The great thing about Esports is that it’s always going on, as one series season ends, another one starts. Just last month we saw Sebastian Job take the Porsche TAG Heuer Supercup title and Graham Carroll, Joni Törmälä and Aurélien ‘Laige’ Mallet finish third in the first-ever V10R-League. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s coming up in Esports this month.
F1 ESPORTS PRO SERIES
- Races: 4 and 5 November – Round Two – Zandvoort, Montreal and Red Bull Ring
- 18 and 19 November – Round Three – Silverstone, Spa and Monza
- Drivers: Frede Rasmussen, Marcel Kiefer and Tino Naukkarinen
Hoping to defend their 2019 Constructors Championship title, Frede and Marcel started their season with strong performances in the first rounds in Bahrain, Vietnam and China. Marcel scored two podiums and a sixth, and sits second in the standings with 41 points. Frede collected two fifth places and a sixth, currently lying fifth in the championship standings.
The Team is currently second in the 2020 Constructors Championship on 69 points with Round two starting on Wednesday 4 November where the Team will begin two days of racing at Zandvoort, Montreal and the Red Bull Ring. You can watch all the action on Red Bull Racing’s website, YouTube and Twitch.
VCO PROSIM SERIES
- Races: 18 and 25 November
- Drivers: Sebastian Job, Graham Carroll and Patrik Holzmann
The ProSim iRacing series will see 40 real-world drivers teaming up with 40 Esports competitors compete in this eight-round spectacular. The list of professional drivers is yet to be announced, but each race will be 40 minutes long and include a mandatory pit stop and driver change. Another exciting feature is that the circuits are yet to be announced as they are determined by a fan vote.
Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup stars Sebastian, Patrik and Graham will be competing in the Dallara Formula 3 car with a fixed set-up so it’s purely down to the driving talent of the participants that will make the difference.
ADAC GT MASTERS
- Races: 7 November – Oschersleben (Season Finale)
- Drivers: Néstor García and Bence Bánki
After six rounds of the GT Masters, the final round takes place on Saturday 7 November with a €80,000 prize at stake. Néstor García is currently fifth in the championship standings on 67 points, just seven off the top spot. Bence Bánki lies in eighth on 44 points, but still has a chance at the title in the final round. With just 40 minutes of racing left at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben, it’s going to be an exciting finale.
For more information, please visit https://www.redbull.com/int-en/redbullracing/get-your-game-on-this-november
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