September date confirmed for Porsche Rennsport Reunion
Will this be the greatest ever gathering of Porsches? The sixth running of the Porsche Renunion will celebrate Porsche's 70th anniversary
In celebration of the marque’s 70th anniversary, the Porsche Rennsport Reunion will return to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca next year, with a 27-30 September date confirmed.
The Reunion returns for the first time since 2015 and will remain at the 2.2-mile Californian circuit, as it has since 2011. Continuing on from the last five runnings, cars will be grouped by the period in which they raced in an effort to maximise entrants in each class.
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It is expected that cars will cover the full timeline of Porsche’s motorsport success, with early 356s through to the Le Mans-winning 919 LMP1 Hybrid all expected to run.
Organised by Porsche Cars North America, the four-day event will build on the 60,000 spectators that attended in 2015 and will feature the widest variety of historic racing Porsche competition models in the company's 70-year history.
Aside from the regular practice, qualifying and race format, exhibition parade laps and a Concours on Saturday are also included.
2018 Porsche Rennsport Reunion VI Run Groups:
– Group 1: PCA Sholar-Friedman Cup
Porsche Club of America race cars
– Group 2: Werks Trophy
904/6 cyl. 906, 910, 907, 908, 908/2, 908/3 (6 turbo & 8 cyl.) 909, 917 (normally aspirated
– Group 3: Eifel Trophy
911 (911 up to 2.5 liter), 911 TR, 911 ST, 914, 914/6
– Group 4: Weissach Cup
911 (over 2.5 liter), RSR, 3.0 RSR, 2.1 Turbo, 934, 935, 936, 924 GTS, 924 GTR
– Group 5: Gmund Cup
550, 550A, RSK, RS60-61 (4 & 8 cyl.) 2000 GS GT, Abarth Carrera, 356, 904-4cam, Porsche
– Group 6: Stuttgart Cup
956, 962, 911 GT1, WSC, RS Spyder
– Group 7: Flacht Cup
Type 964, 993, 996, 997 GT 911 Race Cars
Tickets and camping passes are already for sale on the Mazda Raceway website.
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