ADAC has started it's own esport series three years ago. Eversince then some of the most talented sim racers battle each other for the chance to earn €100,000. Last year the German born sim racer Moritz Löhner took home the trophy.
The ADAC GT Masters eSports Championship powered by EnBW mobility+ headstarts into the third season with a new format. From now on, the race weekend will be contested across two different races. Qualifying will determine the order for the sprint race. The results of the short sprint race will then create the starting grid for the main race. The top-10 places will be inverted for the start of the main race, which means that the tenth place from the sprint race starts first, the ninth from second, and so on. The whole weekend will look as follows:
- 10-minute Qualifying
- 20-minute Sprint race,
- 40-minute Main race
With the start of the real-life ADAC GT Masters, the esports side goes live as well. In a parallel schedule, the two series will run all the way until October.
- Round 1: Oschersleben, 1st June, 5 PM CEST
- Round 2: Red Bull Ring, Red Bull Ring, 8 June, 5 PM CEST
- Round 3: Zandvoort, 7 July, 5 PM CEST
- Round 4: Nürburgring, 3 August, 5 PM CEST
- Round 5: Lausitzring, 31 August, 5 PM CEST
- Round 6: Sachsenring, 28 September, 5 PM CEST
- Grand Final: Hockenheimring, 19 October, 5 PM CEST
Live streams & VoDs
All live streams and recaps will be available on the ADAC YouTube channel.