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  • Sports Cars

    by Published on 05-12-2019 11:24 PM
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    The Champion Motorsports Team plans to enter at least two and as many as four drivers, in the upcoming P1 Gaming GT Sprint Series in another really exciting e-sports venture for the community. The series, beginning on Memorial Day weekend will feature a highly competitive Sprint GT format over the Summer and into Fall of 2019. The CMS A-Team will consist of drivers Jon Uyan and JT Tami. David Anderson is registered as a reserve driver and in hopes of forming a CMS B-Team which will also have one open spot for us to add a fourth driver. If anyone is interested in competing with us in the series please inquire as we would like to consider you on the team.

    Here is a preview of the Aston Martin Livery that the team will be running in the Championship



    The series includes a unique format of double race weekends with a 20 minute race to start and a 45 minute race to finish with the focus being on team points. The first race will be at Zandvoort on May 25th and commence for 6 rounds between the end of May and October. Full series schedule is available at:

    https://p1-gaming.de/index.php?pages/p1gtcalendar/

    We will be reporting on team progress and results from each of the rounds here on the forums and also sharing race broadcast information as well.
    by Published on 05-12-2019 11:16 PM
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    2. Sports Cars,
    3. eSports

    The Champion Motorsports esports team participating in the rFactor 2 events with P1 Gaming and the P1LMS Endurance Series took another huge step this past weekend as the team broke into the points for the first time in the ultra competitive series and really tight GTE Class. Led by Drivers Jon Uyan, JT Tami and Vincent Marsh, the team would score a 12th place overall finish in class, and earn 4 points towards the Championship



    The CMS BMW M8 parked on the inside along with the other finishers at Homestead Miama after 6 Hours (above)

    In impressive fashion the young team has now finished all three races that they have fun in to show tremendous resolve and improvement each time out. The team will now have a short break for a few weeks before heading to Estoril for another 6 hour race, where the hope is to get Team Manager David Anderson and key member Matthew Overton back in the car as well.

    A special thanks to Jon Uyan for filling in for the team this week to help round out the lineup as he played a critical role in qualifying and starting the race for us. Also a shout out to JT Tami who jumped out of the car and then immediately into a seat with the sister CMS iRacing Endurance team at COTA where he helped drive our top Alpha Car Ferrari GT3 to a solid finish at Circuit of Americas (COTA).

    Stay tuned to the forums for more information as the prepares to get ready for Estoril in the coming weeks.
    by Published on 05-05-2019 06:10 PM
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    2. Sports Cars,
    3. Special Events,
    4. eSports

    We would like to share a great video from this past weekend's 2.4 Hour of Lemans from the view of some of the streaming participants that jonied us! Check out this great action and collaboration amongst drivers and friends! This is what simracing is all about.

    Watch Highlight: CMS 2.4hr LeMans - Team Horses Arse GTE cars 1 and 2 from jay_TDE on www.twitch.tv
    by Published on 04-15-2019 04:43 AM
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    2. Sports Cars,
    3. Special Events



    We have a fabulous new Le Mans track by Digga released to the rFactor 2 racing community, and what better way christen it than a special event race!

    Date: Sunday, May 5th
    Time: 1 PM EDT, 10 AM PDT. The time is also Euro friendly starting at 5 PM GMT!

    Car set will be the rFactor 2 Endurance Pack
    Classes running will be LMP2 and GTE

    Time compression will be 10x so you will see the entire 24 hour lighting cycle.
    1x on tires
    1x on fuel
    Damage set on 50%
    Rejoin available
    New car available if you crash out
    UNDQ available
    Team or solo drives available
    Open setups
    Custom Skins welcome
    One class for LMP2 and one class for GTE

    The track is available from Digga's link at mega: http://tinyurl.com/y2yozzku

    If you are interested, please add your entry to this thread:
    https://cmsracing.com/champion/forum...MS-2-4-Le-Mans

    Don Fryman has our server up and running for practice! No password so give it a drive!



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    by Published on 04-13-2019 08:29 PM
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    2. Sports Cars,
    3. eSports

    The Champion Motorsports esports rFactor 2 team just recently came back from Virtual UK as they competed in the P1 Gaming 8 Hours of Silverstone. This was the 2nd event for the young team and another great learning experience with some solid gains and another race finish under their belts. The team has now been able to say that they have 20 live hours of full racing under their belts with a previous finish in the Suzuka 12 Hours Followed by this performance at the Silverstone 8 Hours.



    JT Tami Pictured above in our BMW M8 CMS Livery at Silverstone in Qualifying for the 8 Hours (above)

    The driver lineup for Silverstone would consist of JT Tami, David Anderson and Vincent Marsh. Regular Matthew Overton would have to miss the race, and we will look forward to seeing him next time in Homestead Miami. Our focus leading up to the race was on racing and only racing, so it was not a surprise that JT Tami after qualifying would find us 23 of 25 on the Grid. This was short lived however, as JT did a marvelous job moving us up in the first stint into a points position. Things were looking really well until a pop up shower sprung at The Silverstone Circuit that we were not anticipating (lesson learned). This would cause some trouble for the team as most of us did not have many laps in wet weather prep and so it was learning on the fly. David Anderson would take over the car and manage to keep us going, before handing over to Vincent Marsh who did a great job trying to deal with a little bit of damage to the car and work us back up where he could.

