Simracing.GP announces Endurance Championsip and podcast collaboration with Moza Racing 

Ross McGregor
Sim racing platform Simracing.GP has created an endurance league in association with hardware manufacturer Moza Racing.
Simracing.GP announces league and podcast collaboration with Moza Racing 

Simracing.GP – a platform for finding and joining sim racing series and one-off races online – has announced a tie-in with sim racing peripheral manufacturer Moza Racing, creating a new endurance championship and an accompanying podcast. 

The six-round endurance series – titled the Moza Endurance Championship – kicks off on the 4th of June with the 6 Hours of Watkins Glen and with four more six-hour races along the way. An additional sixth round has been teased but details are yet to be announced. It has been confirmed, however, that a selection of Moza Racing prizes will be up for grabs. 

The Assetto Corsa Competizione-based championship is open to three-driver teams, with squads being placed into similarly balanced splits thanks to Simracing.GP’s proprietary automatic splitting tool, ensuring close racing no matter your skill level. 

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Moza Endurance Championship podcast

Each round will be live-streamed by Simracing.GP and will feature a special live guest interview segment which will be available to download as a standalone podcast episode. 

“We are delighted to be partnering with Moza Racing and developing this endurance racing series and podcast,” said Simracing.GP Business Development Manager Adam Eley. 

“We want to combine the thrill of live sim racing with an opportunity to discuss the industry and gossip with the big names behind it – while allowing people the opportunity to listen again on their way to work or however they like to consume podcasts,” he continued. 

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To join the league, players will first have to sign up for a free Simracing.GP account, with the competition open only to PC players.

Moza Racing has made a big impact on the sim racing market in recent times, releasing a line of impressively specced steering wheels and wheelbases at competitive prices. The Chinese company also recently announced a partnership with successful sim racing streamer Jimmy Broadbent.

Are you interested in taking part in the Moza Endurance Championship on Simracing.GP? Let us know in the comments below. 

Moza Endurance Championship calendar

  • 4th June 2023, 6 Hours of Watkins Glen,
  • 3rd July 2023, 6 Hours of Spa
  • 6th August 2023, 6 Hours of Bathurst
  • 3rd September 2023, 6 Hours of Valencia
  • 1st October 2023, 6 Hours of Monza
  • 5th November 2023, Special final round
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