Welcome to the simracing elite – welcome to PESC 2021. One thing is already clear: the new season is brimming with highlights and exciting rivalries. From 9 January onwards, when the participants compete across 10 racing weekends on legendary circuits such as Le Mans and the Nürburgring-Nordschleife, one thing is certain: in the battle for the $200,000 prize money, the world's best simracers will not give up an inch of tarmac. Above all, there is the reigning world champion Sebastian Job from Red Bull Racing Esports. Job will do everything possible to defend his title.
All about the PESC.
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While preparations for the new season are in full swing, this is where you will find the most exciting news and insights about the drivers, the race tracks and the PESC. And for those who already want to make a note of the 10 races in the calendar, here is the racing calendar.
Motorsport needs new heroes.
The PESC is the ideal competition to attract the attention of fans and talent scouts. Because the battle for the title offers the perfect stage for the 40 best simracers in the world. Time to get to know them all: motorsports.porsche.com/driverlineuppesc2021
All going to plan: a typical PESC race day.
Of course, a racing weekend in motorsport is tightly scheduled. It's the same for simracing. One thing is especially important in the PESC: the preparation in the days and weeks prior to the race day. The reigning champion Sebastian Job told us how he prepares and what his typical race day looks like: motorsports.porsche.com/atypicalpescraceday
10 facts about the 10 race tracks we'll see in the PESC.
A round in Le Mans in the morning and a training session in Montreal in the evening? What sounds like a racing driver's dream is everyday life for our professional simracers. They change from one legendary race track to the next without any jet lag. Join the journey – here we have compiled 10 facts about the 10 race tracks we'll see in the upcoming PESC season: motorsports.porsche.com/tracksofthepesc2021
What does #NeverNotRacing mean?
The PESC is about one thing above all else: pure action. Non-stop. Any time - day or night. We call it #NeverNotRacing. And the simracers live by this motto. They train hard and think 24/7 about the next competition. This is the only way to see off thousands of competitors and earn one of the 40 starting places in the PESC. Click here to discover exactly what happened in the qualifying for the PESC 2021.
The 2021 season is now open.
The wait will be over on 9 January when the 2021 season starts. In true style, of course, with a real highlight on the Autódromo José Carlos Pace - better known as Interlagos. And just one weekend later, the tour continues. Next stop: Barcelona, race #2 in the PESC. Take a look at what else is on the agenda: