Porsche Esports Sprint Challenge Continues at Silverstone

Want the chance to win up to $500 this week, or even your share of a $10,000 end-of-season prize pool? The Porsche Esports Sprint Challenge continues this week at the Silverstone Circuit, and as an event open to iRacers of all skill levels, it’s a great chance to win some money while driving the thrilling Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport on some of the world’s premier racing circuits.

Contested only on Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup race weeks, Porsche Esports Sprint Challenge races take place every two hours from Tuesday through Friday GMT. The top 30 drivers in weekly points are then invited to a Super Session that runs immediately prior to that Saturday’s Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup, with its own live broadcast on the iRacing eSports Network. The Super Sessions feature their own points championship, with the top driver at the end of the season taking home $2,400.

Through five rounds, five different drivers have taken the win in the week-ending Super Sessions. Simone Maria Marceno kicked the year off with a victory at Zandvoort, while current points leader Thomas Gibson earned his lone victory thus far the next week at Barcelona. Cooper Webster, Kim Eriksson, and Matti Sipila have been the other three winners thus far, while Eriksson’s $1,100 in prize money thus far tops the group.

Click here for more information on the Porsche Esports Sprint Challenge!

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