European SimRacing Masters

The ESM (European SimRacing Masters)  is born as the natural evolution of the previous ‘Liga Nacional Assetto Corsa’ (LNAC), with the aim of providing SimRacers with the best competition experience using the most complete online competition SimRacing simulator: iRacing.

The competition increases its scope to a European level, incorporates our own punctuation system (DPR) based on the levelling of each driver ability, and will be broadcasted both in English and Spanish.

Dual streaming

Season Kick-Off January 2020

6000 euros in cash prizes

Competition at  European level

Competition

iRacing

The most complete online SimRacing simulator

Competition timing

Along 2020

15 Grand Prix divided in 3 stages with 5 Grand Prix each

Driver Performance Rating

Scoring system through the levelling of each driver ability

(owned and developed by ACi e-Sports)

Competition at a Driver and Racing Team level

(Ranking based on DPR system)

Competition 2

ACi e-Sports Regulation

Specific regulation for the ESM under ACi e-Sport’s regulatory framework

Grand Prix Date:

Sunday

from 19:30 CEST

Difficulty Increase

(between each stage and vehicle used)

Vehicles change in every stage and tracks change in every Grand Prix

Unlimited number of Racing Teams registrations

Official Calendar ESM

Stage 1

TrackDate
Gilles Villeneuve January 26th, 2020
Lime Rock Park February 9th, 2020
Okayama February 23th, 2020
Laguna Seca March 8th, 2020
Donington ParkMarch 22nd, 2020
VehicleGlobal Mazda MX-5 CUP

Stage 2

TrackDate
Road AmericaApril 19th, 2020
Spa-FrancorchampsMay 3rd, 2020
SilverstoneMay 17th, 2020
Nürburgring GPMay 31st, 2020
SuzukaJune 14th, 2020
VehiclesGTE

Stage 3

TrackDate
Oran Park Raceway – Grand Prix CircuitSeptember 20th, 2020
Virginia International – Full CourseOctober 4th, 2020
Mount Panorama CircuitOctober 18th, 2020
Canadian Tire Motorsports ParkNovember 8th, 2020
Phillip Island CircuitNovember 22nd, 2020
VehiclesV8 Supercars

Official European SimRacing Masters Broadcasting Channel

ESM – Languages available during broadcast

Registration

Registration for first GP ends in:

Registration price

  Entire season (15 GPs)
Individual Driver Registration of an individual driver FREE
Use of custom livery for and individual driver 10 € per stage
(Total 30 € if participating in three stages)
 
  Entire season (15 GPs)
Team Registration of a team (single payment per season) – Includes the registration of the first driver 72 €
Registration of the second driver to a team + 30 €
Registration of the third driver to a team + 24 €
Registration of the fourth driver to a team + 24 €
TOTAL PER TEAM WITH 4 DRIVERS 150 €
TOTAL PER GP FOR TEAM WITH 4 DRIVERS 10.0 €
  1. All prices include indirect taxes that may apply.
  2. Registrations are made for the entire season, regardless of the stage in which they are made.
  3. Once the express consent necessary for the registration has been made, and the payment materialized, it will be understood that the execution of the service has begun and, therefore, the right of withdrawal will be lost, in accordance with the provisions of the current legislation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Teams and drivers who send us a tax residence certificate issued by the Tax Authorities from other country which evidences that their tax residence is placed abroad will not pay VAT but the indirect taxes that may be applied in their country to the services rendered by ACi e-Sports. The tax residence certificate must be sent in its original version together with a translation into Spanish or English.

Meanwhile, if we do not receive that census certificate we must apply the most conservative approach and charge VAT to our clients, on the assumption that their tax residence is located within the VAT territory.

Teams and drivers who send us a census certificate issued by the Tax Authorities which evidences that their tax residence is placed at the Canary Islands will not pay VAT but IGIC (Canarian Indirect Tax) applicable to the services rendered by ACi e-Sports.

Meanwhile, if we do not receive that census certificate we must apply the most conservative approach and charge VAT to our clients, on the assumption that their tax residence is located within the VAT territory.

The season includes 15 GPs divided into 3 stages, with 5 GPs each. Each stage will run with a different category, being these:

  • first stage with the Mazda MX-5 CUP
  • second stage with the GTE category (Ford GT – 2017, Ferrari 488 GTE, Porsche 911 RSR and BMW M8 GTE)
  • third stage with the V8 Supercars 2019 (Holden ZB Commodore and Ford Mustang GT).

Teams do not have this cost as it is included in the registration fee, but individual pilots who wish to use a personalized livery must request it and pay the amount of € 10 per stage to use it.

The livery contributed by individual pilots cannot make reference to any team since we understand that a pilot is individual and he represents himself.

Registering a team has a cost of 42 euros, and adding pilots to it has a cost of: 30 euros for the first pilot, 30 euros for the second pilot, 24 euros for the third pilot and 24 euros for the fourth pilot.

This registration is done once for the entire season.

If a team enrolls during the second or third stage, it will have a price reduction.

  • assignment of custom liveries for your pilots
  • Management of a private channel in Discord, where both pilots and people who contribute to the team (spotter, engineers …) can enter
  • guaranteed participation in all GPs and option of economic prize for the top 10.

Some examples

  • A team with only one driver would have to pay 72 euros to compete all season, or what is the same, 4.8 euros per GP.
  • A team with four drivers would have to pay 150 euros to compete all season, or what is the same, 2.5 euros per GP and pilot.

An individual driver is one who participates representing himself, his registration is free, but to participate in each GP must be classified among the fastest in qualifying.

A team is a group of 1 to 4 riders who participate representing the team, their registration is paid, so the team drivers have guaranteed participation in all GPs regardless of the time they make in qualifying.

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