All Three America’s GT Cup Series Featured in Own Practice, Qualifying and Sprint Race Run Group; Two Enduro Races Includes Sunday’s 4 Hours of Sebring
SEBRING, Florida (November 20, 2015) – An expanded schedule of events that will see The Stuttgart Cup, Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy USA and the debut race of The Maranello Cup featured in their own run group was confirmed today by America’s GT Cup for next month’s season-ending Sebring Historics, December 3 – 6, at Sebring International Raceway.
The two-week countdown is on for the popular weekend of HSR (Historic Sportscar Racing) at Sebring that will see all three America’s GT Cup operated racing series compete in their own run group for practice, qualifying and three sprint-races. Stuttgart Cup, Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy and The Maranello Cup competitors will also compete in Saturday’s one-hour Enduro and Sunday’s season-finale 4 Hours of Sebring. Both Enduros and two of the three sprint races will be the final 2015 points races counting toward the Stuttgart Cup and Mission Foods GT3 Cup season championships.
The Sebring Historics provisional schedule can be downloaded by clicking here.
The Stuttgart Cup, Mission Foods GT3 Cup and The Maranello Cup Sebring Historics entry form can be downloaded by clicking here.
The Sebring schedule also allows Stuttgart Cup, Mission Foods GT3 Cup and The Maranello Cup competitors interested in even more racing to enter HSR’s Group 10 events.
The Stuttgart Cup features Porsche Cayman and Boxsters models, Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy USA is home to Porsche 996, 997 and other GT3 Cup models from the past decade while the debuting Maranello Cup is open to previously eligible Ferrari Challenge race cars.
Like The Stuttgart Cup and Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy USA, The Maranello Cup will be based on close and fair racing on the track and great competitor camaraderie after the checkered flag falls.
The addition of The Maranello Cup to the America’s GT Cup family of racing series also aligns what many regard as the two most iconic automobile brands in the world: Porsche and Ferrari.
The Maranello Cup’s one-off 2015 debut race at Sebring will set the stage for next year’s full season of competition that, like The Stuttgart Cup and the Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy USA, will crown a champion at year’s end.
All America’s GT Cup racing series compete with the support of official series partners Pirelli Tire North America, BRM Chronographes, Pacifico Costa Rica, Mission Foods, Racerink, VP Racing Fuels, Palm Beach Driving Club and Bob Woodman Tires.
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