The third and final round of the Alpine Esports Series Championship is today, so far it has been outstanding, the grand finale awaits.
A great car packed with a grid of talented sim racing drivers is what the Alpine Esports Series Championship has produced, the final for the series is today with the championship points as close as it can be, who will reign supreme?
Alpine is pleased to share the full details and prizes for the upcoming third and final round of the Alpine Esports Series Championship, which will take place on the 23rd of June 2022.
Amongst the drivers are some of the most skilled and competitive sim racers the scene has to offer, including the current 1st placeholder, with a lead of 64 points, James Baldwin. Drivers will compete for a wide range of prizes including a prize pool of $100,000 in ALPINE Fan Tokens, an Alpine GT4 driving experience, a TRX sim racing rig from Trak Racer and much more.
After an exciting first round taking place on the Circuit de Catalunya track, 24-year-old James Baldwin took the lead, scoring 29 points. It was a close battle for second place, with Luke Whitehead scoring 26 points and George Boothby claiming his 25 points, as well as the third-place spot.
Round two saw the drivers at the Paul Ricard track, with Baldwin extending his lead and gaining 35 points. Still fighting for the second-place position, Whitehead and Boothby came head to head, leaving Whitehead scoring a respectable 14 points, followed by 13 points scored by Boothby.
The final instalment in the series, round three, sees the racers at the world-famous German Nürburgring GP track, voted on by the public with a landslide majority.
Powered by Binance, the winning driver will be awarded Champion of the Alpine Esports Series and will take home $40,000 ALPINE Tokens. The driver in 2nd place will take home $25,000 ALPINE Tokens, and 3rd place will be rewarded with $12,000 ALPINE Token.
Additionally, Binance will be giving away Alpine Fan Token and Alpine will be offering Binance Alpine GT4 Proof of Attendance Protocol (POAP) NFTs. To receive a free POAP NFT, viewers must scan 5 QR codes from each of the 5 live streams leading up to the final race.
The winner will also be awarded with a spectacular Alpine A110 GT4 track day experience. The second-place and third-place drivers will take home goodies from the likes of Trak Racer, BenQ Monitor, Philips Hue and FreeM Simracing. The top 5 drivers will have the opportunity to join Shamir’s Esports R&D Team and be provided with cutting-edge esports glasses technology.
The thrilling conclusion of the Alpine Esports Series Championship will be broadcasted on Alpine’s Twitch and Youtube channels, as well as on Binance Live starting at 8:30pm CEST
James Baldwin – 29 points
Luke Whitehead – 26 points
George Boothby – 25 points
Marko Pejic – 15 points
Andrea Miatto – 14 points
James Baldwin – 35 points
Marko Pejic – 22 points
Andera Miatto – 17 points
Michele Nerbi – 15 points
Luke Whitehead – 14 points
James Baldwin – 64 total points
Luke Whitehead – 40 total points
George Boothby – 38 total points
Marko Pejic – 37 total points
Andrea Miatto – 31 total points
Founded in 1955 by Jean Rédélé, the brand has set itself apart with its French-style sports cars. In 2018, the brand presented the new A110, a sports car faithful to Alpine’s timeless principles of compactness, lightness, agility and driving pleasure. The Alpine Business Unit was created in 2021 and thus became the brand dedicated to innovative, authentic, exclusive sportscars of the Renault Group, benefiting from the heritage and craftsmanship of its historic plant in Dieppe and the Alpine Racing and Alpine Cars teams engineering mastery.