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World Sport Series News edit

World Sport Series 2014

  • The 2015 World Sport Series season has ended in Monza.  
  • Kevin Siggy has won the 2015 World Sport Series season Drivers' Championship!  
  • Walk Racing have won the 2015 World Sport Series season Teams' Championship!
  • About World Sport Series edit
    The GPVWC World Sport Series is an established series at the league, which contains two short races following a conventional 15-minute qualifying session. The series has utilised the EnduRacers Flat6 mod across both rFactor and now rFactor 2 since 2014. It runs in tandem with the Career Ladder on every other Wednesday that the Career Ladder isn't on. Due to the shorter length of the calendar however, the WSS only lasts for half of the racing year.

    The series is aimed primarily at drivers who enjoy making the difference themselves. Car setups are limited, and weight penalties provide a challenge to championship leaders and one round stars alike. The tin top element also allows for more rugged racing with other competitors, in comparison to the careful precision required in racing the formula cars.

    Latest Standings edit
    After Round 10/10

    Drivers' Championship standings
    Pos Driver Points
    1 Austria Kevin Siggy 247
    2 Estonia Risto Kappet 238
    3 Argentina Agustin Canapino 211
    4 Estonia Martin Lepassar 208
    5 Sweden Eric Stranne 181

    Teams' Championship standings
    Pos Team Points
    1 Romania Walk Racing 326
    2 England Enterprise GP 317
    3 England Vod:Bul Racing 316
    4 Wales Draig Racing 295
    5 Norway Ice Cold Racing 239

    Selected Image edit


    Eventual 2016 Drivers' Champion, Ruud Heesterbeek, leading the field at Istanbul Park.

    Photo credit: Nico Barclay
    Upcoming Events edit
    Date Round Event
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    World Sport Series seasons 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016
    World Sport Series
    Drivers' Champions
    Borna Spoljaric ('12) · Oscar Hardwick ('13) · Jesper Taulborg ('14) · Kevin Siggy ('15) · Ruud Heesterbeek ('16)
    World Sport Series
    Teams' Champions
    Torrent Motorsports ('12) · Midnight Motorsport ('13) · Smile Power Racing ('14) · Walk Racing ('15) · Vod:Bul Racing ('16)
    Current Teams Enterprise GP · Vod:Bul Racing · Draig Racing · Ice Cold Racing · Measuric Racing · Epic Racing Team · YTF1· Cosmo Autosport · Viking Racing · Apex Racing · Edonis Engineering · EJ Engineering · Hinss Motorsport · SportsCar Driving Evolution · TR Motorsports
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