The Red Bull Racing Esports team are charging ahead into another exciting month of gaming action. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s coming up in September.
PORSCHE TAG HEUER ESPORTS SUPERCUP
Races: 5 September – Nürburgring Nordschleife, 26 September – Le Mans
Drivers: Sebastian Job, Graham Carroll, Patrik Holzmann
Sebastian is sitting top of the drivers’ standings after seven rounds of the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup. The British driver has accumulated 445 points and has taken five race wins and a further five podiums across 14 races so far.
Graham’s season got off to a fantastic start but in the latter rounds he’s been plagued by bad luck. However, he fought back at Spa last weekend, taking two top ten finishes placing him ninth in the drivers’ standings.
Patrik has been caught up in early race collisions, however the German driver was able to avoid any contact at round six in Silverstone, finishing fourth and fifth.
ADAC GT MASTERS
Races: 19 September – Hockenheimring
Drivers: Nestor Garcia and Bence Banki
The ADAC GT Masters Esports Championship is an exceptionally competitive series, with an €80,000 prize pool up for grabs. Nestor and Bence had solid races in the opening two rounds which took place at the Lausitzring and Nürburgring. Nestor took third at the opening round, followed with a fifth place at the Nürburgring, which sees him sitting third in the drivers’ standings. Bence has achieved two top ten finishes and is currently eighth in the drivers’ standings.
SEAT CUPRA SIMRACING SERIES
Races: 19 September – Dubai Autodrome, 26 September – Suzuka
Drivers: Bence Bánki
Bence is third in the Championship standings after claiming a race win at the season opener. Since then, he has finished third twice, at Zandvoort and Monza. At the most recent round in Shanghai, Bence took pole in qualifying but during the race, his pit strategy didn’t work out and he finished seventh.
Races: September TBC
Drivers: Joni Törmälä, Graham Carroll and Aurélièn ‘Laige’ Mallet.
The V10 R-League sees eight teams of three drivers competing against each other in a round robin head-to-head format. Two seasons will run per year and the teams will compete for a prize of £100,000 per season. Teammates Joni, Graham and Laige are tipped to be one of the most competitive teams in the series and are relishing the opportunity to take charge in the Assetto Corsa game.
The V10 R-League and Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup post-race reports will be published on the Red Bull Racing website after each race.
For more information, please visit: https://www.redbull.com/int-en/redbullracing/game-on-for-september
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