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Elite drivers compete for the SRO SIM Pro Series at Monza

SRO has announced the entry list for the inaugural round of the new SIM Pro Series, which will host its races at the Fanatec Arena at the circuit alongside five rounds of the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup.

Taking place on the same weekend as the Real World Series at the same location, the competition has a total prize pool of €75,000 for elite-level sim racing drivers and teams and leverages the official game of the Real World Championship: Assetto Corsa competition.

24 competitors will compete in each race, with 23 reserved for full-time professional esports racing outfits and one for the fastest public qualifier at each in-person racing event.

Kamil Pawlowski officiated the 2022 SRO Esports Racing Night Event

The full SIM Pro Series follows a one-off SRO Esports Racing Night at last season’s 24 Hours of Spa, which was led by then-Ferrari Esports driver Kamil Pawlowski until a premature layoff.

He returns for the full LAN season with his new team, ITB Sainteloc Racing.

Ferrari returns with a revamped squad. Racer and ex-Lamborghini: Real Race EMEA winner Jordan Sherratt joins Chris Harteveld.

Speaking of Lamborghini, he too has a manufacturer-backed team and has entered Luca Losio alongside the winner of the aforementioned Racing Night event, David Tonizza.

Ferrari's Tonizza wins SRO Esports Racing Night EventDavid Tonizza, then driving for Ferrari, won the 2022 SRO Esports Racing Night Event

Mercedes-AMG is presented by no fewer than three separate teams, the first of which is Williams, joined by Dennis Schöniger and two-time ESL R1 race winner Dáire McCormack.

The Mercedes-AMG Esports Team HRT by UOL is represented by Tobias Pfeffer, the main team Unicorns of Love of the Mercedes-AMG Esports Team is now made up of Tobias Gronewald and Bastian Richter.

The BMW M Team BS+COMPETITION has entered Arthur Kammerer and Gregor Schill. The youngest eRace of Champions finalist Michael Romanidis has joined the VRS Coanda Esports team.

The first race will quite obviously take place at the track in Mozna and will take place on Sunday 23.

2023 SRO SIM Pro Series Entry List

  • 4 – Mercedes-AMG Esports Team HRT by UOL – Tobias Pfeffer
  • 5 – Williams Esports – Dominik Blajer
  • 8 – Jean Alesi Esports Team – Daniel Savini
  • 12 – Blitz Axis Sports – Ar Muhammad Aleef
  • 14 – Mercedes-AMG Esports Team Unicorns of Love – Tobias Gronewald
  • 15 – Mercedes-AMG Esports Team Unicorns of Love – Bastian Richter
  • 18 – VRS Coanda Esports Ricardo – Castro Ledo
  • 19 – Automobili Lamborghini Esports Team – Luca Losio
  • 25 – ITB Sainteloc Racing – Kamil Pawlowski
  • 37 – Scuderia Ferrari Esports Team – Jordan Sherratt
  • 53 – Mercedes-AMG Team Williams Esports – Dennis Schoeniger
  • 55 – McLaren Veloce – Luke Whitehead
  • 57 – Scuderia Ferrari Esports Team – Chris Harteveld
  • 60 – VS Racing by Ballas eSport – Dario Iemmulo
  • 62 – Brabham Esports Powered by O-Rouge – Kieran Prendergast
  • 63 – Automobili Lamborghini Esports Team – David Tonizza
  • 88 – VRS Coanda Esports – Michael Romanidis
  • 89 – BMW M Team BS+COMPETITION – Arthur Kammerer
  • 90 – BMW M Team BS+COMPETITION – Gregor Schill
  • 201 – SPQRacing Team – Matteo Cinotti
  • 313 – Automobili Lamborghini Esports Team – Danilo Santoro
  • 555 – Mercedes-AMG Team Williams Esports – Dáire McCormack
  • 812 – Grid Finder Racing – Tristan Bollwinkel

SRO Esports SIM Pro Series 2023 Calendar

  • April 22 – Monza
  • June 3 – Paul Ricard circuit
  • 30 June – Spa Francorchamps
  • July 29 – Nurburgring
  • September 30th – Barcelona

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