Taking adult a competition from stick position, a Dutchman from a GP Elite patrol claimed a convincing feat during turn 8 of Porsche’s general one-make cup. Scoring second place, Laurin Heinrich cumulative a rookie title. Driving for a Nebulus Racing by Huber team, a German usually usually managed to kick Ayhan-can Güven (BWT Lechner Racing). With third place, a Porsche Junior from Turkey shielded his third ranking altogether in a series.
“A good race. The duel opposite Laurin Heinrich over a initial few metres was fantas-tic – we both authorised any other adequate space. About median by a competition Do-rian Boccolacci put me underneath vigour though we consider he was a bit too tough on his tyres. This is a ideal finish to a good deteriorate for me and a best approach to appreciate my GP Elite team,” pronounced Larry 10 Voorde, giving a outline of a deteriorate finale.
While 10 Voorde confirmed a convincing lead to a flag, in his slipstream a conflict unfolded between Heinrich and Boccolacci for second place. After dual braking errors, a Frenchman from a Martinet by Alméras patrol finally had to relinquish his mark to a German, and eventually to Güven and his compatriot Florian Latorre (CLRT). Heinrich, who had taken adult a competition from a second grid spot, was ecstatic: “My start was overwhelming and we was means to conflict Larry as we headed into a initial chi-cane. But afterwards we pulled behind since a rookie pretension was some-more important. we also put too most highlight on my tyres in Larry’s slipstream. Still, during a median point, my tyres were in improved condition than Dorian’s and we overtook him again,” settled a 19-year-old from a German city of Würzburg.
Porsche Junior Ayhancan Güven was also gratified with his important finish to a deteriorate of churned fortunes. “Victory during a penultimate turn yesterday, P7 to a po-dium now – that was unequivocally one of my best Supercup races. We’ve done outrageous improvements as a group in a second half of a deteriorate and I’m unequivocally unapproachable of that.”
The ProAm difficulty went to Nicolas Misslin from Monaco for a sixth time in a row. The seasoned dilettante from a Lechner Racing Middle East group had already claimed an early championship pretension in this category. Claiming eighth place during a final turn of a season, Voorde’s compatriot Max outpost Splunteren narrowly hermetic a altogether feat in a group sequence for his GP Elite squad. The Dutch group has contested a one-make crater for usually dual years with a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup.
“An unusual deteriorate has drawn to a tighten with dual stirring races. Despite a transport restrictions, we managed to reason 8 races. All of a teams and drivers have once again demonstrated a high turn of professionalism. We also successfully intro-duced bio-based fuel in a Supercup. We are prepared for a subsequent step towards syn-thetic fuel constructed with a assistance of electricity sourced from breeze power. Congratula-tions to a champions Larry 10 Voorde, Laurin Heinrich, Nicolas Misslin and GP Elite. we wish we’ll see any other again in a 2022 Supercup,” resolved Oliver Schwab, Project Manager Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup.
Race 8 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, 15 laps, Monza (I)
1. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team GP Elite), 27:51.483 minutes
2. Laurin Heinrich (D/Nebulus Racing by Huber), +1.540 seconds
3. Ayhancan Güven (TR/BWT Lechner Racing), +4.715 seconds
4. Florian Latorre (F/CLRT), +4.933 seconds
5. Leon Köhler (D/Nebulus Racing by Huber), +5.627 seconds
Final standings Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup after 8 races
1. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team GP Elite), 155 points
2. Jaxon Evans (NZ/Martinet by Alméras), 111 points
3. Ayhancan Güven (TR/BWT Lechner Racing), 110 points*
4. Laurin Heinrich (D/Nebulus Racing by Huber), 110 points
5. Leon Köhler (D/Nebulus Racing by Huber), 91 points
6. Dorian Boccolacci (F/Martinet by Alméras), 81 points
* placed brazen of Heinrich due to improved formula from particular races
The pretension holders of a 2021 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup
Overall winner: Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team GP Elite)
ProAm: Nicolas Misslin (MC/Lechner Racing Middle East)
Rookie: Laurin Heinrich (D/Nebulus Racing by Huber)
Teams: Team GP Elite (NL)
Third place during a penultimate turn of a deteriorate was adequate for Larry 10 Voorde to secure a championship pretension in a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup for a second time in a row. The Dutch motorist from a GP Elite group crossed a finish line on a Formula 1 racetrack in Monza behind a Turkish Porsche Junior Ayhancan Güven from a BWT Lechner Racing patrol and Dorian Boccolacci. Driving for a Martinet by Alméras team, a Frenchman has kept a quarrel in a rookie sequence open until a final competition during a same venue on Sunday (12 Sep 2021). The final ranking in a ProAm difficulty of a general one-make crater with a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup has also been motionless during a penultimate race: This endowment went to Nicolas Misslin (Lechner Racing Middle East) from Monaco.
