2004 Porsche Carrera Cup Germany

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2004 Porsche Carrera Cup Germany
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The 2004 Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland season was the 19th German Porsche Carrera Cup season. It began on 18 April at Hockenheim and finished on 3 October at the same circuit, after nine rounds. It ran as a support championship for the 2004 DTM season. Mike Rockenfeller won the championship by 21 points.

Teams and drivers[edit]

Team No. Drivers Rounds
Germany UPS Porsche-Junior Team 1 Germany Mike Rockenfeller All
2 Germany Christian Mamerow All
Germany EMC ARAXA Racing 3 Germany Wolf Henzler All
4 Germany Jörg Hardt All
Germany Eichin Racing PZ Freiburg 5 Switzerland Simon Fabian Willner 1–4
Germany Dominic Farnbacher 5, 7–9
6 Germany Alexander Roloff All
Germany MRS PC-Service-Team 7 Germany Ronny Melkus 1–3
Germany Marc Walz 4
Italy Ivano Giuliani 5
Germany Marco Seefried 6
Germany Yarpivo Racing MRS 8 Russia Oleg Kesselman 1–7, 9
Germany Land Motorsport-PZ Koblenz 9 France Nicolas Armindo All
10 Germany Hendrik Vieth 2–8
Germany Jochen Land 9
Germany PZ Olympiapark Herberth Motorsport 11 Germany Alfred Renauer All
12 Germany Robert Renauer All
Netherlands Jetstream Motorsport 14 Netherlands Simon Frederiks 7
15 Netherlands Marcel Kesseler 7
Germany Schnabl Engineering PZ Trier 18 Germany Christopher Brück 1–8
Germany Roland Asch 9
19 Germany Thomas Riethmüller All
Switzerland Carsport Racing Swiss 20 Switzerland Marc Benz 1–4
Sweden Podium MS Porsche Sweden 22 Sweden Robin Rudholm 9
23 Sweden Fredrik Ros 9
24 Sweden Nicklas Karlsson 9
Germany Mamerow Racing PZ Essen 25 Austria Hannes Lachinger All
Germany ARAXA Buchbinder Racing 27 Germany Christoph Langen 1–3, 6
Germany Marc Warnecke 4–5
Germany JvG Racing 30 Germany Marco Seefried 7–9
Netherlands Team Bleekemolen 31 Netherlands Michael Bleekemolen 4, 7
32 Netherlands Sebastiaan Bleekemolen 4, 7
Austria Walter Lechner Racing School Team 33 Austria Marco Schärf 7–9
Germany MRP Motorsport 34 Germany Michael Raja 6–7, 9
Turkey Arkin Aka 35 Turkey Arkin Aka 6, 9
Germany TLM Lauderbach Motorsport 36 Germany Stefan Neuberger 7
Germany Marco Hartung 8–9
Germany Tolimit Motorsport 39 Germany Christian Menzel All
46 Austria Richard Lietz All
Germany Infineon – Team Farnbacher 65 Germany Hermann Speck 4
66 Germany Dominic Farnbacher 4

Race calendar and results[edit]

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 Germany Hockenheimring 18 April Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany Jörg Hardt Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany UPS Porsche-Junior Team
2 Italy Adria Raceway 16 May Germany Jörg Hardt Germany Christopher Brück Germany Wolf Henzler Germany EMC ARAXA Racing
3 Germany EuroSpeedway Lausitz 6 June Germany Wolf Henzler Austria Richard Lietz Germany Wolf Henzler Germany EMC ARAXA Racing
4 Germany Norisring 27 June Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany Wolf Henzler Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany UPS Porsche-Junior Team
5 Germany Nürburgring Short 1 August Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany Christopher Brück Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany UPS Porsche-Junior Team
6 Germany Oschersleben 8 August Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany UPS Porsche-Junior Team
7 Netherlands Zandvoort 5 September Germany Wolf Henzler Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany Wolf Henzler Germany EMC ARAXA Racing
8 Czech Republic Brno 19 September Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany Mike Rockenfeller Germany UPS Porsche-Junior Team
9 Germany Hockenheimring 23 October Germany Wolf Henzler Germany Jörg Hardt Germany Jörg Hardt Germany EMC ARAXA Racing

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