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Porsche Sprint Challenge Central Europe - Season Preview 2022

More fascinating sport than ever before


GT3 and GT4 cars will mix again in 2022 - Credit Martin Trenkler - PSCCE

Club sport at its best and a great atmosphere all around is what the Porsche Sprint Challenge Central Europe (PSCCE) offers in its fourth year of existence.

  • Premiere for the new 992-series GT3 Cup Porsche in the PSCCE
  • Cup organiser Lechner Racing guaranteeing to provide top-class sport
  • Five events on Central European elite racetracks

The Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport enjoyed the limelight all by itself during the first two seasons of the Porsche Sprint Challenge Central Europe, in 2019 and 2020. Since last year, the GT4 class has shared the presence on track with the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars. 2022 will see the next highlight many participants and fans have been waiting for: The new eighth-generation 911 GT3 Cup (model 992) will now be at the start of the still young Porsche one-make cup for the first time. The very highly appreciated racing car is the ideal team partner for aspiring talents as well as for experienced professionals to hunt for the best times. The latest generation of the four-litre six-cylinder boxer engine produces 510 hp, underlining its purpose: racing and winning.

Compact race action
The unique race format of the Porsche Sprint Challenge Central Europe will remain as entertaining as ever in 2022. There will be plenty of time before race day to hone your driving skills and safely push your personal limits together with professional instructors from Lechner Racing. With the exception of the opening weekend in Brno, both qualifying sessions and all races are scheduled for Saturday: the two sprint races after lunch in the PSCCE hospitality are followed in the evening by the popular 100-mile endurance race with driver change and the subsequent chase start, which is characteristic of the PSCCE. Lechner Racing also offers customers unforgettable GT3 and GT4 Experiences around the race to perfectly round off the event.

GP circuits with a quality seal
All venues on the 2022 championship calendar have already hosted automobile or motorbike world championship rounds and are accordingly equipped to a high standard. After all, safety and a well-developed infrastructure are just as much a part of a PSCCE race weekend as the driving challenge, a challenge already offered right at the start (13–15 May) by the roller coaster of Brno. The 5.4-kilometre-long Automotodrom is part of the PSCCE Roadshow for the first time, which will also come to the Czech Republic again for the finale. In between, the Grand Prix circuit in Spielberg (27/28 May), the Slovakia Ring (10/11 June) near the Slovakian capital Bratislava and the Formula 1 circuit in Budapest (26/27 August) will be visited. The 2022 season will end at the Autodrom of Most (9/10/9), which will once again serve as the arena for the final showdown.


Race calendar 2022:

13 -15 May - Autodrom Brno (CZE)

27/28 May - Red Bull Ring Spielberg (AUT)

10/11 June - Slovakia Ring (SVK)

26/27 August - Hungaroring Budapest (HUN)

9/10 September - Autodrom Most (CZE)


All overall winners:

2021 season:
GT3 Overall - Max Werndl (GER, Keep It Gold Racing)
GT3 Endurance  - Max Werndl/Freddy Fast (GER/AUT, Keep It Gold Racing)
GT4 Overall - Frederick Jerich (AUT, Junior Team Central Europe)
GT4 Endurance - Jonas Greif/Frederick Jerich (GER/AUT, Junior Team Central Europe)

2020 season:
Overall - Edwin Waldhier (GER, Junior Team Central Europe)
Endurance - Jonas Greif/Edwin Waldhier (GER, Junior Team Germany)

2019 season:
Overall - Lukas Wanner (AUT, Junior Team Austria)
Endurance - Markus Sattler/Arne Hoffmeister (GER, Team S24 by Umbrella Racing)


GT3 and GT4 cars will mix again in 2022 - Credit Martin Trenkler - PSCCE
Expertise meets fun in the PSCCE - Credit Michael Jurtin - PSCCE
Michelin is the official tyre supplier of the PSCCE - Credit Martin Trenkler - PSCCE
Ready to go - Credit Michael Jurtin - PSCCE
The Red Bull Ring will mark the home race for the Austrian series in May - Credit Martin Trenkler - PSCCE
Thumbs up for the upcoming season - Credit Michael Jurtin - PSCCE
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