Clubsport is not just for Cayman GT4s anymore
Join us for the 2020 PCA Clubsport Series sponsored by Pirelli. The 6 race championship series is now open to all drivers of GTC6, GTC7, GTD1 and GTD2 factory Porsche racecars. This year we’ve added new venues, starting with the series kick-off at Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas on Feb. 28. The series visits classic venues before wrapping up at Road America in September.
For 2020, the Clubsport Series will only count points for the Sprint races. This change allows us to have awards on Saturday, so racers don’t have to stay late on Sunday. It also allows racers to share a car during the Enduro without losing Clubsport championship points.
Anyone running in one of the 4 classes at one of the 6 designated races, will accumulate points toward the Clubsport Championship (as well as still accumulating PCA National Championship points). In addition to tire contingency and caps, these 6 races will also feature large trophies like last year.
All racers who compete in 3 or more of the Clubsport race weekends will receive a Clubsport 2020 jacket and cap.
Clubsport Champions will be honored at a dinner at the Road America race weekend.
The Fine Print
All PCA rules, such as weight, tires, and car configuration for the appropriate class (GTC6, GTC7, GTD1, GTD2) apply to the PCA Clubsport series as well.
Weekend awards will be determined by points accumulated in the 2 sprints.
Annual awards will be determined by total points accumulated in the 12 sprint races, dropping the 3 worst finishes.
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