Simracing.GP has long offered directly integrated leagues and championships for PC sim racing titles such as Assetto Corsa (plus Competizione), RaceRoom and Automobilista 2, allowing for painless race creation, server hosting and score tracking.
It also has a custom ranking system for tentpole competitions such as the Moza Racing Endurance Championship.
But now, it has launched a new manual-entry feature for racing titles that cannot be natively supported, and it begins with EA SPORTS F1 23 as of 10th October 2023.
It means drives of the official Formula 1 title on PC, PlayStation or Xbox can now create communities or leagues on Simracing.GP. Once a race happens, the championship manager can enter the results and all players can see the standings at any time.
“The new features are a really exciting step in widening our horizons and attracting more drivers to SGP,” said Adam Eley, Head of Sales and Marketing at the platform.
“F1 was an obvious place to start thanks to its popularity and large player base, and we cannot wait to
add more games really soon.”
The next game to be added, ahead of further down the road, will be the new Forza Motorsport.
“Forza promises to be very popular and is a really interesting proposition for both sim racers and a more
traditional gaming audience. It can be a great first step into sim racing for many,” added Adam.
If you’re looking for some competitive F1 23 action, then you can now look on Simracing.GP.