29.05.2021: ADAC GT Masters eSports Championship
Prerequisite: Victory in all 16 races
620 hp and a top speed of 326 km/h await the winner
Strong field makes task all the more difficult
ADAC GT Masters eSports Championship
• Prerequisite: Victory in all 16 races
• 620 hp and a top speed of 326 km/h await the winner
• Strong field makes task all the more difficult
The new season of the ADAC GT Masters eSports Championship powered by EnBW mobility+ gets underway with a strong field on 1st June.
Over the course of 16 races, the 28 drivers who have qualified for the championship will not only battle it out for a prize purse of € 100,000 in cash and material prizes, but also a special prize, the like of which has never been seen before in sim racing: a McLaren GT worth roughly € 234,000.
However, to get their hands on this remarkable prize, the drivers will have to be on top form and conquer what is probably the biggest challenge of the season. Only the sim racer who wins all 16 races of the 2021 season will be able to take their place at the wheel of the dream sports car.
The McLaren GT in onyx black is provided by the Dörr Group. 620 hp allows a top speed of 326 km/h and sees the car accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds. These figures alone are reason enough to park tactics and focus fully on the win.
It will not be an easy task. After all, a host of top sim racers have once again qualified for the 2021 ADAC GT Masters eSports Championship 2021 powered by EnBW mobility+. Last season, Moritz Löhner (Dörr Esports), Néstor Garcia (Red Bull Racing Esports) and Jack Keithley (Williams Esports) were battling for the title right down to the final race.
In Christopher Högfeldt (Virtualdrivers by TX3), Kevin Siggy (Team Redline), Erhan Jajovski (R8G Esports) and Tim Jarschel (EURONICS Gaming), more strong drivers will stake their claim to the overall victory this year.
Calendar for the 2021 ADAC GT Masters eSports Championship powered by EnBW mobilty+
8.6.2021 Red Bull Ring
19.10.2021 Hockenheim (two races)
Oliver Runschke- photos McLaren and ADAC