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Alongside the MINI CHALLENGE UK and other real-world series Max is competing in online simulator races.

 

Details of the series he is competing in are below.  To find out more about Max's simulator click here.

 

He will stream each event on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch, use the buttons below to go to the profiles.

MINI CHALLENGE UK Official eSeries

The MINI CHALLENGE Official eSeries in association with Virtual Reality Racing Club (VRRC) uses the same specification Gen 3 F56 MINI JCW race car used in the UK’s premier touring car support class, the eSeries will follow the same calendar as the original proposed 2020 season.

The races will be live streamed via the MINI CHALLENGE Facebook page and YouTube Channels. The series will be run on the Assetto Corsa simulation platform with weekly races on a Saturday afternoon. A test server will allow drivers to practice at the circuit during the week leading up to the race. Races will be a double header event with a qualifying session determining the starting grid for race one and a reverse top ten grid for the second race. This will then be repeated. Points will be awarded as per the real MINI CHALLENGE championship.

Calendar - Qualifying 1 starting at 12pm:

  1. Donington Park National – Saturday 23rd May

  2. Brands Hatch Indy – Saturday 30th May

  3. Silverstone National – Saturday 6th June

  4. Silverstone International – Saturday 13th June

  5. Snetterton 300 – Saturday 20th June

  6. Croft – Saturday 27th June

  7. Knockhill – Saturday 4th July

  8. Brands Hatch GP – Saturday 11th July

PowerMaxed Racing eSeries

The PMR eSeries Powered by NXTGEN has been developed as a joing effort between BTCC front-runners Power Maxed Racing, esports stalwarts NXTGEN and the Virtual Racing Association, who have been involved with Official esports Championships for various vehcile manufacturers.

The series will be run on the PC-based programme, iRacing, and all rounds will be streamed live by YearOne and AlphaLIVE. Every competitor will drive the same car, an Audi RS3 TCR, with a fixed setup for each event. The series will utilise 7 UK-based tracks, with 3 International wild cards mixed in, and will loosely follow the order of the delayed 2020 BTCC calendar.

Max will be racing in the NGK Spark Plugs UK backed car.

Calendar - Qualifying starting at 8pm:

  1. Rds. 1&2 – Donington Park – April 29th

  2. Rds. 3&4 – Brands Hatch Indy – May 6th

  3. Rds. 5&6 – Silverstone National – May 13th

  4. Rds. 7&8 – Monza – May 20th

  5. Rds. 9&10 – Oulton Park International – May 27th

  6. Rds. 11&12 – Snetterton 300 – June 10th

  7. Rds. 13&14 – Catalunya – June 17th

  8. Rds. 15&16 – Lime Rock – June 24th

  9. Rds. 17&18 – Silverstone International – July 1st

  10. Rds. 19&20 – Brands Hatch GP – July 8th

Britcar Endurance eSeries

Max is competing in the DAT Racing by Sheard Autosport Seat Leon DSG TCR for the Britcar eSeries.  There is no confirmed calendar.

Max will announce dates and live stream via the channels above.

He is also taking on the TeamBRIT eSeries who Max coaches in the Britcar championship.

Yearone Racing

Max has joined the Yearone Racing team for a number of one off select races.​ 

So far he has competed in the Nurburgring 24 hours and finished second in class.

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