After months of testing, the RCCO World eX was successfully achieved and the series CEO and founder Mike Rockenfeller showed his satisfaction with the competition’s inaugural race.
“The season opener just wets my appetite to see the teams and drivers getting even more familiar with World eX and #RacingForTheClimate going from strength to strength.”Mike Rockenfeller
The champion of tournaments such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans and DTM congratulated the winner of the first eX Prix, Lasse Sørensen, stating that he shows that real-world drivers can defend themselves against esports professionals.
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Similarly, Thomas Voigt, CEO of E-Sports RCCO said they feel excited from the organization of the series to enjoy the season after several months of hard work and days after racks.
“A big thank you goes out to our partners and the entire team of people around the world who have worked together to turn World eX into a reality. Most of them had very long days and shorts nights recently.”Thomas Voigt
Next, you can see the highlight of the first eX Prix of the simulation racing series:
The next installment of World eX will travel across the virtual Atlantic Ocean to Sebring in Florida for the eX Prix of the United States on April 1, broadcast from 20:00 CET.
Written by | Gabriel Sayago