When and where to watch this weekend’s top Esports races

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A packed weekend of Esports is coming up including the second instalment of Formula 1’s official Virtual Grands Prix.

As the race will take place using F1 2019, which does not include the new-for-2020 Hanoi Street Circuit, the Virtual Vietnam Grand Prix will take pace on Australia’s Albert Park.

IndyCar and NASCAR’s iRacing series will also continue in place of their scheduled races at Barber Motorsport Park and Bristol Motor Speedway respectively.

For those looking for even more motorsport action, Veloce Esports and Torque Esports’ regular series featuring a mix of top Esports drivers and racing drivers for various categories. Here’s when and where your can catch the big races on Saturday and Sunday.

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DateSeriesOrganiserEventGameTrackFormatStart time (UK)Start time (US Eastern)Watch
04/04/2020All-Star SeriesTorque EsportsLegends TrophyrFactor 2TBCQualifying, race17:0012:00YouTube
04/04/2020IndyCar iRacing ChallengeIndyCarGrand Prix of AlabamaiRacingBarber Motorsport ParkRace19:3014:30 NBCSN (US), Sky Sports F1 (UK)
04/04/2020All-Star SeriesTorque EsportsAll-Star BattlerFactor 2TBCQualifying, raceStarts after Legends RaceYouTube
05/04/2020eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational SeriesNASCARBristol Motor SpeedwayiRacingBristol Motor SpeedwayQualifying, race18:0013:00 Fox, FS1, Fox Sports app
05/04/2020Not The GPVeloce EsportsNot The GPF1 2019TBCTBC18:0013:00YouTube
05/04/2020Virtual Grand PrixF1VietnamF1 2019Albert ParkQualifying, 28-lap race20:0015:00YouTube Facebook Twitch

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  • 13 comments on “When and where to watch this weekend’s top Esports races”

    1. Porsche Super Cup also tomorrow

    2. I believe the IndyCar irace will also be on their youtube channel.

      1. Can’t find anything on IndyCar or iRaving channel that says it is. Last week heavily promoted on YouTube. Able to set a reminder. This week nothing.
        Having seen the success of last week, I think both Sky and NBC have realised they’re onto a good thing to make people pay.
        Happy to be proved wrong though.

    3. Nice to see Indy’ll be on NBCSN, reminder set :)

    4. Thanks Keith, very practical. Maybe a rough list 9f the participants could be cool ? (Headlines maybe ?)

      1. I noticed that Gio will be the 6th current F1 driver to join the ‘official’ game. @tango

      2. @tango I did last week but some of these races are announcing their entries very late. I’ll try to incorporate more in the article next time.

        1. No problem, it’s a bit of a mess but yesterday’s f1 sanctioned race was ok. Thanks for the excellent work (1nd the webcast link too)

    5. I wonder if @keithcollantine might be able to do some technical features with some actual race drivers on how they set up their rigs, and how they get the most out of their racing.

      I’m sure a lot of people would be interested and quit a few are probably consider investing in a decent racing rig so they can get a fix of race cars and race car driving.

    6. I’m not aware of Alonso taking part in any of this, which seems ridiculous considering his quest to become the best on anything with 4 wheels. Any excuses these elitist drivers make regarding not taking part is total bs.

    7. A shame the IndyCar race is on pay tv. God dammit. All this stuff should be on YouTube.

    8. Hey guys for future reference the Indycar tracing i found it on the SkySports you tube page. Everyone watched it on Indycar page last week and last night couldn’t find it until stumbled upon the sky sports page. Hope this helps to stave off the cold turkey!

      1. *iracing not tracing :)

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