You can find an overview of the series below and the detailed Series Regulations here. It is a requirement to be familiar with and understand all S1 Racing Series Regulations before registering for a series.
When you're ready, you can click on the Register button to sign-up for the series and submit your entry fee.
13 Dec - 21 Feb
The S1 Racing GT3 Sprint will run a total of 6 Championship races on Wednesday evenings over the course of a season, these will be spaced out with a 2-week interval between Race Weeks. All races will be 45mins in length.
20:00 ET Free Practice
21:00 ET Qualifying (Open)
21:15 ET Race Start
Season 3 Schedule (Preliminary)
13 Dec: Canadian Tire Motorsports Park
27 Dec: Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg
10 Jan: Daytona International Speedway
24 Jan: Suzuka International
07 Feb: Mugello Circuit
21 Feb: Mount Panorama
The S1 Racing GT3 Sprint will run a single GT3 car class consisting of the IMSA24 GT3 class of cars on iRacing.
The cars will run the fixed iRacing setup each race.
Automatic incident penalties are in place (20 incidents) and there is no expectation that Race Control will clear back flags.
A total of 40 cars will be permitted on the grid for the S1 Racing GT3 Series.
The S1 Racing GT3 Sprint Prize Pool for each season is $270 USD and will be awarded at the end of the season.
The awards will be distributed as iRacing Gift Cards and will be available for P1 to P5 in the final Championship Standings as well as for the Cleanest Driver ($50) and the Driver with the most mileage ($50) over the course of the season.
The Full Prize Pool breakdown can be found in the Series Regulations.
Road Licence C4.0
Series Registration and Entry Fee must be competed on the S1 Racing website by Sunday 10 December in order for a driver to be eligible for the season.
The fee for this season of the series is $20 CAD per driver, failure to make the payment on-time will result in exclusion from the series.
A Road Licence of C4.0 in iRacing is a requirement for this series.
Apex Racing TV
All S1 Racing GT3 Sprint races will be broadcast live on Apex Racing TV, supported by two commentators. Live timing will be available for viewers, provided by SDK Gaming.
Custom Paints are permitted for use in the broadcast but must be submitted a minimum of 1-week before each race and adhere to the S1 Racing League Paints Regulations.