4/20/2020

Unadulterated motorsports on Super Sim Racing Saturday.

Be innovative. A mantra that’s well-suited for Porsche, the entirety of Porsche Motorsport as well as the Formula E. And that’s exactly what the fans can experience on Saturday. That’s when it’s time for Super Sim Racing Saturday.

Next Saturday is a day that radiates motorsport: Not only is the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup Virtual Edition due with two races – but the ABB Formula E Race at Home Challenge is bound to start on April 25. Even if the current season of the Formula E is on hold, fans and drivers of the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team don’t need to wait much longer for races to take place. Furthermore, the ABB Formula E Race at Home Challenge – founded together with race series partner UNICEF – is for a good cause: It raises funds for UNICEF.

Throughout the 9-week-long eSports competition, all Formula E teams along with a draft of the best sim racers will participate in separate races. Fans of electrified motorsports can watch 2 races each weekend. April 25 is also when things get serious for both Porsche drivers, Neel Jani and André Lotterer – that’s when teams and drivers compete as usual. Even in sim racing, all drivers start with the same conditions: the same software and the same gaming equipment. Fans can watch the race in the livestream. The ABB Formula E Race at Home Challenge will be available globally on the official Formula E Social Media channels, along with the Facebook Gaming Site and Twitch channel.

But there’s more yet to Super Sim Racing Saturday: The Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup in its Virtual Edition is a sensation since the last few races, thrilling not only the participants, but the fans as well. They especially can get in on the motorsport action thanks to the livestream – not from the stands, but from their homes. Also, the drivers are off to the virtual Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium on Saturday, April 25: That’s where the races 5 and 6 are due to take place and re-open the battle for points and victories.

Both races promise absolute excitement – and prove in their own way: Virtual motorsport is gaining momentum. Particularly on Super Sim Racing Saturday.

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