Racing Unleashed Challenge is a SIM-Racing-League that offers digital autoracing at the highest level. The races compete on high-tech simulators from Racing Unleashed AG.
What is the mission of Racing Unleashed?
Racing Unleashed wants to offer racing for all. Racing Unleashed promotes SIM-Racing through professional structures, competitions and prize money.
How can I participate in the races?
Any racer from the age of 13 and above and a minimum height of 1.55 m can qualify for the races. Eachrace has a maximum of 64 participants. The training can be done in the Racing Lounge or via the PC (online). To qualify for the races, the racer needs a lap time, that must be recorded in the simulator in Racing Unleashed racing lounge in Cham or Zurich.
On the PC and in the Racing Unleashed simulators in the Racing Lounges in Cham and Zurich.
Which control systems may be used?
All availablecontrol systems can be used for the onlineand the official Racing Unleashed simulators in the Racing Lounges.
What is the format for Racing Unleashed Challenge?
Every month, 64 drivers can qualify for the Challenge Series via a time trial (the fastest lap time will count) on a predefined track and settings. The first race will be held on 25 May 2019 at the Racing Unleashed Racing Lounge in Cham on Racing Unleashed simulators. The four fastest drivers will compete in a race for the prize money for ranks 1, 2 and 3.
How do I know if I qualified for the monthly finals?
Once all results are in, emails will be sent out to the qualified drivers by Racing Unleashed. Racing Unleashed is constantly publishing the ranking with the best lap times.
What is there to win in Racing Unleashed?
Challenger Series: CHF 5000.00, 3000.00, 1000.00 for the first three winners. CHF 30'000.00 for the winner of the final tournament (Swiss Champion) - the top-ranked driver from the seven qualifying races.
Is there a minimum age and a minimum height forparticipation?
Participants must be aged 13 years or above and should have a minimum height of 1.55 m.
Which routes are driven?
The first race takes place on the digitized track of Monza.
Who should I contact in case of ambiguity or technical problems?