Anticipation is enormous for all Esports racing fans: the finals of the ESL R1 and the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup are imminent. On Saturday, 3rd June, the Porsche Coanda Esports Racing Team will compete on the first of two final days at the ESL R1 Spring Major in Munich. On Sunday, we'll see the coronation of this series' first champion. The Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup champion will officially be crowned on Saturday evening. Round 10 will see the drivers heading to Monza for this season's last race. With its two final races, two different simulations and two champions, this weekend will offer maximum sim racing action for all.
The ESL R1 Spring Major.
The young sim platform Rennsport took massive development steps since its first outing at the ESL R1 LAN event in Katowice. Throughout the season, we saw the addition of new race tracks, thrilling racing on from all teams and pure action throughout the online rounds. The inaugural season went very good for the Porsche Coanda Esports Racing Team, claiming third place in the team championship after round 8. Also, the team will compete with 3 drivers at the ESL R1 Spring Major in Munich. Joshua Rogers, Mitchell deJong, and Mack Bakkum qualified for the finals weekend. Dayne Warren missed out on the finals by a tiny margin, he finished on P25, but only the top 24 drivers got a ticket to Munich. The drivers will face a new thrilling format there on Saturday, 3rd June and Sunday, 4th June, to race for the first ESL R1 championship title. With P3 in the driver's standings after the last online round, Joshua Rogers is in a perfect position to make it to Sunday and go for the big win.
The finale of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup.
It's again the 'Temple of Speed' with the ultimate showdown in the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup. The question of who will be crowned PESC champion might already be answered, but the spots next to Jordan Caruso from Altus Esports still need to be decided. Who will join him on the podium? Also, the final round will answer who can keep his spot for next season in the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup. The lower 15 positions will have to race for their series' participation in the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Contender Series later this year. There are a lot of open questions, but as always, round 10 in Monza will surely give us all the answers.