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The WSCP2 Championship has come to a thrilling conclusion within the THR Simracing community, showcasing intense competition, strategic masterstrokes, and dramatic shifts in the leaderboard. Here’s an in-depth analysis of the championship journey, detailing who led the standings, who surged forward, and how the final standings were determined.

Brands Hatch: The Kickoff

The championship kicked off at Brands Hatch, where Felix789 and FMG started strong, securing 30 and 34 points respectively. However, it was Valentin Knechtel who set the early pace with 31 points, closely following FMG. Nathaniel Stevenson also showed promise with a solid 29 points.

Sebring: Knechtel Takes Charge

At Sebring, Valentin Knechtel delivered a dominant performance, winning the race and securing the maximum 40 points, propelling him to the forefront of the standings. FMG, despite a less stellar performance at Sebring with 29 points, managed to stay in contention. Felix789 faced a setback with a score of 0, which allowed others to gain ground.

Thomson Road: FMG's Comeback

Thomson Road saw FMG making a significant comeback, earning 37 points, which allowed him to challenge Knechtel’s lead. Valentin Knechtel, with 29 points, managed to stay ahead but the gap was narrowing. Felix789 secured 34 points, keeping him in the race for the championship.

Feldbergring: Maintaining Momentum

Feldbergring was another solid race for Valentin Knechtel, earning 31 points. FMG continued to perform well with 37 points, keeping the pressure on Knechtel. Felix789 struggled slightly with 27 points, which began to dampen his championship aspirations.

Mont-Tremblant: Key Performances

At Mont-Tremblant, Knechtel's consistent performance continued with a third-place finish, adding 34 points to his tally. FMG scored 28 points, which helped him stay in the hunt. Felix789 had a strong showing with 37 points, showcasing his resilience and keeping his hopes alive.

Suzuka: The Final Showdown

Suzuka was the stage where the championship momentum swung dramatically. Valentin Knechtel finished in second place with 37 points, maintaining his consistency and adding crucial points to his tally. FMG, finishing third with 34 points, stayed close on his heels. Felix789, however, surged with a remarkable victory at Suzuka, earning the maximum 40 points and putting immense pressure on the top contenders.

Championship Conclusion

Valentin Knechtel emerged victorious, showcasing exceptional consistency and skill throughout the championship. Despite FMG’s relentless pursuit and Felix789’s late surges, Knechtel’s ability to secure points consistently across all tracks made the difference.

Final Standings:

  1. Valentin Knechtel - 173 points
  2. FMG - 171 points
  3. Felix789 - 168 points
  4. Nathaniel Stevenson - 150 points
  5. Stefano Bucci - 128 points

Notable Performances

  • Valentin Knechtel: Demonstrated unparalleled consistency and strategic racing, securing crucial points in every race.
  • FMG: Showed resilience and tactical brilliance, keeping the pressure on Knechtel till the very end.
  • Felix789: Despite a few setbacks, Felix789’s ability to win key races kept him in contention for the championship.
  • Sean D Campbell: Won all races he participated in, but missed 3 out of the 6 race weekends.


The WSCP2 Championship was a spectacle of high-octane racing, strategic depth, and dramatic turns. Each driver brought their unique strengths to the table, making every race a thrilling experience for the THR Simracing community. Congratulations to Valentin Knechtel on a well-deserved championship win and to all participants for an incredible season of racing.

The community eagerly awaits the next season, hoping for more excitement, rivalries, and unforgettable moments on the virtual tracks.

Team Championship

Team Championship Report: WSCP2 Highlights

The WSCP2 Team Championship concluded with Orgallied Racing clinching the title with 283 points, thanks to the exceptional performances of Valentin Knechtel and Flashor. Ecurie Blue Arrows followed closely with 261 points, showcasing strong teamwork from Nathaniel Stevenson and Florian Masse. Sauna Speedsters Racing Team secured third place with 229 points, driven by Kari Uotila and Mika Hakala. Notable mentions include Aggressive Snails and GPLRACER, who rounded out the top five with 210 and 180 points, respectively. Each team's dedication and skill made this season a thrilling experience for all.

Casual Cup

Besides the Top Cup THR also offered a Casual Cup which had a different focus, a more casual one.
But the participants also battled hard on track and had a lot of fun and a great experience.

