Here is all you need to know about entering the 2023 MotoGP Rising Stars Series and getting started.
Do you think you have what it takes to go up against the best new talent out there, here is how to get involved in the 2023 MotoGP Rising Stars Series.
The Championship Format
The Rising Stars Series is comprised of two phases: three Online Regional Challenges and the Online Final.
First of all, the Online Regional Challenges (Qualifiers) will be disputed in time attack mode and the gamers who achieve the fastest lap times will be awarded points. Only the fastest lap times will count and gamers will be awarded points depending on their position in the final classification at the end of each Challenge.
The three Challenges will run through this month and next, with gamers tasked with posting the quickest lap times at three different layouts with three different machines.
Gamers will be divided into three categories, depending on their location. These three are the Americas (North and South), Europe and Africa, and finally Asia and Oceania.
The three players from each region who have the most points after the third and final Challenge will then qualify for the Online Final.
The big change for 2023 is all Online Challenges (and the final) will be disputed using MotoE™ machines. Less than a fortnight on from the dramatic finale of the 2023 MotoE™ World Championship, gamers must use Ducati’s visionary V21L electric machine to set the fastest time on a variety of tracks.
With three gamers qualifying per region, a total of 9 gamers will participate in the Online Final (3 from the Americas, 3 from Europe and Africa, 3 from Asia and Oceania).
The Online Final will comprise of just one race on 3rd November. The Online Regional Final will be online based and disputed on the PC. This race Will be held on a circuit from the 2023 MotoGP™ calendar.