Did you miss the Porsche Tag Heuer Esports Supercup action last saturday? Or maybe you want to find out who is leading the championship now. Here is everything you need.
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After four rounds of the Porsche Tag Heuer Esports Supercup, there has finally been a repeat winner! The fourth round of the series took place on 19 March on the Silverstone Circuit in the UK, and as usual there was some intriguing action and some major championship implications. Below are all of the results and standings following the action at Silverstone.
The Main Event
After taking his first win of the season last time out at Interlagos, Englishman of Red Bull Racing Esports has initiated something of a hot streak by becoming the first driver to win multiple races this season. The sprint race was all his after he claimed pole position in the qualifying session, and his championship charge continues. The sprint race was one for the established stars and veterans of the series to enjoy, as right behind Job was , who thus far hasn’t had a season to remember.
Sprint Race Results
After the sprint race was done and dusted, it was time to move on to the biggest event of the day – the esports feature race. This is where the most points are up for grabs, so the drivers were all fighting tooth and nail to gain places. The lead of the race switched hands multiple times, but in the end it was the Spaniard who claimed his maiden win for the season, brining the grand total of victors this year to seven in eight races.
, who had been in close attendance with Sanchez from start to finish, ended up claiming second place, while rounded out the podium spots. Honourable mentions go out to Benecke, who by finishing second and fifth in the two races got his season back on track, as well as to who started from the back of the grid and managed to find his way up to fifteenth position by the chequered flag.
Feature Race Results
On the back of claiming third an fourth place in the sprint and feature races respectively, Diogo Pinto extended his lead at the front of the championship by a significant margin. He leads Zac Campbell, one of the few drivers to outscore him on the day, by 20 points, with a further 30 points between Campbell and the chasing back.
A poor weekend for sees the Frenchman fall down to sixth overall, while both Job and Benecke managed to claim some very solid points indeed to creep up the overall order.
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In the All-Stars series, wins for Jaroslav ‘Jardier’ Honzik and Casey Kirwan both claimed victories at the legendary British circuit. In both races, it was Tyson ‘Quirkitized’ Meier who claimed the second spot on the podium, thus extending his championship advantage over second placed Emily ‘Emree’ Jones.
If you want to relive all the action, the stream is available on the iRacing YouTube Channel:
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