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Last night, the winners of the Supercars Eseries were crowned. As predicted, Brodie Kostecki took home the All Stars title, and Dayne Warren became the Pro Champion.

All Stars Eseries

In the All Stars Eseries, professional real world drivers tested their skills in the digital world. Raced on the popular iRacing platform, the All Stars battled it out each week, claiming points towards the championship. The first two rounds saw Richie Stanaway claim back-to-back victories. However, Stanaway experienced internet connectivity troubles in round three of the season, resulting in a DNF. Even after claiming no points in that round, he still sat in second place overall, on 678 points.

Kostecki really came into his own during round three. He came in initially as one of the favorites, and stepped up in the last few rounds of the season. He claimed victory in rounds three and four. Last night, during the final round, he came home in third, behind Anton De Pasquale and Matthew Payne.

Kostecki’s third place finish gave him enough points to claim the season championship, on 807. That’s a 129 point lead over second place. De Pasquale finished in seventh overall, and Matthew Payne finished the season in sixth. Cam Waters, who proved himself in the 2020 Eseries, finished in fourth place, with James Golding taking third on the podium.

Brodie Kostecki wins the All Star Eseries (Image: Supplied)

Final standings

Here’s how the season finished on the All Stars side:

Position  Racing Team Driver(s) Points
1 Erebus Boost Mobile Racing Brodie Kostecki 807
2 Team Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland Richie Stanaway 678
3 Pioneer DJ Racing James Golding 618
4 Monster Energy Racing Cam Waters 612
5 Cash Converters Racing Justin Ruggier 600
6 CoolDrive Racing Matthew Payne 585
7 Shell V-Power Racing Team Anton DePasquale / Will Davison 513
8 Dunlop Super Dealer Racing Todd Hazelwood 468
9 YellowCover/UNIT Racing Jake Kostecki / Zane Goddard 462
10 Mobil 1 Appliances Online Racing Chaz Mostert 456
11 BP Ultimate Racing Thomas Randle 426
12 Truck Assist Racing Jack Le Brocq 423
13 Swyftx Racing Jayden Ojeda 393
14 PremiAir Hire Dylan O’Keeffe / Garry Jacobson 378
15 Shannons Racing Chahda / Everingham / Best 345
16 Shure Racing Matt McLean 339
17 DEWALT Racing Scott Pye 324
18 NED Whisky Racing Andre Heimgartner 324
19 Logitech G Racing Team Tony Dalberto 324
20 Repco Racing Sam Brabham 318
21 R&J Batteries Nick Percat 294
22 Coca-Cola Racing Macauley Jones 270
23 BP Ultimate Racing Oscar Piastri 120
24 Nurtec ODT Garrett Smithley 72
25 Rick Ware Racing James Davison 66

Now the Eseries is over, these drivers will be shifting their focus back to real world racing. The Supercars will recommence in Sydney Australia at Motorsport Park on Oct. 29-31. We’re sure plenty of these drivers have some scores to settle in the physical world.

Pro Eseries

The Pro Eseries has been almost set from the very beginning. Dayne Warren finished the season almost undefeated. The only race he lost was last week’s round four endurance race. This round sees two drivers competing in the same car, taking turns at the wheel. His partner Chaz Mostert has plenty of experience in the sim, and the duo finished less than a second behind the Kostecki and Jarrad Filsell pairing. Nevertheless, Warren has always been in a comfortable position to take the crown.

His wins have not been easy, however. In almost every round, he was mere hundredths of a second in front of second place. In the final round, as long as Warren didn’t crash out, he was set to take the overall victory. He took pole position, running another pole to victory race. Warren ended the season on 846 points, with a comfortable 99 point lead over Jake Burton. Warren takes home $10,000 AUD in cash, the majority of the $26,500 AUD prize pool. He is now the back-to-back Supercars Eseries Champion, so let’s see if someone can challenge his winners medal next year.

Final standings

Here’s how the season ended for the pros:

Position Racing Team Driver Points
1 Mobil 1 Middy’s Racing Dayne Warren 846
2 Dunlop Racing Jake Burton 747
3 R&J Batteries Jackson Souslin-Harlow 672
4 Erebus Boost Mobile Racing Jarrad Filsell 651
5 RYCO 24•7 Racing Madison Down 588
6 Tickford Racing Ethan Warren 573
7 YellowCover/UNIT Racing Andrew Gilliam 567
8 Team Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland Fawzan El-Nabi 462
9 BP Ultimate Racing James Scott 444
10 Repco Racing Jordan Caruso 441
11 IRWIN Racing Cooper Webster 438
12 Shell V-Power Racing Team Brady Meyers 432
13 Boost Mobile Racing Richard Hamstead 396
14 CoolDrive Racing Josh Anderson 384
15 Pioneer DJ Racing Corey Shepherd 378
16 Logitech G Racing Team Ethan Grigg-Gault 372
17 Local Legends Ryan Wood – NZ 369
18 Shannons Racing Blake Purdie 351
19 Shure Racing Simon Feigl 345
20 Erebus Motorsport Jobe Stewart 342
21 Penrite Racing Wayne Bourke 342
22 Cash Converters Racing Emily Jones 315
23 Swyftx Racing Sam Blacklock 225

Now that the Supercars Eseries winners are crowned, many of these pros will return to regular competition on the iRacing platform and in other sim racing tournaments. Here’s an overall look at the final round of the Supercars Eseries:

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