Virtual GP is happy to announce Mercedes-Benz, as its 2018 title sponsor. Entering its fourth successive season, Virtual GP will be the biggest virtual racing project in the Czech Republic. The partnership with Mercedes-Benz allows the championship to offer the highest quality of virtual racing.
It’s been a few weeks since the end of Virtual GP Season 3 and what an ending we’ve had! It took until the very final corner of the whole championship to find out who was going to become the 2017 champion. Then it doesn’t come as a surprise, that preparations for 2018 season are well underway and once again, it will be a huge step forward. We’ve listened to your feedback and the next season is going to offer a brand new format and also some GT cars! So what’s new in 2018? First news is here.
10.12.2017 \ Thrustmaster Virtual GP 2017
Martin Stefanko won at Suzuka to seal the 2017 Thrustmaster Virtual GP championship in a nail-biting final lap. The Republic of Gamers driver took the chequered flag as Smidl’s tyres wore off on the final lap. Stefanko squeezed past at the final corner to seal the win and pull off a stunning title win.
The 2017 season might seem to be over, but there is still a lot to do for Virtual GP’s organisers. Luckily, it’s all about more exciting things now, like handing over the prizes. And the first one goes to our new champion of Thrustmaster Virtual GP – Martin Štefanko, the Republic of Gamers driver. He was given a test drive in a Formula Renault 2.0 car of Effective Racing at Autodrom Most, Czech Republic. How did our new champ handle 200 bhp? Let’s take a look!
Vojtech Polesny took his maiden win in the Italian round of the 2017 Thrustmaster Virtual GP Championship. The Acer Predator driver took the lead at the first corner and sailed away to a sensational win. Avast’s Petr Zoubek recovered from an early blip to take second while podium regular Jaroslav Honzik took third place at Monza.