Ten Voorde had taken adult a competition from second on a grid and immediately pounded Ayhancan Güven in a scurry to a initial corner. “He blocked me tough though satisfactory and afterwards he pulled divided from me,” settled 10 Voorde, describing a early theatre of a race. In a eleventh of 15 laps, Boccolacci overtook a pretension defender. “I didn’t wish to take any risks so we let him pass. Jaxon Evans was a usually chairman we had to watch out for,” reported 10 Voorde. Before a start, a New Zealander from a Martinet by Alméras squad, who ranks second in a standings, had an glorious possibility of throwing 10 Voorde. However, scoring fourth in today’s race, Evans heads into a final competition on Sunday 28 points bashful of a personality and is so out of row for a title.
Starting from stick position, Ayhancan Güven gathering a flawless lights-to-flag race. “We had a few problems in a qualifying, though my group done poignant improvements on my automobile for a race. It was tighten during a start, though we eventually managed to control a competition from a front. Congratulations to Larry. He has had a good deteriorate and is a estimable champion,” a leader Güven pronounced in approval of his Dutch rival’s performance. Thanks to his initial win of a season, a Porsche Junior moves adult a rankings to third place, that means he still has a possibility of claiming a vice-championship pretension in a final competition on Sunday.
The quarrel for a rookie pretension will now go down to a handle between Dorian Boccolacci and Germany’s Laurin Heinrich (Nebulus Racing by Huber), who finished Saturday’s competition in fifth place. Nicolas Misslin won a ProAm category for a fifth uninterrupted time and so claimed a pretension early.
The final competition of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup gets underway on Sunday, 12 Sep 2021, during 12:30 pm CEST. The streaming use f1tv.formula1.com and countless general TV stations yield a live promote of both races. Fans can also follow a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup movement during any time on a amicable networks Twitter (@PorscheSupercup / @PorscheRaces), Instagram (@PorscheSupercup) and Facebook (@PorscheSupercup).
Race 7 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, 15 laps, Monza (I)
1. Ayhancan Güven (TR/BWT Lechner Racing), 27:50.817 minutes
2. Dorian Boccolacci (F/Martinet by Alméras), +2.450 seconds
3. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team GP Elite), +3.185 seconds
4. Jaxon Evans (NZ/Martinet by Alméras), +3.717 seconds
5. Laurin Heinrich (D/Nebulus Racing by Huber), +4.751 seconds
6. Marvin Klein (F/CLRT), +5.516 seconds
Overall sequence Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup after 7 of 8 races*
1. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team GP Elite), 130 points
2. Jaxon Evans (NZ/Martinet by Alméras), 102 points
3. Ayhancan Güven (TR/BWT Lechner Racing), 93 points
4. Laurin Heinrich (D/Nebulus Racing by Huber), 90 points
5. Leon Köhler (D/Nebulus Racing by Huber), 79 points
6. Dorian Boccolacci (F/Martinet by Alméras), 74 points
His hottest opposition for a pretension is Jaxon Evans from a Martinet by Alméras squad, who now ranks second in a standings. Despite a 25-point gap, a New Zealander unequivocally has a possibility – after all, a 375 kW (510 PS) 911 GT3 Cup cars will be fielded in dual races as support to a Italian Grand Prix: a seventh turn of a deteriorate on Saturday (11 September) and during a eighth on Sunday. This means there are still 50 points to be claimed.
