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Supercup 2016

 
  • The first instalment of this new series reviews the opening round of the Career Ladder, looking at winners and losers from Australia and the first blows in the Championship fight. (http://en.gpvwc.com/news/4617/career-ladder-catch-up-round-1)  
  • The 2016 Supercup season has begun in Melbourne!
  • About Supercup edit
    The GPVWC Supercup is the league's second oldest series with its roots being found in 2005. The format of Supercup features a fifteen minute qualifying session followed by a 'Feature' then a 'Sprint' race. Utilising the intermediate level cars of the Career Ladder mod each year, the rounds take place every other Wednesday on Career Ladder weeks.

    The series is aimed to act a stepping stone to Superleague for both teams and drivers. A reverse grid of between six to ten drivers for the Sprint Race provides a unique challenge to the top drivers and most experienced simracers should find their way well here.

    Latest Standings edit
    After Round 10/17:

    Drivers' Championship standings
    Pos Driver Points
    1 Netherlands Ruud Heesterbeek 309
    2 United States Sven de Vries 274
    3 Estonia Risto Kappet 243
    4 Romania Emanuel Gaczella 235
    5 Malta Jason Muscat 211

    Teams' Championship standings
    Pos Team Points
    1 Romania Walk Racing 552
    2 United States Satellite Racing 416
    2 United States SimCraft Racing 317
    4 Romania Storm Racing Team 308
    5 Belgium Wauters Automotive 256

    Selected Image edit

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    Niels Brugman on his way to recording his first Supercup victory at Spa-Francorchamps.

    Photo credit: Aurora Designs
    Upcoming Events edit
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    Supercup Drivers' Champions Kari Koski ('05, '06) · Christoph Lichtenstein ('10) · Bart De Vos ('11) · Petter Kaasa ('12) · Giuseppe Rainieri ('13) · Philipp Puschke ('14) · Ruud Heesterbeek ('15) · Lars Brugman ('16)
    Supercup Teams' Champions RTT Greendragons ('05) · Stealth F2 ('06) · Draig Racing ('10) · Malta Force GP ('11) · Torrent Motorsports ('12) · CSG Racing ('13) · Edonis Engineering ('14) · Walk Racing ('15) · Team Proline ('16)
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