At the Virtual Racers Club we try to create unique and exciting leagues for our members to enter. We strive to offer as much choice as possible, by offering (on average) league races 4 evenings a week in different formats, from sprint races to endurance races, all with different cars. See what we offer below.
The OG league
MTCC is inspired by the BTCC and was the very first to be run in 2018. Drivers take to their Gr4 cars that fit the criteria and battle it out in 3 sprint races per meet. With no fuel, tyres or strategy to worry about this league sees nothing but flat out, close pack racing from lights to flag.
The multi-discipline league
GTMC is a master piece in testing what drivers are capable of. Manufacturers from all over the world want the best driver possible to master both Gr4 and Gr3 machines in the same meeting. A round consists of a sprint and a feature race, meaning drivers must master pace, strategy, track and machine to take the top step in this championship.
The single seater
VRC Super Formula sees the drivers travel the globe in search for the champion. This championship utilizes championship ballast and reverse championship order grids. To come out on top in this series takes a true master of machine, strategy and in race management. A real test when racing one of the fastest cars possible
Say no more!
1 of, if not the most demanding of racing series. Drivers will need to tame a wild beast of a car, in the form of the Subaru Isle of Mann Time Attack Impreza, whilst using a different skill set each round. They will have to draw on all of their skill, experience and guts to come out on top in this one!
MaX5 is VRC's only rolling league, the seasons are short and sharp. Drivers will need to master their Mazda MX5's early on and slog it out over 6 weeks of sprint and feature race lengths. The racing is close and fast in these little pocket rockets.
The master class
HPEC uses the hybrid LMP1 class or WEC cars. Drivers will need to master their relevant hybrid system, strategy and track over 1 hour long races in some of the most technically advanced race cars on the planet.
Drivers will take to a select group of cars made in either the USA or Japan. They will compete against each other in their homelands and rivals back yards over 2 40 minute races per round. The racing is fast and fierce.
Gran Turismo's Vision
VGTS is all about the crazy cars manufacturers could only dream of making in real life. Each season will see a different VGT car used for a one make mini championship.
Tried and tested
Formerly a support series for Super Formula, the GT4 cars have been given their own, fully fledged series, which will see drivers mastering sprint, feature and endurance races is some of the most powerful Gr4 cars.
This sprint series see's competitors taking to the 2016 group 2 Super GT cars to fight it out for their chosen manufacturer. With varied car and track characteristics this championship is hard fought with close battling throughout.
Formula X is what our vision of Formula 1 would be, had they gone in the direction of the Red Bull X chassis. Teams take to the grid and earn development upgrades to increase their chances of taking the top step on the podium.
Blast from the past
Drivers will use the F1500-T in this one make championship, paying homage to possibly the best era in F1 history. The cars don universally recognizable, classic liveries and duke it out for dominance.
PST will showcase a different model from the German Marque each mini season. Drivers will need to quickly learn a new machine to be competitive in the Porsche Sprint Trophy.
The Clio Cup will see drivers battle it out in one of the most iconic hatchbacks ever built. Drivers will have limited time to set up their cars before the racing commences.