At 18 years previous, Kita is the youngest winner to this point within the digital racing collection for zero-emission sports activities automobiles. Second place went to Nico Müller from
the NIANCO esports workforce.
The 1,00Zero-hp electrical racing automobiles reached prime speeds of greater than 350 km/h at Monza. The spectators have been handled to the anticipated slipstream battles, however much more decisive was the braking on the three chicanes.
Nearly all the Degree 1 head-to-head battles have been determined within the chicanes and largely with moments of contact. Solely Alen Terzic (BS+COMPETITION) and Fabrice Cornelis (Esports Group WRT) had clear races with Terzic setting the quickest time in Degree 1, forward of world championship chief Lasse Sørensen (TK9 E-SPEED), each securing pole place for his or her respective Degree three races.
#20, Yifey Ye, Absolute Racing (professional), #32, Dries Vanthoor, Esports Group WRT (professional), #28, Thomas Schmid, NIANCO esports (esports
Photograph by: VCO
Degree 2 was hectic, as ordinary, with Martin Štefanko (Williams Esports) successful the race head of Yifei Ye (Absolute Racing), whereas Ye’s teammate Michi Hoyer, Liam de Waal (Patrick Lengthy Esports), Nicolas Hillebrand (Biela Racing Group EURONICS) and Gordon Mutch (R8G Esports) have been eradicated.
Lasse Sørensen took a commanding win in his Degree three race after Spa winner Bruno Senna (Williams Esports) went straight within the first chicane proper after the beginning, however nonetheless completed third. Beitske Visser (BS+COMPETITON) was preventing with virtually each different driver on the grid, bringing residence a well-deserved third place.
Degree three was a nightmare for Alen Terzic, who crashed out of the lead of his Degree three race after contact with World eX newcomer Lasse Bak, who raced for TK9 E-SPEED for the primary time. Bak was handed a yellow card, which didn’t assist Terzic, who was out after Degree three. Bruno Senna had a loopy Degree four race when he spun within the second chicane. He dropped to fifth, however was in a position to profit from a last-lap tangle between Beitske Visser and Yifei Ye.
#7, Lasse Sørensen, TK9 E-SPEED (professional)
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Lasse Bak had a nasty begin within the Degree four race of the esports racers, however it obtained even worse for the Dane on the second lap, when he went onto the grass on the first chicane after preventing with Martin Stefanko and Risto Kappet (R8G ESports). In Degree 5, pole sitter Lasse Sørensen made a uncommon mistake by leaping the beginning. He completed second behind Luca Kita, however a 5-second penalty dropped him down the order, permitting NIANCO’s Nico Müller to qualify for the Tremendous Ultimate.
The 1-lap shoot-out for the general victory was determined within the first chicane, when Luca Kita and Nico Müller made contact and the NIANCO driver crashed into the limitations. 18-year-old Luca Kita from Germany went on to win the eX Prix of Italy, giving the esports racing workforce of five-time Le Mans winner and former DTM champion, Frank Biela, its first victory within the collection.
Nico Müller and Martin Štefanko accomplished the rostrum – the primary for NIANCO within the RCCO World eX Championship. With two races to go, six drivers have certified for the grand finale on the Nürburgring Nordschleife with Lasse Sørensen nonetheless main the standings. TK9 E-SPEED continues to guide the groups’ championship forward of Williams Esports.
#51, Nico Müller, NIANCO esports (professional)
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“I’m very pleased having lastly received a race in World eX,” mentioned Luca Kita after defeating Nico Müller within the Tremendous Ultimate. “We went two by two into the primary chicane. There was not a lot area and my automobile was half on the gravel. We touched just a few extra occasions and he spun. I’m pleased on one hand, however a bit sad on the opposite. The races earlier than this have been a lot enjoyable and all very clear. So, it’s a bit a disgrace it ended like this.” Nico Müller was nonetheless pleased to complete runner-up in what was simply his second race within the RCCO World eX Championship. “I’ve not been in a position to make investments as a lot time as I might have preferred to in esports racing,” mentioned the DTM driver.
“However, we’re right here for a long-term undertaking. It’s good to mix esports racing with the message of sustainability.”
2021 RCCO World eX Championship – #ItalianeXPrix Outcomes
1st #11 Luca Kita (D) Biela Racing Group EURONICS (esports)
2nd #51 Nico Müller (CH) NIANCO esports (professional)
third #98 Martin Štefanko (CZ) Williams Esports (esports)
4th #10 Risto Kappet (EST) R8G Esports (esports)
fifth #7 Lasse Sørensen (DK) TK9 E-SPEED (professional)
sixth #16 Bruno Senna (BR) Williams Esports (professional)
seventh #28 Thomas Schmid (CH) NIANCO esports (esports)
eighth #31 Fabrice Cornelis (B) Esports Group WRT (esports)
ninth #9 Lasse Bak (DK) TK9 E-SPEED (esports)
10th #32 Dries Vanthoor (B) Esports Group WRT (professional)
11th #89 Beitske Visser (NL) BS+COMPETITION (professional)
12th #20 Yifei Ye (CN) Absolute Racing (esports)
13th #33 Henry Drury (GB) Patrick Lengthy Esports (professional)
14th #69 Mike Rockenfeller (D) Wild Card (professional)
15th #27 Alen Terzic (SLO) BS+COMPETITION (esports)
16th #61 Emily Jones (AUS) Wild Card (esports)
17th #99 Michi Hoyer (D) Absolute Racing (esports)
18th #29 Liam de Waal (NL) Patrick Lengthy Esports (esports)
19th #71 Nicolas Hillebrand (D) Biela Racing Group EURONICS (professional)
20th #eight Gordon Mutch (GB) R8G Esports (professional)
Quickest Lap: Martin Štefanko (CZ) Williams Esports (esports) 1m 25.930s
World eX drivers’ championship after eight of 10 rounds:
1st #7 Lasse Sørensen (DK) TK9 E-SPEED (professional) three wins
2nd #98 Martin Štefanko (CZ) Williams Esports (esports) 1 win
third #10 Risto Kappet (EST) R8G Esports (esports) 1 win
4th #89 Philippe Denes (USA) BS+COMPETITION (professional) 1 win
fifth #11 Luca Kita (D) Biela Racing Group EURONICS (esports) 1 win
sixth #16 Bruno Senna (BR) Williams Esports (professional) 1 win
World eX groups’ championship after eight of 10 rounds:
1st TK9 E-SPEED three wins
2nd Williams Esports 2 wins
third R8G Esports 1 win
4th BS+COMPETITION 1 win
fifth Biela Racing Group EURONICS 1 win
sixth Esports Group WRT
Subsequent Race: October 26, 21:00 CEST