Season 3 of the GT Pro Series esports competition with rFactor 2 ends today, as the final two races take place at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Utilising the current Road Course layout, 30 pro esports drivers will duke it out for supremacy, as this championship will be decided after these two races.
Thanks to Balance of Performance (BoP), success ballast and partially reversed grids, the racing in the current season of GT Pro has been nothing short of spectacular. This was true of the penultimate round, held two weeks ago at a wet Sebring where Peyo Peev and Zbigniew Siara took a win apiece in wet conditions.
Going into the final round of the season, it’s all on the line. Jan von der Heyde currently sits atop the points standings for Rocket Simsport but has a scant two-point lead over Red Bull Racing Esports’ Dennis Jordan in second and a three-point lead over Burst Esport’s Michi Hoyer in third.
With 20 points and 35 points handed out for the Sprint Race and Feature Race winner respectively, it’s not inconceivable that anyone inside the top 10 could take home the title and a share of the €18,000/$21,700 prize pool.
Watch the final round of the GT Pro Series tonight on Traxion’s YouTube channel, or via our Facebook page. Ahead of this race, we’ll also present the final BMW Sim M2 CS Racing Cup for this season too. Check out the full schedule below:
GT Pro Series, Season 3, Round 6, Grand Final schedule
- 18:15 BST / 19:15 CET – BMW Sim M2 CS Racing Cup Qualifying
- 18:30 BST / 19:30 CET – BMW Sim M2 CS Racing Cup Race Start (20 minutes)
- 19:00 BST / 20:00 CET – GT Pro Qualification (15 Minutes)
- 19:15 BST / 20:15 CET – GT Pro Sprint Race (15 min + 1 lap)
- 19:35 BST / 20:35 CET – GT Pro Main Race (45 Mins)
GT Pro Series, Season 3, 2021 event calendar
1st March 2021: Car draft 8th March 2021: Imola 22nd March 2021: Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps (late afternoon/early evening) 5th April 2021: Silverstone GP 19th April 2021: Nürburgring (no chicane) 3rd May 2021: Sebring
- 17th May 2021: Indianapolis
|1||Jan von der Heyde||Rocket Simsport||10 kg||McLaren 720s||747|
|2||Dennis Jordan||Red Bull Racing Esports||5 kg||Bentley Continental 2017||745|
|3||Michi Hoyer||Burst Esport||5 kg||Audi R8 LMS 2018||744|
|4||Alex Siebel||Red Bull Racing Esports||5 kg||Audi R8 LMS 2019||737|
|5||Jernej Simoncic||Burst Esport||10 kg||Audi R8 LMS 2018||734|
|6||Yuri Kasdorp||Red Bull Racing Esports||5 kg||Porsche 911 GT3 R||731|
|7||Jakub Brzezinski||BMW Team GB||10 kg||BMW M6||728|
|8||Timotej Andonovski||Nitor Velox||Audi R8 LMS 2018||725|
|9||Ferris Stanley||Zansho Simsport||5 kg||Ferrari 488||717|
|10||Luca D Amelio||HM Engineering||McLaren 650s||710|