In the End Axel won the Cup with 157 points over Emil Magnusson with 136.
Steve Hayward claimed the last Podium Position with 94 points.

Many Thanks

THR Orga sends out a huge Thank You to every participant and congratulates every Podium Finisher!

The WSCP2 race at Mont Tremblant was an electrifying event, showcasing the skill and determination of the drivers. With perfect weather and a challenging track, the stage was set for an unforgettable race.

Qualifying Recap

The qualifying sessions saw some intense competition, with the top three qualifiers emerging as follows:

  1. Sean D Campbell in the Nissan R380
  2. Stijn Scheffers in the Nissan R380
  3. Felix789 in the Porsche 906

These drivers set the pace and excitement for what was to be a thrilling race.

Race Highlights

As the race began, the roar of engines and the smell of burning rubber filled the air. Sean D Campbell, starting from pole position, took an early lead, but the competition was fierce right from the start.

Lap 1: Sean D Campbell maintained his lead, with Felix789 and Valentin Knechtel close on his heels. The drivers navigated the twists and turns of Mont Tremblant with precision, each vying for the top spot.

Mid-Race: The race saw several notable incidents. Among them were two high-impact crashes that stood out:

  • phichu experienced a high-impact crash at 65 km/h.
  • DriK had a significant collision with the environment at 52 km/h.

Despite these dramatic incidents, the race continued with intense battles for position.

Final Laps: As the race approached its climax, the battle for the top positions intensified. Sean D Campbell managed to hold onto his lead, but Felix789 and Valentin Knechtel were relentless in their pursuit. The final laps were a display of skill and strategy, with drivers pushing their cars to the limit.

Top 5 Finishers

The race concluded with the following top five finishers, each displaying remarkable endurance and skill:

PositionDriverCarTotal Time
1Sean D CampbellNissan R3801h 00m 20.247s
2Felix789Porsche 9061h 00m 21.108s
3Valentin KnechtelChevron B8 FVA1h 00m 35.443s
4Nathaniel StevensonNissan R3801h 00m 52.497s
5Florian MasseNissan R3801h 00m 53.803s


The WSCP2 race at Mont Tremblant was a spectacular event filled with high-speed action, strategic maneuvers, and dramatic crashes. Congratulations to Sean D Campbell for a well-deserved victory and to all the drivers for their incredible performances. The fans will undoubtedly remember this race for a long time to come.

The historic streets of Monaco played host to an exhilarating race featuring the iconic Lotus 25. The anticipation was palpable as the top qualifiers took their positions on the grid. Leading the pack, Sean D Campbell secured pole position with a stellar qualifying lap, followed closely by FMG and Parrilla.

As the lights went out, the roar of engines filled the air, and the drivers launched into action. Sean D Campbell maintained his lead through the first few corners, demonstrating why he was the top qualifier. FMG and Parrilla were hot on his heels, each maneuvering their cars with precision.

The Race Unfolds

The race was anything but predictable. Early on, a minor collision between FMG and Parrilla added drama to the already intense competition. Both drivers managed to recover quickly, maintaining their positions in the top three. However, it was clear that every driver was pushing their limits on the narrow, twisty circuit of Monaco.

Mid-race saw a significant crash involving chitibangbang36, who lost control and collided with the barriers at a speed of 80 km/h. This brought out the yellow flags, and the safety car was deployed, bunching up the field and setting the stage for a dramatic restart.

Final Laps

As the race entered its final stages, Sean D Campbell continued to lead, but the battle for the remaining podium spots was fierce. FMG, having recovered from his earlier incident, was pushing hard to overtake Parrilla. The tension was high, and the drivers' skills were put to the ultimate test.

In the end, it was a display of sheer driving prowess as the top finishers crossed the line. Despite the challenges and the fierce competition, the race concluded with thrilling results.

Top 5 Finishers

1Sean D Campbell1:01:12.995

The Monaco GP once again proved why it's one of the most prestigious and challenging races on the calendar. The drivers showcased exceptional skill, and the Lotus 25 added a touch of nostalgia to this modern-day classic.

Welcome to THRs newest Formula One Championship which travels through the Golden Decades of Racing.

