Massive International Weekend for Aussie Sim Racers

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This weekend will see an assortment of Australia’s most talented sim racers competing on the world stage.

The 2020 iRacing Le Mans 24 Hour has attracted more than 1,000 cars and will be divided up into multiple splits, based on the iRating of the driver who enters the car.

A large number of Australian drivers and teams will take part in the event, with the Logitech G Altus eSports outfit entering a two-car, eight-driver attack on the event in a pair of Porsche RSR machines. The #43 entry will be steered by young guns Cooper Webster and Jackson Souslin Harlow, along with international pilots Yannick Lapchin and Alexander Lauritzen while team owner Simon Feigl will be joined by Zach Hanlin, James Scott and Sam Blacklock in the #83 machine.

With the strength of this driver line-up, it’s likely one or both of these cars will feature in the coveted top split, which will be commentated by the voice of international endurance racing, John Hindhaugh and the Radio Show Limited team.

Watch hours 1-6 here from 11:20pm:

Watch hours 7-12 here:

Watch hours 13-18 here:

Watch hours 19-24 here:

Meanwhile, tonight also marks Round 4 of the Porsche TAG Heuer eSports Supercup, which is currently led by Aussie Josh Rogers. Appropriately, tonight’s Supercup round will also be held at the Le Mans circuit.

Tune into the eSports Supercup round from 10:45pm here:

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