The GrandPrix Series is on halt until iRacing Season 4 2023
GP series 2023
The Grand Prix Series
10 Minutes of Sprint Qualifying, a 90 Minutes Race and two mandatory Pit Stops in a Championship that lasts for 12 races over two iRacing seasons. The Grand Prix Series is the successor of the Endurance Series and gets on track every other Sunday.
Driver and Team Championship
You can compete as a single driver or as part of a Team – while you always drive solo.
Group A and B
Drivers will be split in group A and B to allow for promotion and relegation depending on your result at the end of the season.
You Never Race Alone
Strategy makes you race throughout the race – whether it’s in wheel to wheel battle or managing the gap needed to come out on top after pitting.
Join us on track!
Create an account to become part of the Community at RadicalSimracing.com and register for the Championships.
- 12 Races
- Raceday: every other Sunday
- Timeslot: 20 to 22 GMT
- 3 Drop Weeks
- Free Practice Sessons on Thursday
- 10 Minutes Sprint Qualifying
- 90 Minutes Race
- Standing Start
- Open Setup
- No Safety Car
- 2 Pit Stops Mandatory
- 1 Fast Repair
The Grand Prix Series follows the Radical Racing Challenge in a 14-day-rythm and will get on track for the 2023 season on 19th of March for the season opener at Road America.
We will follow the Schedule of the Officials on iRacing (Radical Racing Challenge) and race the corresponding tracks.
A Team within the Championship consists of two drivers racing the same livery, whose individual points will be summed up for Team Standings.
If your iRacing Team will have a multitude of 2 drivers on the grid, you are asked to register multiple Teams.
The basic goal is to have as many drivers in Group A as there are in Group B. To split the drivers into those two groups:
- We will create a ranking based on iRating.
- Those around the cap will be allowed to decide in which group they want to race.
- Needs and interests of Teams will be taken into account.
Yes, every race of every Group will be broadcasted.
As long as we are not fully financed by sponsorships, every participant is asked to donate a fair share to help us finance our championships.
For the Grand Prix Series we are calculating costs of round about 30 EUR per driver for a season of 12 races over two iRacing seasons.
Races in the Endurance Championship will be hosted on the De-Fra Server.
Everyone who can race on this server can participate in the Grand Prix Series.
Should there be enough registrations for the Americas, it is possible to host a separate Grand Prix Series on the US-Bos Server with a local Sunday evening timeslot.