Le Mans Virtual Series (2022)
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The 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual has been won overall by Team Redline, with its #2 entry driven by Felipe Drugovich, Felix Rosenqvist, Luke Bennett and Chris Lulham.
The final round of this season’s Le Mans Virtual Series will conclude with the most famous race of them all — the Le Mans 24 Hours. Taking place across the weekend of 14-15 January 2023, the round-the-clock endurance classic will pitch the world’s best online racers against each other as an incredible $250,000 prize fund is up for grabs.
F1, F2 and F3 champions lead star-studded entry list. More nations than ever represented in Le Mans Virtual Series flagship event. Best of the best sim racers race on entry list for 24-hour glory.
It was a Porsche Coanda 1-2 at the 500 Miles of Sebring, with Max Verstappen and James Baldwin fighting for third. Team Redline beat an inspired SIM Maranello for its second GTE win of the season.
Watch the fourth round of the 2022 Le Mans Virtual Series which will take place at Sebring
Watch qualifying for the fourth round of the 2022 Le Mans Virtual Series which will take place at Sebring
It’s regarded as one of the classic sportscar venues in the world. The Sebring International Raceway has been hosting top line endurance events for over seventy years and is one of the oldest continuously-operated racing circuits in the United States. Sebring is the venue for round four of the Le Mans Virtual Series — the number one eSports championship for the world’s best simulator and professional race drivers — in association with LEGO® Technic™ and its stunning #51 AF Corse Ferrari 488.
James Baldwin, Graham Carroll and Bono Huis of AMG Team Petronas Esports won the 6 Hours of Spa, the third round of the 2022-23 Le Mans Virtual Series, while the #71 Team Redline BMW of Kevin Siggy, Chris Lulham and Enzo Bonito took victory in GTE.
Watch the third round of the 2022 Le Mans Virtual Series which takes place at the famous Spa-Francorchamps circuit
Watch qualifying for the third round of the 2022 Le Mans Virtual Series which will take place at the famous Spa-Francorchamps circuit
Entry list for Round 3 revealed, along with how to watch all of the action.
After a dramatic race at Monza, the next round of the 2022 Le Mans Virtual Series will take place at the famous Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium.
The 4 Hours of Monza, part of the Le Mans Virtual Series, has been won by the #1 Team Redline of Luke Bennett, Jeffrey Rietveld and Maximilian Benecke in LMP and the #888 R8G Esports Ferrari of Alexander Smolyar, Timotej Andonovski and Risto Kappet in GTE.
Watch the 4 Hours of Monza, the second round of the 2022-23 Le Mans Virtual Series, live and uninterrupted here.
Watch qualifying for the 4 Hours of Monza, the second round of the 2022-23 Le Mans Virtual Series, live and uninterrupted here.
Entry list for Monza revealed and timetable for the weekend of racing.
The second round of the 2022 Le Mans Virtual Series will take the world’s best sim racers to the historic Monza track in Italy, for an epic four-hour endurance race. Staged at the fabled autodrome on Saturday, 8 October, a packed grid of LMP and GTE machinery will go into battle online.
Watch the 8 Hours of Bahrain, the opening round of the 2022-23 Le Mans Virtual Series, live and uninterrupted here.
Excitement is building as a new season of the Le Mans Virtual Series is about to get underway. The world’s best online endurance racers will line up on the grid in September to compete in the first event of this year’s five-round series, featuring some of the most iconic circuits on the planet.
The series concludes its five-month season with racing legends, millions of fans and hundreds of laps.
Motorsport Games will gain unprecedented access to the NASCAR team assisting in the development of its gaming franchise through a technical partnership.
After its bruising end to a classic Formula 1 season in Abu Dhabi, Mercedes can make an early play to punch back at Red Bull as its Esports arm takes on the Virtual Le Mans 24 Hours by Motorsport Games this weekend. Here’s how its gearing up for a return, of sorts, to La Sarthe