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The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup VIP car passes the home stretch in Silverstone, the caption reads "Steeped in history".


Round 3 in Silverstone, Great Britain.

Silverstone is back on the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup racing calendar after a one-year break. COVID in combination with Brexit made being there in 2021 impossible. Now it’s even more highly anticipated by motorsport fans – and for good reason.

On 10th July 1994 – forty-four years after the first Formula 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone – the Porsche Supercup field raced over its British asphalt for the first time. The race was won by Briton’s Kelvin Burt which, incidentally, was to remain his only race victory in the Porsche Supercup.

But there’s been plenty of other success stories on this popular traditional circuit since: In 2010, for example, former Porsche factory driver Nick Tandy secured his first Porsche Supercup race victory here and was the season’s runner-up closely behind René Rast. Sven Müller and Ayhancan Güven also have fond memories of Silverstone: Müller won here in his Supercup championship year in 2016, among others, while Güven, now an official Porsche Driver, took the first Turkish Supercup victory on this track in 2019.

The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup with Nick Tandy ahead of the field of racing cars at Silverstone Circuit
The secret to success on the 5.898 km-long Silverstone Circuit is maintaining the perfect rhythm over the many fast and medium–paced corners. Only then do drivers achieve optimal flow. All drivers in the 2022 Supercup field face this challenge, especially #25 Larry ten Voorde (NLD/GP Elite), who took the coveted victory trophy from here back to the Netherlands in 2020. Right behind him in the overall ratings is #5 Dylan Pereira (LUX/BWT Lechner Racing), who, like the other direct challengers #6 Harry King (GBR/BWT Lechner Racing) and #3 Laurin Heinrich (DEU/SSR Huber Racing), will put a lot of pressure on the front. After all, this championship is still wide open for the taking.

I'm really looking forward to my home race and the support of the British motorsport fans – they are simply the best!

#9 Lorcan Hanafin(GBR/FACH AUTO TECH)
A total of 32 cars will go to the Supercup race at Silverstone, including four with guest drivers – two of them from the guest team Kelly Moss Road and Race from the USA. At Team CLRT, #13 Adam Smalley is the fourth Briton in the field at the wheel of a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup. The race on Sunday will reveal whether they can exploit the home advantage.
Turkish racer Ayhancan Güven is happy in front of his winning car at Silverstone in the 2019 Supercup

Provisional Entry List* Round 3 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, Silverstone

1Huber Racing (AUT)Morris Schuring⁴ (NLD)
2Huber Racing (AUT)Rudy van Buren (NLD)
3SSR Huber Racing (DE)Laurin Heinrich (DE)
4SSR Huber Racing (DE)Michael Ammermüller (DE)
5BWT Lechner Racing (AUT)Dylan Pereira (LUX)
6BWT Lechner Racing (AUT)Harry King (GBR)
7BWT Lechner Racing (AUT)Bastian Buus⁴ (DNK)
8FACH AUTO TECH (CHE)Alexander Fach⁴ (CHE)
9FACH AUTO TECH (CHE)Lorcan Hanafin⁴ (GBR)
10FACH AUTO TECH (CHE)Jukka Honkavuori (FIN)
11CLRT (BEL)Clément Mateu⁵ (FRA)
12CLRT (BEL)Marvin Klein (FRA)
13CLRT (BEL)Adam Smalley² (GBR)
14Dinamic Motorsport SRL (ITA)Daniele Cazzaniga (ITA)
15Dinamic Motorsport SRL (ITA)Philipp Sager⁵ (AUT)
16Dinamic Motorsport SRL (ITA)Simone Iaquinta (ITA)
17Ombra S.R.L. (ITA)Loek Hartog⁴ (NLD)
18Ombra S.R.L. (ITA)Gianmarco Quaresmini (ITA)
19Martinet by Alméras (FRA)Dorian Boccolacci (FRA)
20Martinet by Alméras (FRA)Jaap van Lagen (NLD)
21Pierre Martinet by Alméras (FRA)Roar Lindland⁵ (NOR)
22Pierre Martinet by Alméras (FRA)Stéphane Denoual⁵ (FRA)
23Pierre Martinet by Alméras (FRA)Aaron Mason⁵ (GBR)
24Team GP Elite (NLD)Max van Splunteren (NLD)
25Team GP Elite (NLD)Larry ten Voorde (NLD)
26Team GP Elite (NLD)Jesse van Kuijk (NLD)
27GP Elite (NLD)Daan van Kuijk (NLD)
28GP Elite (NLD)Lucas Groeneveld (NLD)
35Huber Racing (AUT)Ariel Levi³ (ISR)
36Kelly Moss Road an Race (USA)Ghislain Cordeel³ (BEL)
37Kelly Moss Road an Race (USA)Riley Dickinson³ (USA)
38Martinet by Alméras (FRA)Aaron Love³ (AUS)

*Subject to amendments.

¹ No Team Points ² No Driver Points ³ No Team or Driver Points ⁴ Rookie Classification ⁵ ProAm Classification ⁶ No Team or Driver Points or Prize Money

All sessions live on TV.

Ready for the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup race weekend at Silverstone? Practice starts later this time on Friday evening at 8:20 pm (CEST). The Qualifying Session follows on Saturday evening at 7:15 pm (CEST) – and on Sunday at 1:05 pm (CEST) the field will begin the third round of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup 2022. Individual sessions can be viewed live on TV, depending on where you are. Check local listings to find out where you can catch the action.

Together with all the teams, drivers and fans, we are looking forward to an exciting race weekend at Silverstone – one steeped in British motorsport tradition. And it’s not long to wait for the action to continue: Just one weekend later, Round 4 is at the Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix 2022 at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg – that’s half way in the series.

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