2019 Porsche Carrera Cup Australia

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2019 Porsche Carrera Cup Australia
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The 2019 Porsche PAYCE Carrera Cup Australia [1] [2] was the fifteenth running of the Porsche Carrera Cup Australia motor racing series. It began on 28 February at Adelaide Street Circuit and concluded on 25 October at Surfers Paradise Street Circuit.[3]

The series was won by Jordan Love.[4]

Teams and drivers[edit]

Team Class No. Driver Rounds
Grove Motorsport PA 4 Australia Stephen Grove 1–3, 6-7
P 10 Australia Brenton Grove 6
Sonic Motor Racing Services P 5 Australia Thomas Maxwell All
P 77 Australia Michael Almond All
P 78 Australia Aaron Love[5] 8
P 100 Australia Dale Wood All
P 777 Australia Jordan Love[6] All
McElrea Racing PA 6 New Zealand Tim Miles All
P 7 Australia Warren Luff[7] 1–6
Australia Harri Jones[8] 8
PA 19 Australia Anthony Gilbertson 1–5
P 36 Australia Cooper Murray[9] 4–8
PA 84 Australia Brett Boulton 6
Porsche Centre Melbourne P 8 Australia Nick McBride All
PA 9 Australia Marc Cini 1–2, 7
PA Australia Michael Loccisano 6
P 10 Australia Joey Mawson 2
Steven Richards Motorsport P 12 New Zealand Steven Richards All
Buik Motorsports PA 13 Australia Sam Shahin All
Volante Rosso Motorsport P 15 Australia Josh Hunt 1–3
Agas National PA 20 Australia Adrian Flack All
Ashley Seward Motorsport PA 22 Australia Dean Cook All
P 36 Australia Cooper Murray[10] 1–3
PA 80 Australia Max Twigg 1
P 88 Australia Dylan O'Keefe 2
Lago Racing PA 23 Australia Roger Lago All
Wall Racing PA 27 Australia Liam Talbot[11] All
P 38 Australia David Wall[12] All
PA 50 Australia David Stevens 1
DRM Motorsport PA 30 Australia David Ryan 2, 6-7
Garth Walden Racing P 34 Australia Duvashen Padayachee[13] All
PA 35 Australia Indiran Padayachee[14] 1–3, 5–8
Greg Ward PA 68 Australia Greg Ward 8
Cameron Hill Racing P 111 Australia Cameron Hill[15] All
Scott Taylor Motorsport PA 222 Australia Scott Taylor 4–8

Note: Only Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (Type 991 II) automobiles were eligible to compete in the series.[1]

Calendar[edit]

The calendar for the 2019 season was announced on the 21st of October, 2018. The series will return to the Townsville Street Circuit, whilst Sydney Motorsport Park was dropped from the calendar.[16]