Embark on a high-speed journey through time with THR, as we pay homage to the golden eras of Formula One racing. Our newest championship series is designed to celebrate the evolution, innovation, and sheer excitement of F1, by bringing some of the most iconic and groundbreaking machines to the virtual track.

The Legends Line-Up:

  • The Pioneering Power: Auto Union Type C (1930s): Begin your journey with the thunderous Auto Union Type C, a pre-war marvel whose supercharged 6.0 Liter V16 engine redefined power while Auto Union also pioneered the mid-engine layout in top-level GP racing decades before it became the norm in Formula 1. Experience the raw, unbridled power of an era when racing was as much about bravery as it was about pioneering a multitude of engineering approaches.
  • The Classic Contender: Maserati 250F (1950s): Step into the 1950s, a decade where elegance met aggression on the race track. The Maserati 250F, with its legendary front-engine layout and sleek design, invites you to master the art of precision and grace under pressure.
  • The Revolutionary Racer: Lotus 25 (1960s): Embrace the groundbreaking Lotus 25! The first fully monocoque chassis in F1 doubled the preceiding Lotus 18's torsional rigidity while reducing weight at the same time. After Cooper's first mid-engined F1 car from 1958, Chapman's Lotus 25 monocoque embodied the second major engineering revolution of Formula 1. This car laid the chassis engineering foundation for all subsequent generations of Formula 1 cars in the quest for lighter, and faster machines.
  • The Transversal Titan: Ferrari 312T (1970s): The 70s roar to life with the Ferrari 312T, a masterpiece of balance and V12 power. Born into the era of the third revolution that brought downforce-oriented aerodynamics into Formula 1, the Ferrari 312T was notable for an engineering decision in the drivetrain. It was fitted with a transversally-mounted gearbox to move the chassis balance forward and lower the polar moment of inertia, and this formula quickly proved to be a huge success. The 312T series kept evolving throughout the later part of the decade and took the Scuderia with the Cavallino Rampante to 4 World Championships, standing as a beacon of adaptability and technical excellence.
  • The Powerhouse Prodigy: Lotus 98T (1980s): The adrenaline-fueled 80s await with the Lotus 98T, a turbocharged beast that encapsulates the excess and innovation of its decade. Feel the surge of its raw power and face the challenge of taming such an untamed force.
  • The Technological Triumph: McLaren MP4/6 (1990s): Conclude your journey in the 90s with the McLaren MP4/6, an era-defining machine that balances power, aerodynamics, and electronic advancements. This is where technology and talent meet to set new standards in racing excellence.

The Challenge Awaits:

Prepare to harness these titans of the track, each a legend in its own right, representing the pinnacle of its decade's technological and competitive spirit. Our championship isn't just a race; it's a time-traveling adventure that celebrates the relentless human spirit to push boundaries, innovate, and race beyond the limits.

Join us at THR for an unforgettable championship that transcends time, where history is not just remembered, but relived. Rev your engines, for the golden decades of Formula One are calling. Are you ready to make history?

Detailed Information about our GP History Cup

In the annals of vintage sim racing, the GPL 6 Main Championship at THR stands out as a remarkable testament to the spirit of competition and camaraderie reminiscent of the Gentleman Drivers era. This championship, a battleground for Pro drivers, was more than just a series of races; it was a celebration of skill, strategy, and the sheer passion for motorsport, all played out on the virtual reincarnations of some of the most iconic tracks in racing history.

From the high-speed straights of Monza to the challenging curves of the Nordschleife, drivers battled not just against each other, but against the legacy of the tracks themselves. The championship was structured to reward not just the victors but also to recognize the consistency and effort of all participants, with a points system that ensured every position fought for on the track had value.

At the pinnacle of this intense competition were five drivers whose performances were nothing short of spectacular, each with their own narrative of triumph and perseverance.

Simone Porcu, in his Lotus 49, demonstrated an unrivaled comeback story. Despite not starting in the initial races, Porcu's unyielding determination saw him dominating the latter half of the season. His series of victories, accumulating to a total of 271 points, was a testament to the fact that in racing, the final victory is reserved for those who never give up.

Pete Bondurant, another Lotus 49 enthusiast, showcased the power of consistency. With strategic placements and a keen sense of the races, Bondurant amassed 255 points. His journey was a blend of calculated risks and consistent performance, proving that in the long run, reliability can rival sheer speed.

