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IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge

IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge
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Category One-make racing by Porsche
Country 23x15px United States
Inaugural season 2005
Constructors Porsche
Tyre suppliers Yokohama
Drivers' champion 23x15px Madison Snow
Teams' champion 23x15px Wright Motorsports
Official website

The IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge by Yokohama is a one-make racing series based in North America utilizing Porsche 911 GT3s.

The IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge by Yokohama features semi-professional drivers racing head to head in the largest single-make series in North America. Powered by one of the world’s most successful race cars, the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car, the multi-class structure of the series teaches drivers essential skills for an eventual career in Porsche Supercup or the American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón.

The series is divided into two classes; the Platinum Cup, featuring the more powerful 2010–2012 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars, and the Gold Cup, which includes 2005½–2009 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars. Both classes race on environmentally-focused Yokohama Rubber Company ADVAN ENV-R2 racing tires.

In 2012, The Hertz Corporation announced that they would join the sponsorship portfolio of the series.[1]

The series is sanctioned by the International Motor Sports Association, and is a support series to the United SportsCar Championship.


Season Champion
2005 23x15px Jay Policastro
2006 997 Class Champion 996 Class Champion
23x15px Nathan Swartzbaugh 23x15px Dino Loles
2007 Champion
23x15px Bob Faieta
2008 Platinum Class Champion Gold Class Champion
23x15px Bob Faieta 23x15px Tony Rivera
2009 23x15px Bob Faieta 23x15px Melanie Snow
2010 23x15px Ross Smith 23x15px Henrique Cisneros
2011 23x15px Henrique Cisneros 23x15px Madison Snow
2012 23x15px Sean Johnston 23x15px Angel Benitez, Jr
2013 23x15px Madison Snow 23x15px Michael Levitas


  1. ^ "Hertz Becomes IMSA GT3 Cup Series Sponsor". GRand Solutions. Retrieved July 2012. 

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