Pfaff Forza Motorsport 7 WorldGaming Canadian Challenge, Driven by Castrol, is now open for registration. Join today to compete for $20,000 in cash, and a chance to test a Pfaff race car!

Players will have two ways to compete, either online at WorldGaming.com or live at the Canadian International AutoShow! The top finalists will compete live at the AutoShow on February 24, 2019!

How to join

To compete in the Open Online Qualifiers:

Open Qualifier Date/Time URL
Qualifier 1:
Virginia International Raceway; BMW M4 GTS
January 9 – 15, 2019 Join Now
Qualifier 2:
Laguna Seca; McLaren 570S
January 16 – 22, 2019 Join Now

PLAYERS MUST REGISTER FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL ONLINE QUALIFYING PERIOD. LAP TIMES MAY NOT BE SUBMITTED AFTER 11:59 PM PT ON THE LAST DAY OF EACH QUALIFYING PERIOD.

Pre-tournament play will be available within Forza Motorsport 7 from December 18, 2018 through to January 8, 2019 in the Rivals section.

To compete in the Open Live Qualifiers, eligible Players must visit the Forza Motorsport 7 Canadian Challenge booth at the Canadian International AutoShow, during show hours between February 15th and 22nd, and complete hot laps on the provided equipment. Each day the Player with the fastest time will qualify for the Grand Finals.

Prizing

1st Place: $7,500 + A chance to participate in a one-day Pfaff Motorsports driver shootout event at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park!

2nd Place: $4,000

3rd & 4th Place: $2,000

5th & 6th Place: $1,000

7th & 8th Place: $500

9th - 12th Place: $250

13th - 16th Place: $125

Schedule

  • Registration Opens

    November 21, 2018

  • Open Online Qualifiers

    January 9 – 22, 2019

  • Closed Online Qualifier

    February 3, 2019

  • Open Live Qualifiers

    February 15 – 22, 2019

  • Grand Finals

    February 24, 2019

Format

Stage One: Open Online Qualifiers

  • Qualification is spread across two Qualifying Periods, each featuring a different track/car combination. Players can submit their lap times in-game through the Forza Motorsport 7 Rivals series menu.
  • The top ten competitors with the fastest lap times during each Qualifying Period will move on to the Closed Online Qualifier (20 in total).

Stage Two: Closed Online Qualifier

  • Online races for the top 20 competitors will determine the eight that will qualify for the Grand Finals. Players will be assigned to one of two heats, based on their results during the Open Online Qualifiers.
  • Each heat will race on two pre-selected tracks, with points assigned to competitors based on the final results of each individual race. The four competitors with the most points from each heat will qualify for the Grand Finals (eight in total).

Stage Three: Open Live Qualifiers

  • Qualification is open exclusively to Canadian International AutoShow ticket holders and is spread across eight single-day Qualifying Periods, each featuring a different track/car combination. Players can submit their lap times by visiting the Forza Motorsport 7 Canadian Challenge booth. The competitor with the fastest lap time from each Qualifying Period will move on to the Grand Finals (eight in total).

Stage Four: Grand Finals

  • A Canadian International AutoShow event featuring the 16 Finalists (eight from the Closed Online Qualifier and eight from the Open Live Qualifiers) will determine the final results of the Pfaff Forza Motorsport 7 Canadian Challenge tournament.
  • Players will be assigned to one of two Semifinal heats, based on their qualifying results. Each heat will race on several pre-selected tracks, with points assigned to competitors based on the final results of each individual race. The four competitors with the most points from each Semifinal heat (eight in total) will qualify for the Championship race, which will follow the same race/points structure as the Semifinal heats.

Tickets

Admission to attend the Canadian International AutoShow can be obtained directly through the CIAS website.