About the DSRC

After a successful first season the DMSB SimRacing Championship heads into season 2 with 8 races on the calendar and cars from the GTE class.


The first DMSB simracing series is launched. We look forward to exciting and fair races with you within Germany's highest motorsport rating.

The DSRC Organisation

The Nürburgring eSports team will host the DSRC for the next three years. Located on the most famous race track in the world, the team would like to offer you exciting and fair digital motorsport. Our goal is to establish SimRacing to a size in Germany.

DMSB SimRacing Championship

The first fully digital racing series with the quality seal of the German Motor Sport Association is in the starting blocks for season 2. In the 2nd season, a total of eight events will be held online. A live event is planned for the end of the season as soon as the Covid-19 situation allows. In 2020 the first German SimRacing champion was crowned. Lukas Gabler was able to secure this prestigious title. In addition to points and placements, participants can also look forward to attractive prize money, which is paid out at each event. The six races in 2020 were held in the simulation iRacing on GT3 vehicles. For the 2021 season, both format and vehicle selection will be adjusted. You can find more information in the team area.

The qualification this year is very easy. All named drivers can take part in the shootout qualification free of charge. The qualification races in February allow each driver 3 races, with the 30 best in points qualifying for the championship. In the qualification process, the acquisition of a SimRacing license via compulsory e-learning is also required.

In the Simracing Championship there will be one race over 90 minutes per event in 2021.

DSRC Spring Cup

The DMSB SimRacing Championship (DSRC) started in April with three pilot races, called the DSRC Spring Cup. In addition to the opening race on the Imola circuit on 9th April, the schedule included races in Spa-Francorchamps on April 23rd and in Zandvoort on May 7th. While in the preliminary rounds GTE cars were used in the iRacing Simulation, in the actual championship season there will be GT3 cars.

A license requirement similar to the championship does not yet apply to the Spring Cup. The three winners of the races were rewarded with direct qualification for the DSRC, while the runners-up and third place finishers were granted advantages in qualifying for the new series.

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