Larry 10 Voorde wins during Monza

Round 12

“The soppy lane aspect dusty adult path after lap, so a conditions were special. Ayhancan Güven and we had an heated duel, that was good fun. Ultimately, we pipped him during a post,” pronounced 10 Voorde. Thanks to his feat as partial of a International GT Open support programme, a fortifying champion managed to extend his lead in Carrera Cup standings and now lies 28 points brazen of Saturday’s personality Güven in a altogether rankings.

While several drivers mounted slicks on their Porsche 911 GT3 Cup vehicles, many of a drivers opted for soppy tyres after showers in a morning, including Güven, who got a burst during a start from second place and soon overtook polesitter 10 Voorde. Over a following laps, a retaining duel for a tip mark unfolded between a pair. Ten Voorde kept a tighten watch for a gap, with a dual cars swapping paint several times. Ten Voorde done a wilful pierce in path ten. Snatching a lead, a newly crowned champion of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup eked out an advantage and crossed a finish line 3.6 seconds brazen of Güven. “My start was unequivocally good, though Larry 10 Voorde’s gait softened as a competition progressed. we attempted all to deflect him off. It was a retaining and unequivocally satisfactory race,” settled Güven.

Bastian Buus had good reason to celebrate: holding adult a competition from a fifth grid spot, a 18-year-old rookie done a enormous start and was rewarded with his initial lectern in a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland. “What a smashing feeling! During this deteriorate we narrowed missed out on a top-three finish several times, though now it’s finally worked out. The soppy lane was challenging, though I’d watched videos of stormy races during Monza,” pronounced a youngster from a one-make cup’s Talent Pool programme.


Bastian Buus was rewarded with his initial lectern in a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland

Fourth place went to Leon Köhler (Nebulus Racing by Huber) from Germany followed by rookie Morris Schuring (Netherlands/Team GP Elite) and Laurin Heinrich (Germany/Van Berghe Huber Racing). Fabio Citignola (Germany/HRT Performance) done it into a tip 7 as a third visitor to a series. Lucas Groeneveld (Netherlands/GP Elite) achieved eighth place. In a ProAm class, Carlos Rivas (Black Falcon Team Textar) notched adult nonetheless another victory. On a high-speed Monza circuit, a Luxembourger kick Germany’s Kim Hauschild (HRT Motorsport) and Georgi Donchev (Nebulus Racing by Huber) from Bulgaria.

Güven and Loek Hartog (Netherlands/Black Falcon Team Textar) did a double change this weekend: The dual Carrera Cup drivers also tackled a season-opening turn of a Le Mans Virtual Series and contested a esports eventuality in simulators inside a Hospitality of a one-make cup. Hartog achieved sixth in his category during a four-hour competition on a digital chronicle of a Autodromo Nazionale Monza pushing for a Proton Competition team, with Güven finishing dual positions behind for a Porsche Esports Team.

“We enjoyed a illusory opening during a International GT Open with dual action-packed races. Both events went down to a handle until a final laps. We still have competition dual weekends remaining during a Sachsenring and Hockenheim. I’m looking brazen to an sparkling final phase,” pronounced Hurui Issak, Project Manager of a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland.

The Carrera Cup drivers lapse to a racetrack subsequent weekend: From 1 to 3 October, a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland contests races 13 and 14 as support to a ADAC GT Masters during a Sachsenring. The deteriorate culmination will be hold during Hockenheim from 22 to 24 October.

Result competition 12, Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland

1. Larry 10 Voorde (Netherlands/Team GP Elite)
2. Ayhancan Güven (Turkey/Phoenix Racing)
3. Bastian Buus (Denmark/Allied-Racing)
4. Leon Köhler (Germany/Nebulus Racing by Huber)
5. Morris Schuring (Netherlands/Team GP Elite)
6. Laurin Heinrich (Germany/Van Berghe Huber Racing)
7. Fabio Citignola (Germany/HRT Performance)
8. Lucas Groeneveld (Netherlands/GP Elite)
9. Jesse outpost Kuijk (Netherlands/Team GP Elite)
10. Carlos Rivas (Luxembourg/Black Falcon Team Textar)

Points standings after 12 of 16 races

Drivers’ classification
1. Larry 10 Voorde (Netherlands/Team GP Elite), 240 points
2. Ayhancan Güven (Turkey/Phoenix Racing), 212 points
3. Laurin Heinrich (Germany/Van Berghe Huber Racing), 194 points

Round 11

Victory series 3 and still a prohibited contender in a quarrel for a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland title: Ayhancan Güven (Turkey/Phoenix Racing) won turn eleven of a one-make crater on Saturday in Italy’s Autodromo Nazionale Monza. “What a superb race! My start wasn’t great, unfortunately, though things got improved after that. Laurin Heinrich hold a lead for a prolonged time, though we put him underneath vigour in a final path and we knew we only had to wait patiently for him to make a mistake. That paid off,” pronounced a Porsche Junior. The dual Germans Laurin Heinrich (Van Berghe Huber Racing) and Leon Köhler (Nebulus Racing by Huber) claimed a other lectern stairs during a competition run as partial of a International GT Open support programme.

