Editor’s Picks – 23-29 May

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All times listed are Australian Eastern Standard Time.

 

Circuit Excel eSeries Round 7 – Saturday 23 May

What: A virtual version of the highly-popular Hyundai Excel one-make series; the online adaptation of this series uses the Audi RS3 TCR cars. Round 7 will feature a one-hour endurance race at Mount Panorama.

Where/when to watch: SimSpeed TV, 8:00pm

 

Porsche TAG Heuer eSports Supercup Round 3 – Saturday 23 May

What: The top level of international online circuit racing, featuring 40 of the world’s best including Aussie racers Josh Rogers, Dayne Warren, Jarrad Filsell and Josh Anderson. Round 3 of the series will be held at Donington.

Where/when to watch: iRacing TV, 11:00pm

 

Speedcafe GT3 eSeries presented by Kinchrome Round 1 – Sunday, 24 May

What: The Sunday afternoon/evening GT3 eSeries is now backed by Australian motorsport news website, Speedcafe.com. The races will include a mixture of some of the best professional real-life drivers from Australia and New Zealand along with some of the best sim racers. Each round of the series consists of either a 90 minute or two-hour endurance race, and the opening round will be held at the Indianapolis Road Course

Where/when to watch: Speedcafe.com, 4:00pm

 

V8SCOPS Round 6 – Sunday, 24 May

What: The sixth round of the pinnacle of Australian sim racing will be a 250km race held at the Watkins Glen circuit.

Where/when to watch: iRacing eSports Network, 6:00pm

 

National Sports Sedan eSeries – Tuesday, 26 May

What: A virtual version of the Australian Sports Sedan Series, featuring some of the biggest names from the real-live series including Tony Ricciardello. Featuring a mixture of high-horsepower machines including GT cars and Supercars.

Where/when to watch: Lukess eSports, 7:30pm

 

BP Supercars All Stars eSeries Round 8 – Wednesday, 27 May

What: Series for all current Virgin Australia Supercars Championship drivers, along with special wildcard entries each night.

Where/when to watch: Qualifying from 6:00pm on FOX Sports/Kayo. Racing from 7:00pm on FOX, Kayo and Supercars social media channels.

 

ARG eSports Cup Round 9 – Thursday, 28 May

What: Series for competitors from categories managed by the Australian Racing Group, including TCR, S5000, Touring Car Masters, Trans-Am Australia and Bathurst 6 Hour.

Where/when to watch: TCR Australia, 8:00pm

 

Aussie Legends eSeries – Friday 29 May

What: A virtual version of the Legend Cars Australia Series, featuring the small, motorcycle-powered race cars on a variety of road courses and ovals.

Where/when to watch: Lukess eSports, 6:30pm

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