2/23/2021

O Canada! Race #6 of the PESC in Montreal.

It's half-time at the PESC. Now would usually be the time we take an in-depth look back at the events of the first five races. But the racing calendar has afforded us no time for breathers or summaries. After another spectacular race from Joshua Rogers, we can only guess what awaits us in the sixth race in Montreal this coming Saturday. At the same time, however, it's astonishing to see how the standings have developed behind him: Mitchell deJong has stabilized his second place in the championship and is keeping Red Bull Racing Esports' Sebastian Job at bay. Charlie Collins however managed to overtake Sebastian Job in the overall standings last weekend. Joshua Rogers may have built up an advantage, but the Australian can't take anything for granted. We're excited to see how the start to the second half of the season will play out on 27 February. As always, you can follow the racing event live on the Porsche YouTube and Twitch channels and on the Porsche Facebook page from 17:30 (UTC). #NeverNotRacing

All-Stars also joining for the second half of the season.

The Grand Prix course in Montreal offers one or two treacherous spots. Will our All-Stars be able to hold their own on this track? Or will they find themselves on the 'Wall of Champions'? Our All-Stars from the community will also be joined by our works driver and special guestLaurens Vanthoor. We can't wait to see how he does.

Schedule for Montreal.

  • All-Star Race #1: 17:45

  • All-Star Race #2: 18:10

  • Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup – sprint race: 19:15

  • Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup – main race: 19:45

All times are in UTC.

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