The ESL European Championship is now well under way, as we being you the results from Race 2 in the first ever multiclass racing series in Project CARS Esports. Race 1 at Spa Francorchamps was a close affair with familiar faces like DriverR1 eventually pushing to the front in the end.
For Race 2, the championship travelled to Germany and the world-famous Nurburgring GP circuit. Like Spa before it, this track is well-suited to the high downforce and power of the LMP2 cars used by our Pro Class drivers. For the GT3 drivers in Challenger Class, less grunt and less grip for them means that concentration and smooth driving is critical to get the most out of every lap.
Read on to find out whether the early Championship leaders were able to continue their good form in Race 2.
The race is on in the ESL European Championship; the first ever multiclass racing series in Project CARS Esports. It was worth the wait, with Race 1 at Spa Francorchamps throwing up some spectacular overtakes, clean racing and some fascinating tactical battles.
Our 8 Pro class drivers hustled the mighty LMP2 cars around the circuit, whilst the Challenger class followed in some familiar GT3 machinery. Read on to find out who set the early pace in the race for the title, and catch-up with on demand video.
Following in the tyre tracks of the first Qualifying round, this weekend it was time to find out which drivers would take the final 4 places in the Pro Class for the ESL Project CARS European Championship.
With €2500 in prizes up for grabs in this PS4 exclusive tournament, there's an awful lot to play for. Last weekend saw DriverR1, Mangator, Magical_Michael and Matty234 take the first four spots in the Pro Class after the first Qualifier. This weekend we found out which drivers will join them at the front of the pack when the tournament goes green on Saturday February 4.
Read on to see which drivers are joining the elite after another Sunday of intense competition.
Last weekend saw the first qualifying round take place for the all new ESL Project CARS European Championship. This series, exclusive to PS4, will see Europe's fastest sim-racers battle for €2500 in prizes.
The first qualifying event of this multi-class championship saw over 100 drivers battle it out to claim one of four places in the Pro Class of the full tournament, which begins on Saturday February 4.
Read on to see which drivers have taken the first four places in the European Championship Pro Class.
Last weekend it was the Finals of the Ginetta X Project CARS eSports Cup. 45 of the world's top sim-racers raced for a £4500 prize fund, across three gaming platforms and a total of six races.
The action was intense as the drivers battled for one of three £1500 prizes - one each for the winner of separate competitions on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Racing the incredible Ginetta G55 GT3 at Oulton Park and Brands Hatch in the UK, with fixed car setups, made for a very close & entertaining contest.
There were two 15 lap races on each platform, with drivers earning points based on their finishing position. The winner on each platform would be the driver with most points after two races: one at Oulton and one at Brands.
Amongst the competitors, we saw familiar names from the Project CARS Logitech G and NVIDIA Championships, as well as some less well-known faces, attracted to the competition from throughout the sim-racing world. Keep reading below where you will find reports from all of the races, as well as on-demand videos of all the action.
The three winning drivers will be contacted by Ginetta in the coming days to arrange the transfer of their prize money. If you registered for the tournament, you should also keep an eye out for Ginetta's prize draw to decide who will win one of three GoPro cameras. Follow Ginetta on Twitter and keep an eye out for the draw.
Read on for the results of the finals.