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Supercup News edit

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  • The 2018 Supercup season has finished! Sebastian Kosmala won the final race of the season, in Abu Dhabi.  
  • Stephane Rouault wins the 2018 Supercup Driver's Championship in the final race of the season!  
  • Championship contenders Maciej Mlynek and Stephane Rouault enter the final round with only 5 points difference between them!
  • 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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    Useful Links
    Supercup seasons 2005 · 2006 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016
    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)
    Current Teams Satellite Racing · GoSport International · Malta Force GP · Enterprise GP · Measuric Racing · Streetfighter Racing Systems · Evolution Motorsports · Fox Racing · ST Racing · Ice Cold Racing · Team Proline · TG Racing · Karjala Racing · Racing Team Schroten
    Lists & Categories Drivers' Champions · Constructors' Champions · Grand Prix · Race reports · Supercup images