Le Mans. Normally, this city becomes the epicentre of endurance motorsport once a year. And the race on its 13,626-kilometre race track will also play a very special role in the PESC 2021: Joshua Rogers is going into the penultimate race of the season with a comfortable lead of over 100 championship points. With a maximum of 85 points per race weekend, the Australian therefore has the opportunity to secure his second title. Who is most likely to stand in his way? His teammate, Mitchell deJong, and the reigning champion, Sebastian Job of Red Bull Racing Esports. The two are currently in second and third place in the overall standings. On 10 April, the world elite of simracing will come together at Circuit de la Sarthe. As always, you can watch the race live on the Porsche YouTube and Twitch channels or on the Porsche Facebook page.
All or nothing at Le Mans. #PESC
All-Stars in the 911 RSR in Sarthe.
The crème de la crème of the global simracing community will also be competing in the penultimate race of the season. Can Emily Jones, better known as Emree, defend her lead in the overall standings or will Jardier and Dan Suzuki challenge her for the title? We can't wait to see how she does.
Schedule for the race at Le Mans.
- 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.