The new season of V10 R-League is finally upon us.
All the action kicks off on 12 April as 10 teams battle it out for a £120,000 prize pot.
Team Redline will seek to retain their title, but the expanded field now includes McLaren Shadow and R8G Esports, a team founded by former F1 driver Romain Grosjean.
How can you see all the action?
UK & Ireland
Fans in the UK & Ireland can tune into BT Sport 2 at 8pm BST every Monday to see the matchup of the week.
On 12 April it will be Aston Martin Cognizant Esports Team facing off against V10 R-League new-comers R8G Esports in a titanic Group A battle.
The remaining three matches from the first round will be shown throughout the week via BTSport.com, with one match per day going out at 3pm BST.
If you miss any of the action then don’t worry as a weekly highlights show will be going out on BT Sport on Friday.
Those in America will be able to catch the action Monday-Thursday at 6pm EST on ESPN3.
This will start with the Aston Martin-R8G match on Monday 12 April, with the schedule following that of BT Sport.
Fans in Canada, the Netherlands, the Caribbean, Latin America, and Oceania will be able to watch the following day thanks to ESPN’s expanded coverage of the V10 R-League for Season 2.
Middle East & North Africa
Those following the V10 R-League in the Middle East & North Africa will be able to watch Season 2 of the V10 R-League on StarzPlay Arabia.
Week 1 schedule
Monday 12 April: Aston Martin Cognizant Esports Team vs R8G Esports (Group A)
Tuesday 13 April: Williams Esports vs JAESA Team Suzuki (Group B)
Wednesday 14 April: Team Redline vs YAS HEAT (Group A)
Thursday 15 April: Team Fordzilla vs BMW SIM Racing Team (Group B)