While one top motor sport series resumes real-world racing this weekend, others are taking a break from the regular esports events.
IndyCar’s iRacing Challenge has finished and there’s no Virtual Grand Prix this weekend. However there is a selection of other esports races you can watch. Details on when and how to catch them all are below.
|Date||Series||Organiser||Event||Game||Track||Format||Start time (UK)||Start time (US Eastern)||Watch|
|16/05/2020||Race at Home Challenge||Formula E||Round four||rFactor 2||TBC||Elimination race||15:30||10:30||YouTube Facebook Twitch Also on Formula E’s website and Twitter account, and TV channels|
|16/05/2020||All-Star Series||Torque Esports||All-Star Series||rFactor 2||TBC||Races||17:00||12:00||YouTube|
|17/05/2020||E-Sport GT Series||SRO||Nurburgring||Assetto Corsa Competizione||Nurburgring||Races||12:45||07:45||YouTube Facebook Twitch Also on some television channels|
|18/05/2020||Esports WTCR race||WTCR||Malaysia||RaceRoom||Sepang International Circuit||Qualifying, race||18:30||13:30||YouTube Facebook|
|20/05/2020||All Star Eseries||Australian Supercars||Round seven||iRacing||Daytona and Talladega||Races||10:00||05:00||Facebook Twitch Fox Sports 506, Kayo, 10 Play, Sky Sports NZ|
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