Porsche Supercup 2020

Sport 21 are very pleased to announce a new race deal for the Porsche Supercup supporting the FIA Formula 1 World Championship at Silverstone.

JM Littman will be joining MRS Motorsport and will compete in the Porsche MOBIL1 Supercup at Silverstone 31st July – 2nd August. This represents a combination of personal and professional passion coming together to stunning effect with sponsorship from Webheads. It also showcases that at our core and from the very top, all of the team here at Sport 21 are pure petrol heads at heart and love to be a part of the action as much as they love organising it. We work to connect drivers and teams with opportunities which we view as platforms for success.

“This is an incredible opportunity for me to race against the very best Porsche racers in the world and with Silverstone being my home race and supporting Formula 1, making it all the more special… Thank you to MRS Motorsport, a team that I’ve raced and won with in the Gulf 12h in 2019, albeit, that was an endurance race and this will be my first time in a sprint race and without ABS. This will be a very different car and huge challenge.  A good result in the Pro-Am class is the goal and to enjoy the experience. A special thanks goes to Webheads and Jason Price for the amazing custom livery which they have designed”.  JM Littman

“It is a great pleasure for us that we have a British driver for the 4th round of Porsche MOBIL1 Supercup in Silverstone next to our Finnish driver and our young driver from Guatemala. JM already raced with us several times last year all with podium finishes so we are looking for a great result. We all look forward to an exciting race in Silverstone even though we will miss the great atmosphere given by the British spectators at the track.” Iris Dorr. MRS Motorsport

The Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup has supported the FIA Formula 1 World Championship since 1993. It is a professional and high-ranking race series which is firmly established in the International Calendar, and enjoys a great reputation with insiders and the public alike.

Top motor racing personalities compete against talented, ambitious young drivers on the Saturday (just before the Formula 1 qualifying) and on the Sunday before the Grand Prix takes off. The race will be broadcasted live on Sky, Eurosports, ESPN, Fox and also available on the Formula 1 TV App. This showcases the broad reach and attentive audience waiting to watch the action too as racing on physical tracks again becomes the norm – or at least the ‘new normal’.

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