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SEAT León Supercopa

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The SEAT León Supercopa was a one-make racing series, organised by SEAT Sport, the motorsport division of Spanish car manufacturer SEAT. It used a modified version of the SEAT León road car, and championships have been run in Spain, Germany, Italy, France, the United Kingdom, Turkey and Hungary.

The original Mk1 Cupra R model.
The original Mk1 Cupra R model.
The Mk2 SEAT León Supercopa car.
The Mk2 SEAT León Supercopa car.

Car

The Supercopa originally used a car based on the Mk1 León Cupra R model. This was replaced for 2006 in Spain and Germany and 2007 in Britain by the Mk2 model.

Championships

Eurocup

The SEAT León Eurocup was first held from 2008 to 2010, supporting the World Touring Car Championship. It was revived in 2014, in this case supporting the International GT Open.

United Kingdom

SEAT introduced the championship to the UK in 2003 under the name SEAT Cupra Championship, as a support series for the British Touring Car Championship, which SEAT Sport UK would go on to enter in 2004. The series was very popular and produced future touring car winners such as Rob Huff, Gordon Shedden and Mat Jackson. The series was ended at the end of 2008 due to SEAT UK's withdrawal from motorsport activities. Plans for an independent Supercopa Challenge to be held in the UK in 2009 were scrapped due to a lack of entries.

Spain

The Supercopa was started by SEAT Sport in Spain in 2002, ahead of the brand's move into the European Touring Car Championship for 2003. Oscar Nouges and Marc Carol have won the most championships in the series, both have driven in WTCC SUNREDs as well as the 2007 champion Jose Perez-Aircairt driving in WTCC.

Germany

The German series began in 2004 and was held until 2011. Sebastian Stahl won the first edition, beating Peter Terting, who went on to race in the World Touring Car Championship for SEAT the following year. Nicki Thiim won in 2008 and later became a Porsche factory driver.

Italy

The Trofeo León Supercopa began in 2008 as part of the Campionato Italiano Turismo Endurance series, and is run by SEAT Motorsport Italia.

France

The French Supercopa was run from 2010 to 2012, organised by Oreca as part of the GT Tour, supporting the FFSA GT Championship.

Mexico

Hungary

The Hungarian Seat Leon Supercopa started in 2007.

Champions

Year Europe Europe France France Germany Germany Italy Italy Spain Spain United Kingdom UK Mexico Mexico Hungary Hungary
2002 Andorra Joan Vinyes
2003 Spain Luis Miguel Reyes United Kingdom Robert Huff
2004 Germany Sebastian Stahl Spain Marc Carol United Kingdom James Pickford
2005 Germany Thomas Marschall Spain Oscar Nogués United Kingdom Tom Boardman
2006 Germany Florian Gruber Spain Oscar Nogués United Kingdom Mat Jackson
2007 Germany Thomas Marschall Spain José Manuel Pérez-Aicart United Kingdom Jonathan Adam Hungary Norbert Kiss
2008 Spain Oscar Nogués Denmark Nicki Thiim Italy Roberto Russo United Kingdom Tom Boardman United Kingdom Jonathan Adam Hungary Norbert Kiss
2009 Hungary Norbert Michelisz Germany Thomas Marschall Italy Luca Trevisol
Italy Matteo Zucchi
Spain Marc Carol Hungary Norbert Michelisz
2010 Hungary Gábor Wéber France Julien Briche Sweden Andreas Simonsen Italy Simone Iacone Spain Marc Carol Hungary Miklos Kazar
2011 France Gaël Castelli Germany Elia Erhart Mexico Ricardo Pérez de Lara Hungary Norbert Kiss
2012 Switzerland Jimmy Antunes Mexico Ricardo Pérez de Lara Hungary Norbert Nagy
2013 Mexico Ricardo Pérez de Lara
2014 Spain Pol Rosell
2015 Spain Pol Rosell

External links

This page was last edited on 25 October 2020, at 14:22
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