The 16 finalists receive exclusives prizes from Porsche Driver's Selection and HUGO BOSS. The fashion label is the competition's official sponsor. The champion will be awarded with the opportunity "to race on an iconic track in real life" at the Hockenheimring next year.
The Porsche Asia Pacific Forza Cup is a series which includes a three-week hotlap qualifier that concludes in a Grand Finals.
Drivers can punch their ticket to the Grand Finals in three different qualifier events over three weeks. Each event runs over one week and gives racers the possibility to get the fastest lap time on a particular track. The Qualification is open to residents of the Asia-Pacific region.
In the Grand Finals, 16 drivers will compete to bring home the first Porsche Asia Pacific Forza Cup over two races in a Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport.
The winner will earn the chance to live the Porsche experience for one day in the Porsche center at Hockenheim, Germany. The top three will each get a Tag Heuer watch and $500 of Hugo Boss store credit.
|Event 1||Mount Panorama||September 28 - October 4||2014 Porsche 918 Spyder|
|Event 2||Nürburgring||October 5-11||2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS|
|Event 3||Circuit de la Sarthe||October 12-18||2017 Porsche #2 Porsche Team 919 Hybrid|
|Grand Finals||TBD||October 31||2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4|
Live streams & VoDs
The Grand Finals will be streamed on Forza's Twitch channel and on the Porsche Asia Pacific Forza Cup website.
The 16 Finalists
Over three events, 16 players qualify for the Grand Finals. Note that only three participants from each country may attend the finals. Therefore, there may be players who have accumulated more points, but cannot qualify due to this rule. Here are the 16 participants who compete in the finals.
|4th||Bug Jum||New Zealand||5620|
|6th||RMR Discreet||New Zealand||5340|
|16th||golf gti 1||New Caledonia||4040|