While organisation for the new season of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup by iRacing is in full swing in the background, progress is also being made in the foreground. Because, for the first time, a two-stage qualification process was introduced for the PESC. And stage 1 is already completed.
The first step towards the Supercup. Results of the PESC Qualifying Series. #NeverNotRacing
Familiar faces and PESC rookies.
Over six exciting race days from the end of July until last Saturday, simracers from the iRacing Community were able to prove they have what it takes to be a PESC driver. The top 15 now take the next step into the PESC Contender Series. But before it starts, let's take a look at the qualification results: Gianni Vecchio of Team Redline qualified in first place, just ahead of Cooper Webster from Australia. This will be the second time Gianni Vecchio has taken part in the PESC since 2020. The Australian, on the other hand, is taking part in the Simracing World Championship for the first time. Behind the two front runners Matti Sipilä, Peter Berryman, Oskar Biksrud, Vlas Khimichev and Alessandro Bico PESC rookies, also qualified. Bobby Zalenski in eighth place is also a familiar face at the PESC: he already competed in 2019 and 2020 under the flag of Coanda Simsport and Virtual Racing School respectively. Places nine to fifteen are also filled by PESC rookies, who will now meet last season's drivers in the next round to settle one question: who will compete in 2022 for the title in the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup by iRacing? #NeverNotRacing