FMG, behind the wheel of the Honda RA300, emerged as the championship's dark horse. With a total of 239 points, his journey was marked by high finishes and strategic recoveries, especially notable after a race where he scored no points. His performance underscored the championship's unpredictability and the ever-present opportunity for redemption.

Pitman, also in a Lotus 49, displayed a masterclass in strategic racing throughout the championship. His approach, focusing on consistency over outright speed, paid dividends, earning him a place among the elite with 224 points. Pitman's season was marked by intelligent racecraft and an ability to capitalize on the opportunities presented by the unpredictable nature of racing.

Kari Uotila's season was a masterclass in perseverance. In the competitive cockpit of his Lotus 49, Uotila's steady accumulation of points, culminating in a total of 221, illustrated the adage that consistency is key, and every race is an opportunity to edge closer to the top.

Detailed Results from every Race Weekend can be found here:

All Races can be rewatched via this playlist:

The GPL 6 Main Championship was more than just a competition; it was a homage to the golden era of racing, where the respect among drivers was as important as the races themselves. Each participant, especially the top five finishers, embodied the essence of this bygone era, proving that even in the virtual world, the spirit of motorsport is very much alive and thriving. This championship wasn't just a series of races; it was a chapter in the ongoing story of racing, where passion, skill, and respect for the sport and its history continue to drive competitors to new heights.

In the realm of vintage sim racing, the GPL 6 Casual Cup carved out its unique niche, offering a blend of competitive edge and lighthearted camaraderie. Hosted by THR, this championship became a playground for casual drivers, who, while serious about their racing, also valued the joy and fun inherent to the sport. With a diverse lineup of iconic cars like the Lotus 49, Honda RA300, and Ferrari 312, the championship was a throwback to the golden era of motorsport, albeit with a casual twist.

Manu Castagneti emerged as the undeniable star of the championship, steering his Lotus 49 to an impressive series of victories. His dominance was not just about speed; it was about precision and consistency, traits that earned him a whopping 314 points and the top spot on the podium. Castagneti's performance was a masterclass in how to maintain composure and exhibit skill, even in a relaxed racing atmosphere.

Not far behind, Ingroover, in the Honda RA300, showcased a blend of tactical racing and raw speed to secure second place with 281 points. His journey was marked by a rocky start but soon evolved into a tale of redemption and determination, as he climbed the ranks to become a formidable contender.

Ian McIlroy's Ferrari 312 was a familiar sight on the podium, with McIlroy's strategic driving and keen sense of the competition earning him 269 points and a well-deserved third place. His ability to navigate through the pack and secure crucial points in each race was a testament to his racing acumen.

Sebastian Fariña and Telmo Amaral rounded out the top 5, each with their own narrative. Fariña, despite facing early setbacks and not participating in several races, managed to amass 165 points, highlighting the impact of perseverance. Amaral's journey to 150 points was a story of steady progress and making every race count, proving that in the Casual Cup, every driver had the chance to shine.

Detailed Results from every Race Weekend can be found here:

The GPL 6 Casual Cup was more than just a series of races; it was a celebration of the spirit of vintage racing, where the thrill of competition met the joy of participation. It was a reminder that in the world of sim racing, the essence of motorsport— the camaraderie, the passion, and the sheer fun of racing— remains alive and well.

At the heart of an electrifying race, the circuit bore witness to a dramatic battle for supremacy among the top drivers, each vying for the coveted top positions. The initial grid was led by Simone Porcu in the Lotus 49, with Phil Noobson in the Ferrari 312 and Pete Bondurant, also in a Lotus 49, following closely. This set the stage for a thrilling contest that unfolded over the laps that followed.

Throughout the race, the lead changed hands multiple times, with each driver showcasing their skills and strategy to gain an advantage. Simone Porcu, starting from pole position, demonstrated exceptional control and pace, managing to fend off challenges and maintain a significant presence at the forefront of the race. His performance was not just about speed but also about consistency, which was evident in his fastest lap of 1:44.967, a testament to his exceptional driving prowess.

Pete Bondurant, who started third, put up a fierce fight, pushing his Lotus 49 to its limits. His determination was visible in his relentless pursuit of the leader, marked by his best lap time of 1:45.234. Bondurant's strategy and skill allowed him to navigate the track's complexities with precision, ensuring he remained a constant threat to the leaders.

