A Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2 on Assetto Corsa Competizione in a The Real Race livery.

Lamborghini The Real Race Returns for Season 3

Assetto Corsa Competizione

The third edition of Lamborghini’s The Real Race esports series on Assetto Corsa Competizione is starting soon. One fortunate driver will earn a place on the official Lamborghini esports team.

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After two seasons of racing across three regions, Lamborghini The Real Race returns for a third season. Once again, it promises hopeful racers a chance of becoming a part of Lamborghini’s official esports outfit. The winner will follow in the footsteps of 2021 EMEA champion Jordan Sherratt, who earned a place in the manufacturer’s first official esports racing team.

In the new season, players will compete in the new Huracán Super Trofeo EVO2. They will also tackle a new competition format with four stages.

From May until June there will be four events in which competitors can compete in open qualification sessions. The top drivers will then go on to compete in a 15 minute sprint race and 45 minute feature race. The top six in points after each individual event will progress to the Group Stage races in their region.

In July and September, the top 24 drivers from each region will compete in two sets of races, from which the top 15 will earn entry into the Finals. Then there will be last chance qualifier in late September, which will allow one more driver per region to join the other qualified competitors in the Finals.

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The Finals themselves will consist of three races – one for each region – on the weekend of 15-16 October. The victors from each region will earn the chance to participate in an evaluation at Lamborghini’s headquarters, just like in 2021. One of them will then receive an offer of a full time Lamborghini esports contract.

How to follow

All rounds from the group stages onwards will be streamed to Lamborghini Squadra Corse’s YouTube channel. The schedule for all broadcasted races are as follows.

Group Stage EMEA Rd 1: Kyalami, Spa-Francorchamps – 9-10 July
Group Stage APAC Rd 1: Suzuka, Mount Panorama – 16-17 July
Group Stage NALA Rd 1: Laguna Seca, Brands Hatch – 23-24 July
Group Stage EMEA Rd 2: Hungaroring, Misano – 3-4 September
Group Stage APAC Rd 2: N├╝rburgring, Zolder – 10-11 September
Group Stage NALA Rd 2: Zandvoort, Silverstone – 17-18 September
Finals APAC: Suzuka – 15-16 October
Finals EMEA: Spa-Francorchamps – 15-16 October
Finals NALA: Laguna Seca – 15-16 October

But if watching the races is not enough, what’s stopping anybody from getting involved themselves? Search for details on the official Lamborghini The Real Race website on how to potentially be in with a shout of earning a factory Lamborghini esports contract.

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