Robert Renauer has won this year’s Porsche Cup, as the most successful privateer Porsche driver in GT racing series around the world.
The 35-year-old German, who finished runner-up in both the ADAC GT Masters and 24H Series Continents GT3-Pro championships this year, became a two-time Porsche Cup winner after his first title in 2016.
The Herberth Motorsport team owner/driver finished ahead of American Jason Bell in the overall standings, which takes into account participation, results and competition in the GT3 and GT4 ranks through an algorithm.
Renauer will receive a new Porsche 911 as his prize for
The award for successful amateur drivers, which celebrates its 51st anniversary this year, is based on an idea of Ferry Porsche.
Virtual Supercup Champion Sebastian Job Honored
Sebastian Job was also honored Saturday evening at the digital Porsche ‘Night of Champions’ for winning the manufacturer’s virtual Supercup championship.
The 20-year-old Briton from the Red Bull Racing Esports Team beat last year’s champion Joshua Rogers in the Porsche Tag Heuer Esports Supercup, contested on iRacing.
The 2021 season begins on Jan. 9 on the virtual version of Interlagos.