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Gustav Malja ends Porsche Supercup season with top ten in Mexico City

Gustav Malja wrapped up his debut season in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup with a top ten finish at this weekend’s double-header finale at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City. The Swedish rookie came home in ninth place in the first race of t …

Gustav Malja heads to Mexico for Porsche Supercup finale

After a highly intense summer, featuring racing on basically all weekends, the past month has been one of more tranquility for Gustav Malja. Since scoring a podium in the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland finale at Hockenheim in late September, the Swede …

First 2018 finale of two for Gustav Malja

Dovetailing commitments in Porsche’s Supercup and Carrera Cup Deutschland championships this season, Gustav Malja has enjoyed a massively intense summer of basically uninterrupted racing. One of the Swede’s two campaigns – Carrera Cup Deutschland – wil …

Gustav Malja ends hectic summer with double Sachsenring score

Gustav Malja took a brace of ninth-place finishes from the penultimate Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland round of the season. The Swede, a debutant in Porsche racing this year, drove two steady races at Germany’s Sachsenring to cap off a run of eight con …

Gustav Malja returns to site of career-first car racing win

On June 9, 2012, Gustav Malja pocketed his first-ever car racing career race victory. Winning not just once, but twice, during a memorable weekend in ADAC Formel Masters at Sachsenring, it marked an important moment on a journey which would later see M …

Gustav Malja retires from puncture-strewn Monza race

Gustav Malja retired from this weekend’s Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup race at Monza after picking up a puncture, as almost one third of the field suffered tyre separations at the fastest circuit on the calendar. Malja started Sunday’s race at Italy’s famou …

Age: 22
2018 programme: Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup & Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland
Team: Project 1
CV: 2nd, ADAC Formel Masters (2012) – Swedish karting champion (2009) – Rydell Special Award recipient (2011-2012) – McLaren Performance Academy ”Driver of the Year” (2014).