Welshman James Morgan has gained the British Rally Championship’s eSports Invitational series.
He done a clean up sweep in the 4 phase function with victory in the final spherical established in Scotland.
The 29-calendar year-outdated only wanted a handful of points from the championship finale to seal the title, and came out on leading right after a near tussle with England’s Matt Edwards.
Morgan had currently gained the rounds centered on Wales, Spain and Germany.
“I am around the moon with that result, 4 from 4 – completely delighted,” stated the Aberdare-centered driver who typically sits alongside British Rally Championship and Environment Rally Championship driver Rhys Yates.
“I only had to decide on up a handful of points to get the championship, so the strain was off a very little which meant I could chill out and enjoy these phases.
“Scotland on Filth Rally 2. is so demanding and warrants a excellent offer of regard, but when you get the levels ideal they are amazing.
“I would like to thank the BRC for putting it all on, it was a terrific way to pass the time in lockdown and hopefully we will see a lot more BRC Esports competitions in the upcoming.”
The BRC Invitational supplied a digital championship title and authorized 21 drivers and co-drivers to struggle it out on the virtual stages in Dust Rally 2..
Northern Ireland’s Josh McErlean finished second in general, with Edwards 3rd.