The Red Bull Ring Masters iRacing finals will be broadcast live on Nov. 20 starting at 1 p.m. EST.
Journey to the iRacing finals
The weeks leading up to this event featured in-game racing tracks such as the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park and the Red Bull Ring.
A knockout round happened after these qualifiers, which determined the top eight iRacing drivers who will compete in the finals.
Below are the top eight iRacing drivers:
- Racim Fezoui
- Suellio Almeida
- Andrew Caron
- Phil Bouchard
- Guillaume Lévesque
- Juliano Romagnuolo
- Brandon Hawkin
- Ian Gagnon-Renaud
Red Bull Ring Masters
The Red Bull Ring Masters finals will be broadcast live on the official iRacing Twitch channel. It will kick off on Nov. 20 at 1 p.m. EST.
Competitors will race against each other in the Red Bull Gaming Studio in Toronto. Prizes will include a Pfaff Motorsport Track experience, coaching sessions with Red Bull Racing Esports driver Sebastian Job and a $5,000 upgrade voucher from Advanced SimRacing.
Sebastian Job joined Red Bull’s esports racing team in 2019. Since then, he earned the 2020 Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup Champion title. He also achieved first place in the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain tournament.
“Assuming you got past the qualifiers, you’ve got to learn how to deal with the pressure,” Job said about the upcoming Red Bull Ring Masters iRacing finals. “It’s not a bad thing to be nervous. Nerves can actually make you perform better because [they] sharpen up your body. You know? Your reactions are heightened. You’ve just got to learn how to deal with it.”
— Justin Prince (@JustinPSports) November 18, 2021
“Happy to announce I will be calling the @RedBullCanada Ring Masters National Finals this weekend,” Prince wrote on Twitter. He added that Aero will also be at the Red Bull Gaming Studio to comment on the tournament.