2014 Masters Series season
|Platform Used||rFactor v1.255|
|Drivers' Champion||David Jundt|
|Masters Series Seasons|
|2009 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2016 · 2017|
|GPVWC series in 2014|
The 2014 Masters Series was the sixth season of the Masters Series at the GPVWC. Reigning champion Shaun Stroud did not return to defend his crown in 2014. Unfortunately, following the first three rounds of the five event calendar, the series was unable to be completed, and David Jundt was crowned as champion.
After the previous season's trial of rFactor 2, the Masters Series returned to the original rFactor. The biggest change, however, was the switch to an endurance season using different vehicles at every event. This was in stark contrast to what has been seen previously; a standard touring car season with everyone using the same vehicle for all rounds. Furthermore, no Teams' championship would be contested; the focus of the series moved purely to who was the "Master" of all the vehicles.
|Round||Race Title||Category||Circuit||Date||Race Details|
|1||Daytona 500 Masters||NASCAR||Daytona International Speedway, Florida||15th March||16:00||16:00||TBC|
|2||24 Hours of Le Mans||GPVWC World Sport Series||Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans||21st-22nd June||14:00||16:00||TBC|
|3||Indy 500 Masters||Indycar||Indianapolis Motor Speedway Oval, Indiana||19th July||16:00||16:00||TBC|
|4||12 Hours of the Nordschleife||Touring Car Legends||Nordschleife, Nurburg||N/A||14:00||16:00||TBC|
|5||Bathurst 1000 Masters||V8 Supercars||Mount Panorama Circuit, Bathurst||N/A||16:00||16:00||TBC|
Results and standings
|Rd.||Grands Prix||Pole position||Fastest lap||Winning driver(s)||Report|
|1||Daytona 500 Masters||Roy Schroten|| Calvin Hermse
|2||24 Hours of Le Mans|| Toby Davis
| Erik Tveit
|Mike Bell / Rhys Gardiner / Jesper Taulborg / Fran Lopez||Report|
|3||Indy 500 Masters|| Mike Bell
| Menno Klont
|4||12 Hours of the Nordschleife||<<< CANCELLED >>>||Report|
|5||Bathurst 1000 Masters||<<< CANCELLED >>>||Report|
Points are awarded to the top 15 classified finishers.
Bold – Pole
† Cars did not finish the Grand Prix, but were classified as they completed over 75% of the race distance.
2013 Masters Series season
|2014 Masters Series season
2016 Masters Series season