Season 2 of the Racing Edge SimRacing Series saw a thrilling climax to the regular season!
Spa-Francorchamps played a fitting host to a fantastic final race as our competitors battled it out around the famous Belgian circuit in Round 8.
The top 10 from both the Porsche RSR GTE and 718 GT4 classes now qualify for the season-ending championship race at Bathurst, with $1500 in prize money up for grabs!
After eight rounds of high-quality racing and drama at Daytona, Sebring, Watkins Glen, Road Atlanta, Le Mans, Silverstone, Catalunya and Spa, who made it through to the season finale? Who suffered heartbreak at the last hurdle?
You’ll have to watch the video to find out!
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Racing Edge SimRacing Series
- Eight races across two categories + final Championship race
- Porsche RSR GTE and Porsche 718 GT4 classes – fixed set-ups
- Podium places earn cash prizes
- Top 10 in each race earn championship points
- Top 10 drivers after eight races qualify for Championship race
- Championship race prize fund of $1,500
Following the success of our inaugural SimRacing Series, Racing Edge presents Season 2: bigger, better, faster!
This time we welcome back the likes of former GT3 Cup champion Daniel Morad and seasoned sim racers Alex Simonic and Andrew Waring.
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The new SimRacing series comprises of an initial eight sprint races across two categories (Porsche RSR GTE and Porsche 718 GT4) for cash prizes and championship points. The 10 best drivers from each category then qualify for a ninth race, the Championship Race, where $1500 will be up for grabs!
In each race, the top three podium places in each category will win cash prizes.
The top 10 finishers in each category will earn championship points. Each race lasts 40 minutes, with a short qualifying session beforehand.
Hosted once again by 2017 Rolex Daytona 24 Hours winner Morad, the SimRacing series takes place on the iRacing platform in conjunction with broadcasters GlobalSimRacingChannel.
The races take place every Tuesday at 7pm EST (4pm PST). Races are broadcast live on the Racing Edge YouTube channel. Each event consists of practice, qualifying and race sessions as well as post-race interviews. Make sure you tune in!
The first seven races have seen a huge volume of registrants. Going forward, make sure you get in early to avoid disappointment.
Sim Racing Series rounds up at Spa!
Round 8 of the Racing Edge SimRacing Series Season 2 did not fail to live up to expectations!
Another HUGE first-corner incident shaped the whole race and final championship standings heading into next week's shootout.
Watch the entire stream from Spa (including practice, qualifying and race sessions) in the YouTube video above.
You can watch the Spa track guide with race host Morad here:
In the RSR GTE category, Phil Denes, Dakota Fripp and championship leader Alex Simonic were once again in the thick of things.
Could Ilkka Haapala, Daniel Morad, Nick Rowland, Kaden Bihn or Tae Kim spoil the party? Who would make it into next week's $1500 race?
Watch the video to find out.
In the GT4 category, Sam Fellows and Ted Bradbury needed to put pressure on the absent Andrew Waring. But Michael Moorley and Thomas Cope chased hard until the very end.
Who made it into the top 10? Watch the video for full race stream, results and post-race interviews!
Watch the Championship Race live
Don't miss out on what will be a fantastic end to the Racing Edge SimRacing Series Season 2. With $1500 of prize money on the line, expect fireworks!
The final championship race takes place on August 3rd, 2020 at 7pm ET (4pm PST). You can watch live on our YouTube page.
For more information on Season 2 of the Racing Edge SimRacing Series, visit our SimRacing page.