It appears Formula One also wants a slice of the esports pie and has announced a new series of its own. Partnered with Codemasters and UK-based esports company Gfinity, the… Read More »
Earlier this year McLaren-Honda revealed its World’s Fastest Gamer eSports competition. WFG will find the ten fastest virtual racers, and the winner offered “the best job in eSports”, official sim… Read More »
UK sim racers looking to get behind the wheel of a real-world open-wheeler, take note. A seat in the 2018 National Formula Ford Championship is up for grabs via a… Read More »
Over the past weekend, EVO 2017 landed in Las Vegas with thousands of professional fighting game enthusiasts in tow. The long running esports competition is now in its 16th year… Read More »
Early last month McLaren-Honda revealed its entry into the world of esports, known as World’s Fastest Gamer. Partnered with peripheral manufacturer Logitech, WFG aims to help the F1 team find the ten… Read More »
As the 85th running of the Le Mans 24 Hours heads into the final hours, another race begins in France. The Forza Racing Championship Season 3 grand finale kicks off… Read More »
Following an impressive showing in the Asian Le Mans Series, GT Academy finalist Edgar Lau is due to race at Le Mans next weekend. Lau attended the 2014 US GT… Read More »
Round 1 kicks off at one of the most storied motorsports locations in the world.
ESPN takes an in-depth look at Jann Mardenborough’s career, and lets slip the first mention of this year’s competition.
A partnership between Turn 10, Porsche and the ACO will see gamers recognized alongside racers at the year’s biggest motorsport event.
The official game of the two-wheeled motorsport is jumping on the esport bandwagon with its own dedicated event.
Logitech and McLaren-Honda want to find the world’s fastest gamers for a very special prize!
McLaren-Honda and Logitech’s partnership seems to be heading in an esports direction in these social media teasers
Olympic Council of Asia strikes a deal to see eSports included in the 2022 Asian Games.
ForzaRC is back this weekend, with Porsche as the featured manufacturer.
A seven-race series will be kicking off next week, featuring one of the wildest F1 cars ever.