Baguette Racing will start the deciding race of the Le Mans Esports Series Super Final from pole position with a seven-second time advantage.
Twelve three-driver teams are competing in nine-races over a 24-hour period, with the first eight races setting the grid and the time intervals for the final race, as well as $3000 for the winning team of each race.
Baguette topped the points table despite not winning a race. Its advantage was seven points, and this will be converted to a seven-second head start for the 90-minute finale, which boasts $25,000 in prize money for the winner and a place on the real-life Le Mans podium.
The polesitting team comprises an all-French trio of Red Bull Esports driver Aurelien Mallet, Christopher Cabrera and Alexandre Arnou.
It was able to maintain its impressive record of never finishing outside the top four in any of the first eight races.
Second place on the grid for the finale will be Kitty Krew. After a mammoth stint from Dan Nyman (LZR ForceOne) in race eight - three hours of modern prototypes around Sebring - the team was able to ease to its second win of the Super Final, taking its total prize money to $7000.
The team with the most prize money accumulated heading into the finale is Mad Motorsport - it picked up its fourth win in a frantic race seven to bring it up to $12,000. It will start the last race third with an 11s disadvantage.
Veloce and Williams Esports will start fourth and fifth for the finale. Veloce won its first race in race six, after a closely fought battle with Wildcats Racing.
That race was in modern GT cars, the same cars that will be used in the finale.
The BMW M8 GTE is by far the most popular option. Wildcats will start the race at the same time as race four winner Keep it Simple Racing as well as two-man outfit Mighty 38 - 27s after Baguette.
The Super Final begins with drivers running to their rigs in an Esports replica of the traditional Le Mans start, and three-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Allan McNish will wave the chequered flag at the end.
The LMES winners will stand on the main 24 Hours podium ahead of the start of the 2018/19 World Endurance Championship decider later on Saturday.
The finale of the inaugural Le Mans Esports Series Super Final is being shown live and free on Motorsport.tv, Facebook, Twitch and YouTube now.