We are getting closer and closer to the end of the year, but 2022 still has plenty of racing action to offer! The month of November at SimGrid will be no different from the previous ten. All eyes will be on More Female Racers and its two scheduled rounds that will lead us to the heart of the championship.
As we recently reached an impressive number of 200 hosts on our platform, we will also take a look at some of the most interesting events offered by the communities.
More Female Racers Season 5
As the long-awaited first round now belongs to the past, in November competition will heat up in More Female Racers Season 5 powered by Mercedes-AMG. On Monday the 7th Brands Hatch will host round 2 of the series. The track for the third racing evening (Monday 21) is yet to be decided. In case you are not familiar with the rules of the championship, during every round there is a public poll to pick the next race venue, so make sure to tune in on YouTube to cast your vote!
In Pro class, Aloo Gobi will try to bounce back and put her wheels ahead of Aenore Rose, after coming so close in round 1. Sara Dove, Delilah Hazel and Victoria Thomson will try to have their say too. The front pack in Silver class (Mia Swensen is the current leader) promises some tense fights once again. In Am Azzy Iredale and Cammie Sturch stole the show at the Nurburgring and will try to repeat themselves in the upcoming rounds.
BBR 24H Charity Event
In 2022 we have seen charity events getting more and more popular. A true example of the power of sim racing and its ever-growing community. This time around, it is Big Brain Racing’s turn to host one of these events, with the “24 Hours at the Brickyard”. All the money raised will be donated to fight Muscular Dystrophy.
The race is scheduled for next year’s 25th of February, but November is a crucial month as sign-ups are now officially open. While in these kinds of events racing for prizes might not be a priority, Big Brain Racing set a £180 prize pool. Every member of the winning car will also get a pair of racing gloves. More in-depth details can be found on their dedicated page.
JL Motorsport – Wet’n’Wild
JL Motorsport is launching a 6-rounds sprint championship. As you might guess from the name “Wet’n’wild”, all the races will be run in different wet conditions, from light drizzle to monsoon. Following a quick qualifying session, racers will face adverse weather conditions for 30 minutes.
Here is the full schedule of the championship. All the racing evenings will kick off at 6.45 PM GMT with the driver’s briefing.
- Monday 14 November – Watkins Glen
- Monday 21 November – Spa-Francorchamps
- Monday 28 November – Laguna Seca
- Monday 5 December – Misano
- Monday 12 December – Bathurst
- Monday 19 December – Nurburgring
If you’re looking for something a bit different with a unique challenge, this is the event for you.
Pan-Am Racing Sprint Series Season 2
American racers, we got you covered! The second edition of the Sprint Series by Pan-Am Racing is starting this November. This is a team championship, with two drivers sharing a GT3 for 90 minutes. There is also a 3H held at Silverstone. The field will be divided into Pro, Pro-Am and Am to create close racing between people with similar skill sets and racecraft. Last but not least, a prize pool will reward the best 3 teams in the final standings.
Here is the full schedule of the championship. If you are not from the Americas, make sure to double-check the dates and times with the different timezone!
- Saturday 5 November – Bathurst
- Saturday 19 November – Indianapolis
- Saturday 3 December – Nurburgring
- Saturday 17 December – Silverstone (3 hours event)
- Saturday 8 January – Snetterton
- Saturday 21 January – Spa-Francorchamps
- Saturday 4 February – Barcelona
One Hub Racing F1 22 crossplatform
Moving on from Assetto Corsa Competizione, we have got an F1 22 championship hosted by One Hub Racing. This series will be cross-platform, meaning that basically anyone can join from PC, PS or Xbox! Races will be held on Fridays. The series features 10 races on some of the tracks from the real F1 schedule: Shanghai, Portimao, Suzuka, Monza, Sakhir, Singapore, Spa-Francorchamps, Paul Ricard, Montreal and Silverstone.
The first green flag will drop on the 25th of November, while the final race is scheduled on February 10. Drivers will be divided into different tiers. There are also some prizes up for grabs, so make sure to visit the championship page to sign up and read more.