22 Laps , 154.0 km
TBA+ Liters suggested. Always check with your own driving

7.0 km, ~1.83 Liters per lap

Please read the rules below and help us make it an enjoyable event to drive and watch, Thank You .

  • No active overtakes until after Eau Rouge/Radillion, magenta in the map above.
    Long race with many passing opportunities. New unfamiliar, car.
    Let’s play it extra safe through the Eau Rouge so that the pack can stay together and offer a great show for the remaining 45 minutes.

    Think about safety first and foremost. You will not lose places… and you will not be able to gain anything.
    Plenty of overtaking opportunities in the rest of the race. Really no reason to take risks when an accident can wipe out the field.
  • Plenty of overtaking opportunities during the race. No need to take risks, especially early on or in a pack of cars.
  • Les Combes, at the end of the straight after the Eua Rouge, is a known trouble spot in lap 1, be careful.
  • There are often contacts at the chicane, please be careful there.
  • Remember that you will reach the braking zone with added speed when in a draft, needing to brake earlier
  • Do not drive off-track voluntarily. Avoid getting 1x on purpose.
    Thank you for playing fair !
  • Please remember that this is a charity event. Try to win, but not at all costs.
    Everyone has a chance to win the cash prizes, regardless of final position.
    Do your best to make it fun, entertaining and exciting for drivers and viewers.
    The worst you can do is causing an accident in the early race, of course.
  • When the race is over, please slow down, bunch up and drive to the pitlane.
    Let’s give a good shot to the broadcasters. Thank you !

    The rules are simple but please read them; not respecting them may prevent you from winning the cash prizes.


  • No blocking. This is defined as ‘moving in reaction’ trying to impede your opponents.
    It is defending if you move before the car behind you.
    It is blocking if you move after the car behind you.
  • No dive bombing.
    Passing is easy on the track, really no need to dive bomb.
  • Take it easy at race start.
    The goal is to get going safely and get in line. You must not attempt to gain places.
    Do not try to get a great start on the lights, it is unnecessary risky
  • No lane change at the start, at least until the first corner and longer if necessary.
    Stay in your lane and try to maintain a constant distance from the car in front. No sudden braking, do not drive faster than the cars ahead of you.
    If by doing so you pass cars in the other lane, perhaps because they had a slow start, it is fine. However, you must not attempt to outbrake others or take advantage of the situation to gain places
    Always go for the safest action. If a car in front of you has a very slow start it is ok to pass it.
  • Be careful about the concertina effect braking for slow corners in the early race.
    Try to be as smooth as possible, with gradual braking and no sudden changes, but expect to have to slow down a lot, especially later in the field.
  • Respect blue flags – which means helping the leaders through when safe, but do not expect lapped cars to immediately pull over
  • No chat in qualify and race, it is welcome in practice sessions
    You can get more details in the iGPFun League Rules page, but the above is enough to have a smooth and fun event.
    Thank you for reading this !

How to join the race

  • Only registered ‘week 13 big grid events’ league members can join the server.
    You must register asap for the league; we cannot guarantee drivers will be accepted after sunday morning GMT.

    Join the race from the ‘league sessions’ page. No password needed.
    You can see the race start time in your local time zone at:
    Please be careful for the switch to summer time in North America

    Important: only league members can see the session, which will be created when the new seasons starts in iRacing.

    There are 90 minutes of free practice session
    30 minutes of open qualify
    28 laps race, about 45 minutes.


The race is broadcast live on youtube.
Please advertise it, the more the merrier 🙂

Every Sunday we get together in discord to watch the race broadcast, starting at midnight Europe, usually 6pm US East Coast. Join us if you have the time.

Watch the race Live

You can watch last season race (Daytona at Night) at the link below.