A test day in a real CAMS PAYCE Australian Formula 4 Championship car awaits the winner of the historic Motum Simulation VSR Showdown.
Coinciding with this weekend’s Sydney Motorsport Park round at the Shannons Nationals, the event is the first of its kind as the first CAMS sanctioned Esports event.
Online qualifying concluded over the weekend, with the top 12 to advancing to the VSR Showdown. Out of 140 starters, 109 entrants set a valid time aboard the control Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car at the Mount Panorama Circuit.
A mix of actual and virtual racers qualified, with Joshua W Anderson the fastest in the Porsche with a 2:04.389.
Live Qualifying will begin on Friday, 21 September at Sydney Motorsport Park, with 23 races to take place between Saturday and Sunday across a field of 27 drivers. The events will comprise of elimination heats and finals on iRacing, using three Motum Simulation’s MP6-VR. Anyone is welcome to attend and enter.
A current Australian Formula 4 driver has also put up their hand to set a lap time in the VSR Showdown as a benchmark.
The winner of the event will get a chance to show off their real world skills, with a test day in a CAMS PAYCE Australian Formula 4 car.
The Motum Simulation VSR Showdown 2018 at Shannons Nationals will be held at the Amaroo South Pit Building, situated between Turns 4 & 5 of the Gardner GP Circuit.
The event will be streamed on the iRacing Esports Network on YouTube, along with coverage across the Shannons Nationals live stream available at formula4.com.au.
For more information on the Motum Simulation VSR Showdown, visit virtualsimracing.com.au.