The iRX heads into round 7 while the finale of the BMW SIM Cup is right around the corner.
Photo credit: BMW Motorsport
The coming week has plenty to offer for the sim racing community! A total of four different events await fans – most of them coming to us next weekend, with one kicking it off on November 8.
Final round of the BMW SIM Cup ahead
After round 5 in September, the BMW SIM 120 Cup 2020 is finally heading into its next and final races on November 8. The final race will take place at Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Brazil. The champion of the series will be decided after a 10-minute qualifying round and the following two-hour-endurance race.
The inaugural season in the BMW SIM 120 Cup was already nerve-racking. And now it’s off to Interlagos for the grand finale (drum rolls 🥁).— BMW Esports (@BMWEsports) November 4, 2020
Joins us for gripping BMW M8 GTE action live on our stream (Sunday, from 15:30 CET)#BMWSIM @iRacing https://t.co/lSIQ6aTa1Z
The previous race in Atlanta was won by KOVA esports’ Tuomas Tähtelä. Although Team Redline driver Max Verstappen made it to third and then second place throughout the race, he wasn’t able to finish on the podium: a technical issue on one of his wheels briefly threw him onto the grass and cost him ten positions. The race therefore went to KOVA esports’ Tuomas Tähtelä and Valtteri Alander.
Join BMW’s stream of the finale at 3:30 PM CET (9:30 AM ET).
iRX moves to Lucas Oil Raceway
New week, new round of the 2020 iRacing Rallycross World Championship! After last Saturday’s sixth round of the tournament, the seventh is already around the corner, set for November 14. This time, racers move to Lucas Oil Raceway.
As of round five, Jon Robertson is in first place in the overall standings, as are Team Yokohama in the team ranking. Yohann Harth comes in second while Mitchell deJong occupies third place, also catching third place for his team Subaru Motorsports USA.
Ready for round 5 and the second time around at Hell RX!🔥— Mitchell deJong (@MitchelldeJong1) October 31, 2020
We’ll have some very different track conditions to deal with this event, but we’re prepped and ready to go.
It’s time to get the elbows out and see if we can finish on top for @subarums_usa this time around.🏆 pic.twitter.com/36fJU74Xk3
Last year’s champion Mitchell deJong still has three rounds left to go to win back pole position and secure his title once more. However, he faces some strong competition. The race for first place on November 14 will be streamed on iRacing’s official YouTube channel at 1 PM ET (7 PM CEST).
Repco Supercars Pro Eseries wraps up first half
The Repco Supercars Pro Eseries closes its first half with round 3 on November 10. After Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya in the previous races, drivers will now compete at Mount Panorama in two enduro races.
Round 3 formats locked in 🔒— Supercars (@supercars) November 5, 2020
➡️ https://t.co/6tu1bBQKIr #VASC #Eseries
With three wins, Joshua K Rogers is the most successful driver of the season so far. The other three wins of the six races were secured by Dayne Warren, Madison Down and Sam Blacklock. Watch the next two gripping races on Supercars’ YouTube channel at 7 AM CEST (1 AM ET).
Swiss Simracing Series in last quali round
The Swiss Simracing Series 2020 will enter its last qualification round before the big finale on December 6 in Zurich. Round #2 of the live qualification phase will be held on Magione from November 13 to 15.
The tournament started back in June with its first of three phases, the online qualifications. Two live qualification rounds made up the second phase of the event, while the grand finale will be held offline in the Porsche Centre in Zurich. So far, the top drivers in the three categories are Fredy Eugster for Male, Barbara Baeriswyl for Female and Goe Stettler for over 40.
The qualification round of the tournament will be uploaded on the YouTube channel RacingFuel Academy.
Which of these events are you looking forward to the most? Tell us on Twitter at @OverTake_gg or in the comments down below!