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The Green Hell opens its gates – the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup at Nürburgring.

The Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup is rapidly approaching its finale. After last week's smouldering action through the Eau Rouge at Spa-Francorchamps, the legendary Nürburgring – or “Green Hell” – is next. A circuit that needs no further introduction. Its straights invite competitors to high-speed duels. While in its bends, we can expect decisive manoeuvres. Which simracer will be the fastest to weave their way through its devilish sections? Even before the starting flag, one thing is already clear: with a demanding circuit like Nürburgring and the highly talented driver line-up, we are poised for a genuine motorsport spectacle.

The tension rises.

Anyone following the events of recent weeks will have quickly noticed that the simracers are improving their performance from race to race. And neither the skill of the individual drivers nor the general thrill level appear to be diminishing. We are at the mid-point of the second half of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup and, therefore, at an important crossroads. The Brit Sebastian Job from Red Bull Racing Esports remains a key player in the tussle for the top of the table. He has so far managed to defend his lead against talented simracers such as VRS Coanda Simsport driver, Joshua Rogers, and the Spaniard Alejandro Sánchez from MSI eSports. It remains to be seen who will prevail in the next race at Nürburgring. Suspense is mounting.

Previous racing action.

Silverstone, Road Atlanta, Brands Hatch, Spa-Francorchamps – and now the Nürburgring Nordschleife. We have witnessed some superb racing on our epic journey to the season finale in Monza. Gripping duels have been fought on the track. Important points awarded - and secured. Who will ultimately emerge victorious from the Green Hell remains to be seen, increasing our anticipation of the surprises and driving highlights at Nürburgring.

The engines are warming up.

A new date has been set for the second warm-up: on Saturday 5 September, the engines will start again at Nürburgring in the Eifel mountains. The next race of the 2020 season promises to be a genuine motorsport highlight. And as always, we will experience it live. On the Porsche YouTube and Twitch channels. Of course, all motorsport enthusiasts, simracing fans and Porsche enthusiasts are welcome to join our live stream. #jointherace #simracing