The Porsche Motorsport Junior Programme 2012 - Video

The Junior Programme is one of the most important young talent schools for Porsche Motorsports works drivers. Or, more precisely: for credible brand ambassadors of one of the world's most successful sports car builders. In the 2012 programme Michael Christensen and Klaus Bachler made it through our intense selection process.

See what it takes to become a Porsche Junior and compete with some of the most experienced race drivers in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup and Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland driving our 911 GT3 Cup race car.

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For this year's Porsche Junior Programme, Porsche gathered young motorsports talents from all over the world for their intense selection process. Follow current Junior drivers, Michael Christensen and Klaus Bachler, on their way through the four highly competitive challenges they had to pass. Starting with a first fitness assessment in Potsdam, Germany.

Following the first fitness assessment was the driving test on the 911 GT3 Cup car in Vallelunga, Italy against 4 other finalists.

After being selected in the fitness and driving tests, they had to prove their skills in the 911 GT3 Cup car under real term conditions: during the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup and Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland pre-season testing days.

In the end it was time to compete against some of Germany's best and most experienced sportscar drivers in the season premiere of the Porsche Carrera Cup

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Series GT
Drivers Michael Christensen , Klaus Bachler
Article type Special feature
Tags gt3 cup, junior, porsche