Team Suzuki and Andrea Iannone were the ultra-competitive combination for the ultimate online Challenge, and three more of the fastest riders on MotoGP™17 are now preparing for the showdown.
The Australian Grand Prix Circuit at the scenic Phillip Island location was pre-set to Dry conditions, just like race day at the weekend, and those vying for the top place on the timesheets used every advantage the fast and furious track had to offer.
At the very pointy end of the eSports Championship, the worlds quickest player was THEFUGIA (Spain), who set a time faster than real-life racing, with a 1:23.203. New to the Top 10 of the past five Challenges, THEFUGIA burst through the bubble of talent to
Coming in a hot 0:00.17 seconds behind the first placing Spaniard was LUIGI48GP (Italy). LUIGI48GP has been a star of three other challenges so far, with an astounding fastest five result at Jerez, Misano, and Aragon – before picking up a place in the Grand Final with Phillip Island.
Joining THEFUGIA, as a new competitor to the championship standings as well, was third placing TIMOTHYMCGARDEN (Germany). The first and only German player to make it through to Valencia, TIMOTHYMCGARDEN is also the last contender now fighting for the inaugural eSports crown.
The world of MotoGP™ eSports now prepares for the showdown. The LIVE Grand Final will be held November 10 in Valencia, at the season closer of the 2017 FIM MotoGP Championship.
To find out more head to: https://esport.motogp.com/