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F1 2022

Porsche Supercup extends F1 support deal

The Porsche Supercup will continue to feature on F1's undercard until at least 2030.

Porsche Supercup 2022
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Formula 1 and Porsche have announced an extension to their collaboration, which will see the support series remain on the F1 calendar until 2030.

The support series has been a constant fixture on the F1 calendar since it first appeared in 1993, and the extension means the series will have supported F1 weekends for almost four decades.

2022 saw Luxembourg's Dylan Pereira take his first Porsche Supercup title, edging out the Netherlands' Larry ten Voorde by ten points.

Porsche Supercup calendar 2023

In 2023, the Porsche Supercup will support eight Grand Prix weekends. These include events at Silverstone, Monaco and Monza.

The season starts on May 19 at Imola and will end on September 3 in Monza. Check out the full calendar below.

Porsche Supercup Calendar 2023

# Data Circuit
1. 19 - 21 May Imola
2. 25 - 28 May Monaco
3. 30 June - 2 July Red Bull Ring
4. 7 - 9 July Silverstone
5. 21 - 23 July Hungaroring
6. 28 - 30 July Spa-Francorchamps
7. 25 - 27 August Zandvoort
8. 1 - 3 September Monza

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