With the first three rounds of the Porsche Tag Heuer Esports Supercup in the books, the series is now headed to Silverstone.
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We are now six races into the Porsche Tag Heuer Esports Supercup season, and still there hasn’t been a repeat winner. Both the sprint and features races have returned different victors at each of the venues we’ve seen so far: the Hockenheimring, Barcelona, and Interlagos in Brazil. Who is on form heading into round four? And where will the field be competing this weekend? You can find out all that information and more right here.
How Do the Standings Look?
After three rounds of racing, there isn’t much to choose between the drivers at the top of the overall standings. Currently it’s who leads the way with and both less than ten points behind the Portuguese driver. After finishing fourth in the sprint race and winning the main race last time out, American was the biggest gainer, rising up to fourth in the table.
With seven rounds to go, anybody who currently finds themselves on 100 or more points still has a very realistic shot at the title. However, between , who has 101 points in eighth overall, and ninth placed driver , the gulf is currently standing at 23 points. As such, a clear gap is opening up between the top eight and the rest of the field.
Where can I watch?
To catch the action live, head over to the iRacing YouTube channel at 18:30 CET on Saturday 19 March, where you will find both the esports racers and the All Stars in action. The All Stars event features a qualifying session, a sprint race and a main race just like the main esports series. The difference is in the drivers. All Stars content creators and real-world professionals battle it out to see how can reach the highest level on the sim.
Here is the link for you to follow if you want to see it live, or if you missed it and you’d like to watch the VOD thereafter.
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