Dennis Olsen

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Porsche customer teams make their mark in the DTM

The Porsche customer teams have made an impression at the debut DTM season. At the same time, it was also the debut of the Porsche brand in the DTM. The 911 GT3 R fielded by SSR Performance and the Team 75 Bernhard achieved three victories in the storied German racing series. Works driver Thomas Preining … Continue reading

SSR Performance with a changed line-up at the DTM finale

SSR Performance is going into the final DTM races of the season this weekend with a changed driver line-up. As usual, Dennis Olsen will take his place in the #94 car. Porsche contract driver Christian Engelhart takes over the green #92 Porsche 911 GT3 R. Christian Engelhart has already brought the ADAC GT Masters championship … Continue reading

Challenging weekend for SSR Performance at the Red Bull Ring

Dennis Olsen (NOR) and Laurens Vanthoor (BEL) faced a difficult weekend. At the penultimate DTM event of the season, accidents and the wrong tire strategy prevented the hoped-for pursuit of points. Race 1 The weekend at the Red Bull Ring is a highlight for SSR Performance every year. With about 100 guests on site, the … Continue reading

SSR Performance highly motivated after DTM premiere victory

The two SSR Performance Porsche 911 GT3 R are on their way to the penultimate DTM event of the season at the Red Bull Ring. Dennis Olsen (NOR) recently celebrated the team’s first DTM victory at Spa. This weekend, SSR Performance is going to Styria in Austria. The seventh event of the DTM season takes … Continue reading

Dennis Olsen claims his maiden DTM win

With a lights-to-flag victory, Dennis Olsen secured his maiden win in his still fresh DTM career with the SSR Performance Porsche. In qualifying in the morning, the Norwegian had secured the best starting grid position with a lap time of 2m 30.488s. After a pair of second places at Norisring and Nürburgring, it is the … Continue reading

SSR Performance is ready for the next DTM challenge

Laurens Vanthoor (BEL) and Dennis Olsen (NOR) are ready for the next challenge in the DTM. At Spa-Francorchamps, the two Porsche 911 GT3 R drivers will be chasing points. Olsen had recently celebrated the second place at the Nürburgring. SSR Performance has secured podium finishes at both the Norisring and the Nürburgring, showing that the … Continue reading

DTM podium for SSR Performance at the Nurburgring

The second DTM gala at Nürburgring: following the first-ever 1-2 for brother pairing Sheldon and Kelvin van der Linde in DTM history on Saturday, Luca Stolz scored his maiden win in the long-standing series on Sunday. The 27-year-old, living in Brachbach in the German Westerwald region, secured a much-celebrated home win in the DTM Nürburgring … Continue reading

SSR Performance highly motivated for the second half of the DTM season

The DTM starts the second half of the season this weekend. At the legendary Nürburgring, a top speed of up to 265 km/h awaits motorsport fans on site. SSR Performance competes with the two Porsche 911 GT3 R in the unmistakable green against the prominent field of drivers. Porsche contract driver Dennis Olsen celebrated his … Continue reading

Seventh place for the KCMG Porsche at the 24 Hours of Spa

The Porsche customer team KCMG concluded this year’s 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps in seventh place. With Nick Tandy from the UK and Norway’s Dennis Olsen, works driver Laurens Vanthoor from Belgium turned heads with a sensational charge through the field: after experiencing problems in qualifying, the trio had to start the Belgian endurance classic from … Continue reading

Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific customers aiming for success at 24 Hours of Spa

Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific’s drivers and teams are set to take on the 74th running of the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa this weekend, the biggest GT race on the planet. Hong Kong-based KCMG return for a third effort at the race with Porsche. Dennis Olsen, Laurens Vanthoor and Nick Tandy form a strong driver … Continue reading