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BMW Motorsport and iRacing have teamed up again for the BMW 120!
Featuring the BMW M8 GTE, the first of several of these events will kickoff at Daytona on January 12th at 19:00 GMT. These 120 minute races will be utilizing the same 2 driver team format as the 2019 events, you can look forward to many of these races throughout the 2020 calendar year! Each race will be broadcast by Race Spot and once again featured on the iRacing eSports Network Youtube channel.
This year’s prize package includes cash payouts for the top 3 teams in the top split as well as the winner’s receiving an entry into BMW’s end-of-year sim event in Munich.
Total prizes include:
P1 $1,200 for each driver of the winning pairing + entry at the end-of-year sim event in Munich.
P2 $600 for each driver
P3 $300 for each driver
The event will also showcase the return of Team CATENG featuring BMW Factory Drivers Nicky Catsburg and Phillipp Eng.
The full schedule of the 2020 BMW 120’s is as follows:
January 12 Daytona
March 1 Sebring
May 10 Nürburgring
July 5 Spa Francorchamps
September 20 Road Atlanta
November 8 Interlagos
*This is a team event and requires a minimum and maximum of 2 drivers per team. Fair Share rule is in effect. Travel and accommodation not included. Prizes for top split winners only. If the winning team already has an entry into the BMW end-of-year event, the most recent earned entry will fall to the next team in line that does not have an entry. Event details are subject to change.