After a busy year of racing in 2017, there is no rest for the wicked, as Actrollvision's "Triple Threat" league jumped straight back into action this week, with the first races of its second season. The Red Bull Ring was the venue for this league that welcomes newcomers into its GT5 class, intermediate drivers in GT4, and experienced racers in GT3.
First up was the GT5 class, and in a tightly fought qualifying it was Graham_068 who grabbed pole, having pipped Bafrage by 4 thousandths of a second with a 59:280. Graham_068 then made a wonder start in the race, as did Uxthink, who went from 4th to 2nd after turn 1. It was a battle from start to finish between these two, as they swapped positions every other lap, before Graham_068 finally took the chequered flag. 3rd place was a scrap between Bafrage and Phatmatt, who came through in the end to sneak ahead of Bafrage on the line by 0.05. It was a very close start to the season and PhatMatt was Driver of the Day. Read on to catch-up with the GT4 and GT3 action.
After a short Christmas break, competitive action returned to Project CARS 2 with a bang this week, starting with the first ESL Cup of 2018. Autodromo Algarve hosted the races, and Luke "Actrollvision" Crane was on-hand as always to stream the action from the PC Cup. Catch-up with the race report below.
This week in the Actrollvision "Triple Theat League" is was the final round of the season. All three classes (GT5, GT4 & GT3) took to Japan's fantastic Sportsland Sugo circuit. The GT5 season title was still up for grabs, and there was a six-way relegation battle on hand too. Read on to find out how the season wrapped up, and catch-up with videos of all the action.
This week it was the turn of Oulton Park, the UK's most picturesque race track, to host the weekly ESL Project CARS action in the Go4 Cup. Touring Cars continued to be the weapon of choice, and are definitely well-suited to the undulating, tight twists and turns of the Cheshire circuit, which of course has a great history of TC racing thanks to the British Touring Car Championship.
Oulton also hosted the GT5 battle in this week's Actrollvision "Triple Threat League" competitions. Read on to catch-up with all of this week's action, including on-demand videos of each race.
December started with a bang in Project CARS esports, with a new car class and an extremely challenging circuit in the ESL Go4 Cups. The drivers decided it was time for a break from GT3 action, and instead voted for Touring Cars to be the weapon of choice in December. The first circuit of the month was Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. This narrow strip of undulating asphalt flanked by massive sand traps is a great place to race in the TC class, where the relatively low power output and downforce levels means that drivers really have to hustle their machinery from corner-to-corner. Read on to catch-up with videos of this week's action, plus all of the racing from the ACR "Triple Threat" league at Silverstone.