Qualifying is now open for the BELCAR E-Racing Series. The BELCAR championship is the premier GT racing series in Belgium, and this year they are running their own virtual championship, using Project CARS 2 and iRacing.
Qualifying is available via the in-game Community Events screen in Project CARS 2, and all European players aged 16 or over can enter on PC, PS4, & Xbox One. You'll be driving the Porsche 911 GT3 R at Zolder. Drivers must also register at eracingseries.eu/BELCAR to be eligible to progress to the next rounds and compete for the €10,000 prize pool.
After the qualifying rounds, the fastest drivers will be contacted by the organisers at the email address you provided during your registration. You will then be organised into online races for the next stage of competition.
The finals will take place in-person at the 24 Hours of Zolder in August of this year.
To get more information about the competition, including race rules, restrictions etc, and to register, please visit eracingseries.eu/BELCAR
After registering at the BELCAR website, visit in the in-game Community Events screen to set your qualifying lap times.
Please note that this competition is owned and operated by E-Racing Series.
After two months of great competition between the UK's very best sim-racers, the Renault esports Series in Project CARS 2 reached a fantastic climax at the 2018 British Grand Prix. Spectators in the Silverstone Formula One FanZone were treated to a close contest between drivers from teams Veloce, OTL, and NGR. With Luke "Actrollvision" Crane on hand to entertain the fans, the racing began. The drivers battled it out in TCR, Clio Cup and Formula Renault machinery at our virtual recreations of the Nurburgring, Brands Hatch and Silverstone. All to decide who would walk away with a superb prize - a race school experience with PalmerSport, including the real Clio Cup racer alongside some other great cars. Read on for the results and some photos from the day.
This week the Actrollvision Community Racing league hailed from Hockenheim in Germany, a circuit with massive heritage and a technical layout which challenges every drivers' rhythm and technique. First up as always was the GT5 race.
The GT5 class is shaping up to be an incredibly open contest, and we were treated to an exceptional display by the "beginners" - a label which we'll have to use very loosely from now on. L_Sergio, Quasi-404 and Azmanms took the top three spots in qualifying. Everyone got through turn one very cleanly, and the usual suspects led the way in the same top three order from qualifying, but Gaston began to climb from fifth on the grid, and this veteran ACR driver was suddenly in the hunt for his first ever win. The audience and even Actrollvision himself were on the edge of their seats as he took the lead in style. It could have been a spectacular result, one of the most outstanding in ACR history, but with three laps to go, a mistake from Gaston dropped him back down to fifth, and his search for a win goes on. L_Sergio took first, Quasi-404 second and Azmanms third. Driver of the Day still had to be Gaston though. He took five months off sim-racing last year due to a heart attack, and his performance in this race almost gave a heart attack to the audience.
Read on for the results from the other classes.
This week the ACR "Triple Threat" league hailed from the small country of San Marino, known for its exquisite vineyards, expensive fashion, and the legendary Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari at Imola.
Race 1: GT5
As always the GT5 race kicked things off, and with top favourites, Shushkata and Azmanms not scoring in week one, the pressure was really on. Last week's pace setter and championship leader, L_Sergio took pole. Whilst American, Quasi-404 announced himself in the championship with second in qualifying. Jord-_-2k10 was third with Azmanms in fourth. Shushkata only managed seventh. The lights went green, and L_Sergio had a horrendous start, and dropped backwards to eighth position. Quasi took the lead with Azmanms in second and Gaston in third. Then we saw quite possible the move of the season. On the long start-finish straight at the start of lap two, Jord made a triple overtake to go from fourth to first. He held on all race long until the last lap when he made a mistake on a kerb and gifted the win to Quasi-404. Third was Shushkata. Quasi-404 was the Driver of the Day.
Read on for the GT4 and GTE results from week two.
Season 4 of Actrollvision Community Racing's "Triple Threat" league has arrived in Project CARS 2. The racing started at Red Bull Ring, with the familiar format of 15 minutes qualifying, 30 minutes timed race. The close and clean racing that the series is known for was on display once again. However, this time around there has been a tweak to the class structure to freshen things up. Catch-up with the results below.
Race 1: GT5
As in previous "Triple Threat" seasons, the GT5 class kicked things off. Relegated drivers from the previous GT4 season, Future and Serg1o were looking for positive results to bounce back at the first time of asking. However, Azmanms and Shushkata who joined the competition late in Season 3 had other ideas, as this pair locked out the front row in their Ginettas, followed by Serg1o in third. A fantastic start saw first and second pull clear of the field initially, but seperate mistakes by both dropped them to the back of the pack where they could score no points. Serg1o inherited the lead and apart from a wobble with 10 minutes to go, put in a flawless performance. Degeezer came from 11th on the grid to claim second place (and win Driver of the Day), and knightcrower270 took 3rd. Read on for the reports from the other classes.