The Grand Prix Virtual World Championship has the privilege to work with some fantastic partners which help us deliver the best simracing experience on the net. Whether it is our valued sponsors, offering support for our Championships and events, or a technical supplier providing the technologies to bring you this website and its services, the GPVWC owes a debt of gratitude to the companies and people who have been supporting us.

At GPVWC, we believe in a new, professional side of Simracing - one that brings together people and companies, creating benefit for all involved. Partnering a simracing community is a cost-effective, direct way to promote your brand which offers infinite scope for customization - bringing you the flexibility you need to show your brand.

To learn more about GPVWC Partnership Opportunities, please download our latest Partners Prospectus.

In the current season, GPVWC are delighted to be working with the following companies.

Official Sponsors


A new independent channel, SimNews.TV, has won the rights to bring unprecedented analysis to the world of GPVWC. Away from the track, the new platform will deliver regular programming covering the competitions, personalities and talking points bringing the GPVWC to life.

With a varied mix of videos and podcasts, SimNews.TV's opening offering will feature four scheduled shows, starting in early 2017, with more set to join the fray in the future.

The channel will publish on Facebook ( and YouTube and will feature some of the brightest personalities in simracing broadcast.

SR Race NetworkSR Race Network:

SR Race Network's goal is to give more popularity to all the simracing communities in the world. We are a media project, totally focused in the world of simracing. Racing leagues promotion, reports on competition in several parts of the world and social media management, are our focus.

WTF1WTF1:WTF1 was founded in 2010 by motorsport enthusiast Tom Bellingham. His vision was to serve and connect with a new generation of motorsport fans who engage purely on social media. The brand is now widely respected, recognised and loved by its fans including industry influencers, Formula 1 teams and drivers such as Daniel Ricciardo, Esteban Ocon and Damon Hill. The brand was acquired by Car Throttle - the largest automotive social publisher - in 2017 and now sits within their enthusiast network, propelled by a team who live and breathe social content. Key stats: 12 million monthly video views 347,000 Facebook fans 189,000 subscribers on YouTube channel fronted by Matt Gallagher 171,000 Instagram followers 87% of WTF1 users are between 18-44 years old


Technical Suppliers

SimRacingToolsSimRacingTools:SimRacingTools offer a lot of services for users and simracing leagues, such as anticheat, ping analyzer, telemetry and other.
RaceViewRaceView:RaceView is an application that can be used for your dedicated race servers. It provides realtime session and driver information through the LiveTiming feature. Driver information includes split times, best times and even tire compound. You can view previous session results, and see the best times that have been driven on the server's tracks.


SimNews.TVSR Race NetworkWTF1RaceViewSimRacingTools