In 1993, the Porsche Supercup debuted as the pinnacle of the Porsche one-make cups. Held as part of the FIA Formula 1 World Championship, it took the international motorsport scene by storm.
What is it that makes the Porsche Supercup so fascinating? First, of course, it is the exclusive environment of the champions league of motorsport. The Grand Prix circuits on which the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars run their laps prior to the F1® race cars, are among the most famous in the world: Rascasse, Parabolica, Eau Rouge, Stowe are all names of some of the most well-known corners that get motorsport enthusiasts’ pulses racing.