After the 24 Minutes of Frankfurt, the audience were treated to racing at the highest level from the PESC drivers. Despite this special event being a non-championship race, the drivers have carried momentum from it going forwards into the final round of the inaugural PESC championship next weekend. The winner of this non-championship event also took home $1,500. In total, $10,000 of price money was distributed among the competitors.
Race stewards were present to keep a careful eye on track limits and any racing incidents that might happen. This ensured that the racing remained fair, with a few drivers serving penalties and some even being forced to start Race Two from the pit-lane.
In the end, it was French driver Jeremy Bouteloup who took the overall win from the Australian driver Jarrad Filsell by 1.2 seconds, both managing to stay out of trouble in order to take home strong results.
German driver Maximilian Benecke was the first of the six drivers actually at the IAA, finishing in seventh place overall. Despite the additional pressure of performing on the main stage, they demonstrated their immense skills and made the intensity of the PESC races visible to the audience.
As the PESC event reached its conclusion, the sim drivers were given a warm round of applause for their display. Throughout the day, the crowd lined up to test the Porsche Racing simulators and the PESC event ended with a fine demonstration of esports and sim racing at the highest level.