last round of The inaugural ROKiT British F4 Esports Championship is set to take place in the UK on Friday 2Abbreviation II For the month of December with live RaceSpot TV from Brands Hatch’s Grand Prix layout.
As part of the finale, which features real world stars and professional esports like Luke McKeown, Jamie Fluke, Peter Berryman and Dion Gowda, you’ll be supporting the All-Star Cup with two 15-minute races using iRacing’s IR-04 single seater.
Among the drivers confirmed to be participating so far are current and former BTCC superstars Daniel Robottom and Mike Epps. British GT Champion Will Tregortha; British Kart Championship competitor Kit Belofsky as well as popular creators Sampsoid and Basic Ollie.
The All-Star Cup is the latest in a series of high-profile esports events organized by Motorsport UK. The UK-based board has indicated its desire to create a non-profit sim racing hub to help promote esports and motorsports in the UK, as explained to us in a recent edition of the Traxion.GG podcast.
The All-Star Cup follows the announcement of a 24-hour virtual endurance race in collaboration with Britcar, the ROKiT British F4 Esports Championship and a test race between Australia and the UK.
“The decision to decide the title next week at Brands Hatch is already shaping up to be an exciting end to ROKiT British F4 Esports’ inaugural season, and the All-Star Cup takes that level again,” said Paul Crawford, Motorsport UK Director of Esports.
“Going forward, we really want to expand these events and bring in other elements around championship racing. This is a great first step in that process.”
The ROKiT British F4 Esports Championship Final and All-Sar Cup Support Races will be broadcast on RaceSpot TV on YouTube on Friday 2Abbreviation II December from 6pm GMT.
Which other racing drivers or content creators would you like to see go head to head in the All-Star Cup? Let us know in the comments below.
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