Open to everyone with an iRacing subscription, with open-server qualification now closed, the 2023 Alpine Esports Endurance Cup will see teams race for a total of 24 hours across four events.
50 drivers will compete across 25 teams, with the overall champion receiving an all-expenses-paid trip to the real-world World Endurance Championship round at Spa-Francorchamps in 2024. Alpine will be returning to the top flight of the championship with its A424B LMDh next season.
According to Alpine, the championship is “a premier competition designed to empower grassroots sim racers to showcase their talents.”
The competition follows the Assetto Corsa Competizione-utilising Alpine Esports Series won by Dennis Schöniger earlier this year.
Alpine Esports Endurance Cup 2023 schedule
Round 1: 4 hours of Magny-Cours – 14th October, 10:30 AM CEST
Round 2: 4 hours of Road America – 28th October, 10:30 AM CEST
Round 3: 4 hours of Sebring – 2nd December, 10:30 AM CET
Round 4: 12 hours of Fuji – 6th January, 10:30 AM CET