The GEC will replace the GXPC–WEC from 2019. Multi-class categories LMP2, LMP3 and LMGTE using the rFactor2 platform with the S397 Endurance pack Mod. Eleven events starting in January and ending in December, ranging from 4-hour to 24-hour events.
2019 GEC calendar has been released view here.
With rFactor2 now seeming like v1110 is fixed, with driver swaps and set up transfers working correctly in game, the GXPC-WEC will return to full race lengths.
Silverstone saw a good turn out of teams and cars on the grid, with some good close battles in all classes. Bulldog racing managed to stay out of trouble in the LMGT class with George Angelidis at the wheel of the #97 Aston martin to take there first win in the series, Georges first win in eSports racing, Well done.
The next round sees the series head to Watkins Glen for a 6-hour endurance event.
Globel Esports in partnership with NoWifi Autosports has entered a new era bringing Assetto Corsa to the club. Our first championship will be a seven-round championship using Australian Supercars. Starting on the 31st August. All Drivers are welcome.