Formula SimRacing - Organized by the International SimRacing Club
2019 Season
Round 1 | March 24th Australia
Round 2 | April 7th China
Round 3 | May 5th Azerbaijan
Round 4 | May 19th Canada
Round 5 | June 2nd France
Round 6 | June 16th Great Britain
Round 7 | July 7th Germany
Round 8 | July 21st Hungary
Round 9 | August 25th Belgium
Round 10 | September 15th Italy
Round 11 | October 6th Singapore
Round 12 | October 20th Japan
Round 13 | November 10th USA
Round 14 | November 24th Brazil

The 2018 PRO Championship

Ivan Leonov has all but wrapped up the Drivers' Championship, he needs a 13th or better to clinch the title if his nearest rival, Tiziano Brioni, wins the race.  Further down the order, plenty of position are up for grabs, mainly for pride and bragging rights.

In the Constructors' Championship, two Flag-to-Flag teams lead the standings with NetRex Grand Prix very close behind.

Musto Racing is in 4th place, but with just one car racing, it looks like GhostSpeed Racing may steal the position away if both their drivers finish well.

 

The 2018 ACE Championship

Giordano Valeriano has had the Drivers' Championship wrapped up for several rounds, he dominated the early season giving him the unreachable lead that he has over the remaining field.

The big story in ACE is the Constructors' Championship.  Avid Chronic Racing leads NetRex Grand Prix by 30 points.  Depending on the finishing position of their respective drivers, could make it a very close championship finale.

 

The 2018 World Championship

Michele D'Alessandro won the World Championship at Suzuka, but 2nd, 3rd, and 4th are all up for grabs.  Jernej Simoncic currently occupies 2nd and is leading former champion Muhammed Patel by 5.5 points.  Another former champion, Petar Brljak follows closely in 4th just 2 points shy of Patel.  To make the race even more dramatic all 3 drivers are in the running for the Constructors' Title, Musto Racing leads Avid Chronic Racing by 38.5 points.  Rumor has it that Michi Hoyer will race in the 2nd ACR car but he will have a 10 grid penalty to serve.  Barring some severe mistakes by the Musto drivers, it looks like they may have the championship locked in.

Several more teams are fighting for position and points down the order, and in the World Championship its not just pride on the line but also a share of the prize bucket.  Twister Racing (58), Flag-to-Flag SimRacing (56) and Edge Esports (53.5) are all in the fight for 5th position.  Pescara SHS (38) and Flag-to-Flag Engineering (24) can get there with some excellent showing, and quite a bit of luck.  Invictus Motorsport (4), Thrustmaster Racing (2), and GhostSpeed Racing (1) are all looking to improve their points haulf or the season.  Finally, Torrent Motorsports and Breslin Grand Prix, late comers to the Championship, are looking to get their first points of the year.

 

It is sure to be an exciting weekend getting to wrap up the Championship stories we have watched unfold during the season.  

Watch Live this Sunday on our YouTube channel, the action starts with PRO, leads through ACE and ending with the World Championship!

 

 

 

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