Motorsport UK Esports have partnered with Radical Motorsport to bring you the Radical UK Esports Cup. This is a community focused championship utilising the unique Radical SR10 and four of the UK's most iconic circuits. Please note the following BEFORE registering for this championship.
This is a championship for individual drivers. The championship is spread across four rounds with an hour race at each round.
Once you register as a driver you will be allocated a Discord role for this championship in the Motorsport UK Esports Discord server where the championship will be managed.
To try and make the championship as fair as possible we have split the championship into three classes - Am, Pro/Am and Pro, these will be split by iRating. The split is as follows:
Please note - these iRating numbers are a drivers maximum rating ever reached. NOT the rating you have when you sign up.
To register for this event, click the "Register" button. On the next screen, select your team, the drivers of the car, the class you want to compete in, the car and the desired car number.
The winning driver from each class will receive:
x2 Hospitality tickets to a Radical Cup UK round of their choice
The championship will rely heavily on iRacing's inbuilt automated stewarding system however, as with all Motorsport UK community events we will have post race stewarding process. All incidents must be reported by a driver no later than 1 hour after the race
To have an incident reviewed, you must submit any protests through the protest form here form located here and the stewards will review it and confirm the outcome during or after the race in the Discord server.
PLEASE NOTE: That each Driver will have a maximum of 2 protests available to them for each race
All rounds of the championship will be broadcast on RaceSpot TV and Motorsport UK TV
The in-sim game time will start at 12pm on the same day as the event is taking place.
All drivers are allowed to use their own liveries for each race, there will be a decal layer that will need to be applied to all cars for the broadcast.
All paints must conform with the iRacing Paint policy (updated 08/12/21)
Any politically charged or potentially offensive material on a custom livery will see the team banned from the race.