Microsoft and Gfinity have revealed the complete racing
schedule for the Forza Racing World
Championship finals being hosted in London, England on the weekend of
We’re just one week away until the biggest and most exciting
Forza esports event in history, as 24 of the best drivers on Forza
Motorsport 7 will come together in the English capital to battle it out for
their share of the $100,000 prize pool – the largest in
Forza history, as well as the title of the 2018 Forza Racing World Champion.
As revealed on the Forza Racing World Championship Preview
Show earlier this week, the full schedule of races for next weekend has been
made public. These were voted on by viewers as the show aired live this past
Wednesday, and the variables included the tracks to be raced on, their associated
weather conditions, and the cars that will be used by drivers. You can check
out the final schedule below, as posted by Gfinity earlier today.
The Forza Racing World Championship finals will be hosted
live from the Gfinity Arena in London, England at 6pm BST on both Saturday,
October 20th and Sunday, October 21st on the official ForzaRC channels,
including watch.forzarc.com, where you
can win exclusive in-game prizes for Forza Motorsport 7, as well as Mixer and Twitch.
The broadcast on both days will be hosted by Lottie
Van-Praag and Andy Dudynsky. They will be joined by Alie Tacq and Scott Cole on
the casting panel, alongside special guest John Hindhaugh – considered by many
Voice of Le Mans.’ Forza Community Manager Brian Ekberg and YMTV’s Aaron
Martin Pilkington will also be on-site to provide an in-depth analysis of the
Want to experience the thrill and excitement of the ForzaRC
in-person? Tickets are now available for purchase at £15 from Eventbrite. You
can learn more on the official
ForzaRC Gfinity website, which also has details on the venue and location,
as well as local accommodation, transport, places to eat, drink, and more.
Those following the action from home can check out the
2018 season leaderboard for a rundown on how the top drivers have been performing
all season. Noble’s own Robin
“b0x” Betka is currently leading the charge, followed by Aurélien “Laige”
Mallet of G2 Esports, Phelipe “ZooM”
Reis of Sauber Esports, Gary “Mitch” Mitchell of Williams
Esports, and Taylor “Lightning” Stomski of TX3 – who make up the top five
global drivers on the 2018 leaderboard.
For a recap of the ForzaRC action so far in 2018, check out
our in-depth stories on the Pre-Season
Invitational from March, the Series
1 Playoffs in Seattle, WA from June, and the Series 2 Playoffs
in Mexico City from only a few weeks ago at end of September. The 2018 season
of the Forza Racing Championship has been the most intense and exciting one yet,
delivering plenty of memorable moments and unmissable racing action. It’ll all culminate
in London next weekend for the world finals, and it’s one you most certainly
will not want to miss.
Alan is the co-founder and co-owner of FullThrottle Media. As someone who enjoys spending all his free time playing video games, he keeps the website updated with new and relevant content, including news stories, reviews and opinion pieces for the games he likes writing about the most. He also tweets too much, probably.