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Project 1 Motorsport, formerly known as tolimit Motorsport, is a German auto racing team founded by Hans-Bernd Kamps and Jörg Michaels in 1993 to compete in the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany and later the Porsche Supercup. Based in Lohne, the team has won eighteen championships in the two Porsche series, and has expanded in 2018 to the FIA World Endurance Championship.[1] The team changed their name from tolimit Motorsport to Project 1 in 2013. Deutsche Post has sponsored the team since 1998.[2]

Germany Project 1 Motorsport
Founded1993
Founder(s)Hans-Bernd Kamps
Jörg Michaels
BaseLohne, Germany
Team principal(s)Marcel Jürgens-Wichmann
Axel Funke
Current seriesFIA World Endurance Championship
European Le Mans Series
Porsche Supercup
Porsche Carrera Cup Germany
Former series24H Series
Current driversGermany Jörg Bergmeister
United States Patrick Lindsey
Norway Egidio Perfetti
Italy Giorgio Roda
Norway Marius Nakken
New Zealand Jaxon Evans
Germany Jannes Fittje
Teams'
Championships
Carrera Cup Germany:
2005, 2011, 2012, 2015
FIA WEC:
2018–19 GTE-Am
Drivers'
Championships
Carrera Cup Germany:
2005: Christian Menzel
2012: René Rast
2014: Philipp Eng
2015: Philipp Eng
Porsche Supercup:
2015: Philipp Eng
FIA WEC:
2018–19 GTE-Am
Websitewww.project-1.de

Former Carrera Cup Germany champions for the team include Christian Menzel, René Rast, and Philipp Eng, while Eng also won Project 1's sole Supercup title in 2015.[3]

Jeroen Bleekemolen competing for tolimit Motorsport in the 2011 Porsche Supercup

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Kilshaw, Jake (9 February 2018). "Bergmeister, Lindsey Headline Project 1 Porsche Lineup". Sportscar365. Retrieved 6 May 2018.
  2. ^ "Porsche Carrera Cup". Deutsche Post. Retrieved 6 May 2018.
  3. ^ Bonham, Lee (24 November 2015). "PORSCHE MOBIL1 SUPERCUP: 2015 SEASON REVIEW – A ROUNDABOUT YEAR". thecheckeredflag.co.uk. The Checkered Flag. Retrieved 6 May 2018. So after another all action season in the Porsche Mobil1 Supercup, Philipp Eng stands tall as the latest victor of Porsche’s premier category.

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