Apex Racing Academy Porsche Cup Championship
The third season of the Apex Racing Academy Porsche Cup Championship is set to start on the 5th of May! The legendary sports car returns for a 9 round season. Every meeting will be broadcast on Apex Racing TV with race reports and images uploaded to the Apex Racing League website!
The schedule matches the Porsche iRacing Cup official series schedule and there is an amateur drivers championship title so that all competitors have a title to fight for. Included in your entry is a 1 month subscription to Apex Racing Academy gaining you access to setups designed and used by Porsche eSports Supercup race winner, Kevin Ellis Jr.
We are excited to use a new race format this season. At selected rounds, we will adopt a heat racing elimination format, whereby drivers qualify for the feature race by finishing high enough in their heat and consolation races. We expect this to improve the quality of racing at some of the incident-prone circuits that we visit and create some nail biting races. At other, more expansive circuits, we will continue to use the 20 and 30 minute races, with a reverse grid, that enable a shake up to the pecking order.
Nick Madsen won the inaugural ARA Porsche Cup Championship, with Kamil Grabowski taking the crown in season 2, narrowly beating out Pascal Costa. Kev Copeland and Leon Erger have achieved the season 1 and season 2 amateur titles respectively, and Prodrive eSport Team and Impulse Racing have won the teams championship. With over £900 in prizes, winning the titles comes with some great prizes, along with the pride of beating a competitive field