Racing doesn't get much more challenging than this. Round 6 of Actrollvision's Triple Threat League in Project CARS 2 took to the streets of Long Beach. Close walls, narrow concrete and big bumps make this classic US circuit one of the biggest tests of nerve in sim-racing. One wrong move can wreck your race, and the race of others around you. The Actrollvision League sees everyone from novices to pros testing their skills across three separate races, but which drivers would master the streets, and which drivers would end their competition in the wall? Read on to find out.
Week #4 of the Project CARS 2 ESL Go4 Cups took place at Donington Park. The British circuit is a fan favourite thanks to its high speed corners, blind crests, and the swooping downhill section at Craner Curves. As always, Actrollvision was on hand to watch all of the GT3 action in the PC Go4 Final, and lend his talents to the events in the commentary booth. Read on to catch-up with this week's racing.
This week's ESL Go4 Cup was an all-American affair, with the track voting taken up entirely by US circuits. When the vote closed it was Watkins Glen that came out on top to host this week's grass roots Project CARS esports action. This tricky classic track in New York is well known for its long, sweeping high speed corners, and makes for a great challenge with the high downforce of the modern GT3 cars. Luke "Actrollvision" Crane was on hosting duties once again for this week's live stream. Catch-up with his coverage of the racing below, plus the latest action from his "Triple Threat" community league.
You know them better as SDL eSports, and they've had a fantastic year of competition in 2017. After a successful campaign in the SMS-R Series, which saw them travel to our Gamescom World Final as Series Champions, SDL attracted the attention of French autoparts retailer, Oscaro, which is now their title sponsor. This is a new era for the team, and although the Gamescom World Final didn't quite go to plan for them, they are still a force to be reckoned with in the world of sim-racing, and especially in Project CARS esports.
We got together with Team Manager, SoniK and driver, Rotax to have a chat about 2017 and give you some more insight into the personalities and history behind Oscaro eSports.
It's been a busy week for Actrollvision, with three more races in his "Triple Threat" league for racers of all abilities. COTA was the venue for this week's action in his GT5, GT4 and GT3 leagues. The GT5 & GT4 cars used the shorter National Circuit at the increasingly iconic Texan venue, whilst the more powerful GT3 class took to the full GP layout.
Catch-up on all of the racing with the videos below.