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Wings & Scorpix qualify for Sim Racing WC


Africa is set to be represented at the maiden edition of the Sim Racing World Cup by Algerian Wings and Scorpix of Côte d’Ivoire.

From 13,171 laps driven, Wings and Scorpix finished with one of the top 10 lap times, which sees the two move on to the Grand Finals of the competition to be held in Monaco on October 23.

Below are the 10 drivers and 10 federations who will join Monaco and Slovakia at the Grand Finals of the 2022 Sim Racing World Cup;

Hungary1:33.197David Toth
Slovenia1:33.329Jernej Simoncic
Spain1:33.336Pedro Sanchez
Thailand1:33.561Thanathip Tanalapanan
New Zealand1:33.733Ewan Baker
Colombia1:34.036Samuel Acosta
Ivory Coast1:34.052Scorpix

The maiden edition of the Sim Racing World Cup is organised by the Monaco Esports Federation (MEF) with support from the International Esports Federation (IESF).

The competition will see the 12 best sim racers from across the globe compete in Monaco at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco on October 23, with a prize pool of €4,000 ($4073.40) up for grabs.

The 2022 Sim Racing World Cup will be held during the SPORTEL Awards, a prestigious event and international competition whose aim is to reward the best sports sequences of the past year, during a prestigious ceremony which brings together many Olympic champions, sports celebrities and now, esports.

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