Discovering Lombok’s Charm: Why Mandalika Will Host the Porsche Sprint Challenge Indonesia Thrice reports an exhilarating development for enthusiasts of beachside excitement and sporting events: the Porsche Sprint Challenge Indonesia. This event, celebrated for its combination of high-performance supercars, picturesque beaches, and its remarkable continuity, having been held three times consecutively.

As sourced from Antara news agency, the Porsche Sprint Challenge Indonesia race at Mandalika is accessible for free from Grandstand A. For those seeking an upgraded experience, tickets start at IDR 300,000, offering three-day access to the paddock area.

The event isn’t just about racing; it offers a variety of entertainment for attendees. The renowned national band “Radja” and several local talents will be featured at the Mandalika Seru Party on December 9.

The selection of Mandalika Circuit, located in Central Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, is noteworthy. This track has hosted prestigious events like the World Superbike (WSBK) and MotoGP from 2021 to 2023, earning recognition from Dorna Sports, the owner of the WSBK and MotoGP races, and Superstars Motorsport, the promoter of the Porsche Sprint Challenge Indonesia.

Maya Watono, Director of Marketing and Tourism Programs at InJourney, highlighted the circuit’s exceptional quality, “We’ve consulted with Italian experts and resurfaced the circuit three times. This has resulted in what Dorna Sports acclaimed as the world’s most beautiful circuit with the best asphalt.”

The Porsche 911 GTS is showcased in five variants at the event: the 911 Carrera GTS (rear-wheel drive Coupé and Cabriolet), 911 Carrera 4 GTS (all-wheel drive Coupe and Cabriolet), and the 911 Targa 4 GTS all-wheel drive, as reported by PT Eurokars Group Indonesia via ANTARA.

This touring race is set to occur not just once but thrice, on December 8-10, January 12-14, and January 26-28, 2024. Each race will feature a 30-minute Sprint Race and a 45-minute Endurance Race.

Currently, ten Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars are prepped at the Mandalika Circuit, eagerly awaiting the first round of the Porsche Sprint Challenge Indonesia.

source: The beauty of Lombok is the reason why the Porsche Sprint Challenge Indonesia has staged in Mandalika three times – Ruetir