Whether you’re a fan of the technical aspects of road racing or prefer the all-out slugfest of off-road, there’s an iRacing event for you to watch this weekend! Check out the full slate of events that we’ve got for you to look forward to on Saturday and Sunday:
Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup All-Star Race // Saturday, 7:45AM ET
The action from Monza starts bright and early with the first of two All-Star races on the day, as more than a dozen streaming personalities like Jimmy Broadbent, Dave Gaming, Maxime MXM, and more take on the same Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars that the pros will race later in the day.
Porsche Esports Sprint Challenge // Saturday, 9AM ET
Will the 11th and final Super Session of the year for Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport drivers crown a 10th different winner? This dramatic series has set the table for Supercup action with exciting competition all year long, and with $2,400 on the line for the season title in addition to the $500 handed to the race winner every week, don’t expect anyone to pull any punches.
Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup // Saturday, 10AM ET
It all comes down to this: Red Bull Racing Esports’ Sebastian Job needs only a decent day to clinch this year’s PESC title, but defending champion Joshua Rogers of VRS Coanda Simsport is still in the fight. One wrong move on the high-speed Monza circuit can make all the difference, whether you’re still in the championship hunt or just trying to lock in your license for the 2021 campaign that starts in January.
iRX All-Star Invitational presented by Yokohama // Saturday, 1PM ET
Action sports legend Travis Pastrana, four-time US rallycross champion Scott Speed, and NTT IndyCar Series drivers Conor Daly, Sage Karam, and Ed Carpenter are just a handful of the big names competing in the return of All-Star rallycross action from Daytona. They’ll be joined by iRacing newcomers like Steve Arpin and Bucky Lasek to kick off their eight-race campaign.
iRX World Championship presented by Yokohama // Saturday, 2PM ET
After a thrilling season opener from Hell, the world’s best off-road iRacers get back after it in Daytona just after their real-world compatriots. Ilari Lamminsivu stole the season-opening victory from points leader Mitchell deJong, but the return of defending champion Sami-Matti Trogen and talented names like 2020 RX2 and RallyX Nordic Lites champion Henrik Krogstad will keep the field honest.
IMSA iRacing Triple Crown Challenge // Sunday, 2PM ET
If you’re not getting behind the wheel yourself to see how IMSA’s GT Le Mans cars fare on the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval, be sure to check out our broadcast of the top split. With five different eligible cars, headlined by the Chevrolet Corvette C8.R that made its debut just last month, how the first of three races to coincide with the real WeatherTech SportsCar Championship will play out is anyone’s guess!