Lamborghini Esports Announces the Winners of Sim Racing Competition The Real Race 2021

The second annual Real Race competition concludes in an exciting final gathering: 3150 sim driver took part in the competition 

Sant’Agata Bolognese, 29th November 2021 – Lamborghini Esports today announced the winners of The Real Race competition following a final which took place on the legendary track of Misano Adriatico. The Real Race series took place from June to November, gathering 3,150 sim drivers from around the world for racing action in sim racing game Assetto Corsa Competizione

Events took place across three regional championships. 750 sim drivers took part in the Asia Pacific competition, 800 participated in North America and Latin America, and 1,600 drivers registered for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Over ten races they competed for a chance to visit the home of Lamborghini at Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy, and the opportunity to become Lamborghini’s first official sim driver. The Real Race saw the participation of 160 American drivers, 129 drivers from Great Britain, 156 French, 141 German, 169 Italians, 22 Austrians, 16 Swiss, 31 Japanese, 28 Russians, 13 Chinese, 95 Australians and 91 participants from Brazil. 64 sim drivers took part in the competition from Africa and 19 from the Middle East. 

Once again Lamborghini saw huge interest in The Real Race, positioning it as a highlight of the Esports racing calendar. Sim drivers from around the world were able to compete at the virtual wheel of the Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO – the car that has won the Daytona 24 Hours three times. Lamborghini’s iconic Huracán appeared in-game with an exclusive paint job for the competition highlighting the event’s partners, Kaspersky, Secretlab and Assetto Corsa Competizione, and was customizable in 12 different configurations by competitors. 

Following a hard fight in all of the three final races, the following drivers have been crowned champions: Jordan Sherratt (South Africa) for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Fidel Moreira (Brazil) for North and South America, Andrew O’Hara for Asia Pacific. Sherratt, third in the overall standing in 2020 championship, stated: “The season was intensely packed of competition right from the start, and to come out on top with 3 rounds to go for me was a huge achievement! This competition definitely elevated me to a new level in terms of consistency and bringing my 110% to every round of the competition, so I’m very happy with my performance. Lastly, I’d like to say thanks to Lamborghini, the organizers and all the sponsors for making this prestigious competition possible”. 

The three champions will take part in a shootout at the Lamborghini headquarter, including a R&D sim session and a test at the wheel of a real Lamborghini racecar on an Italian circuit. The best of them will be chosen as the Lambo official sim driver 2022. 

Find below the top rankings of each regional championship:


North and


Europe, Middle East
and Africa


Asia Pacific