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ARL Endurance Championship

Live stewarding, studio broadcasts, £1,500 in cash prizes, 3 hour races, LMDh, LMP2 and GTD cars… the ARL Endurance Championship is here! Sign up before the 13th of May to confirm your spot in our first series of its kind.

Each round is hosted on European Friday evenings, with qualifying beginning at 17:50 GMT and the race launching 10 minutes later. Every minute of qualifying and the race, along with pre and post race coverage is streamed from the ARTV Esports Studio, delivering coverage at a level unmatched by any other iRacing broadcaster. Check out the ARA Porsche Cup broadcast on the right to view ARTV’s setup!

Six 3-hour long races are instore for participants, in which they can choose to tame any of the BMW LMDh, Dallara P217 or the 6 IMSA GTD cars (Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche and Mercedes) as teams of 2 or 3 drivers. Live stewards are ready to administer penalties for unfair driving dishing out a mixture of drive throughs, time penalties and qualifying bans to ensure driving standards remain high. A minimum road iRating of 1,500 is also mandatory for all drivers, meaning there won’t be large differences in pace within classes

New for ARL are cash prizes. Providing a 60 car field is achieved, £1,500 in cash prizes are on offer, with each team champion earning £250, each runner up receiving £150 and each third place getting £100. Our normal prizes are on offer as well, with £900 worth of prizes in the form of SDK Gaming and ARA subscriptions up for grabs. Each team champion also gets their hands on a trophy!

We haven’t compromised on the calendar, picking only the best endurance circuits for the roster. The familiar Spa circuit will be a welcome launch for participants, followed by Watkins Glen (a week prior to iRacing’s 6 hours of the Glen). The fastest sportscar circuit in Europe hosts round 3 in the form of Monza (a week prior to WEC visiting) before returning state side for Road America (days prior to IMSA’s visit) and the rollercoaster that is Road Atlanta.

Entries close 2 weeks prior to round 1, on the 12th of May, so use the links below now to learn more about the series and sign up!

More information on the series can be found on the series page, including instructions on how to sign up: ARL Endurance Championship Webpage

Join our Apex Racing League Discord Server:

And sign up to the league: ARL Endurance Championship Entry Page

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