Guide to PSCB

Porsche Sprint Challenge Benelux 2020 - Entry Form

Porsche Sprint Challenge Benelux 2020 - Technical Regulations

Porsche Sprint Challenge Benelux 2020 - Sporting Regulations

Porsche Sprint Challenge Benelux 2020 - Sticker Regulations

Porsche Sprint Challenge Benelux 2020 - Badge Regulations

Porsche Sprint Challenge Benelux 2020 - What is it ?

The Porsche Sprint Challenge Benelux (PSCB) is a true Porsche championship for amateur & gentlemen drivers and young talents who come out of the karting and want to take their first steps in the Porsche racing world. The Porsche Sprint Challenge Benelux consists of six events of which three in the Netherlands and three in Belgium.

2-DAY EVENT
Friday (FP / QP / R1)
Saturday (R2 & R3)

FORMAT
1x FP 25 min
1x QP 35 min
2x Sprint Race 25 min each
1x Long Race 60 min with 1 mandatory pitstop/driver change

RACE DRIVER
Single or driver pairings
KNAF Euro/National licence or RACB National C minimum 

Driver categorisation

The categorisation of drivers is carried out solely by the organizing committee. The driver status of other associations, such as the FIA does not matter. The final classification is binding and can only be changed by the organizing committee.

Gold:                Drivers have racing experience in motorsport as karting, single seater races or GT-races.
                         Driver Coaches and Instructors are considered always as Gold Drivers.

Silver:              Drivers have amateur racing experience.
                         Drivers considered as Gold, but older than 55 years.

Bronze:           Drivers are amateurs without any racing experience.
                         Drivers considered as Silver, but older than 55 years.

 

Driver pairings:

Cup – Division

Clubsport – Division

Gold (single driver)

Gold (single driver)

Silver (single driver)

Silver (single driver)

Bronze (single driver)

Bronze (single driver)

Gold-Silver

Gold-Silver

Gold-Bronze

Gold-Bronze

Silver-Silver

Silver-Silver

Bronze-Bronze

Bronze-Bronze

Cup Division
For pilots with FIA rating BRONZE. 

Clubsport Division
For pilots with SILVER FIA rating up to the age of 24 and BRONZE FIA rating. Drivers with an FIA rating BRONZE are all drivers with no significant honors list. Final acceptance of the drivers by the organization.

PORSCHE Single-brand Racing

HOSPITALITY Exclusive Porsche hospitality

BUSINESS & EVENTS Business platform available for your VIP’s

CARS ALLOWED

Cup-division Class 1 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, type 991 Gen II ‘17-‘19
Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, type 991 Gen II + ABS ‘17-‘19
Class 2 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, type 991 Gen I ‘13-‘16
Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, type 991 Gen I + ABS ‘13-‘16
Class 3 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, type 997 MK II ’10-’13
Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, type 997 MK I ’05-’09
Porsche 911 Cup, type 996 ’99-’05
Clubsport-division Class 4

Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport, type 982 – (‘Trophy’-spec)

Porsche 718 Cayman Clubsport GT4 MR, type 982 – (‘GT4’-spec)

’19-‘20
Class 5 Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport, type 981 – (‘Trophy’-spec) ‘16
Porsche Cayman Clubsport GT4 MR, type 981 – (‘GT4’-spec) ‘16

TEAMS
The Porsche Sprint Challenge Benelux gives the teams the opportunity to use cars in multiple championships. In addition to the Porsche Sprint Challenge Benelux, The Driving Force also organizes the Porsche Carrera Cup Benelux and the Porsche Endurance Trophy Benelux.

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