“Last year we won a Supercup competition during Monza, so naturally, during slightest one win is my idea for a entrance weekend,” says 10 Voorde. This is accurately what Evans skeleton to prevent. “A lot can occur in motorsport. In any case, we won’t give up. The best possibility we have to locate Larry is to win both races,” says a Kiwi, who crossed a finish line in fifth during a 2020 deteriorate culmination in Monza.
Theoretically, 4 other drivers still reason pretension aspirations. They embody a Germans Laurin Heinrich and Leon Köhler (both Nebulus Racing by Huber), who distinguished an considerable one-two feat in Zandvoort final weekend, as good as Porsche Junior Ayhancan Güven from Turkey and Dylan Pereira from Luxembourg (both BWT Lechner Racing). Local fans will be pinning their hopes on a home group Dinamic Motorsport, whose motorist Simone Laquinta recently achieved his best Supercup outcome to date in Zandvoort, when he came third.
The titles in a rookie, ProAm and group classifications of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup are also still adult for grabs. Spearheading a newcomers is Germany’s Laurin Heinrich, leader of a prior Supercup competition in Zandvoort. He binds a 24-point lead over Frenchman Dorian Boccolacci (Martinet by Alméras). In a ProAm class, Nicolas Misslin (Lechner Racing Middle East) from Monaco heads a leaderboard, with pursuers Philipp Sager (Dinamic Motorsport) from Austria and fortifying champion Roar Lindland (Nebulus Racing by Huber) from Norway chasing him. In a group ranking, 4 squads still have a shot during initial place overall: a Dutch group GP Elite, BWT Lechner Racing from Austria, Nebulus Racing by Huber from Germany and a French outfit Martinet by Alméras.
The grid choice for both Supercup races will be dynamic in a singular subordinate session. For a seventh turn of a season, a drivers’ fastest path will count. For a final on Sunday, a second-best times will furnish a starting order, presumably totally different.
“An sparkling Supercup deteriorate heads into an unusual culmination with a doubleheader eventuality in Monza. After a entrance tour on a Circuit Zandvoort final weekend, drivers and teams contingency again ready for a new challenge. I’m extraordinary to see who can do this best,” says Oliver Schwab, Project Manager Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, looking brazen to a grand final of a general one-make crater with a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup.
Round 7 of a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup gets underway on Saturday, (11 September) during 18:20 CEST. The final competition will follow on Sunday, Sep 12, 2021 during 12:30 CEST. The streaming use f1tv.formula1.com and countless general TV stations yield a live promote of both races. Fans can also follow a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup movement during any time on a amicable networks Twitter (@PorscheSupercup / @PorscheRaces), Instagram (@PorscheSupercup) and Facebook (@PorscheSupercup).
Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup relies on Esso Renewable Racing Fuel
Porsche and ExxonMobil are implementing a two-stage plan in a introduction of renewable fuels in a Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup. This season, a racing vehicles will be powered by a mix of bio-based fuel. This modernized biofuel is performed from food rubbish products. Additional components are blended in to capacitate a compulsory fuel properties and explosion behaviour. In 2022, a subsequent step will be to deliver synthetically made eFuel. This Esso Renewable Racing Fuel is expected to revoke hothouse gas emissions by adult to 85 per cent, when blended to stream marketplace fuel standards for today’s newcomer vehicles(1). The partnership between Porsche and ExxonMobil aims to benefit profitable practice to find pathways toward intensity destiny consumer adoption.
When a 2021 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup deteriorate kicks off, a championship commits to lower-carbon fuels.
Schedule rounds 7 and 8 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup (all times CEST)
Friday, 10 September
12:30 – 13:15: Free practice
Saturday, 11 September
10:25 – 10:55: Qualifying
18:20: Race 7 (15 laps)
Sunday, 12 September
12:30: Race 8 (15 laps)
Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, altogether standings before a final
1. Larry 10 Voorde (NL/Team GP Elite), 113 points
2. Jaxon Evans (NZ/Martinet by Alméras), 88 points
3. Laurin Heinrich (D/Nebulus Racing by Huber), 78 points
4. Leon Köhler (D/Nebulus Racing by Huber), 69 points
5. Ayhancan Güven (TR/BWT Lechner Racing), 68 points
6. Dylan Pereira (L/BWT Lechner Racing), 67 points
2021 calendar Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup