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PESC Race #6: Montréal is calling for some racing.

The second half of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup 2022 is here. Next Saturday, we will see if Sebastian Job can repeat last year's sprint race victory at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve.

Currently, Diogo C. Pinto holds a 28-point lead over the Briton. But the Canadian motorsport circuit is notorious for forcing top drivers into an early demise especially in the final chicane, the Wall of Champions. World champions like Damon Hill, Michael Schuhmacher, and Jacques Villeneuve have already failed here in the past.

We are looking forward to seeing how our 35 competitors will handle the temporary track on the former Circuit Île-Notre-Dame. Who will not only step onto the podium at the end of the evening but get a big step closer to the total price of $200,000?

Whether the race track in Montréal will also demand everything from the drivers in the virtual version, we will see beforehand in the All-Star Race, where well-known content creators will kick-off the race evening on the official Porsche Twitch channel or YouTube from 17:30 UTC.