Porsche Esports Sprint Challenge Canada

Porsche Cars Canada, Ltd. is seeking the fastest 30 Canadian Sim Racers to race in an epic four event series. The Porsche Esports Sprint Challenge Canada will take place on iRacing.com using the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport.   


Qualifying // Time Attack

Open qualifying is at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and Watkins Glen (available on the Beta UI). To enter, set your best times on each track from June 1 to 7 using the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport in the Porsche Esports Sprint Challenge Canada Time Attack session. The quickest lap time from each track will be added together for one total time and the fastest 30 drivers from Canada will move on to the race series. All qualifying and racing will be conducted with the vehicle in a fixed setup.

A note from iRacing.com and Porsche Cars Canada, Ltd.:

It has come to our attention that the latest software update has substantially changed the setup of the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR.
Our intention with the series is clear: a fair, competitive, and fun opportunity for all involved. With this in consideration, the Time Attack qualifying will be reset in an interest of integrity and ultimate fairness for all competitors.

The new fixed setup and Time Attack session will be available Wednesday, June 3, and the qualification will continue to end on June 7 as planned.

All the best on qualifying!

The Races

Races will occur on the following Thursdays @ 8PM EDT and be broadcasted live on the Porsche Motorsport Canada Facebook page.  


June 18: Race #1 @ Canadian Tire Motorsport Park

July 2: Race #2 @ Watkins Glen

July 16: Race #3 @ Lime Rock

July 30: Race #4 @ Circuit Gilles Villeneuve



1st place Porsche prize package includes a spot at Porsche Experience event, bridging the gap from virtual to reality.

All other qualifying competitors in the series receive a Porsche prize package and iRacing credit contribution.

Prizing will be distributed at the end of the series.

– Full prize details are outlined in the Rules and Regulations document.



In addition to the 30 qualified drivers for the series, 4 ambassadors will also take the grid:

The Straight Pipes: YouTube Channel

– Daniel Morad: Pro racing driver and Daytona 24H Class Champion

– Craig Anderson: Ottawa Senators NHL Goalie


Rules & Regulations

English: HERE

French: HERE


Questions? Please Contact motorsport@porsche.ca