Rnd Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 R1 South Australia Adelaide Street Circuit
(Adelaide, South Australia)
March 1-3 Australia David Wall Australia David Wall Australia Nick McBride Porsche Centre Melbourne
R2 Australia David Wall Australia Nick McBride Porsche Centre Melbourne
R3 Australia David Wall Australia Nick McBride Porsche Centre Melbourne
2 R1 Victoria (Australia) Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit
(Melbourne, Victoria)
March 14-17 Australia Dale Wood Australia Dale Wood Australia Dale Wood Sonic Motor Racing Services
R2 Australia Dale Wood Australia Dale Wood Sonic Motor Racing Services
R3 Australia Cooper Murray Australia Jordan Love Sonic Motor Racing Services
R4 Australia Jordan Love Australia Jordan Love Sonic Motor Racing Services
3 R1 Victoria (Australia) Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit
(Phillip Island, Victoria)
April 12-14 Australia Jordan Love Australia Jordan Love Australia Jordan Love Sonic Motor Racing Services
R2 Australia Michael Almond Australia Jordan Love Sonic Motor Racing Services
R3 Australia David Wall Australia Jordan Love Sonic Motor Racing Services
4 R1 Northern Territory Hidden Valley Raceway
(Darwin, Northern Territory)
June 14-16 Australia Cameron Hill Australia Jordan Love Australia Cameron Hill Cameron Hill Racing
R2 Australia Cooper Murray Australia Dale Wood Sonic Motor Racing Services
R3 Australia Dale Wood Australia Michael Almond Sonic Motor Racing Services
5 R1 Queensland Townsville Street Circuit
(Townsville, Queensland)
July 5-7 Australia Roger Lago Australia Cooper Murray Australia Cooper Murray McElrea Racing
R2 Australia Cooper Murray Australia Cooper Murray McElrea Racing
R3 Australia Dale Wood Australia Cooper Murray McElrea Racing
6 R1 South Australia The Bend Motorsport Park
(Tailem Bend, South Australia)
August 23-25 Australia Jordan Love Australia Jordan Love Australia Jordan Love Sonic Motor Racing Services
R2 Australia Jordan Love Australia Jordan Love Sonic Motor Racing Services
R3 Australia Jordan Love Australia Jordan Love Sonic Motor Racing Services
7 R1 New South Wales Mount Panorama Circuit
(Bathurst, New South Wales)
October 10-13 Australia David Wall Australia David Wall Australia Jordan Love Sonic Motor Racing Services
R2 Australia Jordan Love Australia Jordan Love Sonic Motor Racing Services
R3 Australia Cooper Murray Australia Jordan Love Sonic Motor Racing Services
8 R1 Queensland Surfers Paradise Street Circuit
(Surfers Paradise, Queensland)
October 25-27 Australia David Wall Australia Cooper Murray Australia David Wall Wall Racing
R2 Australia Nick McBride Australia David Wall Wall Racing
R3 Australia Cooper Murray Australia David Wall Wall Racing

Series Standings[edit]

The series was won by Jordan Love.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 2019 Porsche PAYCE Carrera Cup Australia Series – Sporting and Technical Regulations –Version 2, www.cams.com.au, as archived at web.archive.org
  2. ^ "PAYCE JOINS PORSCHE CARRERA CUP AS TITLE PARTNER". Auto Action.
  3. ^ allporsche (2018-10-21). "Greater coverage key to 2019 Porsche Carrera Cup Australia calendar". Planet Porsche. Retrieved 2019-01-28.
  4. ^ a b 2019 Standings, www.carreracup.com.au as archived at web.archive.org
  5. ^ Herrero, Daniel. "Second GT3 Cup Challenge front-runner joins GC Carrera Cup field". Speedcafe. Retrieved 19 October 2019.
  6. ^ "Love eyes Campbell, Evans pathway with Porsche". carreracup.com.au. Porsche Carrera Cup Australia. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  7. ^ "Castrol Toyota Racing Series welcomes youngest gun". 13 December 2018. Retrieved 13 December 2018.
  8. ^ Herrero, Daniel. "GT3 Cup Challenge leader to step up to Carrera Cup". Speedcafe. Retrieved 2 October 2019.
  9. ^ Howard, Tom. "Murray switches to McElrea for Carrera Cup campaign". Speedcafe. Retrieved 16 May 2019.
  10. ^ Herrero, Daniel. "GT3 Cup Challenge runner-up moves into Carrera Cup". Speedcafe. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  11. ^ "Talbot confirmed for Carrera Cup campaign". Porsche Carrera Cup Australia. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  12. ^ "Talbot confirmed for Carrera Cup campaign". Porsche Carrera Cup Australia. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  13. ^ Coch, Matt. "Father and son team up in Carrera Cup". Speedcafe. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  14. ^ Coch, Matt. "Father and son team up in Carrera Cup". Speedcafe. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  15. ^ "Hill brings Olympic influence to 2019 Porsche campaign". Porsche Carrera Cup Australia. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  16. ^ "Townsville return for Carrera Cup in 2019". 21 October 2018. Retrieved 27 January 2019.

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