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2024 EVENTS

COMING UP IN 2024

In 2024 we have already delivered some of our biggest events and championships and still have plenty more to come. Working with well known brands and clubs we were able to offer events for drivers at all skill levels. Some of the highlights are:

  • 2024 British GT Esports Cup
  • 2024 Asetek SimSports GT Challenge
  • Silverstone 300
  • 2024 British F4 Esports Championship
  • 2024 UK FF1600 Esports Cup

Stay tuned and keep an eye on this page for all the esports events coming in 2024.

All Motorsport UK Esports event videos and broadcasts can now be found on Motorsport UK TV - click the button below to view all our events so far.

2024 ASETEK SIMSPORTS GT CHALLENGE

2024 sees the return of the popular iRacing championship the GT Challenge. This year in partnership with Asetek SimSports

For 2024 the number of rounds has increased from three to four, but this multi-class GT Championship still utilises GT3 and GT4 machinery on iRacing. The championship is FREE to enter for all Paid Motorsport UK Esports members. Each Round consists of an hour and a half race at four of the UK's most iconic circuits.

There are some fantastic prizes up for grabs:

The winning drivers from both classes will get a free one hour session in Base Performances GT Simulator

Asetek SimSport have also provided the following:

Prize 1

  • These will be awarded to a driver selected at random out of all of the drivers who complete more than 50% race distance in all four races in the championship.

Prize 2

  • The wheelbase will be awarded to the driver who scores the most points in the championship (regardless of class) PRO & AM in GT3 and GT4 are treated as separate championships.
  • If two or more drivers score the same points, then the winner will be decided on count back of number of wins, 2nd places etc. If a winner can still not be determined, the winner will be selected at random out of those drivers.

 

For all the championship information, to register and full rules, please head to the SimGrid event page

BRITISH GT ESPORTS CUP

A new officially sanctioned sim racing series, the British GT Esports Cup, signals the Intelligent Money British GT Championship’s return to virtual motorsport in 2024.

A partnership between the series’ real-world organiser, SRO Motorsports Group, and Britain’s governing body, Motorsport UK, plus Simracing.GP will allow gamers of all abilities to compete for a nationally recognised esports title on Assetto Corsa Competizione (ACC) this February and March.

This first of it's kind series is designed for drivers of all levels to compete side by side on iconic British tracks in incredible GT3 machinery on Assetto Corsa Competizione.

From 3rd February to 16th March, 6 rounds will take place for teams of two drivers - one a PRO and one an AM, with the driver levels being determined using Simracing.GP's proprietary ranking system.

A mixture of race formats will see both drivers get an equal amount of time behind the wheel, both in qualifying and the races.

To find out more information and to sign up for the championship please click the 'MORE INFO' button below.

PORSCHE ESPORTS SPRINT CHALLENGE GB

Motorsport UK Esports and Porsche Cars GB joined forces in 2023 to bring the first ever community focused Porsche Esports championship.

The Porsche Esports Sprint Challenge GB was a multi class four-round championship on iRacing at UK circuits, with two classes PRO & AM depending on your rating.

All of the details can be found on the dedicated Championship page here

BRITISH F4 ESPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP

The British F4 Esports Championship returned in 2023 after the successful inaugural 2022 season.

The 2023 season began in September and ran through to the end of November. There was some returning teams and drivers with Williams and Stormforce Racing ART amongst others. The championship also welcomed so new teams including GUILD Esports and Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Esports Team. You can see a full list of team and driver entry’s below

For 2023, the championship was extended to include eight rounds – two more than 2022. The prize pool was increased, and the cars – formerly not identified as an F4 car – are now licenced by the FIA. As such, iRacing Formula iR-04 has been rebranded as FIA F4 in 2023, following a new partnership between iRacing and the FIA announced last month.

For 2023 updates and links to the broadcasts please visit the official British F4 Esports Website here.

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