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  • The 2018 Superleague season has finished! Alex Siebel won the final race of the season, in Abu Dhabi.  
  • Alex Siebel has secured his 1st Superleague Driver's Championship by winning the Brazilian Grand Prix!  
  • ACR Zakspeed have retained the Constructor's Championship crown in style with a 1-2 finish at the Brazilian Grand Prix!
  • About Superleague
    The GPVWC Superleague is the league's oldest series having started at the birth of the league in 2000. Superleague contains a fifteen minute qualifying session followed by a race lasting roughly between and hour and a half and two hours. Featuring the fastest cars of the Career Ladder mod featured every year, the rounds take place every other Thursday on Career Ladder weeks.

    The series is not for the rookie driver AND team manager as it aims to be the pinnacle of racing at GPVWC. The cars are the most complex seen in the league and feature an upgrade system which is handled by the managers of the teams. Finances, team personnel, engine suppliers, sponsors and reserve drivers all have a part to play and could lead to huge success or bankruptcy.


    Latest Standings edit
    After Round 18/18

    Drivers' Championship standings
    Pos Driver Points
    1 Germany Alex Siebel 312
    2 Croatia Petar Brljak 258
    3 Estonia Risto Kappet 237
    4 Germany Dennis Jordan 206
    5 Norway Jarl Teien 188

    Constructors' Championship standings
    Pos Constructor Points
    1 England ACR Zakspeed-Valiant 549
    2 Belgium Edge-Quasar 462
    3 Germany Evolution-Valiant 313
    4 England Epic Racing-Martex 261
    5 England Hawkeye-Talos 181

    Selected Image edit

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    The 2016 Superleague field battle around Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit.

    Photo credit: Aurora Designs
    Upcoming Events edit
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    Useful Links
    Superleague seasons 2000 · 2001 · 2002 · 2003 · 2004 · 2005 · 2006 · 2007 · 2008 · 2009 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018
    Superleague World Drivers' Champions Jason Endean ('00) · Christian Neumann ('01) · Mikko Jakonen ('02, '04) · Shiro Ryong ('03) · Steve Elencevski ('05, '06, '07) · Laurentiu Albu ('08) · Joe Consiglio ('09, '11) · Janne Tanskanen ('10) · Lukas Euler ('12, '13) · David Fidock ('14, '16) · Philipp Puschke ('15) · Rudy van Buren ('17) · Alex Siebel ('18)
    Superleague Constructors' Champions A-Racing ('00) · BA Racing ('01) · Mapes-VO ('02, '03, '04) · Bracciano Racing ('05) · FinOz Racing ('06, '07) · Nordsjoen Racing ('08, '09, '10, '16) · Red Archer VRT ('11) · Midnight Motorsport ('12, '13) · CSG Racing ('14, '15) · Vod:Bul Racing / ACR Zakspeed ('17, '18)
    Current Teams ACR Zakspeed · Nordsjoen Racing · Edge Esports · Edonis Engineering · Hawkeye Racing · Red Archer VRT · MadCape Racing Team · Streetfighter Racing Systems · Storm Racing Team · Measuric Racing · Evolution Motorsport · Epic Racing Team · Flag-to-Flag SimRacing · EVAL Simracing Team
    Lists & Categories World Drivers' Champions · World Constructors' Champions · Grand Prix · Pole Positions · Wins · Driver Records · Race reports · Superleague images