After the two weeks of qualifying, which saw the participation of 3,054 drivers who competed on Assetto Corsa Competizione, the 30 competitors who earned the right to compete in the 2022 edition of the Alpine Esports Series powered by were selected. Binance.
First place is the British George Boothby with a time of 1: 41.230. This performance earned him the fastest qualifying round in the game and a prize pool of $ 1.500 in ALPINE Fan Tokens. Very good the Italian Michele Nerbi (1’41 ”265) who finished in second placewhile another English driver, Luke Whitehead (1’41 ”415) climbs to the lowest step of the podium.
Qualified drivers will take part in the six races divided into three rounds between April and June. Before each race, they will participate in a sprint race which will determine the starting position. The points system is as follows:
Gara sprint: 1st: 10 points / 2nd: 8 points / 3rd: 6 points / 4th: 5 points / 5th: 4 points / 6th: 3 points / 7th: 2 points / 8th: 1 point
Main race: 1st: 25 points / 2nd: 18 points / 3rd: 15 points / 4th: 12 points / 5th: 10 points / 6th: 8 points / 7th: 6 points / 8th: 4 points / 9th : 2 points / 10th: 1 point
Alpine Esports Series 2022, if it leaves from Circuit de Barcelona
The first round will take place on April 28 at the Circuit de Barcelona, While the second race will be held on May 12 at Paul Ricard. During the broadcast of this second round, viewers of the Alpine Esports Series will have the opportunity to vote for the track that will host the final on 23 June.
Various prizes will be up for grabs during the competition, including Alpine Fan Tokens, a track experience driving a “real” Alpine A110 GT4, a TRX Trak Racer simulator and a BenQ Mobiuz EX3410R curved monitor. Drivers will be rewarded based on their final position and fastest lap.
The Alpine Esports Series races will be streamed on Alpine’s Twitch and Youtube channels and on Binance Live.