SRO E-Sport GT Series

The SRO E-Sport GT Series brings the best of all parts of the GT world into one place over a 5 race + Grand Finale Series in 2020. The best tracks, the best pro drivers, the best SIM drivers, and even the inclusion of races for complete amateurs who can join in the GT action. 10 of the world’s greatest GT manufacturers are participating, along with a star studded driver line-up that includes former F1 World Champion, Jenson Button, in a McLaren. The main races will feature 50 starters, promising nonstop action throughout the field, and the Grand Finale will include drivers from all categories.


  • 5 Pro Series entries
  • 4 Silver Series entries

British marque Aston Martin will have five Pro Series entries at the wheel of its AMR Vantage GT3 including R-Motorsport drivers Ricky Collard, Luca Ghiotto and James Pull. In the Silver class, four sim racers will take up the challenge for Aston. They will include 20-year-old Will Tregurtha, who in addition to his virtual skills can also call upon a successful real-world career in GT machinery.


  • 5 Pro Series entries
  • 4 Silver Series entries

Just as in the real world, Audi will be well represented in the SRO E-Sport GT Series. Five drivers will pilot the R8 LMS GT3 in the Pro class, including youngsters Ivan Pareras and Arthur Rougier. The Silver Series will see a further quartet of Audi drivers vying for victory, with Giorgio Simonini and David Greco among their number.


  • 6 Pro Series entries
  • 8 Silver Series entries

Bentley’s commitment to sim racing is underlined by a total of 14 SRO E-Sport GT Series entries, more than any other brand. Its Pro line-up features a host of real-world talent, with Alex Buncombe, Andy Soucek, Seb Morris and Jordan Pepper hoping to convert their experience of the Continental GT3 into virtual success. Bentley’s Silver Series contingent features no fewer than eight drivers, including top sim racers Mike Nobel and Josh Martin.


  • 2 Pro Series entries
  • 4 Silver Series entries

A pair of Pro Series drivers will represent German brand BMW in its M6 GT3. Jody Fanin’s accolades include a British GT title in the GT4 class and the 2017 ELMS GTE crown, while American racer Tyler Cooke comes with experience of IMSA and VLN among other series. There will be a further four Silver Series cars flying the BMW flag, including Turkish racers Mertcan Solak and Furkan Ozcan.


  • 7 Pro Series entries
  • 5 Silver Series entries

Ferrari looks set to be a strong contender for SRO E-Sport GT Series glory, with a total of 12 drivers using the 488 GT3 in the upcoming championship. The Italian marque’s contingent of real-world talent include sim racing expert David Perel and his GT World Challenge Europe rival Chris Froggatt. The Maranello brand’s Silver class line-up is led by F1 Esports Series champion David Tonizza and fellow FDA Hublot Esports Team driver Enzo Bonito.


  • 6 Pro Series entries
  • 7 Silver Series entries

Italian brand Lamborghini has called upon a host of real-world talent to compete in the virtual contest, including leading factory driver Andrea Caldarelli. He will be joined by fellow Squadra Corse stars Albert Costa and Dennis Lind, the latter having shown superb speed in the recent SRO Charity Challenge, as well as former grand prix ace Vitantonio Liuzzi. In the Silver Series, top sim racers Kamil Franczak and Jaroslav Honzik will compete in the Huracan GT3 as part of the FFF Esports programme, which is overseen by leading real-world squad FFF Racing.


  • 4 Silver Series entries

A quartet of Silver class entries will ensure that the Lexus RC F GT3 is well represented in this year’s SRO E-Sport GT Series. Sim racing drivers Hany Alsabti, Axel Petit, Alexandre Vromant and David Planiol will lead the Japanese brand’s pursuit of glory in the virtual championship.


  • 6 Pro Series entries
  • 4 Silver Series entries

McLaren’s virtual racing line-up is led by one of real-world motorsport’s biggest stars: Jenson Button. The Englishman will drive a 720S in the Jenson Team Rocket RJN livery – the same colours he ran on his way to the 2009 Formula 1 title. Factory drivers Ben Barnicoat and Martin Kodric are also slated to compete, while SRO Charity Challenge winner Arthur Kammerer will represent the brand in the Silver Series alongside fellow frontrunner Nils Naujoks.


  • 5 Pro Series entries
  • 4 Silver Series entries

The Pro Series line-up for German brand Mercedes-AMG is led by Raffaele Marciello, whose host of real-world accolades include the 2018 Blancpain GT Series and Sprint Cup titles and the 2019 FIA GT World Cup crown. International racers Ezequiel Perez Companc and Felipe Fraga will also pilot the AMG GT3. In the Silver Series, Amir Hosseini will look to replicate the blistering pace he showed in the SRO Charity Challenge, leading a four-strong contingent in the sim racing class.


  • 1 Pro Series entry

A Pro entry from 2011 GT Academy USA winner Bryan Heitkotter ensures that the Nissan GT-R NISMO is in the hunt for the SRO E-Sport GT Series title. The American racer’s real-world experience includes stints in Pirelli World Challenge, IMSA, and the GT4 European Series at the wheel of Nissan machinery.


  • 6 Pro Series entries
  • 4 Silver Series entries

One of the most storied brands in real-world competition, Porsche will now chase virtual glory in the SRO E-Sport GT Series. In the Pro class, its representatives including 2018 Blancpain GT Series champion Christian Engelhart, factory ace Matteo Cairoli and FIA Motorsport Games bronze medallist Brenton Grove. Its Silver Series line-up will include German racer Chris Hoeke and rapid Irishman Eamonn Murphy at the wheel of the 911 GT3-R.

The Pro and Silver classes will each contest five regular season races, with the opening contest running at Silverstone on Sunday 26 April. This will be followed by events at Spa-Francorchamps (10 May), the Nürburgring (17 May) and Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (31 May). The fifth race will take place on 14 June, with the venue decided by a public vote, while the circuit used in the grand finale will be chosen in the same way.

The action begins with one-hour races for both the Pro and Silver Series this Sunday, with proceedings getting underway at 13.45 CET. Each will enjoy full coverage across a range of channels, including the GT World YouTube and Dailymotion accounts and the SRO Motorsports Twitch and Facebook pages. Detailed information on how to follow the 2020 SRO E-Sport GT Series will be announced ahead of this weekend’s contest.

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