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Busy Stretch for Olympus eSports

It seems Spring has sprung for our drivers! We are currently in a stretch of 11 straight weeks of competition, everything from 25 minutes sprint races to 24 hour endurance marathons. Let’s take a look at our current events:

IVRA – We are winding down our IVRA GT Sprint and ClubSport Series, with a few notable events occurring. Lyubov Ozeretskovskaya scored an impressive P9 overall and P4 in Division 2 (Pro-Am) in the GT Sprint Series round at Road America. Christopher Stephenson subbed in for Nina Hahn very late in the week, due to illness, to team up with Vitor Bras and score a P9 in the Division 3 (Am) class in the same event. The final event with be on 7 May at the famed Bathurst.

In the Clubsport Series, both the Porsche Cup and TCR teams have been working to finish the season with strong results. The Porsche Cup team sits P20 in points and the TCR team is in 11th place. The series will conclude on 29 April at Suzuka.

VSCA – Olympus took to the streets of Long Beach in the latest round of the VSCA Championship, with results that did not match the on-track performance. Our next event will be the 2 hr 40 min sprint race at Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca.

Carrera Cup GB – Drivers Thomas Cope and Scott Moakes have had some good results during the course of the season, each showing they are two of the premier Porsche Cup drivers in iRacing. The final event of the season will be held on 30 April at Brands Hatch.

Creventic Series– After a very strong P4 in the top split for Round 1 at Spa, drivers Cope, Moakes, Ozeretskovskaya, and Dan Sedgley will again compete in Round 2 in the 12 Hours of Monza on 27 May. Also, we will be adding a second team of Christiaan Arp, Harold van Heerde, Sophia Ridpath, and Patrick Thomsen in the Porsche Cup, as well as creating a GT4 team with drivers to be determined.

24 Hours of Nurburgring – Our Creventic Porsche Cup team will be joined by Thomsen to compete in the most difficult special event on the iRacing calendar on the weekend of 12-14 May. The Green Hell is the most demanding track our drivers will face all year.

Buckmore 24 – Wait, I thought this was an eSports team? Isn’t Buckmore for go-karts? YES and YES! Olympus co-owner Tom Bindloss will be joined by drivers Cope, Moakes, Stephenson, staff writer Callum Joynes and sponsor HSR Autos owner Marc Binnie to race in one of the most famous karting events in the world, a 24 hour endurance race at Buckmore Park under team name Olympus eSports with HSR Autos. We hope for a safe and successful race!

EDIT: I can’t forget our drivers competing in various Apex Racing Leagues and the Performance Link League! Luis Araya and Paul Joseph Clist are currently sitting 3rd in the Team Standings for the ARL Prototype Championship!

Finally, this 11 week run of events concludes with the 2nd Anniversary of Olympus eSports and the race that got it all started, the Majors 24 Lemans! Teams are yet to be determined, but rest assured with will push for top split and a victorious event.

After all this racing, we get an entire weekend off…and then we race at the 6 Hours of the Glen!

Just remember…

“If you really look closely, most overnight successes took a long time” – Steve Jobs

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