last season was finished with just 2 points difference. Austrian Phillip Eng winning 233 points in front of experienced German driver Michael Ammermüller who won 231 points and finished second. This small championship points margin insures that 2015 season will be exiting since Phillip Eng and Michael Ammermüller will continue their battle. However, those two drivers are not only one with championship ambition. Don’t forget the German driver Christian Engelhart who was third in 2014 and second in 2013 season and who have the skills, knowledge and experience to win the title. Then there is a 2013 Porsche Mobile 1 Supercup champion Nikki Thim who was fifth last year and third in 2013 season and who also have what it takes to be champion. Since the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany races are always little unpredictable because there is so much racing action and cars on the track, there could be some suprieses with championship standings and some drivers could finish high on board or even win the title. So pay attention for this names: Sven Müller, young German driver who was fourth in last years championship and Connor De Phillippi, young American. With a little luck, hard work and concentration, those guy can be biggest suprieses of 2015 season.  However, we will have to wait until 2nd of May to see what the 2015 Porsche Carrera Germany championship will bring us. One thing is sure, it will be very interesting and must see for any true race fan.

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