Not just one, but five. I got too carried away, really.
This is a fantasy of mine, a scheme I made that pits some of the hottest rolling stock right now against each other in quick-fire races. This may or may not happen in real life. I sure hope it does.
Right now, the seeding is randomized (full stipulation below), so where they are in the bracket doesn’t really reflect their performance before getting paired.
[All manufacturers can elect to use the highest-performance road tire compounds during the tournament.]
[Two 9-lap, 8-car races determines the seeding positions, with the best place in two 9-lap heats becoming the basis for seeding. Duelo Races are three 3-lap heats, race to 2 victories.]
[The lineup of tracks can be viewed here:]
Round 1: Potrero de los Funes (Argentina)
Round 2: Bathurst (Australia)
Round 3: Batangas (Philippines)
Round 4: Macau (Hong Kong)
Round 5: Suzuka (Japan)
Round 6: Istanbul Park (Turkey)
Round 7: Charade (France)
Round 8: Silverstone (Great Britain)
Round 9: Nordschleife (Germany)
Round 10: Rudskogen (Norway)
Round 11: Spa (Belgium)
Round 12: Portimao (Portugal)
Round 13: Mosport (Canada)
Round 14: Laguna Seca (US West Coast)
Round 15: Watkins Glen (US East Coast)
As this is more of a fantasy and it will take long before the stars align and all tracks and cars are in one game (or Assetto Corsa mods), we shall make do with voting which car will win their respective heats.
We begin racing here.
Potrero de los Funes is an underrated race course; running in a similar vein as Mount Panorama, this 6.1-kilometer circuit is equal parts mountain road and street circuit, with a breathtaking backdrop and one of the best centerpieces any track can wish for: a natural lake. Equal parts fast and technical, the circuit is one that can turn up the excitement level to past 11. Just make sure to double-check your number plate.