More Esports national categories accepting entries
Friday 19 May, 2023
The Motorsport Australia Formula Vee Cup is accepting entries for its second round of 2023.
Two of Motorsport Australia’s new Esport National Cups are now accepting entries.
Exclusive to Motorsport Australia Esports Licence holders, the GT3 National Cup and Formula Vee National Cup are both on the lookout for competitors to join the growing categories.
Motorsport Australia GT3 Cup (ACC)
The GT3 National Cup then begins its season next month will see competitors to play for prize pools every round via the Assetto Corsa Competizione platform on PC
The series is organised by Octane Online Racing and will see competitors enter a handful of Qualifying events taking place in June before getting the official season underway later next month.
The series will see competitors head to famous F1 circuits such as Silverstone, Hungary, Suzuka, Monza and Spa, as well as other iconic international tracks such as Mount Panorama, Nurburgring and Circuit Paul Ricard.
Interested participants for the GT3 National Cup can enter here.
GT3 National Cup
Assetto Corsa Competizione platform
Octane Online Racing
Qualifying servers start 1 – 10 June
Get more information here.
Motorsport Australia Formula Vee Cup (iRacing)
First up on the calendar though is the Formula Vee National Cup, which will be holding its second round of the 2023 season at the end of May after Kaleb Belak took out the season opener earlier this month.
Held by Southern Cross E-Sport, there are still multiple spots available for people to join the series which heads to Okayama International Circuit on 31 May.
The series used the popular iRacing platform for PC with interested participants able to register, via the club’s discord group or via email at [email protected]
Season-long positions are also available with virtual circuits such as Oulton Park, Sandown Raceway, Watkins Glen and Phillip Island part of the eight-round competition.
Formula Vee National Cup
Southern Cross Esports
Round 2 - Okayama International Circuit on 31 May.
More information on the Motorsport Australia Esports National Cups can be found via the Motorsport Australia Esports page.