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World Championships and World Cups



Niel & Egil Organisation (NEO), founded in 2012, is an online virtual racing league with focus on multiclass endurance races as realistic as it can get. NEO racing uses the iRacing Motorsports Simulation software as its platform to organise race events. The organization is an umbrella for the NEO Endurance run in the first part of 2013 and the later coming NEO Endurance Series (NES). These series have a demanding qualifying competition, to assign the team’s entries. UI1-PSR takes part in Prototype 1 (LMP1) and Prototype 2 (HPD). [More info & Broadcasts]


The Skip Barber 2K World Cup is one of the most recognised and most challenging open-wheel formula car championships. The Skip Barber Formula 2000 has played a vital role in launching the careers of drivers including Juan Pablo Montoya or Jeff Gordon, and the competition with the electronic version of this car brings together top sim racers in the most exciting racing. Positive SimRacing is the winner of the 2017-1 championship and is recognised also as one of the traditionally best teams in the series. [Broadcasts]

The Sports Car Open is one of the most competitive racing leagues, which is organised by CoRe SimRacing on the Motorsports Simulation service. The series utilise a selection of prototype and grand touring cars in a team-based, multiclass series running circuits from all around the world. Sports Car Open events feature three different classes of cars: Prototype, Prototype Challenge and grand Touring. UI1-Positive SimRacing takes part in LMP1 and GT classes.  [More Info & Broadcasts]

GP is a Spanish openwheel championship, which is structured in three categories: GP3, GP2 and GP1. The Skip Barber rt2000 and the Dallara F3 are used in GP3 and GP2, respectively. The GP1 category uses the Formula Renault 3.5. This is the first edition of the championship (2019), in which our team has been classified in GO1, with the aim to fight for the title. [More Info & Broadcasts]

Official Series

The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is the world's most produced and most used GT race car. As such the Porsche GT3 Cup has been the vehicle that launched the professional careers of sports car champions. With its potent, aluminum 4 liter flat 6 installed in the rear of its 1200 kg chassis, the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is a demanding car to master, but one which delivers ample rewards to those who do. iRacing has selected this car for a World Championship in alliance with Porsche, and it will be used also in the qualifying series. 




The VRS Endurance Series is the most representative series with GT cars. The Sprint Series are suitable for individual drivers, while the Blancpain Endurance Series are exclusive for team racing, with a compulsory driver swap during the race. These are one of the most competitive official series in iRacing, and the last step before the Blancpain GT World Championship



The FR3.5 is the perfect fit in the iRacing open wheel ladder system. The open cockpit, V8 powered cars, were traditionally a stepping stone for many drivers who were pursuing careers in Formula One. Featuring a spec chassis and spec motor, the cars allowed drivers to showcase their skills and hopefully get noticed by a Formula One team. The normally aspirated V8 motors produce 530 bhp and the large wings, both front and rear, provide large amounts downforce and grip. 


Red Bull Global Rallycross brings Rallycross’s unique style of combined dirt and asphalt racing and tight, fender-to-fender racing. Red Bull GRC has an exciting new race format – heat racing. Just as in the real world series, the heat format combines multiple short races where competitors battle to qualify for the final.