Quoted from an official statement, the e-sports racer from Red Bull KTM team won this year’s title, thanks to his third position in the Sprint session and a pair of epic victories in Race 1 and 2.
In the virtual race for Sprint held at Termas de Rio Hondo Circuit, Jack Hammer4658 finished behind former champions Trast73 and adriaan_26, who respectively finished at P1 and P2.
While Race 1 and Race 2 were each held at the United States’ Circuit (COTA) and Sepang International Circuit Malaysia respectively. Jack emerged as the fastest in both these main race sessions.
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In Race 1, conducted under wet conditions, Jack managed to lead and fend off his three strong competitors, namely davideturrisi06, adriaan_26, and Trast73, who made up the top four list.
Further in Race 2, Jack entered the final race with a 17-point advantage over Trast73 in the provisional standings, he was even more confident to conclude the final match with a solid victory.
This result made Jack Hammer4658 (241 points) lead at the top of the Global Series standings, leading by 27 points over Trast73 (214) and adriaan_26 (202) who ranked third.
After three virtual rounds until now, the final of the MotoGP 2023 Esports Championship was broadcasted live from the Ubeat Live Festival in Barcelona, which took place alongside the grand finals of other Esports, like Iberian Cup League of Legends and Crossfire Cup for eSports championship.
Hosts Jack Gorst and Kiko Giles presented a special 90-minute broadcast, accompanied by MotoGP legend and three-time world champion, Dani Pedrosa.
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