While Moritz Löhner was able to extend his championship lead last time out at the EuroSpeedway Lausitz, the title is far from settled as there is another round of the ADAC GT Masters Esports Championship 2021 later today and then a double-header finale at Hockenheimring next month.
That means that the upcoming Sachsenring could shape the standings and set up a thrilling end to the season.
You may know the venue predominately as hosting the German round of the MotoGP championship, but over the years it’s been a staple of the real-world ADAC GT Masters championship, and before then was used for eventful DTM rounds.
Rewind even further, and the circuit used to feature the pitlane on the opposite side of the track and feature a completely different second-half to the lap – used for races such as the Super Tourenwagen Cup (STW).
Over 30 GT3 cars will take to the twisty venue across a qualifying session and two races. In-between, there will also be a race for the GT4 support class, where drivers can qualify from within the RaceRoom Racing Experience sim. Our very own John Munro will take to the grid in this race too.
The English language stream is exclusive to Traxion.GG and will be commentated on by Connery Maddick and Paul Smith, starting from 19:15 CEST / 18:15 BST.
ADAC GT MASTERS ESPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP 2021 CALENDAR
1st June 2021 – Oschersleben Moto A 8th June 2021 – Red Bull Ring Grand Prix 6th July 2021 – Zandvoort Grand Prix 3rd August 2021 – Nürburgring Sprint 31st August 2021 – Lausitzring Grand Prix Course
28th September 2021 – Sachsenring Grand Prix
19th October 2021 – Hockenheimring Grand Prix – Double Header
ADAC GT MASTERS ESPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP 2021 RACE FORMAT AND TIMINGS
18:15 BST / 19:15 CEST– Broadcast start
18:25 BST / 19:25 CEST – GT3 Qualifying
18:42 BST / 19:42 CEST – GT3 Sprint Race
19:15 BST / 20:15 CEST – GT4 Qualifying
19:32 BST / 20:32 CEST – GT4 Race
20:15 BST / 21:15 CEST – GT3 Feature Race
ADAC GT MASTERS ESPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP 2021 ENTRY LIST
Jack Keithley – Williams Esports
Christopher Högfeldt – Virtualdrivers by TX3
Néstor García – Red Bull Racing Esports
Tim Jarschel – MRS Esports
Bence Bánki – Dörr Esports
Jakub Brzezinski – Williams Esports
Gergo Baldi – M1RA Esports
Moritz Löhner – Dörr Esports
Michael Rächl – Dörr Esports
Lucas Müller – HRT Esports
Florian Hasse – Dörr Esports
Nikodem Wisniewski – Williams Esports
Alexander Dornieden – MRS Esports
Martin Barna – M1RA Esports
Marko Pejic – Mahle Racing Team
Kevin Siggy – Team Redline
Jeffrey Rietveld – Team Redline
Erhan Jajovski – R8G eSports
Marc Gassner – MRS Esports
Nico Nünninghoff – Dörr Esports
Leon Rüdinger – Privateer
Gianmarco Fiduci – Team Fordzilla
Thibault Cazaubon – R8G eSports
Leonard Krippner – T3 Esports
Isaac Price – Privateer
Petr Pliska – Ballas Racing Team
Max Pfeifer – ERC by FSP / TÜV Rheinland
David Nagy – M1RA Esports