The Challenger League
The Challenger League is the place where the Racing Unleashed Amateurs compete. Everyone can show how fast they are and where they stand in comparison to others. The simpler driving mode gives a little more leeway and allows less experienced racers to compete for victory and the title in the Challenger League.
1. Race 2020
Imola - 19.04.2020 (Cancelled)
Unfortunately, the first race of the 2020 season on the famous Imola racetrack had to be cancelled due to the global coronavirus outbreak. Our Racing Lounges across Switzerland were closes down to follow the federal guidelines to prevent a further spread of COVID-19. We will hopefully get back on track for the next race of Racing Unleashed's 2020 season in the Racer and Challenger League.
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How can I participate in the Challenger League?
Riding in the Challenger League is very easy: As soon as the event is visible on the application, you register for a place in one of the Racing Lounges. As soon as this is done, you will be contacted by us and receive all information about the starting times, etc. The current rule is "First come - First served": Whoever registers for the start first secures the place - regardless of their own performance. This way we want to make sure that everyone has the chance to take part in our race.
Points & Prices
As in the Racer League, all racers compete for points and prize money in the Challenger League too. The 10 fastest Racers will receive points and prize money in descending order.
Since transparency is very important to us, we want to communicate all prize money openly.
Rules & Regulations
In the Racer League all Racers drive in mode 4, without any driving aids and with the full motorsport feeling.
The individual Challenges take place at all locations at the same time. The Racers are divided among them.
The points will be awarded directly after the race and will be visible on the website. Who will grab the 25?
All simulators are interconnected and meet on the virtual track. So all racers are on the track at the same time!
The race control is centrally located at one site and regulates everything from there. It is the single point of contact for all racers.
The stewards are at the same location as the Race Control and make sure that everything is done properly.
Last year's Challenge - at that time still under the name Formula V - started in May and lasted until this year. Two racers in particular took the limelight: Firstly, the overall winner of last year's Challenge Felix Hirsiger and secondly the winner of the grand final at the end of the season, Michal Smidl. This year both will be fighting for points, prizes and the title in the Racer League.