The top 20 was determined in a online tournament and under the TOP20 are 3 SK Gaming racers. Patrick 'Patohm' Weking finished his round in 2:17.181. Only 0.006 seconds behind him on #12 is Stefan 'Kenny' Jahr and Tobias 'boMbaY' Hoffmann assured his 14. place with a lap time of 2:17,209.
From the 6th May on, the regional final will be held at a very exciting place:
The Red Bull Hangar 7 at Salzburg, Austria
The twenty eligible entrants who hold the fastest online lap times from each European territory group will qualify for their Territory Final event. After that, twelve finalists, two chosen from each of the Territory Finals events, will head to the world famous Silverstone circuit for the GT Academy Race Camp. The would pass a six-day comprehensive race driver training school, where they would judged on fitness and mental attitude, but also at driving skills in an array of Nissan cars.
The overall 2011 winner would drive at the United Kingdom, where he would pass an intensive driving and racing program over 7 months, to qualify for an international racing license. The winner may be able to race in the prestigious Dubai 24 Hour International race in a fully-supported Nissan 370Z GT4 car.
22.04.11 - 24.48.11 - ECL Blackpool, Blackpool
01.10.10 - 01.10.10 - IntelFridayNightGame #17, Munich
28.05.10 - 29.05.10 - IntelFridayNightGame #16, Munich
29.07.10 - 02.08.10 - EuropeanConsoleLeague, Liverpool
09.04.10 - 12.04.10 - DutchGameCon, Amsterdam
26.02.10 - 28.02.10 - DutchGamingLAN, Utrecht
07.01.10 - 11.01.10 - MLG Orlando, Orlando
16.10.09 - 19.10.09 - EGL-LAN, Manchester
14.08.09 - 16.08.09 - MeegaaLAN, Essen
11.07.09 - 12.07.09 - MilkLAN #2, Paris
25.04.09 - 26.04.09 - ARGaming LAN, Eindhoven
Console Racing parts ways with SK Gaming
GT Academy: SK Players back from Salzburg
Two SK Racers reached 2nd round at the GT Academy Finals
Johnson: "It was a 4000$ mistake"
Johnson takes silver, Daveyskills wins
THE NEW JERSEY