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BMW SIM 120 Cup: Rogers and deJong receive ticket for finale in Munich.

In the second BMW SIM 120 Cup race, the VRS Coanda Simsport team celebrated victory. After 62 laps on the ‘Sebring International Raceway’, closing driver Mitchell deJong was the first to cross the finish line at the wheel of the virtual BMW M8 GTE. His team-mate Josh Rogers, who started from pole position, completed the first stint of the race.

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Maximilian Wenig and Maximilian Benecke, who won the season opener on the ‘Daytona International Speedway’, claimed second place for the Redline team, followed by Patrik Holzmann and Sebastian Job of Red Bull Esports. The two BMW works drivers Philipp Eng and Bruno Spengler made a guest start for the Williams eSports team and finished in 21st and 22nd place with their team-mates Moritz Löhner and André Böttcher.


Rogers and deJong each received a cash prize of 1,200 US dollars. They will now also join Wenig and Benecke as competitors at the BMW SIM Live Event in Munich in December. DeJong was at the first edition of the BMW SIM Motorsport season finale last year – where he won. The next round of the BMW SIM 120 Cup will be held on 10th May, when the best sim racers in the world will compete in their BMW M8 GTEs at the Nürburgring.

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