Once again, there was no way past the two Porsche 911 GT3 Rs from the Apex Racing Team in the IMSA Esports Michelin Global Championship. In the third round of a four-race season, the team recorded a second consecutive one-two result – in reverse order on this occasion.
Who was the best Esports racer of the past season? Which was the best team? Who competed in the most spectacular livery in 2022? The Virtual Competition Organisation (VCO) will be answering these questions and more for the third time at the VCO SIMMY AWARDS.
During the broadcast of the Fall Cup Masters within the Esports Racing League (ERL), Virtual Competition Organisation (VCO) announced the return of two of its most successful formats – in one single, spectacular event. VCO ProSIM INFINITY will see 40 teams contest no fewer than 24 races within 24 hours on 9th and 10th December.
Virtual Competition Organisation (VCO) is adding a pioneering and innovative project to its scope of activities: VCARUS – the Digital Race Car Manufactory. Together with the experts at MUNIQ Design in Munich, who can call on years of expertise in the automotive sector, VCARUS will develop unique virtual race cars which set benchmarks in terms of design and driving physics.
Virtual Competition Organisation (VCO) and Low Fuel Motorsport (LFM), with over 60,000 members one of the largest Esports racing communities in the world, are working together to launch FLExTREME, a new racing series on Assetto Corsa Competizione.
The Apex Racing Team remains the team of the hour at the halfway point of the season in the IMSA Esports Global Championship powered by VCO. The duo of Alejandro Sanchez / Kevin Ellis Jr. repeated their outstanding performance from the season-opener to record another commanding victory at the virtual WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.