How to watch this weekend’s top esports races


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Formula 1 has assembled its biggest field of current drivers so far for this weekend’s Virtual Monaco Grand Prix. Here’s how to watch it and other top esports races this weekend.

Eight current F1 drivers will take part in the half-distance race around the virtual streets of Monte-Carlo on Sunday. But some of their rivals will have a chance to do some extra practice as they are also taking part in the virtual Formula 2 race an hour earlier the same day.

Formula E’s virtual series also continues this weekend, while IMSA and Australian Supercars are holding events in their usual slots next week.

Formula Renault has confirmed the first details of its four-round championship which will began one week from today. They will use the iRacing platform and compete on a series of grand prix circuits.

Major esports races: May 23rd-29th

DateSeriesOrganiserEventGameTrackFormatStart time (UK)Start time (US Eastern)Watch
23/05/2020Race at Home ChallengeFormula ERound fiverFactor 2TBCElimination race15:3010:30YouTube Facebook Twitch Also on Formula E’s website and Twitter account, and TV channels
23/05/2020All-Star SeriesTorque EsportsAll-Star SeriesrFactor 2IndianapolisRaces17:0012:00YouTube
23/05/2020Not The GPVeloce EsportsMonacoF1 2019MonacoHead-to-head20:0015:00YouTube
24/05/2020Virtual F2 and F3F2/F3MonacoF1 2019MonacoRace16:0011:00YouTube Twitch
24/05/2020Virtual Grand PrixFormula 1MonacoF1 2019MonacoQualifying, 50%-distance race18:0013:00YouTube Facebook Twitch
27/05/2020All Star EseriesAustralian SupercarsRound eightiRacingImola and InterlagosRaces10:0005:00 Facebook Twitch Fox Sports 506, Kayo, 10 Play, Sky Sports NZ
28/05/2020IMSA iRacingIMSATBAiRacingTBA90-minute race22:0018:00YouTube Facebook Twitch
29/05/2020Formula Renault Esport SeriesFormula Renault EurocupInterlagosiRacingInterlagos2x 25-minute races18:0013:00YouTube Facebook

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  • 5 comments on “How to watch this weekend’s top esports races”

    1. not sure this article is loading properly? Expecting to see a table of sorts…

      1. @sato113 Sorry there was a code glitch causing a problem on some screen widths – should be OK now.

    2. ah the table is below the comments and ads?? weird.
      also the Virtual Monaco GP for F1 is missing from the calendar. It just says F2 and F3.
      And it says Baku instead of Monaco on the linked calendar above! come on @keithcollantine keep up haha ;)

    3. @keithcollantine The Virtual F1 race is missing from the schedule.

    4. Didn’t think I would, but I’m going to miss the glamour of Monaco… the real one.

      These barely above cartoon level F1 sims could be fun to watch if it were Super Mario vs Bugs Bunny tearing up the uncanny valley into Rascasse.

      Porc…er… F1. There is no substitute.

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