Q&A: James Baldwin on British GT

Catching up with World’s Fastest Gamer winner James Baldwin as he readies for his 2020 British GT season with Jenson Team Rocket RJN.

Upgraded GT race schedule for World’s Fastest Gamer winner James Baldwin in 2020

World’s Fastest Gamer winner James Baldwin will now enjoy an expanded race program in 2020 with the British racer scheduled to compete in six major GT events this year.

Video: World’s Fastest Gamer winner ready for GT race debut

World’s Fastest Gamer Series 2 winner James Baldwin is set to make his race debut in August in the British GT Championship – kicking off an expanded race program for 2020.

Q&A: James Baldwin on British GT

Catching up with World’s Fastest Gamer winner James Baldwin as he readies for his 2020 British GT season with Jenson Team Rocket RJN.

Upgraded GT race schedule for World’s Fastest Gamer winner James Baldwin in 2020

World’s Fastest Gamer winner James Baldwin will now enjoy an expanded race program in 2020 with the British racer scheduled to compete in six major GT events this year.

Video: World’s Fastest Gamer winner ready for GT race debut

World’s Fastest Gamer Series 2 winner James Baldwin is set to make his race debut in August in the British GT Championship – kicking off an expanded race program for 2020.

World’s Fastest Gamer is the bridge between the virtual and real worlds for gamers, drivers and fans.

World’s Fastest Gamer is the bridge between the virtual and real worlds for gamers, drivers and fans.

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James Baldwin named World’s Fastest Gamer – earns real-world US$1 million race drive

  • British gamer dominates finale in Las Vegas to earn the crown
  • Formula 1 legends Juan Pablo Montoya and Rubens Barrichello on site as judges and coaches
  • Baldwin set to begin intensive driver development program.

After a dominating performance in the final race in Las Vegas today, British racer James Baldwin has been crowned as World’s Fastest Gamer.

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World’s Fastest Gamer season two launches biggest ever prize in esports racing

  • Winner to race for real at the most iconic circuits in the world
  • F1 and Indy 500 winner Juan-Pablo Montoya to lead judging panel
  • WFG season one TV show reached 400 Million households

World’s Fastest Gamer season two brings together ten of the fastest esports racers on the planet to battle it out to win a year racing for real at some of the world’s most iconic circuits aboard Aston Martins.

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James Baldwin – World’s Fastest Gamer 2 winner

James Baldwin – World’s Fastest Gamer 2 winner

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Video: Montoya Master Class

Video: Montoya Master Class

Time for the Juan Pablo Montoya masterclass!
The World’s Fastest Gamers got lessons from the legend who has won the Monaco Grand Prix, 2 x Indy 500s, 3 x Rolex 24 at Daytona!
Amazing opportunity for these 10 #GamerToRacer’s today on the #CaliforniaDreamin tour.

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The coaches

JUAN PABLO MONTOYA

Few drivers in motorsport history can match the credentials of 38-year-old Montoya. He is the only driver to win a CART Series title, the Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Daytona, all in his first attempt. He is also a former winner of one of the most prestigious races in the world: the Monaco Grand Prix. During his F1 career, Montoya has amassed seven victories and 30 podium finishes in 94 starts, and remains the only foreign-born driver to win multiple races in NASCAR’s premiere series.

RUDY VAN BUREN

Rudy van Buren, a 26-year-old sales manager from the Netherlands, beat more than 30,000 contestants to be crowned the World’s Fastest Gamer in Season 1, becoming one of the McLaren F1 team’s official simulator drivers for the 2018 season. Van Buren began racing karts aged eight, ultimately winning the Dutch Karting Championship in 2003 only to quit at the age of 16 due to a lack of financial backing. Van Buren is now considered one of the greatest simulator racers of his generation.

 

JANN MARDENBOROUGH

Jann Mardenborough is one of the most successful gamer-to-racer’s of all time after winning GT Academy in 2011. Mardenborough was so fast in British GT in his debut season that GT Academy graduates were barred as competing as amateur-rated drivers. He went on to successful compete in LMP2 sports cars (where he showed massive speed at Le Mans), F3 and GP3 where he won at Hockenheim.
He began racing in Japan for Nissan in 2016 in GT300 and graduated to the GT500 class in 2017.

 

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