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The team line-up of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup. Part 2/3.

CoRe SimRacing

CoRe SimRacing is probably one of the oldest and most traditional teams in international simracing world. Since 2005, the team's drivers have been conquering the podium places of the virtual race series. Thanks to the great amount of experience and ever more talented new drivers, CoRe SimRacing has been represented by two drivers in the hotly contested driver field of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup. The entire virtual motorsport world eagerly awaits awaiting the performances of Sindre Setsaas and Carl Jansson in the ten races of this season.

Sindre Setsaas

Carl Jansson

RaceKraft Esports

With hardly any experience or contacts in the industry, the two simracing enthusiasts, Brian Lockwood and Mehdi el Fathy, founded RaceKraft Esports at the end of 2017. Against all odds and thanks to their passion for the sport of simracing, the simracers have managed to make an impression at the world's biggest iRacing competitions - which is already paying off: Brian Lockwood has demonstrated in several qualifying rounds that he is to be reckoned with. He deserves to be one of 40 drivers who will participate in the ten races of the 2020 season of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup.

Brian Lockwood

SimuCUBE ineX Racing

As a racer, one never aims for second place. So Simucube ineX Racing approaches simracing with no other goal than to finish first. It was probably no surprise to anyone that simracers were among the drivers of the iRacing platform from the very start. To date, the team has achieved several podium places and race victories in the highest competitions. Another milestone for the team was certainly the great performance of their driver Jack Sedgwick in the first season of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup 2019, which secured Jack a place on the grid for this year's edition of the series.

Jack Sedgwick

Team Redline

Specialists in simracing. Virtuosos at the steering wheel. Experts of the racing scene. Team Redline deserves many superlatives. And quite rightly so. For more than 20 years, simracing legends like Greger Huttu have been competing for titles in virtual competitions. The fact that this team won the first iRacing World Championship leaves no question about the skills of the entire team. Another great strength of the team is the combination of simracing talents with racers who also chase for podiums outside the virtual race tracks. This of course includes the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen. In addition, last year's second-placed Max Benecke will strengthen the team and will lead the title hunt. The 2020 season will be exciting, as Team Redline Fanatec is represented in the grid with nine drivers. Besides Max Benecke, Greger Huttu and Max Verstappen, great talents such as Marcus Jensen, Aleksi Uusi-Jaakola, Alexander Thiebe, Gianni Vecchio, Jonas Wallmeier and Christopher Dambietz will participate. All names against which every competitor is eager to win. Whether they will make it is the big question. We will see the answer to that in the next few weeks at the ten races.