    In the end, the finish was not what we had been hoping for, with 20th of 25 in the GTE Class, but it was a great day of learning and opportunity to continue to come together as a team and build upon our experiences. The team has shown resolve and will to finish the races and we are extremely confident the finishes we desire are not far away. We will next race on May 11th in the United States at Homestead Miami Speedway. Look for more updates from the team between now and then and if you are interested in joining us please let us know.

    The full video broadcast replay of the event is located at:
    by Published on 03-03-2019 11:56 PM
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    2. Sports Cars,
    3. Special Events,
    4. eSports



    The newly formed Champion Motorsports esports team came together quickly with a recent formation of a team and entry into the P1 Gaming 12 Hours of Suzuka this past weekend. After a long 12 hours the team has come back to the United States and Canada after the race with the pleasure of a solid finish in our first race. The goals were to have fun and do our best to finish both of which we more than accomplished. The car was running strong and gaining positions up until the very end of the race, including a final few laps path to take 18th in the GTE class. What could have been seen as a far from ideal performance, was definitely not taken that way by the team as it was a very successful maiden outing for a new team, new car, new league, new everything. In the end we were able to beat 7 other class cars and feel very optimistic about our future.

    Full results of the race and team standings are available at:
    https://p1-gaming.de/p1lms/p1lms_TeamStandings.html

    While the team did not score points in our first race, we will be headed back overseas in a few weeks on April 13th to run again in the 8 hours of Silverstone. A track our driver lineup is a little bit more familiar with. Also, with lots of time to prepare and develop the car and a second set of engineering and setup efforts we are feeling very bullish.

    At Suzuka it became clear on many levels the personalities and potential we have in the team. Starting with Matthew Overton, one of is not our most experienced driver in rFactor endurance formats. Matthew came over to us from the LMP Stable at SimHQ Motorsports. Wanting to get back to his roots and desires for running GTE cars, team managers Doug Atkinson at SimHQ and David Anderson were able to strike a deal with the help of Jon Uyan that would allow Matthew to drive under the CMS banner and become a permanent member of the CMS team for this year. This was huge because Matthew would be able to start the race for us, and also get everyone on the team familiar with the rules, procedures and ways of racing with P1 Gaming. Matthew was consistent and solid for us all day at Suzuka and has a great endurance Mindset we can rally around.

    Bill Brehm our senior driver with a tremendous amount of wisdom would also run at Suzuka. Bill held his own on many fronts, and despite some early race jitters and a bring into the pits for a penalty he would keep calm, cool, and give us a solid effort. Equally as important leading up to the race, Bill was instrumental in helping the team get ready with Data and Motec Analysis, deep setup expertise and a great understanding of the technical elements of the car. This was extremely beneficial for our dialing in of the car on short runway, with Bill's leadership.

    Vincent Marsh, our youngest (17 years old) driver on the team and with tremendous energy and potential also logged significant laps at Suzuka. Right from the word go on the team forming Vince has been a breath of fresh air. Tons of ideas, energy and a super positive attitude has been a welcome in the garage. Vince isn't afraid to try things and adapt and is wise beyond his years with maturity. While early in the race Vince struggled and had some issues in the car that we had to overcome, he recovered beautifully later in the race when we needed him the most to get us in a position to gain a few positions at the end. Vince, ran a nearly flawless stint at the end of the race, which was a huge spring board for more things to come.

    JT Tami. No mistake about it JT was and is our A driver right now. JT was quick, consistent and showed incredible race craft at Suzuka. We knew we had a shot at improving on the track with JT in the car, and we wanted him in the car as much as possible. The positions we gained on the track all day long were in large part due to JT's driving. At the end, with only a few laps remaining he pushed hard and got us yet another position to finish 18th of 25th. A never give up fight, and pace we can all aspire to have JT in our number one driver seat.

    For Silverstone we will be making a few changes and tweaks. Bill Brehm is going to step into a development role, and focus for this race and beyond on helping us prepare. He's retiring the gloves from behind the wheel, but we are hoping will still be an instrumental part of the team in our preparation and testing.

    Team Manager David Anderson will drive at Silverstone in Bill's place. Getting his first laps with the team in addition to the important team manager role we will see if David can bring leadership on the track beyond the garage as well.

    We are also recruiting as we would like to add another driver to the group. Additionally we are so excited about this effort that if other drivers at CMS would like to participate we can begin talking about a second car hopefully with interest and demand from the CMS community.


    We will be back with more info on Silverstone as we get ready and cya on the track!
    by Published on 03-01-2019 03:39 PM
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    2. Sports Cars,
    3. Special Events,
    4. eSports

    Tune in bright and early Saturday Morning March 2nd as the Champion Motorsports e-sports team will be competing with rFactor 2 at the P1 Gaming 12 hours of Suzuka!!! Shared here is a link to the live broadcast which starts as early as 6 am Eastern and will run throughout the day! The Champion Motorsports team will be in our GTE BMW M8, and we will be car #66. The team consists of drivers JT Tami, Matthew Overton, Bill Brehm and Vincent Marsh

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