Under an cloudy sky and in temperatures of 23 degrees Celsius, Larry 10 Voorde (Netherlands/Team GP Elite) took adult a competition from stick position in his Porsche 911 GT3 Cup. Heinrich, however, got a improved start: In a scurry to a initial corner, a youngster from a one-make cup’s Talent Pool programme squeezed past a Dutchman in his 510 PS crater automobile and snatched a lead. Heinrich tranquil a competition during a conduct of a margin until only before a finish. When a Huber motorist done a braking error, Güven grabbed his possibility to take a lead and cranky a finish line as a personality a path later. “Initially we was unequivocally quick and we managed to eke out a decent advantage. But afterwards Ayhancan Güven gradually hold adult and in a wilful proviso we gathering over rubber waste on a lane during a opening to a dilemma and that caused me to make a braking error,” explained Heinrich.



Spectators were treated to a retaining duel for third place. Over many of a race, 10 Voorde valiantly fended off Köhler. In a penultimate lap, Köhler found a essential opening and swept past a tide championship leader. “That was a unequivocally sparkling fight. we managed to locate Larry 10 Voorde in his slipstream on a prolonged straights, though it was tough overtaking in a parsimonious chicanes. For this reason, I’m anxious that it worked out shortly before a flag,” pronounced Köhler. Following fourth-placed 10 Voorde over a line were Christopher Zöchling (Austria/Fach Auto Tech) as good as a dual rookies Loek Hartog (Netherlands/Black Falcon Team Textar) and Bastian Buus (Denmark/Allied-Racing). Rudy outpost Buren (Netherlands/CarTech Motorsport by Nigrin) dull off a tip eight.

In a ProAm class, Carlos Rivas (Black Falcon Team Textar) maintains a solid march for a title: On a tradition-steeped 5.793-kilometre circuit, a Luxembourger notched adult his eighth category win. Rivas common a ProAm lectern with Kim Hauschild (Germany/HRT Motorsport) and Philipp Sager (Austria/Nebulus Racing by Huber).

After eleven of 16 championship races, Larry 10 Voorde still binds a altogether lead. The GP Elite motorist tops a rankings with 215 points followed by Güven (192 points). Heinrich follows in third place with 184 points. Race twelve of a deteriorate takes off on Sunday during 12:30 pm internal time and is promote live on Sport1+ as good as in a live tide on a YouTube and Facebook channels of a Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland. Ten Voorde again tackles a competition from stick position.



Result competition 11, Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland

1. Ayhancan Güven (Turkey/Phoenix Racing)
2. Laurin Heinrich (Germany/Van Berghe Huber Racing)
3. Leon Köhler (Germany/Nebulus Racing by Huber)
4. Larry 10 Voorde (Netherlands/Team GP Elite)
5. Christopher Zöchling (Austria/Fach Auto Tech)
6. Loek Hartog (Netherlands/Black Falcon Team Textar)
7. Bastian Buus (Denmark/Allied-Racing)
8. Rudy outpost Buren (Netherlands/CarTech Motorsport by Nigrin)
9. Julian Hanses (Germany/HRT Performance)
10. Lucas Groeneveld (Netherlands/GP Elite)

Points standings after 11 of 16 races

Drivers’ classification
1. Larry 10 Voorde (Netherlands/Team GP Elite), 215 points
2. Ayhancan Güven (Turkey/Phoenix Racing), 192 points
3. Laurin Heinrich (Germany/Van Berghe Huber Racing), 184 points

The qualifying

“I’m anxious with this good result. In a giveaway use beforehand, things didn’t go so uniformly since we done a few mistakes. we was totally focussed during a subordinate and got a many out of it,” pronounced 10 Voorde, who was crowned champion of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup during Monza recently. The Carrera Cup is contested for a initial time in a 30-year story on a high-speed circuit nearby Milan, as support to a International GT Open. Twenty-six drivers competition a dual races in their Porsche 911 GT3 Cup.

