Team75 Motorsport with an exciting program in the 2024 season

Horizons expanded

Team75 Motorsport is looking far beyond the horizon in the 2024 season. The team from Landstuhl in the Palatinate is returning to the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany as the main program, but is also involved internationally by supporting the Global Phantom Racing (PGR) team from China supported in the World Challenge Asia.
In the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany, the team of team owner Timo Bernhard brings two Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars to the start, with two top talents in the cockpit: the two 17-year-olds Robert de Haan and Janne Stiak.
The cooperation with Phantom Global Racing in the GT World Challenge Asia and the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia is exciting and promising. Team75 Motorsport provides personnel and technical support and brings in its many years of experience. The start of the collaboration was extremely positive at the premiere on the occasion of the 12h Bathurst in Australia with fourth place in the overall ranking. At the 12 Hours of Sepang in Malaysia this weekend, Team75 owner Timo Bernhard will even be doing the honors himself: the two-time endurance world champion and overall Le Mans winner will be sitting in the cockpit there. Further PGR starts in international endurance classics are still being planned.
Customer sport in the Porsche Sports Cup and the continuation of the promotion of young talent from karting to the Touring Car Junior Cup with Alex Mohr to the Porsche Carrera Cup Italy with Daniel Gregor are further pillars of Team75 Motorsport.

Team owner Timo Bernhard: “Our programs for the 2024 season are very diverse and very exciting. I'm particularly looking forward to this because every single team member has put a lot of work into these framework conditions. The return to the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany with two cars is the cornerstone, the main program. There is also the cooperation with the Phantom Global Racing team from China, which gives us many exciting races. Like the last 12h Bathurst, where we achieved an impressive result with fourth place to start this partnership. At the 12h Sepang I'll even get behind the wheel again myself. In addition, further starts in classic endurance races are planned together with Phantom Global Racing, which we will provide further information about. During the whole GT World Challenge Asia, we will be accompanied and supported by Phantom Global Racing with staff and know-how. We will also strengthen PGR accordingly in the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia. This collaboration is growing and becoming ever closer, and we are very confident about this future.
Of course, we will again be represented at customer sports events in the Porsche Sports Cup. Promoting young talent also remains one of our main concerns. We look after two Team75 juniors: Daniel Gregor, who we are sending to the Porsche Carrera Cup Italy to further train and support him there. There is also Alex Mohr, who is making the leap from karting and will start in the Touring Car Junior Cup. We will support him as best we can. This means we already have the next generation of drivers in the starting blocks. In addition, Team75 Motorsport will be increasingly active in karting in order to identify and promote young talent there too.”

The races for the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany 2024:
April 19th - 21st: Imola (Italy)
April 24th - 28th: Oschersleben
June 7th – 9th: Zandvoort (Netherlands)
June 21st – 23rd: Hungaroring (Hungary)
August 16th - 18th: Nürburgring
September 6th – 9th: Sachsenring
September 27th – 29th: Red Bull Ring (Austria)
October 18th - 20th: Hockenheim

The 35-minute races (start time on Saturdays and Sundays at 11:25 a.m.) will be broadcast live on, on the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland YouTube channel and in the Porsche Motorsport Hub ( de/category/carreracup).

The races for the GT World Challenge Asia 2024:
April 19th – 21st: Sepang (Malaysia)
May 10th – 12th: Chang (Thailand)
June 7th – 9th: Sugo (Japan Cup only)
June 21st – 23rd: Fuji (Japan)
July 5th – 7th: Suzuka (Japan)
August 23rd – 25th: Okayama (Japan)
September 13th – 15th: Shanghai (China)

The races for the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia:
April 19 – 21: Shanghai (China)
May (exact date not yet set: Suzuka (Japan)
June 14th – 16th: Chang (Thailand)
July 5th – 7th: Bangsaen (Thailand)
August 9th – 11th: Sepang (Malaysia)
September 20th – 22nd: Marina Bay (Singapore)
October 25th – 27th: Shanghai (China)

Text: Peter Schäffner
Photos: Siegerdesign & Phantom Global Racing (high quality pictures are listed in the press portal of Team75 Motorsport. Access data are available under

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