Relive The iRacing 2020 CIS Epic Finale Showdown

The CIS may be on a short break before the season restarts, let’s recap on the epic iRacing 2020 season finale.

We all love great racing in the motorsport world and sim racing should be treated in exactly the same way. In 2020 a great showdown was brewing up throughout the season in the Classic Indycar Series. Featuring great racers from all around the world, the season arrived at the finale, words and script could not outlay what was lined up.

The 2020 Classic Indycar Series season finale has been the closest championship battle in CIS history. Three drivers went into the race with the chance to claim the title. Lucas Laville (Vortex SimRacing) led the championship with 376 points, but drop weeks were not in his favor for the finale. Joshua Chin (Team Chimera) was second in the points with 353 points and every point in the finale would count for him, as he already took all his drop-weeks before. He pretty much had to win the race in order to claim the title. Robert Grosser (Vortex SimRacing) followed closely with 350 points however drop-weeks would affect him even worse than his teammate, making him the clear outsider in this fight.
Team Chimera and Vortex SimRacing were fighting for the team title. Double points spiced up things even more and even for the qualifying, which took place two weeks before the race, bonus points were awarded.

Tune in to re-watch this epic showdown

With the month of May coming to an end with the 105th running of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES 2021 Indy 500 this Sunday, we decided to re-broadcast the 2020 IndyCar Ministry Indy 500 this Sunday, 18:00 GMT on ESTV, production and commentary provided by RaceSpot TV!

About iRacing

Drive officially licensed car replicas engineered from the ground up in cooperation with real-world race teams, applying accurate mechanical and dynamic models.

Go head to head with real drivers all over the world thanks to our skill-based matchmaking and license progression system ensuring competitive racing at all levels.

Race on your own or with a team featuring driver swaps in addition to crew chief and spotter positions!

Whether you want to experience a NASCAR Cup car, a World of Outlaws Sprint car, an open-wheel IndyCar, an Australian Supercar, an IMSA Prototype or Touring Car, or the ultimate: an FIA Grand Prix car, iRacing’s online racing simulations offer them all. All you need is a computer equipped with one or more USB ports, and a digital wheel/pedal, or gamepad backed by a high-speed Internet connection. iRacing does the work for you by organizing and managing more than 80 official racing series, or you can choose to race in more than 400 private leagues or launch your own hosted events.

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