Virtual Racing Winter 2020/2021
The CSCC Virtual Racing Series returns, to keep your racing skills honed in the off-season. Open to all CSCC members, Marshals, Officials and team members, the series is a bit of fun, but no contact please! We plan to have lobbies for PC, Xbox and PS4, again using Project Cars 2.
Don’t worry if you can’t make all of the rounds, pick and chose the venues, cars and dates to suit you. The CSCC Virtual Racing Series Facebook group has all the up to date information you need.
Friday 11th December, Snetterton 300 - Liqui Moly New Millennium, Ginetta GT4
Friday 18th December, Oulton International - Advantage Motorsport Future Classics, 1973 BMW 2002 Turbo
Monday 28th December, Knockhill Normal - Adams & Page Swinging 60s, 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Trans Am
Monday 28th December, Knockhill Reverse - Verum Builder Open Series, 2012 BMW 320 TC (E90)
Friday 15th January, Donington National - Special Saloons and Modsports, Any Group 5 car
Friday 29th January, Cadwell International - Motorsports School Turbo Tin Tops, 2014 Renault Megane R.S. 275 Trophy-R
Friday 12th February, Spa Francorchamps - Liqui Moly Slicks Series, Any GT3 car, 40 minute race
Friday 26th February, Brands Indy - Mintex Classic K, 1966 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback
Friday 26th February, Brands GP - CoordSport Tin Tops, Clio Cup (ok, it’s not eligible for the actual series, but it’s close enough)
Friday 12th March, Silverstone GP - Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens, 2015 Caterham Seven 620 R (unsettled weather likely!)
In most cases there will be a 15 minute qualifying session to set the grid for the first 20 minute race. After a short pause we will then prepare for a second 20 minute race with the grid set randomly (we have scrapped the winners penalty). Exceptions are at Knockhill and Brands Hatch, where there will be a separate 15 minute qualifying session for each circuit configuration and at Spa, where qualifying will be 30 minutes long, before a 40 minute race. As before, cars will be raced in their default set ups.
If you are new to this, fear not. Former CSCC racer Damian Hirst is the Driver Representative and will be happy to give advice.
The CSCC Virtual Racing Series is open to all those closely associated with the CSCC, including Members (or their designated driver), Marshals and Officials.
Your Virtual Racing Series Driver Representative is Damian Hirst. Damian can be contacted directly at
email@example.com with any queries.