One of the biggest brands in global motorsport, Porsche, have committed to a second season of their virtual one-make series, the Porsche Esports Supercup.
The championship’s debut season was full of action during the 20 races at 10 different venues, with the champion, Joshua Rogers being crowned in the final race after a strong fight from Maximilian Benecke. The Circuit de la Sarthe and Nürburgring Nordschleife are two big additions to the calendar, on the 13th June and 4th July respectively.
A two day pre-season test, at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya will be held just over a month before the season opener at Zandvoort on the 2nd of May, before heading back to Catalunya just a week later for round two. The season will draw to a close, once again at Monza, on the 19th of September.
Porsche also took the opportunity to announce the Porsche Esport Sprint Challenge, which will utilise Porsche’s new Cayman GT4 model. This series will be available to all iRacing members that don’t participate in the Supercup.
|Test (preseason)||27 – 28 March 2020||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya|
|Round 1||2 May 2020||Circuit Park Zandvoort|
|Round 2||9 May 2020||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya|
|Round 3||23 May 2020||Donington Park Circuit|
|Round 4||13 June 2020||Circuit de la Sarthe|
|Round 5||4 July 2020||Nürburgring Nordschleife|
|Round 6||18 July 2020||Silverstone Circuit|
|Round 7||1 August 2020||Road Atlanta|
|Round 8||15 August 2020||Brands Hatch Circuit|
|Round 9||29 August 2020||Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps|
|Round 10||19 September 2020||Autodromo Nazionale Monza|