It features reknown drivers as well as a Wildcard that is given to the fastest racer in an online hotlap challenge. The field isn't set in stone but may vary. Meaning different real-life drivers can enter as wildcards in certain rounds.
A race weekend features a quali session and usually three races. The first 20-minute qualifying determines the places 11 - 30, with a shootout quali at the end completing the grid with the first five rows.
The first race is eight laps long and held in regular order as the drivers have qualified. The second race also lasts for eight laps in reversed grid (meaning the last from previous qualifying starts first in this race). The accumulated points determine the grid position for the final race which is 14 laps long. This first two races have one mandatory pit stop for tire change, while the final one has two necessary pits.
A typical weekend may look like this: