iRacing Porsche Esports, after the first session of Barber Motorsports Park and the second session on April 27 in Mid-Ohio, continues the Supercup course
Everything is ready for Saturday 11 May, at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, where 40 of the best sim racers in the world will compete for a prize pool of 100 thousand dollars.
The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup of the American simulator is of course the car chosen for the series, characterized by qualifications, a sprint race and a main race in its 10 events.
Not only will the pilot who wins the championship receive the cash prize, but he will also be awarded at the annual Porsche Night of the Gala gala, in which, for the first time, real and virtual drivers will be equally protagonists in the same event.
The VRS Coanda Simsport team boasts 11 of its drivers engaged in the tournament, with many of them, such as the three-time iRacing World Series Grand Prix champion Martin Kronke and the inaugural iRacing Rallycross World Mitchell deJong, already veterans of different disciplines in iRacing. However, the title is far from obvious, with an incredible list of drivers, with 17 drivers who kept the licenses from last year’s results, up to the 23 new arrivals who obtained licenses through the Porsche Pro Qualifying Series this winter .
Redline Team Greger Huttu, five-time world champion of iRacing and one of the most legendary drivers of the international Sim Racing, will certainly be one of the big names to keep an eye on in the battle.
This is the complete calendar:
11 May Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
25 May Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
June 8 Canadian Tire Motorsports Park
June 29th Watkins Glen International
13 July Silverstone GP
27 July Nurburgring BES / WEC
September 14 WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
28 September National Monza Circuit