Right from a outset, a drivers delivered a retaining conflict for tip times. In a initial minutes, Porsche Junior Ayhancan Güven (Turkey/Phoenix Racing) surfaced a timesheets and hold that mark until halftime. With uninformed tyres, a drivers tackled a second half of a subordinate event – and a violent final proviso unfolded. One after a other, a subordinate times tumbled. The categorical players were 10 Voorde, Güven and Laurin Heinrich (Germany/Van Berghe Huber Racing), who undercut any other’s path times mixed times. Ultimately, 10 Voorde came out on tip after a 35-minute event with a opening of 0.166 seconds over Talent Pool motorist Heinrich. Less than a second distant a tip times of a fastest 13. “Unfortunately, stick position didn’t utterly work out, though I’m still happy with this result. My idea for Saturday’s competition is to get a good start and try and waylay a lead before a parsimonious chicane,” pronounced Heinrich. 


Ayhancan Güven surfaced a timesheets and hold that mark until halftime

Güven, Jesse outpost Kuijk (Netherlands/Team GP Elite), Leon Köhler (Germany/Nebulus Racing by Huber) and Christopher Zöchling (Austria/Fach Auto Tech) dull off a fastest 6 and make adult a initial 3 grid rows for Saturday’s race. “The initial half of a event went unequivocally good for me but, in a end, it wasn’t utterly adequate for stick position. Still, I’m looking brazen to a races. The scurry to a initial dilemma is comparatively long, so it’s critical to get a good start,” explained Güven. As a best-placed rookie, Bastian Buus (Denmark/Allied-Racing) planted his Cup automobile on P8. Qualifying 17th overall, Carlos Rivas (Luxembourg/Black Falcon Team Textar) was a fastest ProAm driver. 

The grid choice for Sunday’s competition was dynamic by a drivers’ second-fastest subordinate time. In this case, 10 Voorde again achieved a fastest path on a 5.793-kilometre Formula 1 racetrack. The second grid mark is assigned by Güven brazen of Heinrich. Lining adult behind a 19-year-old youngster is Köhler, Buus and Jukka Honkavuori (MRS GT-Racing) from Finland.

Round eleven of a 2021 Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland takes off on Saturday during 2:05pm internal time and will be promote live on a German giveaway TV Sport1. Sunday’s competition starts during 12:30pm. Fans can watch both races around live tide on a Porsche Carrera Cup’s Facebook and YouTube channels as good as in a Porsche Motorsport Hub.

Qualifying outcome for competition 11, Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland

1. Larry 10 Voorde (Netherlands/Team GP Elite), 1:49.283 minutes
2. Laurin Heinrich (Germany/Van Berghe Huber Racing), +0.166 seconds
3. Ayhancan Güven (Turkey/Phoenix Racing), +0.179 seconds
4. Jesse outpost Kuijk (Netherlands/Team GP Elite), +0.329 seconds
5. Leon Köhler (Germany/Nebulus Racing by Huber), +0.426 seconds
6. Christopher Zöchling (Austria/Fach Auto Tech), +0.449 seconds
7. Jukka Honkavuori (Finland/MRS GT-Racing), +0.463 seconds
8. Bastian Buus (Denmark/Allied-Racing), +0.602 seconds
9. Loek Hartog (Netherlands/Black Falcon Team Textar), +0.739 seconds
10. Rudy outpost Buren (Netherlands/CarTech Motorsport by Nigrin), +0.764 seconds

Qualifying outcome for competition 12, Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland

1. Larry 10 Voorde (Netherlands/Team GP Elite), 1:49.360 minutes
2. Ayhancan Güven (Turkey/Phoenix Racing), +0.194 seconds
3. Laurin Heinrich (Germany/Van Berghe Huber Racing), +0.459 seconds
4. Leon Köhler (Germany/Nebulus Racing by Huber), +0.564 seconds
5. Bastian Buus (Denmark/Allied-Racing), +0.570 seconds
6. Jukka Honkavuori (Finland/MRS GT-Racing), +0.599 seconds
7. Jesse outpost Kuijk (Netherlands/Team GP Elite), +0.660 seconds
8. Rudy outpost Buren (Netherlands/CarTech Motorsport by Nigrin), +0.693 seconds
9. Christopher Zöchling (Austria/Fach Auto Tech), +0.768 seconds
10. Loek Hartog (Netherlands/Black Falcon Team Textar), +0.825 seconds