The famous Spa-Francorchamps roller coaster is very likely to be in the top 5 favourite circuits of every motorsport fan. Which, of course, is why we're all the more excited about once again taking to the virtual starting grid in Belgium in the 2021 season. But before we enter the crucial phase of the season, let's take a quick look at the standings: Joshua Rogers is in first place with 409 points. Followed by his team-mate, Mitchell deJong, who is hot on his heels with 322 points. A resurgent Kevin Ellis Jr has been steadily working his way up the table. With 281 points, he now leads his fellow countryman and reigning champion, Sebastian Job of Red Bull Racing Esports, who has 257 points. With a maximum of 85 points per race day, Sebastian Job cannot overtake his closest rival, Joshua Rogers, but can significantly close the gap with a double victory like last year's. We're excited to see how the battle between the world's best simracers will unfold.
Ups and downs on the Spa-Francorchamps roller coaster. Race #7 in the PESC.
The All-Stars are ready for Spa-Francorchamps.
After the 911 GT3 Cup and most recently the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport, it's now time for the 911 RSR for the All-Stars. Who will dare to take the Eau Rouge at full throttle? The two All-Star newcomers Dave Cam and Hydro will also be on the starting grid. Our Porsche works driver Matt Campbell showed us in the video how this circuit should be tackled and why it is one of his – and every motorsport fan's – top 5 favorite tracks.
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 in UTC.