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Porsche Carrera Cup Germany

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Porsche Carrera Cup Germany
CategoryOne-make racing by Porsche
CountryGermany
Inaugural season1986
ConstructorsPorsche
Tyre suppliersMichelin
Drivers' championAustria Thomas Preining
Teams' championAustria BWT Lechner Racing
Official websiteporsche.com/germany

The Porsche Carrera Cup Germany, also known as Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland, between 1986-1989 as Porsche 944 Turbo Cup; is a one-make racing series by Porsche based in Germany.

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Champions

Season Champion Team Champion
1986 Germany Joachim Winkelhock Germany Winkelhock Motorsport
1987 Germany Roland Asch Germany Max Moritz Racing Team
1988 Germany Roland Asch Germany Strähle Autosport
1989 Germany Roland Asch Germany Strähle Autosport
1990 Germany Olaf Manthey Germany Team Derkum
1991 Germany Roland Asch Germany Strähle Autosport
1992 Germany Uwe Alzen Germany Porsche Zentrum Koblenz
1993 Germany Wolfgang Land Germany Roock Racing
1994 Germany Bernd Mayländer Germany Porsche Zentrum Koblenz
1995 Germany Harald Grohs Germany Oberbaiern Motorsport
1996 Germany Ralf Kelleners Germany Porsche Zentrum Koblenz
1997 Germany Wolfgang Land Germany Porsche Zentrum Freiburg/Eichin Racing
1998 Germany Dirk Müller Germany UPS Porsche Junior Team
1999 Germany Lucas Luhr Germany UPS Porsche Junior Team
2000 Germany Jörg Bergmeister Germany UPS Porsche Junior Team
2001 Germany Timo Bernhard Germany UPS Porsche Junior Team
2002 Germany Marc Lieb Germany UPS Porsche Junior Team
2003 Germany Frank Stippler Germany UPS Porsche Junior Team
2004 Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany UPS Porsche Junior Team
2005 Germany Christian Menzel Germany Team HP-PZ Koblenz
2006 Germany Dirk Werner Germany HP Team Herberth
2007 Germany Uwe Alzen Germany Herberth Motorsport
2008 Germany René Rast Germany UPS Porsche Junior Team
2009 Germany Thomas Jäger Germany MS Racing PZ Hamburg-NW
2010 France Nicolas Armindo Germany Hermes Attempto Racing
2011 United Kingdom Nick Tandy Germany Team Deutsche Post by Tolimit
2012 Germany René Rast Germany Team Deutsche Post by Tolimit
2013 France Kévin Estre Germany Attempto Racing
2014 Austria Philipp Eng Austria Walter Lechner Racing
2015 Austria Philipp Eng Germany Deutsche Post by Project 1
2016 Germany Sven Müller Germany Konrad Motorsport
2017 Norway Dennis Olsen Germany Konrad Motorsport
2018 Austria Thomas Preining Austria BWT Lechner Racing

References

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