24 Hours Nurburgring – Race Report

The most challenging race of the year. 24 Hours, around a 25km circuit, with almost no margin for error.

The Rev It Up Racing eSports Team entered a single Porsche Cayman GT4 into the 2020 24 Hours Nurburgring. Piloted by Nurburgring regulars Jeremiah Morton, Jackson Freer, Thomas Pendergrass & Keegan Sutton-Baker, the team set out with the aim of a clean race.


Morton kicked the race off with a clean double stint, handing the car on to Sutton-Baker. Unfortunately, Keegan would find the wall, costing 4-5 minutes of repairs in the pits.

With Pendergrass taking over, the team pressed on. Around the 8 hour mark of the race, Freer took to the seat for his first stint, in the dark of night. On just his third lap, the real devastation came. Trying to leave a gap for a faster GT3 car, Freer dropped the car into the grass, spinning into the path of an oncoming car. The damage would cost almost 30 minutes before the car was back on track.


Down in 10th position, the team persevered, and kept plugging away, with a real focus on avoiding any more incidents. As the hours clicked down, the positions kept coming. Eventually, Keegan Sutton-Baker was handed the car for the final stints, moving into 5th position with about 1 Hour remaining. He would hold on, to claim a brilliant Top 5 result for the team!

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