Florian Masse, in the Ferrari 312, displayed a commendable performance, climbing from his starting position to secure a place among the top finishers. His race was characterized by strategic overtaking and consistent lap times, with his best lap being 1:45.740. Masse's ability to maintain his pace and capitalize on opportunities as they arose was crucial to his success in the race.

Stefano Bucci, also behind the wheel of a Lotus 49, showcased his racing acumen by making significant gains during the race. Starting further down the grid, Bucci's aggressive yet calculated approach saw him navigating through the field to finish among the top competitors. His best lap time of 1:45.661 was indicative of his speed and ability to keep up with the front runners.

Pitman, piloting another Lotus 49, rounded out the top finishers with a commendable drive. Starting from a mid-field position, Pitman's consistent performance and strategic decisions on the track saw him making up positions to finish in a commendable place. His best lap time of 1:45.869 highlighted his capability to compete at the highest level.

This race was not just about speed but also about the strategic nuances that come with motorsport. Each driver's approach to tire management, pit stops, and overtaking played a significant role in their final standings. The race was a testament to the skill, strategy, and sheer determination of the drivers, making it a memorable event for fans and participants alike.

The summary table below encapsulates the triumphs and challenges of the top 5 finishers, offering a snapshot of their performance in this gripping race:

NameCarTotal TimeBest Lap
Simone PorcuLotus 4960:12.5191:44.967
Pete BondurantLotus 4960:19.4491:45.234
Florian MasseFerrari 31260:30.3821:45.740
Stefano BucciLotus 4960:33.8991:45.661
PitmanLotus 4960:34.4771:45.869

This table reflects not only their achievements in terms of timing but also their resilience and adaptability in the face of the dynamic challenges presented by the race.

The Brands Hatch Circuit was the battleground for the electrifying inaugural race of the WSC Championship, drawing fans and enthusiasts to witness the clash of the titans in the Prototype 2 class, featuring marvels like the Chevron B8 FVA, Nissan R380 II, and Porsche 906E. The legendary circuit, provided a fitting arena for the high-speed duel, encapsulating the essence of vintage racing with a modern twist.

From the starting grid, the air was thick with anticipation as 27 drivers, with the likes of Adam Keefe, Parrilla, FMG, and Valentin Knechtel, revved their engines, eyeing the coveted podium spots. The track, spanning 3.888 km, was set for a 60-minute showdown under clear skies, with a gentle breeze setting the stage for a race that would be etched in the annals of the WSC Championship.

The Podium Titans

Adam Keefe, displaying a masterclass in precision and control, surged past the competition to clinch the top spot. His performance was a blend of raw speed and tactical prowess, ensuring his name would be the first engraved in the WSC Championship legacy.

Parrilla followed closely, securing the second position with a drive that was nothing short of spectacular. His ability to navigate the twists and turns of the Brands Hatch Circuit, while keeping the pressure on Keefe, was a testament to his skill and determination.

FMG rounded out the top three, showcasing resilience and consistency. Despite the challenges, FMG's strategic maneuvers and adept handling of the vehicle ensured a place on the podium, highlighting the competitive spirit that defines the WSC Championship.

Valentin Knechtel, despite setting the fastest lap with a blistering time of 01:36.571, encountered challenges that tested his mettle, ultimately securing the fourth position. His performance, marked by moments of brilliance, set the stage for a thrilling rivalry in the races to come.

Looking Forward

The inaugural race of the WSC Championship at Brands Hatch was a thrilling opener that had everything from edge-of-your-seat overtakes to the heartbreak of mechanical failures. As the dust settles on the track, the focus shifts to the upcoming races, with fans and competitors alike eager for more high-speed action. The podium finishers have set a high bar, but in the world of racing, every new race is an opportunity for glory. The WSC Championship is poised to be a battleground for the fastest and the bravest, where legends are made and dreams are either realized or shattered in the blink of an eye.

Race Results
Top Cup:
Casual Cup:

Driver Championship

1Adam Keefe40

Team Championship

1Orgallied Racing59
2Ecurie Blue Arrows54
3TH Racing41

Complete Standings
Casual Cup:

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