911 Cup Series

The 2018 911 Cup Series

2018 brings a new series to PCA Club Racing.  This series will run within the PCA “E” class with two sub-classes based on tire spec.  Cars will be identified in sub-class based on a windshield banner: a black banner for Hoosier R7 tires and a white banner for Hoosier Street TD.

NOTE: The series is optional and runs within the Club Racing “E” class.  This does not impact any “E” class driver not wishing to be a part of the series.  The standard PCA Club Racing “E” class remains an open tire class.  Hoosier Tire contingencies only apply to the 911 Cup Series participants.

The 911 Cup Series will cover 5 of the PCA scheduled races starting Sebring and followed, in order, with Road Atlanta, Barber Motorsports, Watkins Glen, and finishing at Road America over Labor Day weekend.

The series will follow PCA points system with the following exceptions:

  • All three races during each event will count toward 911 Cup Series championship points: Sprint 1, Sprint 2, and the Enduro.
  • Championship will be determined by taking points from 4 of 5 events.

NOTE: Races in 911 Cup will count toward PCA National “E” Championship based on the PCA points system.

  • Trophies will be awarded for podiums for both sub-classes after races 2 and 3.  There will be no podium celebration for race 1.
  • All cars must have 911 Cup banners on the windshield based on sub-class and display stickers for tire contingency sponsors on both sides of the car.
  • All other PCA Club Racing rules apply.

2018 Hoosier Tire Contingency Program

Contingency will be provided for each sub-class for the 2 races designated as Club Racing points at each event; typically Sprint 2 and either the Enduro or Sprint 3.  To be eligible for contingency payouts, Hoosier Racing Tire stickers must be on both sides, front, and back of the car.  Drivers must register with the Hoosier contingency program each year to be eligible. Drivers must be registered in the program prior to competing.  No awards will be paid if you do not follow all of the contingency procedures.  Click here for additional details.  Register here or use the button below.

Where 7 or more cars start in each sub-class:

  • 1st Place – 2 tires
  • 2nd Place – 1 tire
  • 3rd Place – 1 tire

Where 5 or 6 cars start a race in each sub-class:

  • 1st Place – 2 tires
  • 2nd Place – 1 tire

Where 3 or 4 cars start a race in each sub-class:

  • 1st Place – 2 tires

Hoosier will provide hats for podium finishers, patches for race suits, and stickers for cars. 

2018 GearTie Contingency Program

Contingency will be provided for each sub-class for all participants provided Gear Tie stickers are on both sides of the car.

  • Free Gear Ties for all participating drivers
  • End of year swag bags 

 

2018 Bend & Hook Contingency Program

Contingency will be provided for each sub-class for all participants provided Perfect Hanger stickers are on both sides of the car.

  • 1 Perfect Hanger for all participants
  • Box of Perfect Hangers for 1st place finish
  • Box of Perfect Hangers for podium Champions at the end of the season

 

Standings Class R7

NameSebring
Daniel Martinson71
Niels Meissner67
Cameron Best43
Doug Crossman38
Francis Florido32
Jim Buckley32
Siggi Meissner27
Clarke Simpson25
Evan Close23
Robert Love22
Duane Crandall20
Jason Nikic19
Dwayne Moses0
Peter Castellana0
Scott Giannou0

Standings Class Street TD

NameSebring
Mark White75
Brent Hoover53
Steven Anderson42
Andrew Burke38
Randy Alexander34.5
Juan Porro28.5
John Machul23