Suzuka 24h Against Cancer

Last year the 24h of Spa Against Cancer was the kick-start of the SSRI community, merging Simsport-Racing and Simracing Hub International. The teams managed to donate € 12.642,00, this was used by to organize an amazing family holiday. Where the children and their families temporarily forget their race against cancer. It was amazing to see that we as a community managed to contribute to this trip.

After a brief discussion within the Admin Team we decided that this year the cause will again be the Against Cancer Charity. This because the close link to racing, and the fact that we have seen first hand how the donations are used to put a smile on the face of the children and families that are in their race against cancer. On their social media you can see some footage of this years trip:

鈴鹿国際レーシングコース, Suzuka Kokusai Rēsingu Kōsu, more famously known as the Suzuka Circuit, is a 5.807 km (3.608 mi) long motorsport race track located in Ino, Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture, Japan and operated by Mobilityland Corporation, a subsidiary of Honda Motor Co, Ltd. It has a capacity of 155.000 spectators. Soichiro Honda decided to develop a new permanent circuit in Mie prefecture in the late 1950s. Designed as a Honda test track in 1962 by Dutchman John “Hans” Hugenholtz, the most iconic feature of the track is its “figure eight” layout, with the 1.2 km (0.75 mi) long back straight passing over the front section by means of an overpass. In the above picture you can see a Track Map the late Ayrton Senna used during the ’93 race showing the gears for all corners.

Audi R8 LMS #25 (Audi Sport Team WRT), Kelvin van der Linde/Dries Vanthoor/Frédéric Vervisch

The endurance race at Suzuka Circuit was won by Kelvin van der Linde, Dries Vanthoor and Frédéric Vervisch, in 2019 they celebrated victory in the 10 Hours of Suzuka with the Audi R8. Now the SSRI drivers can step in their footsteps and try and win the 24h race for charity.

Race information:

Against Cancer
Class system:
Pro (more than 50% Pro Drivers) -> 2 Pro drivers qualify
Pro Am -> (At least 50% AM Drivers) 1 Pro driver and 1 AM driver qualify
AM -> (At least 75% are AM drivers) AM drivers qualify
* Current drivers are classed on known data (Pro/Semi Pro = Pro Sil/AM = AM)
* New driver share their average Suzuka pace on sign-up
Start time
10th of December 12:00 GMT -> 13:00 CET
Finish time
11th of December 12:00 GMT -> 13:00 CET
Qualifying format
10th of December 10:30 GMT (11:30 CET) 20 minutes session 2 servers running simultanious
Pro -> 2 drivers qualify
Pro Am -> 1 Pro driver and 1 AM driver qualify
AM -> 2 AM drivers qualify
* Current drivers are classed on known data (Pro/Semi Pro = Pro Sil/AM = AM)
* New driver share their average Suzuka pace on sign-up
Team size:
2-6 drivers per team
Live stewarding:
Every 2 hours, no stewarding between 00:00 -> 08:00, incidents will be handled in the morning session
Live broadcast by our partners at Simsport Solutions

Want to join the SSRI 24h of Suzuka Against Cancer? You can register now by clicking the below button. Part of the registration will be a € 24,00 donation to the Against Cancer Charity. This donation is done per team. Furthermore each team will get a “Donation page” on the Against Cancer website where friends, family, collegues and others can support their team of choice by making a donation.

Does your company want to support the SSRI 24h of Suzuka Against Cancer? The Against Cancer charity is an official registered cause, they can provide you with a receipt of your donation for tax purposes. Furthermore SSRI is open to welcome sponsors for the race. Get is touch with Bas van Melis for more information, we look forward to discussing the possibilities together!

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Bas van Melis

Bas van Melis

Admin at Simsport Racing International and passionate sim racer. I have been sim racing for over 10 years and have worked in sales and marketing roles in various branches including motorsports for over 15 years. SSRI's mission is to create a destination for competitive racing online. SSRI - The Place To Race








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