Those who can't get enough of Le Mans can consider themselves lucky: the real 24-hour race on the Sarthe was only a week ago, the brake pads have barely cooled down, and now it's time to head back to the race track in the west of France. This time it’s virtual, but no less exciting. The Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup is now entering the decisive phase. Because the race on 26 September is all that stands between us and the 2020 season finale in Monza. Who will write history on the virtual Circuit de la Sarthe? We look forward to an eventful race.
One after the other – from the Nürburgring back to the Sarthe.
A crucial test of strength.
Even though we can almost foresee the overall Supercup winner, it's all to play for, especially for second and third place. Top of the table Sebastian Job from Team Red Bull Racing Esports can be quite sure of his title with an 84-point lead. Nevertheless, the places to his left and right on the podium have still not been claimed. Hot contenders: Australian Joshua Rogers of VRS Coanda Simsport and Spanish MSI eSports driver Alejandro Sánchez. Le Mans gives them another chance to fight for those key points before the season finale. So we can expect a real motorsport thriller.
It comes down to 13.626km.
The Circuit de la Sarthe in Le Mans: a varied course that guarantees racing action par excellence. This is ensured by a total of 13.626 kilometres, peppered with tricky chicanes and a straight that invites duels at maximum speed. So we can also look forward to fierce battles in the penultimate race of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup.
The best seat in the house. With our live stream.
After starting difficulties, the date for the repeat race of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup in Le Mans has been set: the starting signal is Saturday 26 September. And as always, we welcome all motorsport lovers, SimRacing fans and Porsche enthusiasts to our YouTube and Twitch live stream. #jointherace #simracing