Get ready for the 4 Hours of Monza
Le Mans Virtual Series is in action again
The second round of the 2022 Le Mans Virtual Series will take place this weekend
The entry list includes names such as 2021 ELMS champion Yifei Yi, Mexican motorsport legend Luis Diaz and Porsche factory driver Ayhancan Güven who will be racing alongside esports elite including those representing victors from the first round in Bahrain, Floyd Vanwall-Burst (Dillmann/Simončič/Pedersen) in LMP and Oracle Red Bull Racing (Webster/Siebel/Jordan) in GTE.
Qualifying takes place on Friday October 7, and all race action can be followed on the FIA WEC, Le Mans and TraxionGG’s YouTube channels, on twitch.tv/traxiongg, and on social multiple social media channels.
The race takes place on the rFactor2 platform at the virtual Autodromo Nazionale Monza and full, uninterrupted coverage will begin from 13:40 CEST on Saturday, October 8. The Italian temple of speed is unmatched for its history and the passion it invokes in motorsport fans – real or virtual – and be sure that plenty of action will be in store!
A total of 40 cars will battle it out in two different classes – 24 in LMP, with all competitors using an ORECA 07 LMP2 model, and 16 in GTE with teams having a choice of Ferrari, BMW, Porsche and Aston Martin Vantage models. Manufacturer support also comes to teams representing Alpine and Mercedes AMG.