Wan to participate at a sim racing tournament? This RaceRoom Racing Experience with Porsche is open to all with prizes from Fanatec.
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Porsche Community Legends is a community cup with three weekly qualifier rounds, starting on April 19. The cup celebrates its Grand Finals on May 19. Each week, there are open qualifying sessions over the course of several days. Drivers earn points depending on their lap times. The top 20 of each of the three weekly leaderboards qualifiy for the weekly final.
The top five of each race will advance to the Grand Finals. They will be joined by Porsche works drivers and prominent personalities from the esports racing scene. Which is the stronger RaceRoom Racing Experience group – the community or the Porsche works drivers?
You can find additional information and where to sign up here.
Dates for the weekly qualiyfing rounds
- Hockenheimring: Leaderboards open from 19 April 12:00 CEST – 24 April 12:00 CEST
- Hockenheimring: First Weekly Final 28 April 19:00 CEST
- Silverstone: Leaderboards open from 26 April 12:00 CEST – 1 May 12:00 CEST
- Silverstone: Secon Weekly Final: 5 May 19:00 CEST
- Daytona: Leaderboards open from 3 April 12:00 CEST – 8 May 12:00 CEST
- Daytona: 12 May 19 CEST
- Grand Finals: 19 May 19:00 CEST
Win prizes ingame and for your racing setup
All participants have the chance to win Fanatec racing gear, or receive items in the game. If you place in the top 500 of the weekly leaderboard, you’ll unlock the Porsche car competed with for free. The higher you place, the better your rewards will get: Drivers who make it to the weekly finals and place at the podium will be awarded a Porsche wheel 911 GT3R, Wheelbase DD1 or DD2. The first place finisher wins additional V3 pedals.
Weekly Final in Hockenheim
The first qualifiers led to the weekly final in Hockenheim on Tuesday. Participants were racing with the Porsche 911 GT3 R.
Croatian driver Bence Bánki secured the victory with a finish time of 36:38.047 after all 23 laps. He was closely followed by Italian racer Martin Barna who put 3 seconds more on the clock. The two German participants Marc Gassner and Julian Kunze claimed their spot at the Grand Finals as well, together with Swedish Jesper Eriksson who made it to fifth place.
Next week’s final will be played at Silverstone Circuit. Make sure to take a shot at the event and head over to RaceRoom to sign up.
Check out the latest community racing action on Porsche’s official YouTube channel to see the latest weekly final.
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