Porsche reveals new Supercup 911 GT3
Team owner Lechner dies aged 71
Calderon gets Porsche Supercup cameo
Interview: Kiwi Porsche star on his new life in Europe
One-time Sauber F1 tester in Porsche switch

Porsche has taken the wraps of its latest Supercup contender that will come on stream in next season's Formula 1 support championship and selected regional one-make series around the world.

Walter Lechner, who twice raced in the Le Mans 24 Hours and founded his eponymous team best-known for its dominant success in the Porsche Supercup, has died aged 71.  

Formula 2 racer Tatiana Calderon will make her first foray into sportscar racing with an appearance in this weekend's Porsche Supercup season finale in Mexico.

Porsche junior shootout winner Jaxon Evans reflects on a busy transition from racing down under to a joint Supercup/Carrera Cup programme on the big stage in Europe.

Erstwhile Sauber Formula 1 tester Gustav Malja will “reset his career” by switching to Porsche Carrera racing in 2018.